More booze licenses on the way for South Dakota cities
Legislature creates new liquor licenses for municipally-owned facilities
PIERRE — More liquor licenses are on the way for South Dakota cities.
The South Dakota Legislature this week sent a bill to the governor’s desk that would create a new type of liquor license for municipally-owned facilities like concert halls, sports venues and golf courses. And that means the booze licenses those facilities have been using will soon become available for aspiring bar and restaurant owners.
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