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Cape May City Council’s Sept. 7 agenda contained an ordinance introduction that, if adopted, would've ended the ability of local businesses to use public rights of way or parking lots for the support of outdoor dining in October. 

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Avalon Borough Council June 9 introduced a broad smoking ban that applies to the smoking of tobacco and cannabis products, and includes the use of electronic smoking devices. 

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Cape May City Council June 1 introduced an ordinance that would continue to permit outdoor dining while requiring that it end at 10 p.m. The combination of seats allocated to outdoor and indoor dining cannot exceed the total seats approved in the establishment’s mercantile license.  

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Lights twinkle from trees, shrubs, houses, and businesses while shoppers chat in groups or stroll the Washington Street Mall’s decorated shops, almost like a normal year. However, 2020 has been anything but normal, and the usual holiday celebrations are no different.