Alkoholpolitik und Volksgesundheit

USA: Jefferson Parish’s new alcohol review committee flexes rediscovered muscles

Mittwoch 12. Januar 2011 von htm

For more than two decades, the codified method to regulate which businesses could sell alcohol in Jefferson Parish had lain dormant. That changed in March, and the newly constituted Alcohol Beverage Permit Review Committee has kicked its operations into high gear.
The Parish Council will weigh the committee’s recommendations that it bar seven establishments, mostly in the Fat City area of Metairie, from renewing their annual alcohol retail permits. And in a sign that the committee is extending its reach beyond that contentious cluster of low-rent apartments, bars and strip mall parking lots, the council will also consider suspending the permits for seven more businesses, including three along Airline Drive. … (Source: Google Alcohol News, 01/12/11) nola.com, 01/11/11

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