Legislative Update: Which L&E Bills Will Flourish Or Wilt As The Legislature Resumes Work After Spring Break?
Seyfarth Synopsis: When the Legislature reconvenes from Spring Break on April 10, 2023, it will resume consideration of the employment bills that were among the 2,600 introduced.
By Evan Symon 4/12
Los Angeles City Councilman Curren Price introduced a motion on Wednesday to increase the minimum wage for tourism workers from $16 an hour to $25 an hour.
Food Industry Policy
The Signal 4/12
Los Angeles County is seeking input from local business owners on its effort to create a permanent outdoor dining program in the unincorporated areas, a move that’s garnered support from local and regional business organizations.
Patch California 4/12
NEWPORT BEACH, CA — The Newport Beach Planning Commission will decide whether or not to allow a local restaurant to turn their temporary outdoor patio into a permanent one at their Thursday, April 20 meeting.
On the Side
Pasadena Now 4/13
Taste, see and experience Pasadena’s dynamic dining scene during the two-weeks-ling Dine LA Restaurant Week that launches April 28 and serves up culinary delights through May 12 at great Pasadena restaurants.
2023 Restaurant Resilience Grants Soon to be Available for Central and Southern California Independent Restaurants
SoCalGas’ $1 million donation to California Restaurant Foundation to support qualifying restaurants with $5,000 grants; applications open April 15 to May 7.