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Published: 12/03/2013

SPURRING GROWTH — A northeast Ohio city is hoping the addition of 15 new liquor licenses will help spur new growth in its downtown business district. According to The Tribune Chronicle, officials in the city of Warren recently discussed the boundaries of a new revitalization district in an 87-acre area. The district, which could include up to 15 D-5 liquor premises, would be a direct result of legislation passed earlier this year by the Ohio General Assembly which allows cities with populations of less than 50,000 to be eligible for such districts.