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West Point is gearing up for a vote that will determine whether restaurants in the northern Hardin County city can serve alcohol with food.
If the measure passes Tuesday, restaurants that offer alcohol must generate at least 70 percent of sales from food to maintain a liquor license and alcohol only could be sold with food rather than at a separate bar.
Opinions in West Point differ regarding whether the measure should pass.
City Councilman Dwayne Culver said he’s not in favor of allowing West Point to go moist, but he’s not opposed either.
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