Best if only the city of west liberty wet,,, not enough police out in the county to police arising issues,, in town however there is 24/7 coverage. Also if only sold in town then those that wanted beer / whiskey would have to travel to town ,, and while they here it possible the buy big mac and gallon of gas..<quoted text>It's the Bible thumpers, especially the Methodists in West Liberty, who fight so hard against it. Oh, and let's not forget the late Bro. Steve Bliffen, closet drinker, who fought so hard against it and had everyone brainwashed. I just go to Wolfe Co. to get my beer. No big deal anymore. If the Pentecostals, Baptists and Methodists, especially the Margaret Stacy Circle of Snobs, would stop trying to force their views on everyone else, maybe we could have some progress. Most of them drink anyway!! And, everyone knows it! Oh, and let's not forget that our former county attorney was part owner of Freight Station Liquors in Morehead, which paid his way through law school. But, he was against the county going wet!! Imagine that! Is that a hypocrite or what???
It also important maybe extremely importantthat too many licenses are not issued,, This wet thing is not the money maker it thought to be ,,,it is very easy to have more outlets than the community can support,, too many outlets, means too little money so you find dumps and filthy places struggling to survive, then they cut corner,, like selling to minors or after hours sales,, titty dances and other inventive ways to pay the bills,, it important to limit number of outlets