Summary: ‘ Fox News previously reported that the bill, put advance forward by Councilwoman Cindy Bass, focuses on “stop-and-go” convenience stores that act more care for bars than the restaurants they’re licensed to be, selling beer, and shots of liquor over with the counter and attracting crowds that final end up becoming public nuisances, according to lawmakers. The city’s Public Health, and Human Services Committee passed a bill that enables Philadelphia’s Department of Licenses and Inspections to regulate the bullet-resistant barricades that stand between customers and cash registers in numerous neighborhood corner stores, according to Fox 29. Bass told Fox News that in “more than 90 percent of cases they’re breaking the law in terms of operating outside of the requirement of their license.” Bass said the bulletproof glass, and partitions at some of these businesses are a concern of the city’s health department, as if a customer is choking, or having an allergic reaction, a barrier Why ought to stand in the way of safety.
“Thousands of businesses operate in the exact same exact neighborhoods with no Plexiglass,” she told Fox News, mentioning stores care for Rite-Aid, and barber shops. The chairman of the Asian American Licensed Beverage Association of Philadelphia, which represents 217 ‘beer delis’ in the city, also said almost all of the businesses being targeted “are in not-as-safe neighborhoods.” A completely full to capacity council vote is slated, for Thursday, December 14, according to Fox 29….Read The Full Article Here
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