Connecticut's last dry town is holding a public hearing Friday night to talk about changing local law banning the sale of alcohol. The issue was raised by a couple of business owners who asked town officials to rescind the no-liquor law so restaurant owners may be licensed to serve alcoholic drinks.
The Board of Selectmen briefly talked about the matter, but said last month that the issue should wait until after municipal elections in November. Democrat Curtis Read, currently a Selectman, won the First Selectman race.
Tomorrow's public hearing is at 7pm at the Burnham School on Main Street South.