Liquor Licensing Deserve Broader Discussion, NCPC Says
Would you like booze with that? Perhaps, if you’re at an Oceanside drive-through.
Last night, Deputy Mayor Esther Sanchez called for a review of the city’s fast-food liquor license policy at a regular board meeting. The move could possibly lead to a ban on liquor sales at such establishments.
North Coastal Prevention Coalition (NCPC) program manager Erica Leary hopes the policy review leads to a larger discussion on how the city manages all alcohol permit applications beyond fast food drive-throughs.
“I’m a little disappointed that it’s so narrow in focus,” Leary to the U-T San Diego.