Berea Alcohol Vote Results

27 NEWSFIRST has learned that the city of Richmond has put Sunday restaurant alcohol sales on its agenda for the August 14th meeting.

If commissioners approve that second reading, Richmond restaurants could serve alcohol on Sundays between one and nine p.m.

Yesterday voters in the North Richmond-Arlington precinct unanimously approved package stores in the area near I-75.

At the same time, voters in Berea said no to restaurant only alcohol sales. The no's won by about 400 votes.

It's the second time in recent years that limited alcohol sales have been voted down in Berea.

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  • by BF Location: Richmond on Sep 11, 2007 at 05:39 AM
    I guess you have the right to vote on whatever you want but You are putting your head in the sand if you think it controls drinking. I don't understand the logic of asking someone to travel 15 miles instead of 1 or 2 miles. Bad things will follow that kind of thinking.
  • by AC Location: Richmond on Aug 1, 2007 at 03:36 PM
    I finally figured it out.Smoking is bad for you and secondhand smoke is bad for non-smokers.Alcohol fines are higher than smoking fines.You get stopped for DUI,but not for smoking.So its all about money.Sundays is the LORDs day,its also the only day some children get to spend a day with parents not drinking.I hope SUNDAY ALCOHOL SALES DOSE NOT PASS.
  • by Just Me Location: Madison Co. on Aug 1, 2007 at 03:25 PM
    I'm glad that Bereans won the vote when we said no to alcohol sales. Any way you want to phrase it, if alcohol becomes legal in restaurant sales only in Berea, it's only a matter of time before liquor stores move into the area as well.
  • by pb Location: richmond on Aug 1, 2007 at 01:20 PM
    you put alcohol in restaurants and take smokeing out why? thay both kill! why not take it all! out


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