City backs down from 'bar card' proposal

City backs down from 'bar card' proposal

The permitting would have been part of a larger overhaul of the city's alcohol ordinance that was on the commission's agenda for consideration, but the ordinance was again unanimously deferred until the commission's next meeting Oct. 17. Mayor Cornell Harvey said he wanted the change to be advertised further to give people more time to comment before consideration later this month. Brian Corry, city attorney, told commissioners backlash on social media about the proposed permits - also called "bar cards" - "ranged from extremely negative to slightly negative."

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