Brunch Bill One Vote Away From Passing In Guilford Co.

Brunch Bill One Vote Away From Passing In Guilford County

GUILFORD COUNTY, N.C. -- Alcohol sales will not start earlier on Sundays in Guilford County. At least for now.

Thursday night, Guilford County commissioners voted 8 to 1 to pass an ordinance that would allow alcohol sales to begin at 10 a.m. instead of noon on Sundays.

Read: When Will The NC 'Brunch Bill' Go Into Effect?

But in order to pass, the ordinance required a unanimous vote. 

The ordinance will be brought up for a second vote at their next meeting on August 3. 

Read: Gov. Cooper Signs ‘Brunch Bill' Into Law Allowing Earlier Sunday Alcohol Sales

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If approved, the ordinance would only apply to unincorporated areas in Guilford County. 



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