Owners of bars, restaurants and clubs in Harvey are speaking out about enforcement actions they say threaten survival of their businesses and livelihoods of hundreds of employees. They are asking Mayor Christopher Clark to be more fair about collecting taxes and license fees and to allow businesses to operate during the pandemic. Clark said a recent audit uncovered a ordinance that required liquor license holders pay monthly excise taxes to the city. Liquor license holders said the excise taxes demanded by the city were equal to the amount of sales taxes they paid each month to the state.
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Steve Sisolak that people reconsider their plans to go out and celebrate. While shopping, gambling, drinking yard-long frozen cocktails and gawking at the sights, most everyone out in Sin City was wearing a face mask, though not all had them covering their mouth and nose, as recommended by health experts. Casinos have abided by state rules by spacing out chairs at slot machines and installing acrylic partitions separating people standing around craps and blackjack tables, but inside the casino corridors that snake past the gambling floors there were many areas where there were too many people strolling through to abide by social distancing guidelines. They give us more money than they usually would. The tourist-dependent economy of Las Vegas has been pummeled this year because of the coronavirus, leaving officials like Sisolak urging people, especially locals, to stay home, while still trying to draw visitors to the glitzty city.