N.J. town’s occupancy limits amid COVID are so low they are ‘downright ridiculous,’ bar says in lawsuit

A Morristown bar that had its outdoor license revoked for overcrowding in the middle of the coronavirus pandemic has filed suit against the town over what it calls unreasonable occupancy limits. “This action seeks to address (Morristown’s) arbitrary, capricious, unreasonable, and unconstitutional attacks on plaintiff’s business,” DeHart Associates states in a lawsuit filed March 25 in Superior Court in Morris County. DeHart owns Tashmoo Restaurant & Bar, which had its outdoor dining license revoked in June 2020 after town officials accused the owners of violating New Jersey’s COVID-19 health g…

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