New state law mandates updates in alcohol ordinances. It's a perfect time for a change in status, too.
Wednesday, December 4, 2013 at 4:00 am (Updated: December 4, 4:01 am)
Shelby County and Shelbyville are in the process of addressing state-mandated changes in their liquor sales ordinances. The Shelbyville City Council had a special called meeting on Tuesday afternoon to have a first reading on its changes, and in August Shelby County Fiscal Court hired an outside firm to help wade through what Judge-Executive Rob Rothenburger termed as “substantial study and consideration.”
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