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Alabama Not Happy With Tuscaloosa’s New Alcohol Policy
by Larry Leo
February 14, 202230 Comments
Andrew Weber-USA TODAY Sports
According to The Spun, Alabama athletics announced Monday it “will not be moving forward with alcohol sales at this time” thanks to a new service fee approved by the Tuscaloosa City Council last week. During a meeting on February 8, the Tuscaloosa City Council okayed a public service fee for “ticketed events of at least 1,000” where alcohol is sold. The fee will be increased depending on capacity. Alcohol was scheduled to be available soon at Coleman Coliseum, but that plan has been suspended pending review of the new ordinance...
According to a report from the Tuscaloosa News, the scale for the new service fee is as follows...
• $1 per ticket sold at any event with the capacity of 1,000 to 19,999 people;
• $2 per ticket sold at any event with a capacity of 20,000 to 49,999 people; and
• $3 per ticket sold at any even with the capacity of 50,000 people or greater.
Filed Under: Alabama Sports