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Judge-executive David Jenkins says Spencer County has reaped “very little” money from alcohol sales, since county voters approved a special referendum lifting prohibition last October.
Six months later, the county has collected just $5,600 in initial alcohol and licensing fees, he said. Jenkins expects the county could collect as much as $6,000 from retailers through the fiscal year.
Additional county revenue could be collected from property, occupational and insurance premium taxes assessed on those who sell and work around alcohol, he said.
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