Angela Marsden, the proprietor of Pineapple Hill Saloon and Grill, posted a video on social media after she noticed manufacturing tents and tables arrange in a parking zone just some ft from the outside eating space she’s not allowed to make use of.
Individuals concerned within the tv manufacturing crew had been seen eating beneath the tents.
“All the pieces I personal is being taken away from me they usually arrange a film firm proper subsequent to my outside patio,” Marsden mentioned within the video. “They haven’t given us cash they usually have shut us down. We can not survive. My employees can not survive.”
Marsden has owned the restaurant for 10 years. She mentioned she spent round $80,000 establishing an outside eating space and making modifications to fulfill L.A. County’s well being necessities, however she’s run out of mortgage cash and might’t afford to supply takeout, so for now, she’s closing.
Marsden mentioned she went to the restaurant to pay her employees and was in shock when she noticed the manufacturing tents.
“The day they arrive to get their final paycheck, you punch me within the face and say that that is harmful. Proper right here is harmful. However simply stroll over there and eat,” Marsden informed our sister station KABC-TV.
Marsden and different small enterprise homeowners are making indicators, getting ready to carry a protest on the residence of L.A. County Supervisor Sheila Kuehl.
Marsden mentioned she hopes to reopen her enterprise, however she is just not certain the way it will survive with out monetary help.
A lot of California is on the point of sweeping new restrictions on companies and actions, a determined try to sluggish the frighteningly speedy escalation of coronavirus instances that threatens to overwhelm hospitals.
With a brand new lockdown looming, many rushed out to supermarkets Saturday and lined up outdoors salons to squeeze in a haircut earlier than the orders in some areas take impact on Sunday.
The Related Press contributed to this report.
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