ENTERPRISE, Ala. (WTVY) - Businesses in Enterprise can start selling alcohol on Sundays starting as early as this weekend.
The city council voted to authorize the ordinance at a meeting Tuesday night.
According to the City Council President Perry Vickers, it's an idea that's been kicked around for a while.
Last month, just over 80% of Enterprise voters decided to make that idea a reality.
The city council merely had to accept the decision and decide the times and effective date for the ordinance.
They decided alcohol can be sold from 10 a.m. on Sundays through 2 a.m. on Mondays.
The council also voted to accept the ordinance unanimously.
"The council decided that it was time to give the citizens of Enterprise the opportunity to vote it up or vote it down,” said Enterprise City Council President Perry Vickers. “They overwhelmingly decided to have Sunday alcohol sales. The issue has been put out and the people have spoken."
Assuming the council's decision is posted in the local paper by Friday, businesses can start selling alcohol this Sunday.