Dillsburg has been a dry town for as long as most people there remember. But come May 21, voters will decide whether it should stay that way.
Despite the Mayor's objections, Town Council voted to put a referendum on the primary ballot.
With the referendum, voters would be asked whether certain areas in Dillsburg, like the Route 15 corridor, should be able to have liquor licenses.
Liquor licenses would not be permitted in Dillsburg's Downtown Square.
In order to make the ballot, 292 signatures need to be collected on a petition by March 11.