Those crazy cats in Concord have gone and fired another shot heard 'round the bottled beverage world.
By 39 votes, the third session of Concord's annual Town Meeting last night voted to in single-serving polyethylene terephthalate (PET) water bottles of less than 1 liter (34 ounces).
The town's been down this road before. In 2010, Concord Town Meeting voted in support of a similar ban, but that one was . Petitioner .
This time around, enforcement provisions were written into the bylaw and Concord officials say they expect it to pass muster at Martha Coakley's office. If that happens, come Jan. 1, 2013, Concord could become the first town in the country to actually ban the sale of single-serving PET bottled water.
Lexington's good and green in many regards -- just yesterday, we posted video's of at and at -- but nothing quite so drastic as voting to ban plastic water bottles.
So, with that in mind, we want to know, What's your take on Concord Town Meeting voting (again) to ban the sale bottled water? Take our poll or let us know in the comment section below.