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Comment on discussion of funeral homes selling alcohol

Comment on Phil's comment:
Thank you, Phil. Your information makes the subject of getting the license to sell alcohol in the Indiana funeral home much more understandable. Here, however, with the City's brand new ordinance in progress, I believe there'd have to be a deceased in the house, else opening the funeral home's bar to the public would be illegal. (This is subject to City Attorney Marshall Loy's clarification until the last day of his retirement in progress, and after that, and if the local funeral homes were to get licensed, it will become a question for new City Attorney Dustin Warren.) --Linda Waggener
Comments re article 94457 Phil Hanna Southern Indianas German background a factor



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