Demand High for Liquor Store Permits in Benton County
More than 134 requests for liquor store applications have been received by the Alcoholic Beverage Control division and the window for acceptance will remain open about two more months.
Rick Crisman, deputy director of education for the ABC, told a crowd of about 100 people Thursday night (Dec. 6) only 55 permits for liquor stores would be awarded throughout the entire county.
Crisman spoke at town hall meeting in Bella Vista answering questions from business owners and residents about the protocol for selling liquor, beer and wine, now that the county is “wet.”
Voters in Benton County decided to join 35 other Arkansas counties where package alcohol is sold, according to the unofficial final counted votes by the Benton County Election Commission early Wednesday morning (Nov. 7). Click here to read more from our partners at TheCityWire.com.
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