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Council to vote on alcohol code, discuss new attorney
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In its only scheduled meeting in December, Statesboro City Council could adopt amendments to the city’s alcohol code that will allow for Sunday alcohol sales to begin this week. City representatives will decide today whether to approve a second and final reading of changes to Chapter 6 of Statesboro’s Code of Ordinances, regarding alcoholic beverages, at a 9 a.m. meeting in the second floor chambers of City Hall. The reworked alcohol laws would permit Sunday sales of alcoholic beverages throughout the city between the hours of noon and 11 p.m. According to City Manager Frank Parker, the changes would be effective immediately upon approval, allowing local establishments to sell their first Sunday drinks Dec. 11.
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