What does 1972 mean to alcohol sales in Lubbock? - KCBD NewsChannel 11 Lubbock

8/19/09

What does 1972 mean to alcohol sales in Lubbock?

LUBBOCK TX (KCBD) - Frustration builds among local business owners as alcohol sales in all of Lubbock County are voter approved but still up in the air inside city limits. Two protesters say in writing that the city needs its own election because of previous elections in Lubbock.

Tuesday and Wednesday, NewsChannel 11 asked the Texas Alcoholic Beverage Commission if the protests apply to the current city limits or the 1972 city limits (1972 is the year of the a previous election). The TABC tells us to ask the city, but the city says talk to TABC.

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8/19/09
Lubbock Chamber files counter protest over alcohol sales
Frustation is building among local business owners as alcohol sales in the city limits are voter approved, but still up in the air.  NewsChannel 11's Katie Bauer has the story.
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