DAYTONA BEACH, Fla. – Bars and restaurants in Daytona Beach are currently allowed to stay open until 3 a.m.
but the mayor is looking to change that to 2 a.m. Mayor Derrick Henry brought the topic up during the March 17 city commission meeting.
Before Wednesday’s meeting, commission members were expected to get crime statistics they wanted to go over before having the discussion about possibly changing the times. “We are the only city in Volusia County that has the last call for alcohol exceed the 2 o’clock limit,” Henry said during the meeting in March. [TRENDING: Teen diagnosed with disorder after vaccine | Video: Gators ‘getting to know each other’ | Disney relaxes mask policy] The mayor said bars closing an hour earlier could cut down onRead more on clickorlando.com