SACRAMENTO Calif. Sacramento officials have proposed levying a fee on restaurants and other sellers of alcoholic beverages to help pay for additional police enforcement to curb nuisance problems. The measure, reportedly part of a routine zoning code update by the city, calls for an annual fee that would be used to fund a nuisance abatement program and an alcohol task force. The amount of the fee was not specified, but officials have discussed letting the City Council set a charge of ...
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