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March 26, 2013

Girdler: City likely to get more liquor licenses

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Somerset —

The city pointed this out in Friday’s presentation, and Girdler feels that state officials were receptive to the message.
“I think the ABC board felt that Somerset did make a great case for future growth and the ability to handle the number of package stores requested,” said Girdler. “They were setting quotas for 21 cities around Kentucky. Somerset was fortunate to be able to make its presentation. It was the way to protect investment for the future and create new economic growth.”

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