New York City's nightlife scene is pulsating with a new rhythm, and it's not just the bass booming from nightclubs. Mayor Eric Adams has rolled out a revamped approach to how city agencies interact with bars, restaurants, music venues, and dance clubs, shifting the focus from punitive measures to education and collaboration.
The outdated "MARCH" program, characterized by unannounced inspections and potential hefty fines, is fading into the past. In its place rises "CURE," a system prioritizing "Compliance Under Responsive Engagement." This new philosophy emphasizes proactive outreach, clear communication, and a helping hand to ensure businesses. . .