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Township OKs NAC Liquor License

The health club is seeking to serve alcohol once its outdoor aquatics facility opens in 2013.

Newtown Athletic Club members will likely be able to enjoy a cold beer by the pool next summer.

The township supervisors last week approved a liquor license transfer to the health club, which is currently in the midst of constructing an outdoor pool complex set to open in 2013. The transfer is awaiting final approval from the state.

According to BucksLocalNews.com, the supervisors approved a transfer of a liquor license from Milford Township to the NAC. The club intends to serve alcoholic beverages at the snack stand that will service the new outdoor aquatics facility.

The 18-acre resort-style pool complex will have features like sprays, slides and various elements. There will also be an adult pool and lounge area.

Click here for more details on the pool and when you can expect to see it open.

Mari December 10, 2012 at 11:12 PM
LOL You do sell those bottle holders for the bikes, right?
Newtown Mom December 11, 2012 at 09:43 PM
Becky- Is there ever an article on here where you don't whine about something? Don't like it, don't join the NAC.
MR December 12, 2012 at 01:01 AM
Liquor at a health club-- seriously?!?!? That's so absurd, and completely contrary to what they represent themselves as being. Of course a beer by the pool is nice, but if that's what you're looking for join a country club, not a fitness club!
MR December 12, 2012 at 02:58 PM
To: Linda Mitchell It is a bad idea. A liquor license does not fit into the prototype of a "fitness club." AND, you are forcing long-term patrons to cancel their memberships because they do not want to pay for this new addition. It is bad business; nothing more than money driven greed and development. At one time the industrial park was beautiful fields of wild flowers, now it has become about how many buildings developers can squeeze into one space. It's shameful!
Becky December 14, 2012 at 06:12 PM
Newtown mom I believe I'm entitled to comment freely as is everyone else here. I was actually a charter member of the Newtown Racquet Club years ago. The club has grown in leaps and bounds since then which is great. My concerns are valid and not "whining". If you have a problem with me stating my opinion, I'm sorry for you.

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