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Borough of Lemoyne alcohol sales referendum, 2009

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There was a Borough of Lemoyne alcohol sales referendum on the May 19, 2009 ballot in Cumberland County in the borough of Lemoyne.[1] The referendum was approved.[2]

  • Yes: 519 (66.45%) Approveda
  • No: 262 (33.55%)

The plan would allow Lemoyne restaurants to sell liquor, which supporters claim is necessary for the revitalization of the downtown area. Two similar referenda failed in past years.[3]

Signature requirements

569 signatures were required, and 754 were submitted.[1]

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