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Subsidies For Liquor Licenses To Be Discussed

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Subsidies For Liquor Licenses To Be Discussed

The Yankton City Commission will talk about their options for subsidizing full service liquor licenses. The South Dakota legislature authorized cities to issue additional liquor licenses to businesses that get sixty percent of their income from food sales. The minimum price of those licenses has been set at seventy thousand dollars. Mayor Nancy Wenande says the commission needs to talk about those licenses, and if a subsidy is needed to help a business get started…

Wenande says she feels the commission has to come up with a standard policy…

Wenande says she feels a subsidy is needed for that type of business…

The commission meets tonight, 7pm at the RTEC building.

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