Palmer said council did not compromise enough for those harmed by alcohol
By Marty Finley
Wednesday, November 30, 2011 at 3:46 am (Updated: November 30, 4:19 am)
After a meeting Monday full of debates and discussion surrounding alcohol, the majority of Radcliff City Council was silent Tuesday afternoon as it repealed the city’s old alcohol ordinance and placed a new set of regulations in place.
The council authorized the new ordinance, 5-1, as the city’s Alcoholic Beverage Control Administrator Ashley Russo now turns her attention to reviewing license applications filing in before they move on to the state.
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