Pizza Hut, Williston’s latest eatery, may not depend on beer and wine sales for its success but it would like to offer its patrons the option of a drink with their meals.
On Jan. 7, the restaurant’s management asked council to look at its ordinance that prohibits the sale of alcohol within 300 feet of a church.
Pizza Hut, located on Noble Avenue, is close to two storefront churches and therefore cannot sell beer or wine to its customers.
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