Melbourne City Council to reintroduce outdoor dining fees | 7NEWS

Melbourne city council to reintroduce outdoor dining fees | 7news

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Cafes and restaurants say they’ve been hit with an iron fist over a decision to charge them to keep their outdoor dining. Melbourne City councillors voted to reinstate the fees, and customers are set to pick up the bill.

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