Wednesday will be the last night for residents to speak up before a vote to have Sunday alcohol sales in the county is put on the ballot.
Newberry County Council will hold a public hearing and take the third and final reading to ask a ballot question about having the Sunday sales.
With the passage of the county ordinance the issue will be put to the voters in the November election.
If the vote passes in November the county will see the sale of alcohol in stores and restaurants on Sunday.
The City of Newberry will also vote for Sunday sales in restaurants and bars in September.
If the city vote passes and the county one does not then the sales will only be on site in the city limits.
But if the city vote is rejected and the one in the county passes all sales in restaurants, bars and stores will be allowed in all of the county including the towns.
If both are not passed there will be no sales.
Local merchants says the Sunday sales will keep business in the county instead of people going outside the county to purchase alcohol.
County councilman John Caldwell says alcohol is already being sold illegally on Sunday.
The Sunday sales could also increase the amount of taxes collected, come claim.
County council meets at 7 p.m. in the Courthouse Annex on College Street in Newberry.