There's still debate on whether alcohol should be sold on Sundays in Dothan but now a decision appears to have been made on the issue.
Dothan Mayor Chester Sowell says talk of a referendum on Sunday liquor sales is dead, but a discussion on draft beer is still on the table.
During Tuesday’s city commission meeting, a controversy once again brewed over a possible referendum on Sunday sales and draft beer.
A majority of commissioners expressed support for a public vote on the issue saying it was not up to them to legislate morality.
But "any" vote on a referendum ended yesterday afternoon when one commissioner called the mayor stating he had changed his mind; therefore, reversing a 4-to-3 vote supporting further action on Sunday sales.
As far as the draft beer issue, Sowell says the city will discuss the matter in the next two weeks.
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