To some, it might be a small change; a sign removed.
But the sign had four exclamation points and it was taken seriously: “No alcoholic beverages beyond this point!!!!”
So when the sign came down, there was a certain amount of celebration in some circles.
No longer is there a line of demarcation in the middle of the wildly popular Mitote Food Park delineating where customers can drink a beer and where they cannot.
The folks at the California Department of Alcoholic Beverage Control, the agency that required Mitote have the odd booze boundary, dropped that requirement last week.
“We are excited,” Mitote operations manager Al Lerma said.
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