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Latest News for Newtown (Unincorporated County Area), MA

Boston Mayor Marty Walsh refiles bills to reduce regulations on local businesses, extend city's bar hours past 2 a.m.
MassLive.com Boston, MA
January 19, 2015

Boston Mayor Martin J. Walsh is backing 56 different bills at the start of the new legislative session, including one that would allow the city's bars to stay open well past their current 2 a.m. last call.

Walsh, with the help of Belmont State Sen. William Brownsberger and Dorchester State Rep. Evandro Carvalho, refiled a bill called An Act Modernizing the Business Licensing Process to not only allow bars to stay open as late as 4 a.m., but to do away regulations on things like billiards tables and fortune tellers.

The push to extend the hours that bars can legally serve in Boston is part of a broader effort by Walsh's administration that began soon after he took office to make the city more appealing to young professionals.

“After 17 years in the legislature and...  Read More