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The Daily Prep List 06.28.2022


Opinion: California restaurant board plan would increase prices

The Mercury News 6/28

Over the past two years, COVID’s effects on small businesses have been profound. I am one of the lucky ones — a restaurant owner that made it through the pandemic.

These restaurant companies will pay for employees to travel for abortions

Restaurant Business 6/24

Starbucks, DoorDash, Grubhub and Yelp are offering to cover employees’ travel expenses to get abortions and other medical procedures that have been banned in their home states.

Food Industry Policy

Disposable cup tax takes effect July 1 in Santa Cruz County

The Mercury News 6/28

SANTA CRUZ – With the recent passage of Measure C, Santa Cruz County officials are reminding residents and businesses in unincorporated areas that a 25-cent single-use cup fee will be implemented on Friday, July 1.

State Street Business Owners May Start Paying Rent for Outdoor Dining Areas

Noozhawk 6/27

Santa Barbara is considering charging downtown restaurants a rental fee to have outdoor dining, according to a proposal to be considered by the City Council on Tuesday.

On the Side

El Pollo Loco Coo Miguel Lozano To Retire

Restaurant Business 6/27

El Pollo Loco COO Miguel Lozano is retiring, though he’s likely sticking around for a bit.

California restaurant association toasts Lynne Davidson of Tito’s Tacos

LA Weekly 6/27

Lynne Davidson, the granddaughter of  Tito’s Tacos original 1959 founder Benjamin Davidson and who still runs the restaurant daily, recently received the Elizabeth Burns Lifetime Achievement Award from the California Restaurant Association at a gala dinner at the Hotel Casa del Mar.

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