The sale of liquor is now permitted within 100 feet of the boardwalk in Wildwood. Commissioner Pete Bryon told In Depth with Denis Brown on Fun 106.7 on Sunday that the commission voted to strike one portion of an ordinance that kept an establishment from having a liquor license there. The city began to allow liquor sales on the boardwalk last year. Byron said some businesses were interested in making an investment near the street ends at the boardwalk, but this part of the ordinance had kept them from doing this.
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