Should Cave City vote for a wet option?

Created by lol on Apr 30, 2012

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Yes

No, I enjoy living in these taliban times.

No..It would kill my bootleg whiskey sells.

Hell yes!! I want to help lobby for it.

What ever floats your boat. I'm outa here anyways

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Barren co guy

Burkesville, KY

#1 Apr 30, 2012
No
get on with it

Glasgow, KY

#2 May 1, 2012
Yes!!!!! The 1920s mentality in this town is why it is what it has become. By not selling it here in stores does not mean it is not here. It means that the people who live here and want it are buying it illegally from bootleggers or purchasing it from other towns where it is legal to sell. In the end this city is losing out on taxes BIGTIME! By not allowing it does not mean it is not happening, it means the idiots in this city are denying the city tax dollars that we should receive. Everyone wants to complain about what Cave City isn`t when in the end it is their own fault. Liqour does have its down side but it is already here, you can`t change that fact, so accept it and reap the rewards instead of allowing others to do so.
We The People

Glasgow, KY

#3 May 1, 2012
Yes, let the voters decide.
Great idea

Cave City, KY

#4 May 3, 2012
I will support it a 150%. It's time this town come out of the dark ages.
MGrams

Waconia, MN

#5 May 4, 2012
If you want a wet city then yo better watch who you vote for the next election. Vote for the wrong people and the only wet that would be considered is the rain. Any of the get any of the hatchers, davidsons, clines, or esters in office and you might as well invest in the bootlegger because the last vote for alcohol they were against it and one or more in the group even took it to court.
Resident

Glasgow, KY

#6 May 4, 2012
It's the only way this town will grow to be any thing other than a hole in the wall filled with bootleggers and crackheads. The sad thing is we have so much potential. Most towns would love be in our situation.
I agree

Horse Cave, KY

#7 May 5, 2012
MGrams wrote:
If you want a wet city then yo better watch who you vote for the next election. Vote for the wrong people and the only wet that would be considered is the rain. Any of the get any of the hatchers, davidsons, clines, or esters in office and you might as well invest in the bootlegger because the last vote for alcohol they were against it and one or more in the group even took it to court.

The canidates need to let us know where they stand right now..as well as the council...if they can't publicly support the issue they need not run in this election and expect to win...the vast majoriorty of the people are ready to step out of the stone age. This is no longer M. Night Shyamalan's Village anymore.
I agree

Horse Cave, KY

#8 May 5, 2012
BTW..To those interested the camp store in the national park now sells beer and wine, so you can save a few miles and at least keep the money a little closer to home. They decided to climb out of the puritan mentality anyways. Just maybe our little burg will evolve as well.
MGrams

Waconia, MN

#9 May 5, 2012
I agree wrote:
<quoted text>
The canidates need to let us know where they stand right now..as well as the council...if they can't publicly support the issue they need not run in this election and expect to win...the vast majoriorty of the people are ready to step out of the stone age. This is no longer M. Night Shyamalan's Village anymore.
You definately have a good point. The residents also need to let the council know what they expect when they see the candidate in public or talk with the candidate. There may not be much room for growth in the city but there is for some change whcih in return can help the economy and in the end will eventually help the growth. It wont happen overnight or in a couple of years but it is a start. Hunt got the ball going with the moist issues not keep it going until the revenue is enough to finally do something bigger.
Cool

Cave City, KY

#10 May 7, 2012
The camp store does sell beer, saved me a drive to BG!! Can't wait until Cave City goes wet. I'll vote yes if they have a vote.
About time

Horse Cave, KY

#11 May 7, 2012
I hope this happens soon.. we need to change this dying town.6183
Great

Horse Cave, KY

#12 May 8, 2012
Is someone really working on this yet? I want to volunteer to help. This would be great for the area.
popadopolus

Glasgow, KY

#13 May 9, 2012
The vehicle count going in and out of Mammoth Cave National Park has increased 10 fold.

Good thing that national parks aren't bound by the same rules.
hmmmm

Cave City, KY

#14 May 9, 2012
popadopolus wrote:
The vehicle count going in and out of Mammoth Cave National Park has increased 10 fold.
Good thing that national parks aren't bound by the same rules.
Cave City is missing out on all the business, they need to hurry up and get on the bandwagon. Go wet before Glasgow does. For once I hope Cave City decides to do the right thing. Looks like Taliban rule might be coming to a close. Thank god.
support it

Horse Cave, KY

#15 May 13, 2012
I'm for it...Its time we change this dead town's attitude.
Chris

Glasgow, KY

#16 May 15, 2012
signed the petition yesterday
petition

Horse Cave, KY

#17 May 15, 2012
whos got petitions? I want to help get them out. Lets get this ball rolling!!!!
MGrams

Waconia, MN

#18 May 15, 2012
Petitions wont help unless the council is willing to get it on the ballot for November elections. Work on the council and the ballot not just a petition. A petition can be ignored if they want to and then it would more than likely take a court order to get it on the ballot. Which in that case you would have the same old crew fighting against it in court. Meaning cline, esters, dady, bennet and the rest of the ones who believe they are the anti liquor gods of cc which speak for the rest of the residents.
Chris

Glasgow, KY

#19 May 15, 2012
council has nothing to with it - only say they have ever had was Sunday sales.
MGrams

Waconia, MN

#20 May 15, 2012
Chris wrote:
council has nothing to with it - only say they have ever had was Sunday sales.
Besides needing to be on the ballot you will need the council to approve of the idea rather then look for a way afterwards to close any sales other than in the restaurants. I cant see them doing this but in cc you never know what will happen from week to week when politics are involved. I dont know about there in some areas it is the council that votes to allow the license for the liquor stores.

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