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sunday a.m. drink sales come to obx

Liquor by the drink now a part of Sunday brunch.

With little fanfare, town commissioners in Kill Devil Hills and Kitty Hawk passed ordinances allowing liquor sales on Sunday beginning at 10 a.m. Nags Head has delayed, seeking resident input. Get the whole story in Rob Morris’ article in the Outer Banks Voice.

Mayor Gary Perry of Kitty Hawk speaking during hearings on the "Brunch Bill."

Mayor Gary Perry of Kitty Hawk speaking during hearings on the “Brunch Bill.”

“Kill Devil Hills commissioners quickly signed off Monday night on a new state law that allows beer, wine and mixed drink sales starting at 10 a.m. Sunday morning.

Only three people commented on the local ordinance required by the state’s new “Brunch Bill,” which moves the restriction back from noon, and they all favored it. A short time later, the Board of Commissioners approved it unanimously with no discussion.”

 

Find out who is allowing Sunday morning wine, beer and mixed drink sales and who is not at the Outer Banks Voice.

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