ELIMARA, New York (New York) – New York State Senator Tom Omara has called on Governor Kumo to extend the 10-hour curfew and restaurant ban for Sunday’s AFC Champions League match.
The game between accountants and executives will begin on Sunday at 6:40 p.m., and Omar said businesses that have been affected by the ban to serve fans after the game will leave a short window.
After the game, the senator is asking Kumom to allow damaged businesses in New York to remain open for at least 30 minutes.
Om Mara Bills says his question is not too long to ask how long the fans have been waiting for the AFC Championship game.
“Fans who spend their bills at their favorite institution tomorrow night don’t have to worry about the doors closing at the last minute or the game going into overtime. It’s a big night for both the fans and the venues, and they have to let the buyer play. This is not too much to ask fans who have been waiting 27 years for another AFC Championship game.
NYS Senator Tom Omara (R, C, IP) 58th Senate District