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ANOTHER BEER BATTLE IN TEXAS! SHOULD SIX FLAGS AND HURRICANE HARBOR SELL BEER?
PAST BEER BATTLES
In 1930's Arlington prohibited wine sales within 300 feet of a church, school, hospital or day care and continued to do so for decades.  In February 2005, voters approved  sales of wine for off-premises consumption; it wasn't until that June, however, that the City Council did away with the ordinance that blocked sales.
In 2005, there was a huge debate in Mansfield over whether Big League Dreams sports complex should sell beer.  In May 2005, voters directed the Mansfield City Council to oppose the complex's beer permit application. An agreement between the city and Big League Dreams stipulates that alcohol will not be served near or during youth events. The Mansfield city secretary has signed an application from Big League Dreams for a permit to sell beer at the park, that TABC is still processing.
The Hooters restaurant at Interstate 20 and Little Road's TABC permit to sell beer and liquor had been opposed by residents and city council for over 5 years.  The restaurant served free beer for years while the license fight continued; complimentary brews, yes complimentary,  ended when the TABC granted the license in October. (I MISS THAT FREE BEER!)
Now, getting to the current issue. December 17, Six Flags Over Texas and Hurricane Harbor announced the parks applied ... more

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