DA Targets Carmel Restaurant The Tuck Box After Repeated Health Order Violations; $20,000 Penalty Now DueThe Monterey County District Attorney's office has filed a declaration with the county's Superior Court evidencing material violations of the injunction against The Tuck Box restaurant, located in Carmel-by-the-Sea, and its owner Jeffrey Le Towt, District Attorney Jeannine Pacioni announced Monday.
Santa Clara County Advises Businesses To Seek Legal Counsel For Customer COVID-19 IssuesSanta Clara County officials advised business owners Wednesday to seek legal counsel rather than appealing to the county for help on what to do if customers are not respecting health guidelines to reduce the spread of COVID-19.
San Francisco Allows Swim Team To Practice Despite COVID-19 Health Order Banning Pool UseSwimming pools across the Bay Area closed at the start of the pandemic and remain closed in San Francisco, in an effort to to contain the spread of COVID-19. But KPIX5 discovered the city allowed one pool to be open, despite its own health directive that banned pool use.
Santa Cruz County To Reopen Beaches; 'People Are Not Willing To Be Governed Anymore'While Santa Cruz County health officials on Thursday reported a significant jump in the number of COVID-19 cases in the last week, the county will reopen beaches due to resistance from the public in adhering to the restrictions in place.
Contra Costa County Reopening Stores, Businesses, Camps, Allows Services With 'Close Customer Contact'Contra Costa County is expanding the number of businesses and services allowed to reopen in its latest COVID-19 health order which covers shopping, childcare, social gatherings, even protests.
After COVID-19 Shutdown Bay Area's Cautious Reopening Could Be Costly For BusinessesAs businesses slowly begin to reopen, officials are asking two major questions: how can we afford to open up when the virus is still just as dangerous and how can we afford not to?