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El Gobernador Wolf firma el proyecto de ley Cócteles para llevar

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first_img May 21, 2020 Bill Signing,  Español,  Press Release El Gobernador Tom Wolf firmó hoy el Proyecto de Ley 327 de la Cámara de Representantes, ahora Ley 21 de 2020, que permite la venta temporal de cócteles para llevar en bares, restaurantes u hoteles con licencia para la venta de bebidas alcohólicas. La ley entra en vigencia de inmediato.“Esta nueva norma de carácter temporal genera más ventas para los bares y restaurantes en un momento en que las necesitan, ayuda a satisfacer la demanda de los clientes y apoya el distanciamiento social”, dijo el Gobernador Wolf. “A medida que nos acercamos al fin de semana festivo, recomiendo a todos los residentes de Pennsylvania que recuerden beber con responsabilidad”.La ley corresponde a bares, restaurantes y hoteles que han perdido el 25% de las ventas totales mensuales promedio durante la emergencia por la COVID-19. Las bebidas deben venderse en recipientes con una tapa segura en cantidades que varían desde 4 oz. a 64 oz. antes de las 11 p.m. Se exige un sello adicional en la abertura para sorbetes en las tapas. En el plazo de 60 días, los bares y restaurantes deben usar un dispositivo de escaneo de transacciones para verificar la edad del consumidor si la persona parece ser menor de 35 años.“Nuestros restaurantes locales están trabajando arduamente para alimentar a nuestras comunidades durante este momento difícil”, dijo el Representante Perry Warren. “La Ley 21 agiliza el proceso para que los residentes decidan si permiten la venta de alcohol en un municipio ‘seco’ y permite que los restaurantes sumen otro producto para que sus clientes recojan y lleven desde la acera durante esta crisis. Agradezco al Gobernador Wolf y a mis colegas de ambos partidos por apoyar este proyecto de ley”.La norma de carácter temporal expira luego de que finalice la emergencia por desastre a causa de la COVID-19 y cuando una empresa alcance el 60% de su capacidad.Se aplica la ley de envases abiertos de Pennsylvania.Ver información adicional de la Junta de Control de Bebidas Alcohólicas de Pennsylvania.View this information in English. SHARE Email Facebook Twittercenter_img El Gobernador Wolf firma el proyecto de ley Cócteles para llevarlast_img read more

Newborn, Avgerinos miss opportunity to give SU doubles point

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first_img Published on March 30, 2014 at 8:36 pm Facing a 5-3 deficit with her partner Maria Avgerinos, Rhiann Newborn delivered two consecutive serves that kept the duo in its doubles match against North Carolina. But Newborn committed a double fault late in the match, a costly mistake that derailed SU’s chance at earning the doubles point.“It was frustrating. I should not have double-faulted that,” she said. Syracuse (3-10, 3-5 Atlantic Coast) lost 2-of-3 doubles matches and stood no chance in its 7-0 loss to No. 8 North Carolina (19-3, 8-1) on Sunday at Drumlins Tennis Club. The freshman pairing of Newborn and Avgerinos had the opportunity to capture its biggest victory since becoming a doubles team. But the lack of execution in the tiebreak was the difference against the battle-tested Tar Heels.AdvertisementThis is placeholder textSyracuse interim head coach Shelley George recognized that her freshmen squandered an opportunity against UNC’s Caroline Price and Whitney Kay, the 11th best doubles pairing in the country.“We were just a few points short of taking the doubles point, and that really would have helped us with the momentum going into the singles matches,” George said. Newborn and Avgerinos stayed loose and confident as they secured a 6-5 lead in the match. But North Carolina immediately roared back, tying the score and never allowing the freshmen to comfortably hold the lead.They responded by attacking the Tar Heels with aggressive serves, which gave the Orange a 7-6 lead. Instead of continuing in attack mode, though, Newborn and Avgerinos stayed conservative and that hurt their chances as the match wore on.North Carolina pushed it to a tiebreak by tying the game at 7-7, where Newborn and Avgerinos faltered and were never able to recover. “We really needed to close that match out,” George said. “When they were up 7-6, I think they got a little too defensive at that point. They needed to stay aggressive and close out the match.”In the tiebreak, UNC pounced on the inexperience of its opponents. The Tar Heels raced out to a three-point lead and placed plenty of pressure on the Orange.Avgerinos said it’s crucial to always move forward, and that Sunday’s loss is another reminder that you can’t show fear to your opponent.“One of the important things is showing your opponent that you’re never giving up,” she said, “so they don’t think that they can just walk over us.” Newborn attempted to turn the tide through her powerful serves, but her own miscues effectively ended SU’s chances of taking the doubles point. She had two miscalculated serves that led to a double fault, and a four-point advantage for North Carolina in the tiebreak. A month ago, she recorded a double fault against Virginia Tech and pulled out the victory. This time, though, Newborn was incapable of overcoming a crucial mistake against a Top-10 opponent.George recognizes the amount of pressure placed on Newborn as a freshman, and is confident she will use these matches as a learning experience moving forward.Said George: “Hopefully as she matures as a player, that kind of stuff won’t creep up in her game.” Comments Facebook Twitter Google+last_img read more