Saturday 30 September 2023

24 Of 81 Municipalities Said No To “Ley Seca” (Prohibition)

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24 of the 81 cantones across the country will allow the sale of alcohol on September 15
24 of the 81 cantones across the country will allow the sale of alcohol on September 15

(QCOSTARICA) 24 of 81 municipalities (cantones) across the country said “no” to the Ley Seca (prohibition) for independence day, on Thursday.

The Unión Nacional de Gobiernos Locales (UNGL) – union of local governments – this afternoon (Wednesday) released of list of municipalities where beer, wine and liquor will be flowing.

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San José province:

  • Alajuelita
  • Desamparados
  • Escazú
  • León Cortés
  • Mora (Cuidad Colon)

Alajuela province:

  • Atenas
  • Guatuso
  • Palmares
  • San Carlos

Heredia province:

  • San Rafael
  • Sarapiquí

Cartago province:

  • La Unión
  • Oreamuno

Guanacaste province:

  • Abangares
  • Carrillo
  • Nicoya
  • Santa Cruz (includes the town of Tamarindo)

Limón province:

  • Guácimo
  • Pococí
  • Talamanca
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Puntarenas province:

  • Coto Brus
  • Buenos Aires
  • Golfito
  • Quepos

There could be some last-minute changes as some municipal councils have yet to report their decision either way.


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