Patrons drink on the front sidewalk patio at The Anchor Bar in August in downtown Raleigh. The city council on Tuesday scrapped rules requiring businesses to erect above-ground barriers like stanchions around outdoor dining areas.
Patrons drink on the front sidewalk patio at The Anchor Bar in August in downtown Raleigh. The city council on Tuesday scrapped rules requiring businesses to erect above-ground barriers like stanchions around outdoor dining areas. Jill Knight The News and Observer
Patrons drink on the front sidewalk patio at The Anchor Bar in August in downtown Raleigh. The city council on Tuesday scrapped rules requiring businesses to erect above-ground barriers like stanchions around outdoor dining areas. Jill Knight The News and Observer

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