Atlantic Beach, Fla. -- Talk about the luck of the Irish!
After Atlantic Beach code enforcement issued Culhane's Irish Pub a citation for their Irish flag, they're getting it back just in time for St. Patrick's Day.
"We love this country and we're proud that we're able to hang both American and Irish," said Mary Jane Culhane's, co-owner of Culhane's Irish Pub.
In a meeting Monday night, the city commission voted to suspend the ban on the non-American flag temporarily.
The City of Atlantic Beach, has been working on the ordinance for the past month but were pushed to make a temporary move after receiving international attention.
"The City of Atlantic Beach has always been really good to us just unfortunate this ordinance had prohibited us from wearing the flag," Aine Culhane, co-owner Culhane Irish Pub said.
The suspension is expected to last until May so the city can work on re-writing the verbiage of the
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