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Vanessa Hurst
A wet-dry vote could be in the near future for Hodgenville voters if a current petition that is circulating around the city receives signatures from 25 percent of the registered voters in the City of Hodgenville who voted in the 2016 Fall General Election.
To drink or not to drink

A petition is currently circulating around businesses in Hodgenville to petition for a wet-dry vote to determine if alcohol should be sold in city limits.

The petition started by Hodgenville Councilmember Lisa Reidner, last Tuesday, February 21, which can run for a period of up to six months according to KRS 242.020. Reidner placed the petition at several businesses in Hodgenville including Perfect Ten Salon, Almost Home, The Neighborhood Market, The Daily Stop and Circle K.

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