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Waynesville will consider establishing a social district

If adopted by Town Council, Waynesville's Main Street would be the heart of the town's social district. If adopted by Town Council, Waynesville's Main Street would be the heart of the town's social district. File photo

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The DWC came to a similar conclusion about the district’s hours of operation, opting to recommend 10 a.m. to 10 p.m. every day.

The proposed physical district, which per legislation must be clearly labeled, includes all of Main Street from Pigeon Street to Walnut Street, including Church, Miller and Depot streets up to Montgomery Street, which is not included in the district.

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