Georgetown allows more liquor sellers
D.C.'s alcohol board voted Wednesday to increase by seven the number of liquor licenses in the Georgetown neighborhood, according to a report in the Washington City Paper.
The increase, which brings the total number of licenses in the neighborhood to 68, is the first since 1989, the report said.
The ruling overruled opponents of the increase who had argued it would add noise and disorder in the neighborhood.
New license applications will be accepted starting Thursday at 8:30 a.m., the report said.
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