The Madison City Commission is extending the timeline on a resolution limiting the number of patrons who can be inside or outside of the city’s casinos, bars, and restaurants, based on CDC guidelines regarding the COVID-19 pandemic. On Monday, commissioners adopted a resolution extending the restrictions of allowing ten patrons inside or outside of these establishments until May 22nd. The original resolution, passed by commissioners earlier this month, had set the date at May 4th.
Police Chief Justin Meyer told commissioners that there have not been any citations issued yet for violating the resolution.
Violators of the resolution can face a fine of two-hundred dollars per violation.