MOORESTOWN, NJ — Moorestown Council unanimously approved a proposal to issue and regulate plenary retail licenses as some residents continued to object to the idea of bringing liquor stores into the township Monday night.
“This is more important than what can be decided by five members of a council,” resident Roger Boyell said during the public comment portion of Monday night’s meeting. “I ask you to put this to a vote for another referendum.”
The first referendum took place in 2011, and involved two questions. By approving Question 1, voters elected to open the township—dry since the early part of