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Ashland, KY

#2 Jan 14, 2013
Jarfly74 wrote:
Please vote yes on the 22nd for a wet Greenup Co
Jan 22 I will be voting NO!!!
Serious

Springfield, NJ

#3 Jan 14, 2013
Jan. 22 I will be voting NO!!!
Yes

Ashland, KY

#4 Jan 14, 2013
I'll be voting YES!
Havenot made the mind up

Medina, OH

#5 Jan 14, 2013
To the YES supporters: Post your reason (s) in favor of this measure here.
To the NO supporters: Start your own thread and post your reason to be against this measure.
Do not violate the rules. Yes supporters can not comment in the NO thread and NO supporters can not comment in the YES thread.
Be fair and please be human about this and above all, follow the rules.
Jdb

Chesapeake, OH

#6 Jan 14, 2013
I will vote yes because I would like for GREENUP to start down the road to prosperity. This will not turn GREENUP into an industrial giant, but without this first key step we will never have more than we have right now. Stats show almost 100% of the time a decrease in alcohol related accidents and DUI's. studies show a decrease in alcohol consumption for minors for the fact bootleggers go out of business and law abiding establishments don't sell to minors. As far as turning this town into a slum, Danville(being #1)and Paducah are in the top 5 of the USA today's prettiest small towns in America, and guess what, they are both wet. The last few places in Kentucky that have gone wet, trigg county, Elizabeth town, and Danville have all seen yearly tax revenue of $500,000 on alcohol sales. The opposition says, there will be bars everywhere which is a LIE, there will be 15 licenses for the entire county and the 6 bars that are already here will be made legal and the rest will go to resturants. The facts are the facts and the numbers are there to find for yourself, this is a no brainer. Wake up GC vote YES jan 22nd.
realist

Chesapeake, OH

#8 Jan 15, 2013
I vote yes
me

Chesapeake, OH

#9 Jan 15, 2013
Absolutely yes
moseby

Zanesville, OH

#10 Jan 15, 2013
Jdb wrote:
I will vote yes because I would like for GREENUP to start down the road to prosperity. This will not turn GREENUP into an industrial giant, but without this first key step we will never have more than we have right now. Stats show almost 100% of the time a decrease in alcohol related accidents and DUI's. studies show a decrease in alcohol consumption for minors for the fact bootleggers go out of business and law abiding establishments don't sell to minors. As far as turning this town into a slum, Danville(being #1)and Paducah are in the top 5 of the USA today's prettiest small towns in America, and guess what, they are both wet. The last few places in Kentucky that have gone wet, trigg county, Elizabeth town, and Danville have all seen yearly tax revenue of $500,000 on alcohol sales. The opposition says, there will be bars everywhere which is a LIE, there will be 15 licenses for the entire county and the 6 bars that are already here will be made legal and the rest will go to resturants. The facts are the facts and the numbers are there to find for yourself, this is a no brainer. Wake up GC vote YES jan 22nd.
Bootleggers? I have never heard of there being a problem with bootleggers. This is a made up problem the YES folks are creating to scare. I a sure bootleggers do not ID, but kids can walk to the gas station and let adults go in and buy them some beer. These same kids couldn't exactly walk over to ashland or portsmouth. Bootleggers? The opposition to NO says there will be all these restaurants. Our local economy can barely support the ones we have. 15 licenses is 1 too many for this addition riddled town. This thread was just for the NO folks anyways. People drive from Ohio to Greenup to buy our cheap cogs and that hasn't even saved us, why would alcohol? And if only 15 places are allowed to serve I assume these are 15 gas stations/grocery stores...that means no new jobs or restaurants, right?
moseby

Zanesville, OH

#11 Jan 15, 2013
lol...I am on the wrong thread. Sorry!
Jen

Chesapeake, OH

#12 Jan 15, 2013
moseby wrote:
<quoted text>Bootleggers? I have never heard of there being a problem with bootleggers. This is a made up problem the YES folks are creating to scare. I a sure bootleggers do not ID, but kids can walk to the gas station and let adults go in and buy them some beer. These same kids couldn't exactly walk over to ashland or portsmouth. Bootleggers? The opposition to NO says there will be all these restaurants. Our local economy can barely support the ones we have. 15 licenses is 1 too many for this addition riddled town. This thread was just for the NO folks anyways. People drive from Ohio to Greenup to buy our cheap cogs and that hasn't even saved us, why would alcohol? And if only 15 places are allowed to serve I assume these are 15 gas stations/grocery stores...that means no new jobs or restaurants, right?
The KEY words in your response is "I ASSUME". Haha well I assume nothing, I let statistically proven data shape my decision. Maybe if you would read you would learn something, but I don't think that will happen, your decision is made up
Douche

Altavista, VA

#14 Jan 15, 2013
Vote Yes for Hooters...Vote No for McDonalds!!!
mam

Whitney, TX

#15 Jan 15, 2013
i'm voting yes.
ben

Whitney, TX

#16 Jan 15, 2013
yes, if you don't want it don't buy it. you shouldnt be able to take the option away from us. you just want to tell us no don't drink. grow up, you're not the almighty powerful person you want to be.
Douche

Altavista, VA

#17 Jan 15, 2013
That was fast "Mam"...you must like boobies!
Susie C

Whitney, TX

#18 Jan 15, 2013
YES!
TIMMY

Whitney, TX

#19 Jan 15, 2013
I'll vote yes.
cjg

Ashland, KY

#20 Jan 15, 2013
I'm voting yes it will bring more money to greenup y give it to Ashland or Ohio so just say yes!!!!!!

Since: Jan 13

wurtland Ky

#22 Jan 15, 2013
moseby wrote:
<quoted text>Bootleggers? I have never heard of there being a problem with bootleggers. This is a made up problem the YES folks are creating to scare. I a sure bootleggers do not ID, but kids can walk to the gas station and let adults go in and buy them some beer. These same kids couldn't exactly walk over to ashland or portsmouth. Bootleggers? The opposition to NO says there will be all these restaurants. Our local economy can barely support the ones we have. 15 licenses is 1 too many for this addition riddled town. This thread was just for the NO folks anyways. People drive from Ohio to Greenup to buy our cheap cogs and that hasn't even saved us, why would alcohol? And if only 15 places are allowed to serve I assume these are 15 gas stations/grocery stores...that means no new jobs or restaurants, right?
Now I know your living in denial wake up they have been bootlegging in Greenup ever since they went dry
Beer Drinker

Ashland, KY

#24 Jan 15, 2013
Why would i want to vote Yes for something that Bobby Carpenter and his nephew Jerm Bates and Corky Salyer is behind along with Hoby Anderson they have sold our kids Steroids and Cigs What next? Try to make a profit at the cost of people of greenup county.
lol

Chesapeake, OH

#25 Jan 15, 2013
Beer Drinker wrote:
Why would i want to vote Yes for something that Bobby Carpenter and his nephew Jerm Bates and Corky Salyer is behind along with Hoby Anderson they have sold our kids Steroids and Cigs What next? Try to make a profit at the cost of people of greenup county.
Wrong site for voting no

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