“The measure has the support of Gwyneth Borden, executive director of the Golden Gate Restaurant Association and other local merchants.”
Here are the board members and their restaurants to boycott when you are FORCED to spend your dwindling paycheck dollars on expensive, time consuming lunches:
So bring your own lunch. Most places I work have closed campuses and you are not supposed to leave for lunch.
Then I suppose they won’t allow you to drive to lunch before of the impact on Global Warming.
A: Have people so disgusted they don't want to walk the streets to go to local eateries.
B: The protected homeless, illegals, drug users and crap covered streets wouldn't be driving citizens from the city and keeping tourists from visiting.
But this is a city run by liberals so they seek to tightly control producers while giving the producers money to the freeloaders and allowing the free loaders to whatever they desire.
What else would you expect from a city that gives free rein to disgusting perverts parading around nude a nude semi nude in front of children?
The best solution for San Franshitgo is a good flushing into the bay.
forward thinking? Yeah, right.
Control freaks of the Universe have converged on the SF Peninsula and now occupy the SF leftist gubamental machine.
How’s that diehard socialism working for ya, Aaron?
What’s Kate Steinle’s position on this?
Fsckwits. As if the restaurants have some inherent right to the money regardless of the market (which market I might add was that way when they built)! If they passed that and took away my choice of where to get my lunch, I'd brown bag every day for the next 10 years to make sure those restaurants stayed "deprived" of revenue.
So let me see if I have this right. Commies pass unworkable minimum wage standards on restaurants, next they notice restaurants are struggling or going under, then some genius politician decides the reason is because area businesses have on site facilities for staff meals, presto change-o another brilliantly sophistic plan by our betters. Am I understanding this correctly? This is the antithesis of the invisible hand.
I'm sure none of these companies have "industrial kitchens".
And what about people who use mass-transit to go to work? Without a personal car, their options for lunch are severely reduced (perhaps on the peninsula rather than in SF proper).
A 30-minute internal take-out now becomes a 90-minute excursion into the wilds of San Francisco.