Two Restaurants Opening
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Several businesses across the state are openly defying orders and have reopened the doors. Two businesses in Clearfield County are reopening their dining rooms .

We have what the owners say and what put them on the brink to make this decision?

The choice was hard to make Priscilla Brown, owner of Billy's Burgerland, says she's been operating via takeout and delivery since the start of the pandemic.

She says it's been hard making ends meet and it's time to make a change.

On Saturday, she will reopen her dining room to customers.

While it wasn't an easy decision to make she says she's afraid of losing everything she has.

Brown says they'll only allow 20 customers into the dining room they'll abide by the CDC's guidelines to keep customers and employees safe.

Another restaurant to reopen their dining room on Saturday, Spanky's Courthouse Cafe.

The owner says business has been slow and there was no other choice to make.

"It's been a big loss for everybody. We want to make sure we can continue on like we were before, our small town businesses. Everyone that comes into this restaurant is like family and it's breaking apart and it's just terrible."

Clearfield County District Attorney Ryan Sayers says he won't prosecute businesses that reopeon that follow the cdc's guidelines. But he says those businesses can be subject to fines.