City wants restrictions on buying ‘high-octane’ booze

Seattle hopes a ban on ‘high-octane booze’ will help curb chronic street drunks.

The city is working with distributors to create a voluntary plan to stop the sales of some alcohol products, including fortified beer and wine, between 6:00a.m. and 1:00p.m.

The pilot program would start in Lake City, and potentially Beacon Hill and SODO neighborhoods.

It would not include bars and restaurants.

The program could start as early as May.

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