DeKalb works on simplifying its liquor code
DeKALB – The city is moving forward with a proposal to simplify its set of liquor licenses, but it could be some time before it becomes law.
The City Council agreed Monday night to move the proposal to its liquor commission, which meets Tuesday. After that, there will be a joint liquor commission-City Council meeting to discuss the overhaul and possibly put a draft ordinance in place, Mayor Kris Povlsen said.
Povlsen said that because of how contentious liquor issues can be, he anticipates the ordinance would have to be voted on twice. He could not say when that would be, but he hoped the council would vote on it by the end of the year.
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