During the regular meeting of the Orono City Council on May 22, the mayor, council and staff with presented with an update from Pamela Myers from the Westonka Historical Society.
Myers spoke heavily to the large community response to the “little museum.” She also thanked the community’s effort to help fund the historical society in the area….
During the meeting, the council also approved a text amendment pertaining to the City’s liquor hours and days of off-sale liquor.
Following the state government’s decision to allow the sale of off-sale liquor on Sundays, individual cities must also approve the sale of off-sale liquor on Sundays.
Off-sale liquor sales may take place on Sundays beginning on July 2 and can take place between the hours of 11 a.m. and 6 p.m.
According to the new state law, the city may also limit the hours of sale if they wish.
The council’s approval will effect Navarre Liquor and the O’Sullivan Holiday, both of which are within Orono.
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