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City adopts ‘underage permit’ for certain bars
Amendment adds new categories, but not in effect yet
Statesboro city officials are trying to develop a new range of fees for alcoholic beverage licenses based on the costs of policing different kinds of establishments: bars versus restaurants, for example.
After discussing a variety of proposals since January, Statesboro City Council adopted an Alcoholic Beverages Ordinance amendment Tuesday that creates an “underage permit” for “bars with kitchens” to admit patrons under age 21 for live music and art performances.
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