HUNTERSVILLE, NC (FOX 46) - UPDATE: Mecklenburg County officials have also passed a bill allowing alcohol sales to begin as early as 10 a.m. The vote impacts unincorporated areas, and opens the door for cities and towns to make their own vote.
UPDATE: Huntersville officials have passed an ordinance allowing alcohol sales to begin as early as 10 a.m. The ordinance will go into effect on July 16.
Mecklenburg County and Huntersville officials are looking to make a decision on a brunch bill later on Tuesday. The Huntersville Board of Commissioners plan to hold a special meeting to discuss it.
It's one sip closer to a Sunday mimosa.
The Huntersville Board of Commissioners plan to hold a special meeting to discuss an ordinance for selling alcohol earlier on Sundays.
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The State of North Carolina recently passed the brunch bill, a law that leaves it up to local governments to decide Sunday alcohol sales as early as 10 a.m.
Many local businesses and grocery stores support the action, saying their business will benefit when customers don't have to wait until noon for their Sunday mimosa, or six-pack for the Panther's tailgate.
Carrboro and Raleigh have already given the OK. The Mecklenburg County Commissioners will also discuss the ordinance at their meeting as well.