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Tweaking beer laws gets complicated, officials find

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By Terri Likens, Editor

Deciding where beer can be sold is getting complicated, Kingston city officials are learning.

City laws prohibit beer sales a certain distance from schools, churches and public gathering places.

But because differing state laws govern the sale of hard liquor, a city business might be denied from selling beer near a such a facility, while liquor can be sold from even closer.

And while city laws set those limits based from property line to property line, some officials wondered if it wouldn’t be better to set distance limits from building to building.


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