TN distillery bill raises ethics queries
Gov. Bill Haslam will probably pass into law a bill that would aid a personal business associate and overrule the city of Gatlinburg's efforts to regulate moonshine distilleries.
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#1 May 18, 2013
I was in Gatlinburg last week and enjoyed it and the mountains as always. We looked through the distillery on each side of the street. I think between those and the winery that is also on the parkway we have enough choices now. Anymore and that is absolutely all the towneill become about. Business owners do your best to halt this where it is.
Since: Apr 12
#2 May 18, 2013
I agree - we have enough. We are not about distilleries - we are about nature. There are plenty to serve the tourist population. I love animals and nature and hope to see the focus back on them. Thats just the opinion of Brigitte Grisanti resident of Gatlinburg. In New York the upstate park attractions dont have so much liquor emphasis and they do well. No more !!!
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