Ocean City BYOB proposal is ready for November vote

    Ocean City, N.J., voters have a big decision to make in the November election: whether the resort town’s restaurants can become BYOB.

    Ocean City Patch reports Municipal Clerk Linda MacIntyre has determined ther are enough valid signatures on a petition to send the matter to a vote. Nearly 500 of the 583 submitted have been certified.

    City Council has already scheduled a meeting for tomorrow in response. Its members oppose the BYOB measure.

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