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Wed September 9, 2009
Keep It Local Gains More Signatures
By Caleb Campbell
Murray, KY – Murray's Keep It Local campaign is still searching for signatures. Last night volunteers canvassed parts of the town and garnered about 150 new signatures. Campaign leader Boone Chambers says the petition needs around 300 more signatures to bring the issue to a city-wide vote. Keep it Local's goal is to allow package liquor sales within Murray.