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Progress in Adair County (PAC)

Group advocating for a vote on legalized sale of alcoholic beverages is opening headquarters at 808 Jamestown Street, Columbia, KY
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By Shannon Sexton
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Progress in Adair County (PAC) believes the citizens of Columbia, KY should be given an opportunity to vote on the sale of alcoholic beverages in their city keeping tax dollars in our local economy when purchasing beer, wine and spirits. Several communities surrounding our county have already begun to reap the benefits of legalized alcohol sales and the taxation that comes with it.

We believe in order to be competitive for small business, industry and tourism; our citizens deserve the right to choose what we deem necessary to help our local economy and the people that call Columbia home.

We urge all concerned citizens to sign the petition and bring this matter to a vote. Signing the petition does not imply that you are in favor of the measure, but rather that you agree with allowing local citizens to exercise their right to vote on the topic. Only voters registered to vote inside the city limits of Columbia, KY are eligible to sign the petition.

PAC headquarters will be located at 808 Jamestown St., Columbia KY. We will be announcing hours of operation very soon.

Questions or comments should be directed to . If you would like to volunteer with PAC, we would like to hear from you. - Shannon

This story was posted on 2015-11-04 15:09:40
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