Do You Have an Issue with Weis Market Serving Alcohol?
Once it was approved that Weis Market will be able to serve beer and wine when it opens, many people voiced their opinions on the issue.
Earlier this month the Upper Moreland Board of Commissioners approved the liquor license for the new Weis Supermarket in the Marketplace at Huntingdon Valley Shopping Center.
Weis will take over for the previous tenant Pathmark, with the biggest difference being that it will serve beer and wine in its lunch café.
Upper Moreland Commissioners Joseph Lavalle and Kevin Spearing voted against it, but it was ultimately approved by way of vote.
The announcement sparked numerous comments and conversations among residents on Patch and through Social Media. Customers are allowed to carry out up to 192-fluid ounces, or the equivalent to two 6-packs. Some people like the idea of having a two-drink maximum and a place to purchase to alcohol, while others feel it will create problems.
So how do you feel about the ability to purchase and consume alcohol in a supermarket? Good or bad idea?
The store is expected to open sometime during the summer into the fall.