VIDEO: Cocoa Beach City Leaders Consider Limiting Alcohol On the Beach

By  //  October 21, 2017

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ABOVE VIDEO: City leaders said they are looking into the rules in effect at St. Pete Beach, where alcohol is only allowed if it is served at a hotel.

BREVARD COUNTY • COCOA BEACH, FLORIDA (WFTV) – When beachgoers walk onto Cocoa Beach, there are signs that greet them and lay out the rules: no animals, no glass bottles and no bonfires.

What people can do, though, is crack open a cold beer. For now, at least.

The city has been looking into limiting alcohol on the beach, which officials say is part of a larger plan to cut down on littering and parking issues downtown.

City leaders said they are looking into the rules in effect at St. Pete Beach, where alcohol is only allowed if it is served at a hotel.

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