Package Liquor Referendum Passes

Livingston will see two new faces as aldermen as a result of the recent election, as well as package liquor sales.

The three candidates with the most votes elected in this year’s race, second of four elections held this year, are to serve Livingston as aldermen. The election included a referendum for packaged liquor sales as well, in which voters would vote to permit or oppose the sale of packaged or bottled liquor. The elected alderman will take office Sept. 1, and the liquor referendum is to be put into place once the election is certified and the City of Livingston establishes ordinances to establish packaged retail stores.

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