Chatham eyes expanding liquor sales
Posted January 13, 2009
Updated January 14, 2009
Pittsboro, N.C. — Chatham County commissioners have set a public hearing next week on whether to hold a referendum to allow liquor sales by the drink.
“The county commissioners want to hear people’s thoughts on this issue before they make a decision one way or the other,” County Manager Charlie Horne said in a statement. “No decisions have been made as to whether this should go on any county ballot.”
The only places in Chatham County that have liquor-by-the-drink are Fearrington Village, which was authorized by special state legislation, and a few specific facilities.
The public hearing will be held at 6 p.m. Jan. 20 in the Superior Courtroom in Pittsboro.