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Chandler cuts liquor license fees to help restaurants, bars hit by Coronavirus

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By Mike Sunnucks | Rose Law Group Reporter

The city of Chandler is cutting liquor license renewal fees and is pushing back their due dates by three months to help bars and restaurants hit hard by COVID-19.

The Chandler City Council approved the actions Thursday after being recommended by City Manager Marsha Reed.

“This is an easy way to help a lot of businesses,” said Mayor Kevin Hartke.“It’s not a lot of money for each individual business, but it adds up and will be a welcome respite for each and every one of the businesses that are impacted.”

Liquor license renewals will be cut by 50 percent for 2020. They usually range between $300 and $1,000.

Chandler has extended the due date for liquor license renewals to September 30th with no late fee penalties. They were originally due by June 30th.

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