PCB’s March ordinances expire; alcohol once again allowed on beach

PANAMA Town Beach − With March in the city’s rear-see mirror, people and travelers can go back to experiencing the seashore without worrying about a listing of spring break-relevant procedures.

As of April 1 in Panama Town Beach front, a number of city bans lasting the thirty day period of March have expired. Precisely, they are drinking alcohol on the sandy beach front, getting liquor in commercial parking lots, and offering liquor just after 2 a.m.

The ordinances had been set in spot to control crowds of rowdy spring breakers who utilized to flock to the Beach front each and every yr for spring break.

As of April 1 in Panama City Beach, a few city bans lasting the month of March have expired. They are drinking alcohol on the sandy beach, having alcohol in commercial parking lots and selling alcohol after 2 a.m.

“I am in favor of currently being equipped to have a beer, a wine cooler or anything when you are sitting on the beach, primarily in the warm summertime,” Councilmember Mary Coburn stated. “(Nonetheless), we want to make certain that our people and our visitors are protected and have a very good time when they are browsing listed here, and these spring split ordinances that we have just give regulation enforcement yet another tool.”