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Columbia County Commissioners give final approval to liquor store restrictions



The Columbia County Board of Commissioners voted new liquor store restrictions into during its meeting Tuesday evening. The second readings of two ordinances regarding the zoning of distilled spirit retailers went before the board to be unanimously approved.

“This deals with the separation betwe...

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  1. This is the silliest thing I’ve ever heard of, including the restriction that they can’t sell beer on Sunday until after 12:30. What, some Bible thumper going to be offended if I walk out the door of Publix with a six-pack? CAn’t be within 1000 feet of a church? The Bible thumpers afraid that someone leaving the church might be tempted to stop in for a bottle of the Devil’s brew? Or a school kid will see a liquor store and somehow desire to have a drink?

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