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Cedar Hills May Ban All Alcohol Sales

Cedar Hills May Ban All Alcohol Sales



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CEDAR HILLS, Utah (AP) -- Cedar Hills may soon become the third city in Utah County to ban all alcohol sales.

A decision could be made at tonight's City Council meeting.

Alpine and Highland already have such ordinances on the books, and many Utah County cities prohibit alcohol sales on Sunday.

Banning alcohol sales in Cedar Hills could jeopardize some commercial development in the city, specifically a Smith's grocery store in a planned development near Lone Peak High School.

The grocery chain pulled out of a planned development in Highland following that city's decision to ban alcohol sales and require Sunday closings.

Cedar Hill council members voiced strong support for the proposed ordinance at their last meeting in February. But they decided to hold off on adopting it until an enforcement section could be added.

(Copyright 2005 by The Associated Press. All Rights Reserved.)

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