Amid spring break uproar, Miami Beach mayor proposes 2 a.m. South Beach alcohol cutoff

MIAMI — Amid resident uproar about spring break and the South Beach party scene, Miami Mayor Dan Gelber is once again calling for a rollback of alcohol sales in the entertainment district — this time for 2 a.m. And if the City Commission won’t approve it, he said residents should place it on the November ballot themselves. Gelber, who proposed a midnight cutoff for alcohol sales in July, renewed his appeal to commissioners Tuesday hours after Miami Beach residents appeared before a county board to vent frustrations with the city’s nightlife industry. “While there are some who clearly will figh…

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