ABC limits the number of off sale liquor licenses to one per every 2,500 residents and on sale licenses to one per every 2,000 residents.  However, local authorities can bypass those restrictions by making a finding that "public convenience and necessity" is served by issuing a license.
ABC limits the number of off sale liquor licenses to one per every 2,500 residents and on sale licenses to one per every 2,000 residents. However, local authorities can bypass those restrictions by making a finding that "public convenience and necessity" is served by issuing a license.
ABC limits the number of off sale liquor licenses to one per every 2,500 residents and on sale licenses to one per every 2,000 residents. However, local authorities can bypass those restrictions by making a finding that "public convenience and necessity" is served by issuing a license.

Liquor licenses in Sacramento area exceed limits as leaders exploit loopholes

February 21, 2015 03:54 PM

UPDATED February 24, 2015 07:40 AM

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