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Officials, including Tampa’s mayor, discussed implementing similar restrictions for bars in Tampa’s downtown district as those in Orlando. However, the mayor has since stated that she does not believe this approach would be effective.

During an interview with Mayor Caster, she expressed her desire for everyone to feel safe while visiting the area. City leaders are currently working to identify necessary changes in Ebore City and evaluating whether the stricter regulations in downtown Orlando could be applicable. Although both areas offer bars, restaurants, and events, what works in one location may not be suitable for the other due to varying zoning regulations and alcohol use restrictions. Last week, the Tampa Police Chief expressed interest in exploring Orlando’s downtown nightlife plan, which includes limitations on alcohol sales after midnight and special permits for businesses, along with increased off-duty police presence.

The Mayor has spoken with the Orlando Police Chief and believes there are multiple options to consider. However, no definite plan has been established yet. Ebore City visitors can expect to see an increased presence of law enforcement officers, as there was already a significant presence over the weekend. While there have been discussions about implementing a 1:00 a.m.

curfew following a recent mass shooting in Ebore City, no official proposal or ordinance has been made. Reporting live from Tampa, Annie Map for News Channel 8..

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