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Reason #1 why St. Petersburg should have a later ‘last call’ for alcohol

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States with later last calls for alcohol tend to have fewer alcohol-related deaths, according to deaths collected by the US National Highway Traffic Safety Administration.

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Reason #1 why St. Petersburg should have a later ‘last call’ for alcohol

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States with later last calls for alcohol tend to have fewer alcohol-related deaths, according to deaths collected by the US National Highway Traffic Safety Administration.

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City of St. Pete schedules public hearing to debate merits of 3 am ‘last call’

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At the April 15th meeting of the St. Petersburg City Council, there will be the first reading of revision of the city ordinance to push the “last call” for alcohol from 2 am to 3 am, with a public hearing scheduled for May 6.  You can read the perfectly simple ordinance language here.

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City of St. Pete schedules public hearing to debate merits of 3 am ‘last call’

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At the April 15th meeting of the St. Petersburg City Council, there will be the first reading of revision of the city ordinance to push the “last call” for alcohol from 2 am to 3 am, with a public hearing scheduled for May 6.  You can read the perfectly simple ordinance language here.

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St. Pete City Council exploring idea of extending 2 a.m. last call for alcohol

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Take a look at today’s agenda for the St. Petersburg City Council and you may notice that Councilman Jim Kennedy has introduced a new business that “evaluate the benefits and detriments of expanding the hours for sale of alcohol and packaged goods.” (Update – 10:53 a.m. The City Council unanimously agreed to refer Kennedy’s proposal to committee. 10 Connects story on this issue can be viewed here.) According to another member of the City Council supportive of the idea, Kennedy…

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