Alcohol Delivery Ordinance Discussed at Study Session

The Sheridan City Council at their last regularly scheduled meeting elected not to extend the emergency ordinance that was first approved in late March to allow for local liquor stores, breweries, wineries and area liquor license holders to deliver malt beverages, wine and liquor to residences within the City due to the pandemic. The Council and Mayor Roger Miller at a study session Monday night were presented with an ordinance that would permanently allow for the delivery of alcohol within city limits. City Attorney Brendon Kerns.

Brendon Kerns

Kerns said that payments have to be made at the time of purchase.

Brendon Kerns

The ordinance is expected to be brought before the Council for consideration at an upcoming meeting. It must be approved three times before it can take effect.

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Cindy Livingston

What I am picking up on is that more data will be able to be collected on the quantity of alcohol purchased and delivered to specific locations. How will that data be used? Is this proposed ordinance going to be voted on by the public? I worry for the children in our community should this be made permanent.