Georgia town considers cameras for liquor stores

BYRON — Leaders in a central Georgia town are considering a measure that would require some liquor stores to install security cameras.

Byron's city council heard the first reading Monday of an ordinance that would require such businesses to install the cameras and make images available to police in the event of a crime.

The ordinance would apply to businesses that sell alcoholic beverages packaged to go. It also outlines potential monthly inspection of the cameras by law enforcement authorities.

A vote on the measure could come next month.


kevin 3 years ago

Sounds more like a bad zoning decision by the politicians and not a camera problem. Are we going to have cameras in every bathroom next? Quite allowing liquor stores in the city idiots. Try opening something else in its place.


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