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Saratoga Springs, county must synch ‘last call’

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The state Liquor Authority says in a declaratory ruling that Saratoga Springs cannot have a different “last call” for alcohol than the rest of Saratoga County. Public Safety Commissioner Chris Mathiesen wants to have bars and restaurants in the city stop serving alcohol at 3 a.m., rather than the current 4 a.m. He was hoping that the city could have a different last call time than the rest of the county. “We weren’t surprised. At ...


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KD
May 30, 2012
10:30 a.m.

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What a waste of taxpayers money for a one hour difference in last call closing!

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