Public hearing about Wellesley retail beer/wine sales set for Monday

piotr_halas_wine_bottle_1Now that Wellesley voters have approved a measure to allow retail sales of beer and wine, the Board of Selectmen will take on the task of pinning down rules for the licenses it will dole out.

The regular board meeting starts at 7pm on Monday, March 10 at Town Hall, beginning with Citizen Speak. The board will have a public hearing on draft regulations about retail sales at 8pm. So if you have any special requests like seeing if Dunkin’ Donuts can sell beer-to-go with your treats or for local toy stores to sell wine-to-go with especially noisy toys, here’s your chance to have your voice heard.

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