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City Considers New Liquor License Ordinance

December 11, 2013

A new liquor license ordinance proposed by Valley City will affect bars along Main Street as well as other establishments within the city that serve alcohol.

Valley City is in the process of updating its liquor license ordinance and has asked for input from local liquor establishment owners to make the process go smoothly. On Tuesday, city leaders held an informal meeting with liquor license holders to discuss what could – or should not – be included in the updated ordinance.
Currently, the city's liquor license ordinance is decades old, and some establishments are not in compliance with state statutes, according to Russell Myhre, Valley City City Attorney.
Read more in Wednesday's Times-Record.

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