No Liquor Sales After 9 PM
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Dear Neighbors,

Mayor Lightfoot has announced a temporary ban on liquor sales after 9 p.m. The ban will remain until the state-wide stay at home order is lifted. Business owners who do not comply will face $500 fines and could find their liquor licenses revoked.

Here's a summary of the rules prohibiting alcohol sales after 9pm:

The City of Chicago issued Public Health Order 2020-05 which prohibits the sale of alcohol from any licensed establishment from 9 p.m. until the hour at which the licensee is permitted to begin alcohol sales the following day. This prohibition also applies to alcohol orders for pick-up and carry-out. Alcohol deliveries to retail customers must also cease daily at 9 p.m. This prohibition begins April 9, 2020.
 
  • This applies to all licensed alcohol retailers, including Tavern, Consumption on Premises – Incidental Activity, Package Goods and Caterer’s liquor licensees.
 
  • Establishments that are licensed to conduct other “essential business activities” as permitted under Governor Pritzker’s Stay-At-Home Order, such as food or medicine sales, may continue that activity after 9 p.m. provided that they cease the retail sale of alcohol.
 
  • Licensed establishments must display a sign reflecting the prohibition of alcohol sales after 9 p.m., which can be downloaded here.
CARA Urges Safe Running: Wear A Mask

The Chicago Area Runners Association (CARA) has taken a stance unsafe running. CARA urges everyone to practice safe social distancing and to commit to wearing a mask.

Watch this video from CARA Executive Director Greg Hipp showing how to run safely during this pandemic.

If you choose to run:
  • Begin your run from home.
  • Do not run with other. NO groups!
  • Don't run where you are unable to maintain safe physical distancing - find new routes.
  • Make room for safe passing.
  • Run with a mask or face covering.

Thank you, CARA! CARA started right here in Lincoln Park, and we're glad they are urging everyone to wear a mask. Post and Send us your picture wearing a mask and tag #43WearsMasks.
Know Your Rights and Responsibilities: Information for Businesses and Workers During COVID19
TODAY, April 9
2:00 p.m.

The City of Chicago Department of Business of Affairs and Consumer Protection's (BACP) Director of Labor Standards will present an overview of laws and rules for businesses as well as worker's rights during the COVID-19 outbreak.   Click here  to register.
Have a wonderful Passover,






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