TOWSON, Md. (WJZ) — It’s a way to help get live music back into entertainment venues in Baltimore County.

County Executive Johnny Olszewski announced an act Monday that will help musicians and performers hurt by the coronavirus pandemic.

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The “Note Act” will expand the number of businesses eligible to apply for a live musical entertainment permit, including almost all restaurants and bars.

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The bill will be introduced during Monday night’s County Council session.

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CBS Baltimore Staff