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Albany, New York, In January 2011, Albany Mayor Jennings, citing increased police calls in the wee hours, asked Albany bar owners to consider closing voluntarily at 2 a.m., saying, "It's my conclusion that between 2 and 5 (a.m.) not a lot of good things happen." Arguing that those hours are their most lucrative, bars in the college district, downtown and Lark Street areas refused to close early. State law mandates that alcohol sales stop at 4 a.m., though counties may enact earlier closing times; Albany's, like all other counties' in the Capital Region, is 4 a.m.
Hon Brian Scavo said"
"I am shocked that one of our councilman voted for this law and did not think it of the impact it would have in this shaky up state economy and did not think it would be imposed,
and that our beloved Mayor would let such a law be enforced, it's no wonder of the mass exodus of business's leaving downtown Albany, every week a new bar or restaurant closing."
Hon. Brian scavo