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Group of Annapolis restaurant owners asks for a break on liquor license renewal fees amid COVID pandemic

February 18, 2021

A group of Annapolis restaurants has requested the city reduce their liquor license renewal fees to help lagging revenues from the coronavirus pandemic. If approved, the move could cost roughly $467,000 the city receives annually from these fees, further worsening its budget constraints. The group, led by Anthony Clark, who co-owns Galway Bay, first approached Alderwoman Elly Tierney, D-Ward 1, last month with the request, she said.

Article Source: Baltimore Sun

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