Final Up to date: Thursday, November 09, 2017, 5:00 PM EST
The Largo Metropolis Fee on Nov. 7 accredited modifications to a metropolis ordinance governing hours when companies might promote alcohol on Sundays.
- Prior to vary, alcohol gross sales on Sundays prohibited till eleven a.m.
- Modifications to ordinance additionally have an effect on micro, craft breweries
- Click on right here to view the agenda merchandise and ordinance.
The fee accredited modifications to the prevailing Largo Code of Ordinances Chapter four, Subsection four-1(D) coping with Sunday alcohol gross sales. Beforehand, the ordinance prohibited the sale of alcohol for off-website consumption earlier than eleven a.m.
That eleven a.m. rule matched Pinellas County restrictions till earlier this yr, when the county fee unanimously handed an ordinance permitting eating places and shops to promote alcohol on Sundays beginning at eight a.m.
It was left to particular person municipalities inside the county whether or not or to not move native ordinances to match the county’s rule. Largo’s modification to their present ordinance now offers the identical restrictions as Pinellas County and different surrounding cities.
The fee additionally accredited modifications that may permit microbreweries, micro-distilleries and regional breweries to promote alcohol in amenities zoned for industrial use.
The modifications went into impact on Nov. 7.
For extra info on the brand new guidelines or to learn the official agenda merchandise and ordinance, go to www.largo.com.