Friday, May 29, 2020

Linda Mar Beach parking lot reopens tomorrow, Saturday (5/30/20)

... and with restrictions, some retail businesses and churches reopen, Monday (6/1/20).

linda marCBS News/SF local, 5/28/20.  "Officials with the Pacifica Police Department announced Thursday evening that the city would be reopening beach parking on Saturday morning (5/30/20) after San Mateo County health officials issue a new less restrictive coronavirus shelter order. .... Police advised people visiting Pacifica beaches and trails to remain mindful of the ongoing coronavirus threat by wearing face coverings when appropriate, practicing six-foot physical distancing and refraining from shared use of recreational equipment."

Related.  SF Gate, Eric Ting, 5/29/20, "San Mateo County releases new order allowing in-store retail, religious services" "Under a new order written by county health officer Dr. Scott Morrow, the county will now allow in-store retail and religious services to resume beginning Monday, June 1. The order also removes previous restrictions on access to the county's beaches and mandates that every business implement physical distancing measures to ensure safe reopening.
... .... Permitted late Stage 2 businesses include in-person restaurant dining, shopping malls and office work when telework is not possible. Hair salons and barbershops are also now allowed to reopen in counties that go through the attestation process."

References.  Connect with Pacifica/Kevin Woodhouse, City Manager, 5/29/19, includes  "Beach Parking Lots Open" press release, and other City updates, scroll down.   Linda Mar State Beach and parking.   San Mateo County Health Department updates, most recent 5/29/20, good luck reading that.       Note photograph of Linda Mar Beach from Pacifica Beach Coalition. 
Posted by Kathy Meeh


Anonymous said...

The Plan demic is over. Riot on.

Anonymous said...

What time is curfew? And when the race war is over, what's next? Aliens?

Anonymous said...

If looters come to Pacifica, hope Mayor Martin exerts her authority and tells them to leave, or police will educate them that Pacifica does not like outsiders