Frisco Chamber Wants Alcohol Sales For Northern Part Of City

FRISCO (CBSDFW.COM) – The City of Frisco is wanting to crack open a cold one.

Alcohol cannot be sold or served in the northern part of Frisco between Panther Creek Parkway and 380, west of the Dallas North Tollway.

The President of the Frisco Chamber of Commerce hopes that changes during the November election.

KRLD’s Emily Trube Reports:

Tony Felker says companies are already interested in building stores and restaurants in that area, and are interested in this newest section of Frisco becoming wet – like the rest of the city is.

14,0000 signatures were required to get the two alcohol options on the ballot in November, and Felker says they have managed to get more than enough.

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One Comment

  1. YRofTexas says:

    Guess not enough traffic fatalities related to alcohol use on this side of Frisco yet, huh? Better get a-movin’ and get the votes in for an alcohol permitting all-points of Frisco enacted!

    Hmmm. Seems like I keep getting newscasts of on-going “driving the wrong way” on our major tollways due to alcohol use. Seems we don’t get enough of this, right, Mr. Frisco Chamber of Commerce?

    Statistics just don’t sink in, do they?

  2. John says:

    Frisco is corrupt.
    They let businesses run the county.
    There are monopolies all over the place.
    We have so many cops on payroll…they just hide out like Hazard County!

    Don’t MOVE HERE, don’t visit here, don’t give this city your business

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