Williamsburg residents band together to ban new bars

If some Williamsburg residents get their way, neighborhood drinking wells in the area may dry up.Locals are putting pressure on the state liquor authority to

WILLIAMSBURG - If some Williamsburg residents get their way, neighborhood drinking wells in the area may dry up.

Locals are putting pressure on the state liquor authority to stop issuing licenses in Williamsburg, where some people who live in the neighborhood claim they're being overrun with bars.

No one at the state liquor authority was available for comment Saturday.

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