The Brigantine Economic Development Committee, along with Mayor Andy Simpson and City Manager Jim Bennett, have come up with a plan to help local restaurants and businesses spread out for the health and safety our community.
The City is moving forward with plans to ease local restrictions on outdoor seating.
Committee Chairman, Mike Riordan states "I've never been as happy welcoming a summer season before. The local bars and restaurants are submitting some very safe and creative plans so everyone can enjoy the delicious food and tasty beverages our local restaurants have to offer. “
The Committee is working with the Chamber of Commerce to make sure the City’s plans includes as many local businesses as possible.
“We know a lot of our local businesses are ready and prepared to open for the summer season and we want to make sure the City is in the best possible position to support them” said Riordan.
The City’s plans will start to take effect once the Governor lifts his restrictions and begins to reopen restaurants for in- person dining.
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