Hartselle to ban nightclubs, bars:

Oct 13, 2010 Full story: Decatur Daily

Contrary to rumors, a unanimous Hartselle City Council said its proposed ordinance will ban nightclubs and bars if citizens legalize alcohol sales.

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ThomasA

Sterrett, AL

#1 Oct 13, 2010
But they can't touch the fraternal and veterans clubs. These places have been oasisses in dry counties for years. The members of the council must get free memberships or at least they should for protecting the business. In their rules a alcohol establishment cannot open near a church but does the same apply to a church not opening near a licenced establishment such as these storefront churches that spring up in shopping centers. The rule should work both ways.

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