Governor signs Apopka liquor license bill

Governor signs Apopka liquor license bill

A local bill that could help with entertainment development in the downtown Apopka area got Gov. Ron DeSantis’ blessing Monday evening.

The Governor signed HB 1431, a local bill that came out of the Orange County’s House delegation, led by Republican Reps. Rene Plasencia and Keith Truenow. The bill expands the availability of “quota licenses” for liquor and other alcoholic beverages by restaurants in the city’s Community Redevelopment Agency District.

It allows for new liquor licenses to be obtained for restaurants with at least 1,800 square feet of space, seating for at least 80, and which get the majority of their revenue from food or non-alcoholic beverages.

Such licenses sell on the mark...

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