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EAST GREENWICH â€” A notable establishment on Main Street is about to gain a second life.
Members of the East Greenwich Town Council unanimously approved the applications for both a victualing license and an entertainment license for Normanâ€™s Tap and Restaurant Monday evening at Swift Community Center, more than five months after the half-century-old business was closed down due to an excessive debt.
Sharon Hazard, the daughter of Normanâ€™s Tap owner Norman Harris, Jr. who approached the Council several times over the course of three months during the winter, stood before the four-member government body (sans Councilman Brad Bishop) Monday evening with much more optimism and excitement in that her familyâ€™s business has a second chance.
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