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9/22/7 1 I <br />Section 1. Hours of Sale of Liquor. Paragraphs (a), (b), (c) and (d) of <br />Section 18 of Ordinance No. 901 are herdby amended to read as follows: <br />"(a) <br />hours of 1:00 a.m. and 8:OO a.m. on any weekday, Monday through Saturday, nor <br />shall any sale be made on any Sunday between the houk of 1:00 a.m. and 12:OO <br />noon, nor between the hours of 1:OO a.m. and 8:OO p.m. on the day of any <br />statewide election. <br />No sale of non-intoxicating malt liquor shall be made between the <br />(b) No sale of intoxicating liquor shall be made between th& hours of . 1:OO a.m. and 8:OO a.m. on any weekday, Monday through Saturday; nor between <br />the hours of 1:00 a.m. and 8:OO p.m. on the day 02 any statewide election. <br />No on or off-sale of intoxicating liquor shall be made'aftek <br />1:DO a.m. on Sunday. <br />No off-sale of intoxicating liquor shall be made before 8:OO a.m. <br />or after 8:OO p.m. on any day except Saturday, on qhich off-sales'may be made <br />until 1O:OO p.m., and no off-salelshall be made on New Year's Day (January I), <br />Independence Day (July 4), Thanksgiving Day, or Christmas Day (December 25) <br />but on the evenings preceding such days if the sale of intoxicating liquor is <br />not otherwise prohibited on such evenings, off-sales may be made until <br />1O:OO p.m., except that no off-sale shall be made on December 24 after 8:OO <br />I I <br />=* <br />(c) <br />(d) <br />- <br />p .m." <br />Sec. 2. This ordinance shall be in full force and effect upon its <br />passage and publication. <br />HE3"NPIN COUNTY LEAGUE OF MUNICIPALITIES RESOLUTION ON EDUCATION AND WELFARE <br />FINANCING DROPPED. Mr. Hyde called Council's attention to a resolution pro- <br />posed by the Hennepin County League of Municipalities requesting endorsement <br />by members of a resolution in support of state assumption of the major share <br />of education and welfare costs, as a means of affording lasting property tax <br />relief and retaining the property tax as a means of supporting local services. <br />Following considerable discussion, Councilman, Courtney's motion for adoption <br />of such a resolution died for lack of a second. <br />I <br />SOUTH SUBURBAN AREA MENTAL HEALTH, MENTAL ~ETARDATION AND DETOXIFICATION <br />FACILITIES DISCUSSED. <br />doctor at which the matter will be 'discussed. <br />1972 BUDGET CONSIDERED. <br />Councilman.VaiiVBlkenbbrg's motion that the Budget for 1972 be continued until <br />September 27, 1971, at 4:OO p.m. <br />The meeting adjourned at 6:I5 p.m: <br />In reply to'Councilman Courtney's question, Mr. Hyde <br />'advised that he will be attending a meeting with other area Managers and a <br />Eollowing informal. discussion:of :the'" 19?2' Budget, . <br />Village Clerk . ,!?
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