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A state appeals court on Wednesday announced it would extend a stay blocking a San Diego judge's temporary injunction allowing county restaurants to reopen on-site dining and would hear oral arguments in the case in mid-January. Last Friday, the California Court of Appeals first blocked the San Diego judge's temporary injunction, reducing them, once again, to takeout services only.
The appellate court's initial ruling came just days after restaurants, which were reduced to to-go services only under Southern California's recent stay-at-home order, were apparently given the green light to serve food indoors and outdoors, and apply COVID safety protocols as they saw fit. On Wednesday, the 4th Appellate Court of California announced it was continuing the stay issued last week. Wednesday's decision acknowledged the importance of the court's role: "This appeal highlights the incredible hardships that so many people are suffering as a result of the global pandemic, and it requires us to consider the scope of the government's authority to impose restrictions deed to curb the pandemic and protect public health.
We are aware of the delicate balance of interests at stake, and we understand that reasonable minds can differ on the appropriate balance to strike. The court saga started when two San Diego strip clubs, Pacers International Showgirls and Cheetahs Gentlemen's Club, sued county and state leaders over cease-and-desist orders forcing them to close. On Dec. The county said last week that it would temporarily suspend pandemic-related public health order enforcement at restaurants and live entertainment businesses while it determined its next steps.
Two supervisors went on record saying they were blindsided by Wohlfeil's inclusion of restaurants in his order. California Gov. Gavin Newsom requested an immediate stay of the ruling on Dec. The court on Wednesday acknowledged Newsom's request as well as a response by an unnamed local restaurant. We also received an amicus curiae brief on behalf of a San Diego restaurant. The Board of Supervisors met in closed session on Dec.
We support outdoor dining with appropriate safety protocols that have been ly established. Public Health Order restrictions. Covid 9 hours ago. County Supervisor Nathan Fletcher addressed the public before a closed session meeting with county leaders to mull a judge's surprise temporary injunction that allowed for restaurants to reopen. The San Diego County Board of Supervisors will meet Friday in a special session to discuss the impact of a judge's ruling on the pandemic restrictions surrounding local restaurants.
NBC 7's Nicole Gomez reports. A judge has clarified a ruling stating that all restaurants can onsite dining. NBC 7's Alexis Rivas has more. This article tagged under: Public Health Order restrictions. Back to Article. Close Menu. Search for:. Coronavirus Pandemic Voices for Justice U. Follow Us Facebook Twitter Instagram.Cheetahs club san diego
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