March 2, 2015
Local Liquor Control: The Facts
It contributes $30 million in annual profit to the County – helping fund schools, transportation, aid for the vulnerable in our midst, and more.
It helps to keep taxes lower.
Lower alcohol consumption and higher revenue for public purposes than other jurisdictions.
There are no liquor stores on every corner.
The system makes it harder for underage individuals to purchase alcohol and provides more education for the public and for servers as well.
Control of local sales better protects the public health, according to the Centers for Disease Control.
Read about the benefits of local control.
Learn about the public health benefits.
Visit Department of Liquor Control for more information.