Marshall County fiscal court votes in favor of alcohol ordinance

Marshall County’s fiscal court voted in favor of the alcohol ordinance on Friday.

Besides voting on the ordinance, the fiscal court decided on two small changes.

The first being those who sell by the drink have to go through training.

Restaurants can serve alcohol by the drink from 1:00 p.m. – Midnight on Sundays.

They also gave the building inspector discretion in approving building sales.

County leaders decided earlier this month that stores must stay 1,000 feet away from any church, school, or daycare.

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