MIAMI BEACH Fla. The City Commission here unanimously approved the first of two necessary votes for a new ordinance that would limit hotel restaurant seating to the number of rooms in hotels in the area’s South of Fifth neighborhood, the exclusive, southernmost tip of South Beach. Current law allows for 299 people for any establishment serving alcohol. Hoteliers and developers are opposed to the ordinance, saying it would limit future business.City code in this largely residential ...

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