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City Council passes "No set distance limit between bars and church,/schools


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REVISED BEER CODE PASSES FIRST READING BY CROSSVILLE CITY COUNCIL

A revised Crossville city code pertaining to beer applications passed on first reading at Tuesday night’s city council meeting. According to City Mayor James Mayberry, the previous city administrators violated the code when a beer license was granted to the Bottoms Up Bar which was located within the 500 foot limit of The Place of Refuge Church. According to City Attorney William Ridley, the Municipal Technical Advisory Service says that the city violated its own law thus disavowing it. The revised code mirrors that of the state Alcoholic Beverage Commission in that there is no set distance limit between an establishment that sells alcohol and a place of public gathering such as a school or church. Council Member Pete Souza said that the revised code would open a “can of worms”, but the code passed 3-1 with Souza voting against.
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