A Angels The bar owner was fighting in tears on Friday, claiming that Mayor Eric Garcetti had closed his business pati toddor patio – allowing a Hollywood movie crew to set up a doddoor dining area a short distance away.
The closure of the Pineapple Hill Grill & Saloon in the Sherman Oaks area of the city comes after the county ordered outdoor dining, and a stay-at-home order issued by the mayor – California If so, state-level plans to close the business Coronavirus Admission to the hospital was adequate.
Angela Marsden, owner of Pineapple Hill Grill and Salon, appears in a video in which she explains her situation – as she walks into setting up the film crew’s tents, tables and chairs, explaining how close she is to her business.
“So this is my place, Pineapple Hill Grill & Salon. If you go to me [Facebook] page You can see all the work I did for the door dining page, the tables are seven feet away, ”says Marsden.
“I am coming because I am organizing a protest today and I have come to pick up supplies for it. I’m walking to my parking lot – obviously Mayor Garcetti agreed, “she points out as she sets up the tent. “It was agreed to set it up for a film company.
“I miss everything. Everything I own is being taken away from me, and they set up a movie company near my dot door courtyard, right here, ”she continues, her voice trembling with emotion. “People wonder why I protest and why I want to.
“They did not pay us, they shut us down. We can’t survive, my staff can’t survive, ”she returns to her business.
“Look at this. Tell me it’s dangerous,” she points to her own yard, “but next to me, as it hits my face, is it safe. Is it safe? Fifteen feet away?”
“Is it dangerous. Mayor Garcetti, Gavin Newsom [are] Responsible for unemployment, unemployment, and all running businesses.
“We need your help,” she concludes. “We need someone to do something about it.”
A Los Angeles County Superior Court judge has ruled that county officials face a legal setback in a county ban imposed Wednesday. Scientific evidence must be produced To justify their ban, which was to take effect for three weeks.
“We won in the Los Angeles Superior Court today, where the judge agreed that LA County should show cause for the order banning LA outdoor dining,” the California Restaurant Association tweeted Wednesday.
The verdict did not go down well with bars and restaurants in the city of Los Angeles after Garcetti executed the stay-at-home on the same day as the judge’s verdict.
Meanwhile, Democrat Newsom announced on Thursday Four of the five areas in State Within a day or two, less than 15% of beds will be available in the intensive care units of their local hospital network, which will lead to new corona virus controls in those areas. The only area that did not meet the standards was the San Francisco Bay Area.
when Orders will take effectThe governor said all bars, hair salons, barbershops, casinos and indoor and outdoor playgrounds would be forced to close.
Sherman Ox Salon’s Facebook page contains a link to a crowdsourcing page that raised $ 20,000 as of Friday night.
“We are humbled and grateful for this stream of energy!” Says the page. “Thanks to our community!”
The Facebook page also includes an advertisement for a planned protest Saturday outside Los Angeles County Supervisor Sheila Kuhal’s Santa Monica home from 11 a.m. to 3 p.m. local time.
Kuhel Made headlines earlier this week Hours after the county voted to ban do-door dining, she ate at a restaurant near her home.
The ad says stress:
“We are all essential!” The ad says. “It is essential to support our families !! ”