Proposal would regulate alcohol sales in Santa Fe

Oct 29, 2012

Credit David Shankbone

A City Council member in Santa Fe is proposing rules for an area of his city that would regulate alcohol sales and create a healthier food zone by banning new restaurant drive-thrus.

The Albuquerque Journal reports (http://bit.ly/SngcJ0 ) that City Council member Carmichael Dominguez is trying to put strict rules in place governing certain types of businesses in the Airport Road area of southwest Santa Fe.

Dominguez says his proposal is an attempt to improve the area's quality of life.

The City Council is scheduled to vote on Dominguez's proposal in January.