The voters of Cedar Bluff have spoken with their ballots – and Cedar Bluff will remain `Wet`. During the Tuesday, June 1st Alcohol Referendum a total of 478 votes were cast with 365 of those going into the Yes column and only 113 winding up in the No column – meaning alcohol sales will remain in Cedar Bluff by a margin of more than 3-to-1.

Alabama allows municipalites located in "Dry Counties" such as Cherokee County to opt out and allow alcohol sales. 

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