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Revitalization district discussed

Tool to help businesses beyond pursuing a liquor permit

September 19, 2013

The latest application to establish a community revitalization district with the potential of adding up to 15 new liquor licenses in downtown Marietta was discussed during a special meeting of city......

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hockeypuck

Sep-19-13 8:38 PM

I'll bet MMH is behind this. They enjoy getting drunks to take classes there.

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Napster

Sep-19-13 12:12 PM

Also interesting would be that those opossed be those already established as liquor licensed holders eh Crandall?

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Crandall

Sep-19-13 9:48 AM

Wow! Possibly 15 new businesses offering food, liquor and minimum wage jobs. What a deal!!!!!!!!!!! Marietta hasn't grown in population for nearly a century and somehow I just don't think that this is going to do anything to change that. Be interesting to find out if those supporting this just happen to have a vested interest in this happening.

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