DOUGLASVILLE, Ga. (AP) -- Douglasville residents will get the chance to vote on Sunday alcohol sales.
The Atlanta Journal-Constitution reports that Douglasville's city council voted Monday night to schedule a vote for November.
Mayor Harvey Persons had vetoed a referendum on Sunday sales, but the city council voted 7-0 to overturn that veto and let voters decide.
More than 100 Georgia communities voted on Sunday alcohol sales last year, after state lawmakers and the governor agreed to let local jurisdictions decide the issue.
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