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Published: August 23, 2019


AN AMENDMENT REGARDING THE DISTANCE RESTRICTION IN THE PULASKI 'S BEER ORDINANCE WAS TAKEN OFF THE AGENDA FOR THE NEXT MEETING OF THE PULASKI BOARD OF MAYOR AND ALDERMAN DUE TO NOT ENOUGH CONSENSUS ON THE BOARD TO PASS IT.  THE PROPOSED AMENDMENT WOULD ELIMINATE THE CURRENT 200-FOOT RESTRICTION FROM PUBLIC PLAYGROUNDS OR ANY BUILDING CONTAINING A CHURCH OR SCHOOL FOR AN OFF-PREMISES BEER CONSUMPTION PERMIT. DURING A RECENT WORK SESSION, CITY ADMINISTRATOR TERRY HARRISON ADVISED THE BOARD THAT HE DOESN'T BELIEVE THERE ARE ENOUGH VOTES RIGHT NOW TO PASS THE AMENDMENT, IF THIS CHANGES THE BOARD CAN BRING IT BACK TO ANOTHER WORK SESSION.  THE BOARD CHOSE NOT TO TAKE THE AGENDA ITEM TO THE BOARD MEETING AFTER SEVERAL REMARKS HAVE BEEN MADE FROM CONCERNED CITIZENS.