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HUDSONVILLE-ALCOHOL
(2007-11-07)
(wgvu) - AFTER THREE TRIES IN SEVEN YEARS, VOTERS IN HUDSONVILLE HAVE LIFTED A BAN ON ALCOHOL SALES THAT'S BEEN IN EFFECT FOR NEARLY TWO DECADES.
THE OTTAWA COUNTY COMMUNITY OF 7,000 RESIDENTS IS THE LAST DRY
CITY IN THE STATE.
THE GRAND RAPIDS PRESS SAYS THERE ARE SIX MICHIGAN TOWNSHIPS
THAT ALSO DON'T ALLOW ALCOHOL SALES OF ANY KIND. FIVE OF THEM ARE
IN EITHER OTTAWA OR NEIGHBORING ALLEGAN COUNTY.
THE CITY OF ZEELAND -- WHICH IS JUST A FEW MILES FROM
HUDSONVILLE -- USED TO BE DRY UNTIL VOTERS DECIDED A YEAR AGO TO
REPEAL AN ALCOHOL-SALES BAN THAT LASTED ALMOST A CENTURY.
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