York County boroughs approve liquor referendums

Written by Craig Layne, Morning Edition Host/Reporter | May 22, 2013 3:28 AM

(York) -- Unofficial voting returns show two York County boroughs will allow alcohol sales.

Dillsburg voters approved a referendum ending the borough's dry spell by a more than 60 percent margin, with 229 people voting in favor of the measure.

Voters in Dallastown also approved a liquor referendum.

More than 200 voters, or more than half of those who came to the polls in the borough, approved the question.

The votes will allow restaurants to obtain liquor licenses from the state.

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