Marshall, MN (KMHL) The city of Marshall is doing what it can to help struggling bars and restaurants during yet another closure. At Tuesday’s city council meeting, the vote was unanimous to wave the on-sale liquor license fees for the first 6 months of 2021. The council also unanimously approved a motion that would reimburse a portion of on-sale liquor license fees through for 2020 to be calculated through December 31st, instead of just the four weeks of the current closure. Council member James Lozinski said it wasn’t certain that bars and restaurants would be able to open up after the the four week window and could be closed into 2021. The assistance given to bars and restaurants on Tuesday was on top of assistance the council already gave earlier in the year holding off collecting fees for the second half of 2020 and prorating license fees.