County to adjust alcohol regulations after state makes changes
by Franklin Clark, Reporter --
Sep 11, 2013 | 116 116 recommendations | email to a friend | print
Trigg County Judge Executive Hollis Alexander said changes in Kentucky’s alcohol regulations will mean Trigg County officials will have to work to amend the county ordinance before Dec. 11.

At last Tuesday’s meeting of the Trigg County Fiscal Court, Alexander noted some of the changes, which will affect Election Day sales and some housekeeping measures for businesses. The changes in the state’s alcohol laws took effect on June 25.

“Some things about our alcohol ordinance will have to be updated,” said Alexander. “The license renewal dates have to be updated to match or mirror the state’s. They’ve changed the laws. Election Day sales, we have to look at that now, because they’ve changed that state law. And also the schedule of licenses has been redone.”

At the same meeting, magistrates approved several items as surplus for an auction that was held at the Trigg County Road Department on Friday.

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