BYOB issue could make November ballot in Ocean City

    Since its founding, Ocean City has never allowed restaurant patrons to bring their own beer or wine, but a group of petitioners is hoping the issue will get the opportunity to be decided by the voters on the November ballot.

    According to a story from Press of Atlantic City, a group of BYOB supporters is working to get signatures to add the issue to the November ballot.

    According to the story, liquor is readily available, despite the town being dry. The Press of Atlantic City reports BYOB supporters are bringing this issue into their debate.

    Police are staying neutral in the debate over BYOB’s, according to the report.

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