One solution is for bars to partner with approved restaurants to serve meals—essentially transforming them into dining establishments, which are currently open with outside seating and limited capacity.
Beachwear shoppers won’t be out of luck for long. Longtime swimwear businessman Greg Stager, will open Bestswimwear at the former Diane’s site, hopefully by Thursday.
As the city and state allow for more businesses to reopen, Long Beach officials are trying to make sure the businesses comply with new protocols to ensure coronavirus is not easily spread. This week, officials announced gyms, day camps, swimming pools and other businesses would be allowed to reopen.
More than 878,000 Californians filed for unemployment last week, a massive increase from the previous week.
The city, fueled by the new additions of Virgin, RocketLab and SpinLaunch in Douglas Park, is hoping to become hub for satellite manufacturing and other aerospace business.
The Department of Public Works says it is now in the process of “re-evaluating” the parking meter zone on Retro Row.
The privately held company based in Los Angeles said Sunday it will close up to 178 stores in the U.S. As of the bankruptcy filing, the company operated about 800 stores globally, including more than 500 stores in the U.S.
Officials on Monday were also warning that the latest round of tariffs could lead to higher prices for consumers just before the holiday season.
Long Beach put Broadway on a “road diet” this year to make the street safer. Some residents say the street is now more dangerous.