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Attorney General Gurbir S. Grewal announced April 26 that a Wildwood bar charged with repeatedly violating restrictions placed on eating and drinking establishments during the Covid pandemic has agreed to have its license to serve alcohol suspended for the entire summer

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At an April 20 Cape May City Council meeting, the city's governing body clarified possible confusion about open alcohol consumption on the city’s Promenade. The public consumption of alcohol is not allowed anywhere on the Promenade, without exception.

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City Council created a new hotel and motel liquor license, for which any hotel with more than 100 rooms would be eligible, after receiving a letter requesting it from an attorney representing Montego Bay Resort.

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Middle Township ended one vestige of an earlier era, when Middle Township Committee March 15 adopted an ordinance allowing the same hours for the sale or retail consumption of alcohol on Sunday, as on any other day of the week, 7 a.m. to 2 a.m.