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Downtown Sees Increase in Outdoor Dining

June 22nd, 2020 by WCBC Radio

In the past three weeks the downtown mall in Cumberland has seen an increase in foot traffic as outdoor dining, followed by limited indoor dining were permitted for the first time since March. The reopening, particularly with the restaurant industry, comes with a strict list of COVID-19 guidelines including the wearing of masks by employees and by customers when they enter the dining area. Downtown Development Commission chair Sandra Saville reports that the reopening of dining has gone relatively smoothly, there have been a few issues created by out of state visitors when it comes to mask wearing protocols…

2 Responses to “Downtown Sees Increase in Outdoor Dining”

  1. June 23, 2020 at 5:38 am, Mark said:

    jfc, for DECADES no one complained when they had signs up saying ‘no shirt, no shoes, no service’! Now it’s a MAJOR assault to their CONSTITUTIONAL rights to have the FREEDOM to spread a disease to their fellow citizens! Like everyone who served gave their all so you can be a selfish, ignorant s.o.b. that doesn’t give a darn about anyone else? They turn a simple act to protect EVERYONE’S health into a moronic political litmus test of your moronic loyalty to a moronic freak show President. What the h-ll is wrong with these folks?? No need to answer that…


    • June 23, 2020 at 10:27 am, Lav said:

      > Mark you hit the nail on the head – you answered it yourself (“what is wrong with these folks?”): D.J.Trump, is the answer, the instigator, the activator, for all things moronic. PLEASE VOTE TO REMOVE THIS


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