The sale and consumption of wine on sidewalks in Mitchell will once again be discussed by the Mitchell City Council at its meeting Monday night. The issue came before the council last year, initially passing on a 7-1 vote on first reading. After testimony from opponents, the ordinance failed on a 7-1 vote. It is now being brought back before the council. The businesses wanting to serve wine outdoors would pay an application fee to the city and would be required to have liability insurance. Sidewalk wine sales would not be allowed during Corn Palace Week. Monday night’s meeting begins at 7:30 at City Hall in downtown Mitchell.
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