Clemson voters to have say on Sunday alcohol sales

By Greg Oliver
Courtesy The Journal

CLEMSON — Clemson City Council has approved second and final reading of an ordinance seeking a November referendum to allow voters to determine whether to legalize Sunday alcohol sales in grocery and convenience stores throughout the city.

Clemson voters will decide in November whether grocery and convenience stores will join restaurants throughout the city in being allowed to sell alcohol on Sundays. (File)

Last week, council voted 4-2 to approve first reading of the ordinance with council members Mark Cato and June Hay in opposition and Mayor J.C. Cook not in attendance. Council passed second reading Monday night with

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