Liquor code debate continues in DeKalb
DeKALB – There was a lot of agreement between the DeKalb City Council and its liquor commission on the various aspects of overhauling the city’s extensive liquor code.
But there’s one aspect that needs to be fleshed out: The purpose and existence of the liquor commission itself. City Attorney Dean Frieders said different communities have different uses for such a body, while others have no liquor commission.
At times, the discussion on this topic between aldermen and commissioners was heated during their joint meeting Wednesday night. Liquor Commission Chairman Matthew Kapustianyk said they are needed because of the expertise they offer.
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