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Outdoor music in Uptown will stay on late

A Minneapolis city council member proposed an ordinance that would require outdoor music to end at 10:00 p.m. on patios in Uptown. KSTP-TV reports that area bar owners quickly banded together and negotiated a compromise that would allow music outside until later in the evening.
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A Minneapolis city council member proposed an ordinance that would require outdoor music to end at 10:00 p.m. on patios in Uptown. KSTP-TV reports that area bar owners quickly banded together and negotiated a compromise that would allow music outside until later in the evening.

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