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As the city Columbus asks restaurants to do more delivery rather than dine-in, it’s also trying to help limit that expense.
Columbus City Council on Monday will hear legislation that would cap the fees charged by food delivery companies to restaurants to 15% of the purchase price.
If approved the cap would last throughout the pandemic restrictions on restaurants plus an additional 120 days beyond that. It also prohibits delivery services from reducing pay or garnishing tips from delivery drivers…
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Columbus wants to make delivery more affordable for restaurants