Monday, June 2, 2008
Murphy to consider alcohol sales at city celebration
The city council will consider selling alcohol at their upcoming 50th Anniversary Celebration at tonight's meeting.
Although Murphy already allows beer and wine sales for approved vendors, the city council will deliberate tonight on whether to allow alcohol sales at the city’s upcoming 50th Anniversary Celebration, to be held at the Murphy municipal complex. According to City Secretary Aimee Nemer, both a beer manufacturer and a local restaurant have expressed interest in selling alcohol at the event. The restaurant already has a permit to sell alcohol at its location, which it could transfer over to the event, while the beer manufacturer would need a special permit to do so.
I say let the alcohol flow – God knows we have enough restrictions on alcohol sales in North Texas already.
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