The public domain is police responsibility. That's why we pay tax dollars. I agree that you do not want a bouncer mixing it up in the streets and in parking lots. If this law passes I foresee a bouncer being attacked in a dimly lit lot. Remember, they don't carry anything to protect themselves besides their fists (maybe pepper spray). Further, if a bouncer tells me to get off a sidewalk I'm not going to listen to him since he does not have the authority to move me from the public space. Employees are going to be hurt and business will be sued. This is dumb.
The man is a Charleston gem
I visited once and stood at the corner of the bar while the bartender chatted with his friends. I was with a group of 6 and there were 9 visible people, including the bartender, in the whole place. My group and I walked out after waiting what we deemed too long to even be acknowledged. I won't go back to the "PING PONG" bar with 2 tables unless things change up.
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