Macon-Bibb Commissioners issue alcohol license to movie theater

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MACON, Georgia (41NBC / WMGT ) – Alcohol will soon be served at a Macon movie theater.

During Tuesday morning’s Macon-Bibb County Committee meeting, commissioners approve the license for Amstar Macon movie theater to sell alcohol.

Commissioners Valerie Wynn and Elaine Lucas say alcohol shouldn’t be served where kids are. While the other commissioners say serving alcohol at movie theaters are becoming a norm and approved the license.

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