In a statement sent to local media, Asheville City Council member Cecil Bothwell highlights information from a report sent to Council by the North Carolina Alcoholic Beverage Control Commission and calls for the firing of Asheville ABC General Manager Curtis Canty and the city's ABC board, asserting that "the current Board is either incompetent or complicit in ongoing corruption." Bothwell also takes aim at fellow Council member Jan Davis, noting that maintenance on ABC vehicles was done by Davis' tire business while he was ABC liaison.
Yesterday marked the 75th anniversary of the ratification of the 21st Amendment, ending Alcohol Prohibition nationwide. That makes it an excellent time to celebrate one's right to personal enjoyment in the form of delicious, intoxicating beverages. For those looking for leads on local watering holes and drinks, the archive of Xpress' Bar Beat articles is an good place to start.
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