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CHAPTER 365 AN ACT TO AUTHORIZE THE QUALIFIED VOTERS OF THE TOWN OF PITTSBORO TO DETERMINE WHETHER WINE AND BEER MAY BE LEGALLY SOLD AND ALCOHOLIC BEVERAGE CONTROL STORES OPERATED IN THE TOWN OF PITTSBORO. The General Assembly of North Carolina do enact:
The governing body of the Town of Pittsboro is hereby authorized, in its discretion, to call a special election to be held on the question of whether wine and beer may be sold in the Town of Pittsboro for off-premise consumption, and whether Alcoholic Beverage Control Stores may be operated in said town. The governing body may call the special election to be held on such date as it may determine. The cost of the special election shall be paid from the general fund of the town.