Guidance as of June 23, 2021:
The Governor today announced that the emergency declaration that began last March will expire after June 24; as a result, all associated executive orders will be extinguished at that time.
This will mean the end of the temporary to-go and delivery privileges for bars, restaurants, and manufacturers, and the resumption of those privileges only as they exist under the law, e.g., on premises retailers may sell beer, cider, and mead to go or for delivery, and manufacturers may generally make sales only to persons physically at the premises.
With regard to temporary extensions of the licensed premises on to municipal property, there is a legislative bill pending consideration. In view of that, the Authority intends to extend a safe harbor to licensees that are currently operating on municipal land that is part of a municipal plan that has been approved by the Authority.