Posts Tagged ‘ordinance’

Aldermen give nod to cold beer sales in city limits

by Associated Press Published: August 21,2013

Tags: alderman, beer, board of aldermen, city, city government, city of Oxford, ordinance, Robyn Tannehill, Ulysses Howell, vote

OXFORD — The Board of Aldermen has voted to permit the sale of cold beer in stores in Oxford. The Northeast Mississippi Daily Journal reported the vote yesterday also extends store sales of beer and light wine to Sundays. Sunday sale hours are restricted to 11 a.m. to 9 p.m., mirroring those given to restaurants […] [...]

Another city approves liquor sales at restaurants

BRANDON — Liquor will flow in Brandon. The Clarion-Ledger reports voters yesterday approved a referendum that will allow liquor sales within the city limits. Including absentee ballots, 3,051 voters said yes and 1,190 said no. As a cost-saving measure, all six wards voted in City Hall and paper ballots were used. Brandon is the seventh […] [...]

Booneville bans guns at city hall, public parks and events

BOONEVILLE — The open carrying of firearms and other weapons will be prohibited at many locations in the city of Booneville under an ordinance approved by the Board of Aldermen. The Daily Corinthian reports the new law went into effect immediately. Officials say it is designed to align city policies with state law. City Attorney […] [...]

After successful vote, Aldridge wants additional liquor tax

by Associated Press Published: July 12,2013

Tags: alcohol, beer, Charles "Tubby" Aldridge, city, city government, drinking, Iuka, law, liquor, municipal, municipality, ordinance, tax

IUKA — An Iuka man, who successfully petitioned to get an election on the sale of beer and alcoholic beverages in Tishomingo County, now wants an additional tax on liquor with the proceeds going to youth programs. Charles “Tubby” Aldridge tells the Daily Corinthian he is proposing a 2 percent tax be added to alcohol […] [...]

City’s new rental property ordinance gets opposition from landlords

PEARL — Tensions are high in Pearl over a new ordinance related to rental property. The Clarion-Ledger reports the city is requiring existing rental properties to have sprinklers in case of fires. It also mandates landlords add warning sirens, a telephone or text emergency warning system that would notify tenants in emergencies, and storm shelters […] [...]

New mayor says new ordinace on nightclubs ‘too broad’

TUPELO — Questions about Tupelo’s new nightclub ordinance have prompted the city council to hold another public meeting on the regulations on Friday. City officials, including Tupelo Police Chief Tony Carleton, have said enforcement will be “complaint driven.” Mayor-elect Jason Shelton, who will take office Monday, tells the Northeast Mississippi Daily Journal the ordinance appears […] [...]

Board votes to ban guns on all city property

by Associated Press Published: June 27,2013

Tags: alderman, alderwoman, city, city government, gun, law, legal, mayor, municipal, municipality, open carry law, ordinance, weapon

VICKSBURG — Vicksburg is banning firearms city property except for law enforcement officers. The Vicksburg Board of Mayor and Aldermen adopted the ban this week. The Vicksburg Post reports the board also ordered signs to be put up on city buildings and at parks. The ban is to take effect Monday. No penalty is attached […] [...]

Entrepreneurs want ordinance change to add micro-brewery

by Associated Press Published: June 17,2013

Tags: alcohol, bar, beer, brewery, city government, distillery, entrepreneur, ordinance, tavern

NATCHEZ — Businessman Doug Charboneau and his son want to open a rum micro-distillery in the building that formerly housed King’s Tavern bar in Natchez. First, Charboneau must get the city to amend its ordinances to allow for micro-distilleries. Charboneau tells the Natchez Democrat if the change can be made, he’d like to open the micro-distillery […] [...]

New alcohol law has county divided; opponents want restrictions

by Associated Press Published: May 27,2013

Tags: beer, city, city government, drink, drinker, drinking, law, lquor, municipak, municipality, ordinance, sale, wine, zlcohol

IUKA — Opponents of beer and liquor sales in Tishomingo County say they’ll push for strict limits on the newly legal trade. On the other side, the Northeast Mississippi Daily Journal reports that at least two of the four gas station-convenience stores in Iuka plan to apply for a permit to sell beer. Voters narrowly […] [...]

Entrepreneur hoping for ‘something big’ from reality show

MCCOMB — Scott Johnson has a lot on his calendar. The 46-year-old owner of Chilly Willy’s — a sno-ball stand, restaurant, bar and concert hall — is busy preparing to defend his business in a chancery court lawsuit, a misdemeanor criminal trial in justice court and a noise ordinance violation charge in municipal court. The […] [...]

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