Voters approve Centerville’s ‘brunch bill’

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Centerville residents voted to start selling alcohol at 11 a.m. on Sundays (359 voted yes, 245 voted no)

CENTERVILLE, Georgia (41NBC/WMGT ) – Centerville residents voted to change the city’s Sunday brunch alcohol sales time to 11 a.m.

This comes after the state legislature allowed the referendum to be on ballots.

Centerville spokesperson Kate Hogan says the brunch ordinance serves as a recruitment tool for new businesses.

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