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Urge County Leaders to Ease the Burden on Small Businesses

Oceanside Chamber of Commerce

If you are concerned about the survival of small businesses in San Diego County, we ask you to join our efforts in urging the San Diego County Board of Supervisors to ease re-opening restrictions on our businesses.

In the most recent County public health orders, there are specific requirements related to indoor dining that were added by the San Diego County Public Health Department and not required by the State of California.

The State requirements are already burdensome enough to our local businesses. Additional requirements from our County health officials will only increase the likelihood that many of our small businesses will ultimately fail.

We are asking County leaders to refrain from any additional requirements on our small businesses that were not mandated by the State, and to remove those they have already put in place.

Our communities have already experienced the permanent loss of some of our most valued small businesses and we ask that you join our advocacy efforts to help prevent further economic devastation.

Your message will go to all five San Diego County Supervisors as well as Public Health Officer, Dr. Wilma Wooten.

 

 

Urge County Leaders to Ease the Burden on Small Businesses

Oceanside Chamber of Commerce

If you are concerned about the survival of small businesses in San Diego County, we ask you to join our efforts in urging the San Diego County Board of Supervisors to ease re-opening restrictions on our businesses.

In the most recent County public health orders, there are specific requirements related to indoor dining that were added by the San Diego County Public Health Department and not required by the State of California.

The State requirements are already burdensome enough to our local businesses. Additional requirements from our County health officials will only increase the likelihood that many of our small businesses will ultimately fail.

We are asking County leaders to refrain from any additional requirements on our small businesses that were not mandated by the State, and to remove those they have already put in place.

Our communities have already experienced the permanent loss of some of our most valued small businesses and we ask that you join our advocacy efforts to help prevent further economic devastation.

Your message will go to all five San Diego County Supervisors as well as Public Health Officer, Dr. Wilma Wooten.