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Mon December 7, 2009
Alcohol Ordinance Has Second Reading
By Angela Hatton
Cadiz, KY – The Trigg County alcohol ordinance has its second reading tonight. County Judge-Executive Stan Humphries expects a crowd at tonight's fiscal court meeting. He doesn't expect any more changes to the document. The fiscal court previously revised the ordinance to allow smoking in public places that sell liquor by the drink. Humphries plans to ask the magistrates to approve the measure. It would go into effect after January 1. Humphries doesn't know if any establishments have submitted alcohol license applications yet.