City, county res­i­dents will vote on ‘brunch bill’

The Atlanta Journal-Constitution - - COUNTY BY COUNTY -

Of­fi­cials from cities and coun­ties across Ge­or­gia have cleared the way to let res­i­dents de­cide whether they want to have a bloody mary with their Sun­day morn­ing brunch.

Ge­or­gians in coun­ties such as DeKalb and Chatham and cities rang­ing from At­lanta to Flow­ery Branch will vote in Novem­ber whether to al­low al­co­hol sales at res­tau­rants be­gin­ning at 11 a.m. Sun­days in­stead of 12:30 p.m.

Lo­cal gov­ern­ments had un­til Wed­nes­day to place the ques­tion on the bal­lot in time for Novem­ber’s elec­tion, state elec­tions of­fi­cials said. Nearly 50 cities and coun­ties have ap­proved or­di­nances putting the ques­tion be­fore vot­ers, ac­cord­ing to the Ge­or­gia Restau­rant As­so­ci­a­tion.

Newspapers in English

Newspapers from USA

© PressReader. All rights reserved.