Measure to access liquor drink licenses falls short
By Marty Finley
Tuesday, January 8, 2013 at 7:54 pm (Updated: January 9, 8:32 am)
Alcohol sales have reached a ceiling in Elizabethtown, and opponents of expansion gave credit to a renewed effort of motivating voters as the reason for Tuesday’s success.
A second referendum in Elizabethtown to allow access to distilled spirits and wine by the drink for consumption on the premises failed, 1,529 to 1,244 in a vote that saw a historically low voter turnout.
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