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MEDFORD | BRIEFS

More liquor licenses on tap?

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The City Council will hold a public meeting Wednesday on a proposal to reduce the number of seats required for a business to obtain a liquor license from 99 to 50. The council would have to seek a home rule petition from the Legislature to approve the reduction. Citizens and business owners are invited to provide public input at the meeting, which will also be attended by members of the city’s licensing commission. The meeting will be held at 5:30 p.m. in the City Hall auditorium. - Kathy McCabe

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