The Pendleton Panther

Danville to Hold First Vote In Kentucky

Posted on: January 6, 2010

In my home state of Kentucky there are several counties that are moist or fully wet. Meaning that those counties have the right to sell alcohol in restaurants and gas stations if that county is moist and being wet means that if a person wants to start a liquor store they can. In the city of Danville (my home town) they have decided on March 2nd to hold a vote to decide whether the town and the county will be converted from moist to fully wet. For the first time in the state of Kentucky, Danville can be the first county to go from moist to wet. Earlier in 2009 the law required the county to get 1753 signatures of registered Danville voters so that Danville can at least hold the vote; the city got 1861. So, on March 2nd the city will hold the vote and Danville could become the first county to go from moist to wet.


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