August 20, 2015 10:00 pm -


Clutchers  can now add “booze” to Bible and guns.

[Daytona Beach] Commissioners voted Wednesday night on whether or not to approve the plans. Only one, Commissioner Ruth Trager, voted against the range and restaurant’s application over concerns about determining whether or not potential customers are sober, felons or both.

So why the volatile mix? Aside from how loudly it screams #America, developer Ron Perkinson says his new establishment must sell alcohol in order to make money. Back in June, he told WKMG that workers would be trained just like cops to handle the rather unique crowds his establishment would attract.

“If they’re renting a handgun, or if they were bringing their own, they would do the paperwork, scan their ID,” Perkinson explained. “[Workers] will be trained to visually look at the person, look at their eyes [and] look at their pupils, just like an officer would.”



D.B. Hirsch
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