Oldham County Tourism Hosts Alcohol Ordinance Forum
Business owners and organizations in Oldham County are invited to attend a County Alcohol Ordinance Forum on Monday, April 13th at Open Range Sports in Crestwood at 4pm. The Oldham County Tourism Commission is hosting this Forum in conjunction with the Oldham County Police Department as a way to educate business owners and organizations in the community about the local alcohol and beverage ordinance enacted March 2, 2004. The hope is that local businesses will walk away with a better understanding of the ordinance’s details and limitations.
The Tourism Commission is working hand-in-hand with Assistant Chief of Police Lt. Colonel Billy Way, the local ABC Enforcer with the Oldham County Police Department, in coordinating the Forum. Also in attendance will be Magistrate Bob Deibel from Fiscal Court, Matt Lay – State ABC Enforcer for Oldham County, and Sandra Watts – State ABC Director of Education.
Rarely does a community have the opportunity to meet with both local and state ABC professionals in one place, so we encourage all businesses to take advantage of this opportunity. If you own a restaurant or catering company, plan events in Oldham County where alcohol would be served, or are considering hosting an event that might have an interest in serving alcohol, you are strongly encouraged to attend. This Forum will address your questions about what it means to be a “moist” county.
Open Range Sports is located in the old skating rink building behind Crestwood Station Shopping Center in Crestwood. If you plan to attend Monday, April 13th, we ask that you RSVP by email at Director@TourOldhamCounty.com or by cell at 817.6043 for space planning purposes.