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The Spencer County Fiscal Court is expected to vote on the second reading of its alcoholic beverage control ordinance at its meeting on Monday morning.
The court approved the first reading of the ordinance, which simply brings the existing ordinance into compliance with new state laws, at its July 1 meeting.
At that meeting, Judge-Executive Bill Karrer cited two primary reasons the update was needed. As of late June, Karrer pointed out, Taylorsville is a fourth-class city, which allows for the sale of liquor/distilled spirits by the drink.
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