Liquor rules approved

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Ordinance establishes rules

  • Dublin City Manager Bobby Mendez reported around five current and potential business owners have expressed interest in registering to sell liquor under the newly-adopted city ordinance. Among those is Mark Ellis, whose purchase of the former EMS Building on Patrick Street was approved in the Jan. 11 City council meeting. Paul Gaudette | Citizen staff photo
    Dublin City Manager Bobby Mendez reported around five current and potential business owners have expressed interest in registering to sell liquor under the newly-adopted city ordinance. Among those is Mark Ellis, whose purchase of the former EMS Building on Patrick Street was approved in the Jan. 11 City council meeting. Paul Gaudette | Citizen staff photo
Dublin businesses can now legally sell liquor following the approval of an ordinance by Dublin City Council in its regular meeting on Jan. 11. The new ordinance ensures several guidelines that have to be followed by any business selling alcohol. The sale of liquor within the city limits was approved by Dublin voters in a special election held alongside the Nov. 2020 general election, but an…

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