Bellevue city council is considering the adoption of an ordinance to designate the entirety of Fairfield Avenue as an entertainment district.

The designation allows for the sale of alcoholic beverages within the common areas of the entertainment district, and also allows for patrons at one spot to leave, drink in hand, and walk outdoors with the drink.

Upon approval from city council, the issue is sent to the Kentucky Department of Alcoholic Beverage Control for a license.

“The idea is, when we have Shop Bellevue and other events on the Avenue, we want a lot of people to have a good time on the Avenue,” Mayor Charlie Cleves said. “They could go get a drink and walk out to the other stores.”

Beverages would be

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