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The Daily Prep List 07.06.2022


Are widespread layoffs coming? How the pandemic has changed employers’ recession strategy

Los Angeles Times 7/6

With the economy slowing, the post-pandemic surge is over for Wisconsin restaurant owner Patrick DePula and his four pizza and pasta places.

San Jose franchisees say state bill will put them out of business

San Jose Spotlight 7/5

Assembly Bill 257, co-authored by local Assemblyman Evan Low, envisions a state-appointed council to create standards for the fast-food industry, ranging from working conditions to wages. It would also make corporations jointly liable with their franchisees to comply with the law.

Food Industry Policy

Uptown Whittier compromises on new plan for outdoor dining

CBS LA 7/5

More change coming to Uptown Whittier as the city strikes a compromise for the contentious outdoor patios.

Castro Street businesses weigh in on permanent street closure proposal

Mountain View Voice 7/5

After more than two years of allowing a few blocks of Castro Street businesses to utilize the street for outdoor dining, the Mountain View City Council is taking steps to turn this temporary program into a permanent pedestrian mall.

On the Side

Where to eat this rare buttery, cheesy delight, plus nine other new Peninsula and South Bay restaurants

San Francisco Chronicle 7/6

June saw an exciting range of restaurant debuts in the Peninsula and South Bay food scenes.

17 executives on the move at restaurant companies in June

NRN 7/5

June was the month of presidents. Four were named last month alone in the restaurant industry, from Nextbite naming a new co-president to Scooter’s Coffee naming one for itself.

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