Voters in unincorporated Gwinnett will vote Nov. 6 to decide if alcoholic beverages should be available at restaurants on Sunday beginning at 11 a.m. File Potoh

Gwinnett voters will decide on earlier Sunday alcohol sales

Voters in unincorporated Gwinnett will vote Nov. 6 to decide if alcoholic beverages should be available at restaurants on Sunday beginning at 11 a.m. Currently eating establishments must wait until 12:30 p.m. to sell alcohol.

Earlier this year, the Georgia General Assembly passed Senate Bill 17, also known as the “Brunch Bill” to allow local counties an opportunity to issue a resolution requesting a referendum so that voters can decide.

At this time, the only Gwinnett cities planning to call a special election for this referendum are Duluth and Peachtree Corners.

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