Two cities offer programs to support restaurant reopenings

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With the approval of plans approved by the state of California to open Riverside County, the cities of Menifee and Murrieta have introduced plans which will allow restaurants to offer dine-in service with reduced capacities to maintain social distancing as per the California Department of Public Health guidelines.Assisting restaurants located within the city of Murrieta with their reopening plans, the city is allowing restaurants to use some of their on-site parking to add additional locations for outdoor dining. The move comes after city manager Kim Summers used her emergency powers authorized in the city’s municipal code (2.60.060(A)(6)(a)).Additional tables and seating should be in close proximity to the restaurant and must not block access to handicapped parking spaces or f
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