Temecula council votes to send recovery plan, advocacy letter to county

The Temecula City Council discusses stay-at-home orders and reopening parking lots at public parks in a meeting conducted via Zoom on April 28.
The Temecula City Council on Tuesday, May 12, unanimously voted to approve a draft recovery and reopening plan to be sent to Riverside County officials. The city’s proposal for reopening is based largely on California’s four-stage Resilience Roadmap put forward by Gov. Gavin Newsom’s office, and was drafted with input from local business leaders to include content specific to Temecula-area businesses like the Promenade mall and the tourism industry. As noted by the city council, state officials currently hold that California is in “early stage 2” of the four-stage plan. According to the state’s website, that means “retail (curbside and delivery only), related logistics and manufacturing and essential businesses can open with modifications.” The city also drafted
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