Dear Editor: I read with interest the headline for a story in the Atlanta paper.' It read, "Cities loosen alcohol rules to draw business." The story said, in part, "In the past year, a growing number of metro Atlanta's suburban communities, including Snellville, Suwanee, Lilburn and Grayson, have relaxed their liquor laws." A pizza place in Snellville says business is up since the town okayed liquor sales on Sunday. "Some are raising a glass to Sunday sales; others are sanctioning open containers during special events; still others are popping the top on beer festivals." County Commission members who are unaware of what other communities are doing might want to take note. Often the route to success for a business and a community is to follow someone who has been successful.
Bob Furnad, Covington