BERKELEY Calif. City officials in Berkeley, Calif., reportedly are cracking down on restaurant operators who host parties that exceed their property’s capacity. Following a string of overly crowded parties that culminated in street fights and gunfire, Berkeley officials said they would be sending letters this week to restaurant operators warning them of heavy fines if they violate land-use permits or break fire codes, according to local media reports.The letter cites concerns about ...

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