Mount Washington expected to introduc...

Mount Washington expected to introduce ordinance allowing Sunday alcohol sales

There are 202 comments on the The Courier-Journal story from Apr 20, 2011, titled Mount Washington expected to introduce ordinance allowing Sunday alcohol sales. In it, The Courier-Journal reports that:

Despite objections from two local churches, Mount Washington may soon join Shepherdsville and Hillview in allowing Sunday alcohol sales.

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Hiccup

United States

#164 Jun 2, 2012
Hiccup here, did she make it pass the road blocks last night. She's batting 1000 or using her status to get around the problem?

Hiccup! hiccup!
Hoover

Campbellsville, KY

#165 Jun 12, 2012
Mayor Billy Bob, the sweeper broke?? AGAIN!
Beer

Louisville, KY

#166 Jun 19, 2012
Wooo!
Hiccup

Leitchfield, KY

#167 Jun 24, 2012
Beer wrote:
Wooo!
That's the problem, too much wooo beer.

Hoover, have you seen the sweeper lately??
Hoover

Leitchfield, KY

#168 Jun 25, 2012
Hiccup wrote:
<quoted text>
That's the problem, too much wooo beer.
Hoover, have you seen the sweeper lately??
No, don't expect to see it based on who's in command. I believe you have hit a nerve, ha ha

ps-remember, you must be on the job to do the job! The big pay check still hasn't accomplished that issue.
Hiccup

Leitchfield, KY

#169 Jul 12, 2012
We all should be happy the Mayor and Council voted to pass this ordinance.
Beer, wine and bourbon is now cheaper to consume than water. With the July 1st (2012) 9% increase in water and sewer rates, the Mayor and Council has changed our drinking habits. This 2nd increase within the last two years, will now force more tax payers to consume cheap alcohol vs expensive water and sewer costs. Hiccup! hiccup!
Chester

Leitchfield, KY

#170 Jul 13, 2012
Hiccup wrote:
We all should be happy the Mayor and Council voted to pass this ordinance.
Beer, wine and bourbon is now cheaper to consume than water. With the July 1st (2012) 9% increase in water and sewer rates, the Mayor and Council has changed our drinking habits. This 2nd increase within the last two years, will now force more tax payers to consume cheap alcohol vs expensive water and sewer costs. Hiccup! hiccup!
hiccup, is she out on the road drinking tonight? should the citizens stay clear of 44?
Truth

Campbellsville, KY

#171 Jul 20, 2012
pattipat wrote:
The ban on Sunday alcohol sales was pushed through by religious lawmakers who then turn around and tell you that you can't post the ten commandments in a goverment building because the church and state are seperate.
Now u got it!!!!
Hiccup

Leitchfield, KY

#172 Jul 23, 2012
Hiccup wrote:
We all should be happy the Mayor and Council voted to pass this ordinance.
Beer, wine and bourbon is now cheaper to consume than water. With the July 1st (2012) 9% increase in water and sewer rates, the Mayor and Council has changed our drinking habits. This 2nd increase within the last two years, will now force more tax payers to consume cheap alcohol vs expensive water and sewer costs. Hiccup! hiccup!
Council meeting tonight, 2 to 1 it's over in 40 minutes or less. Main topic, how can we increase tax dollars so we can spend more and get another salary increase. Hiccup! Hiccup!
Hiccup

Leitchfield, KY

#173 Jul 28, 2012
Are we safe to drive this weekend? Is she out on the town again or staying home in bed?

Both evil thoughts! Hiccup! Hiccup! Hiccup!
Petula

Leitchfield, KY

#174 Sep 6, 2012
Hiccup wrote:
Are we safe to drive this weekend? Is she out on the town again or staying home in bed?
Both evil thoughts! Hiccup! Hiccup! Hiccup!
your safe, spending a lot of time with her beau.
Hiccup

Sonora, KY

#175 Sep 29, 2012
SURPLUS??
Come on guys. Same smoke screen Armstrong & Gentry used last campaign. You must think the city voters are really dumb. Wise up city voters, these two raised your taxes and spotted themselves two raises. That's your tax money.
Here's another good one, Gentry's using the campaign ploy about increasing the number of parks in Mt W. Joetta assigned him this task one month after taking office. Two years ago and he's still talking but no action. Didn't take him that long to increase taxes and his salary.

Gentry and Armstrong must go! Vote'um out!
Hiccup

Sonora, KY

#176 Oct 4, 2012
Relax citizens, you won't have to worry about her drinking and driving too much this weekend. She will be home crying in her beer. Why, last nights performance by "her" Obama, was enough to make any democrat believe the world is coming to an end.

Hiccup! hiccup!
monitor

Campbellsville, KY

#177 Oct 4, 2012
Hiccup wrote:
Relax citizens, you won't have to worry about her drinking and driving too much this weekend. She will be home crying in her beer. Why, last nights performance by "her" Obama, was enough to make any democrat believe the world is coming to an end.
Hiccup! hiccup!
Thing is they don't run with a party affiliation for city council anymore. They saw the writing on the wall.
Hoover

Sonora, KY

#178 Oct 5, 2012
monitor wrote:
<quoted text>
Thing is they don't run with a party affiliation for city council anymore. They saw the writing on the wall.
True, but they still follow the party principles, screw the tax payers by wasting tax dollars and by giving themselves raises. Liberals always make sure they come out ahead at others expense.

The last two years this group has raised taxes and given themselves two raises. WOW! Pixxed $10,000 on a flashing light, lost the cities credit rating, which forced the city to pay higher interest rates. WOW!
Chester

Sonora, KY

#179 Oct 8, 2012
Gentry and Armstrong, please lists your accoumplishments during the last two years.
Chester

Greensburg, KY

#181 Oct 31, 2012
Chester wrote:
Gentry and Armstrong, please lists your accoumplishments during the last two years.
DUHHHH nothing? What's new!
Billy Bob

Greensburg, KY

#182 Dec 28, 2012
Happy New Year, hope the old lady stays at home so the streets are safe.
Hiccup

Sonora, KY

#183 Jul 14, 2013
Hiccup wrote:
We all should be happy the Mayor and Council voted to pass this ordinance.
Beer, wine and bourbon is now cheaper to consume than water. With the July 1st (2012) 9% increase in water and sewer rates, the Mayor and Council has changed our drinking habits. This 2nd increase within the last two years, will now force more tax payers to consume cheap alcohol vs expensive water and sewer costs. Hiccup! hiccup!
Read the above, it applies to 2013 without any changes. As long as this bunch remains in office, you will see a fourth increase in 2014. Where in the world is all the money going, besides giving themselves A RAISE each year. What a bunch of....!!!!
Citizen

Sonora, KY

#184 Aug 13, 2013
Do you think any of them partake in a nip or two occasionally? HAAHHAAAA!

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