|Posted on Thursday, January 17, 2002 - 10:39 pm: |
I've sent a question before and never received an answer so here goes again. My question is directed towards the city management. If Proposition 1 & 2 pass on February 2nd, does this mean that there will be liquor stores on every corner like other cities (that look trashy)? AND, if it only allows beer & wine sales in grocery stores and restaurants, how long before another proposition is forced down our throats for the sale of liquor or in other words how long do we have before the liquor stores start popping up everywhere in Frisco? Is a price of $5 million dollars in the pocket of the city (over a 10 year period) worth what other items this will bring? Oh, by the way, you may want to include hiring more police officers to work the accidents (and definitely more fatality accidents) in this city. If you don't believe me, keep statistics and watch them climb.
Jason Gray, Asst. to City Manager (Jason)
|Posted on Monday, January 21, 2002 - 08:45 am: |
The City Council is currently considering its options for regulation of beer and wine sales in the event that Proposition 1 is approved by the voters. The City Council wil be meeting regarding this subject on January 30th at 6:30 PM in the City Council Chambers at the Frisco Municipal Complex, 8750 McKinney Road.
Assistant to the City Manager