PLEASANT GROVE -- City councilmembers in Pleasant Grove have decided to allow Sunday beer sales at convenience stores, but not at drive-through windows.
The Daily Herald reports (http://bit.ly/s3eC27 ) the 4-1 vote came Tuesday night, amid some residents' complaints that the city was overstepping its boundaries by proposing a ban on the alcohol sales.
City Attorney Tina Petersen said the law technically permits Sunday beer sales at places outside of restaurants, such as convenience stores. But virtually all store owners were choosing not to sell on Sunday.
Mayor Bruce Call had said the ban would align with Pleasant Grove's culture and character.