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Sunday liquor sales approved in Holton

(KNZA)--The Holton City Commission has approved an ordinance authorizing Sunday sales of package liquor and cereal malt beverages in the Jackson County community.

The ordinance was approved during this week’s meeting on a 5-0 vote.  

The ordinance must be published twice in the official city newspaper and will take effect 61 days after the final publication unless a valid protest petition is filed.  A valid petition would force the matter to a public vote.

If the ordinance becomes law, Sunday liquor and beer sales would be allowed from 12 noon to 8 p.m. except on Easter.

The Holton Recorder reports the city recently received a request from a local liquor store owner to allow Sunday sales.  It was also noted that two other Jackson County communities,  Mayetta and Hoyt, currently allow Sunday beer and liquor sales.

State law allows cities to either pass an ordinance allowing Sunday sales, or allow the city’s registered voters to decide whether it should be allowed.   


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