I'm looking for examples of communities, particularly in the Midwest, that have an ordinance (either as part of the Zoning Ordinance or elsewhere in the municipal code) that regulates the hours of operations of businesses. I have a client (a classic "streetcar suburb") with a small business district, that prohibits businesses from being open between 11 pm and 6 am. The district has been slowly evolving into more of an arts and entertainment district and the restaurant venues have been asking to be open later. In addition, a major redevelopment within the district contends that they have had difficulty attracting the right tenants due to the hours restrictions. I'm interested in knowing if the community 1) has such an ordinance, 2) what hours, and 3) do the restrictions apply to all businesses, or do they have different requirements for different businesses (i.e., restaurants with liqour licenses may be open later than retail uses, etc.). Any examples would be helpful. Thanks.