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The Daily Prep List 6.01.2023


Which California bills will beat the deadline?

CalMatters 6/1

The end-of-week deadline to pass bills in their house of origin is only one day away, so legislators have been busy advancing a litany of measures.

Yes, you can be employed and homeless

Marketplace 6/1

What happens when you’re working but still can’t afford a place to live?

Food Industry Policy

How a Santa Barbara County community is cracking down on single use plastics

KCLU 6/1

It’s estimated there are over 5 trillion pieces of plastic in the ocean and the City of Goleta is cracking down on single-use plastics.

Fort Bragg City Council to consider keeping easy outdoor dining rules

The Mendocino Voice 6/1

FORT BRAGG, 5/31/23 — The Fort Bragg City Council will be asked to keep outdoor dining easier, while the rest of the county is headed back to pre-pandemic rules for tents.

On the Side

25 restaurants opened around Sacramento in May. Where to get tacos, tequila and Spanish wine

The Sacramento Bee 6/1

May brought some of the Sacramento region’s most interesting restaurant openings in recent memory, including a 17,000-acre farm taphouse, a Latin American refuge and a boundary-pushing midtown Korean spot.

Hometown High School Sweethearts Bring Cajun Cooking to Benicia

Comstock Magazine 5/26

The story of The Workshop, the popular 600-square foot Cajun-Creole walk-up restaurant in Benicia, starts with a teen romance between Danny Glassmaker and Naomi Buskirk more than 30 years ago.

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