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Ontario turns up the heat with gifts of lamps, gear for restaurants

Guests at Berts Growler Garage enjoy lunch under a new outdoor heater. (Liliana Frankel/The Enterprise).

ONTARIO – Restaurants in Ontario got a little extra something this holiday season to keep their employees and guests warm.

The Ontario City Council in early December approved about $12,000 to buy tents, weights, wind walls, heaters, and propane tanks for restaurants looking to expand into outdoor dining . . .

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