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Wed March 3, 2010
Fiscal Court Discusses Beer at Golf Course
By Angela Hatton
Cadiz, KY – The Trigg County Fiscal Court continues to discuss the possibility of allowing alcohol sales at a local golf course. Arrowhead Golf Course manager Jeremy Ross again testified on the issue at this week's meeting. Magistrates told Ross he likely would not be able to offer liquor or wine because Arrowhead does not sell food. However, state regulations would allow the course to sell beer. Magistrates expressed some hesitation in granting Ross's request, saying it could lead to more exceptions to current ordinance regulations. Judge Executive Stan Humphries says those regulations are in place to insure a family-friendly atmosphere in the county. Humphries plans to discuss the issue with the Alcoholic Beverage Control board before the next fiscal court meeting.