Our source reports that Pacifica's Fog City Cafe is closed now but may reopen once the pandemic is over. It is possible that beachgoers parking in front of the cafe killed off its business. Click comments below to vent your spleen. Also, Peruvian restaurant Puerto 27 has reopened with restrictions, but Cheers has closed for good. Stay tuned to this space for further developments in the local economy.
Your $600 COVID-19 stimulus payment comes as a debit card, not a check, and the envelope looks like junk mail. It's not. So don't toss it. Then the real fun begins when you try to get your cash out. Jeez, thanks for the sharp stick in the eye, Donald Trump!
If you ask Californians what they dislike most about their jobs, many will say commuting. The coronavirus crisis has forced many businesses to embrace remote work. With many employees looking to embrace the remote lifestyle, MagnifyMoney researchers created six weighted categories to rank the best places for remote workers in California. According to the study, three of the top 25 places for remote workers in California are in San Mateo County, with El Granada ranking highest with the #5 spot. Full study findings: https://www.magnifymoney.com/blog/banking/best-places-for-remote-workers-california/.
Three of the top 25 places for remote workers are in San Mateo County:
The City of Half Moon Bay reports a huge increase in revenue from parking fines since the coronavirus pandemic began. All those covidiots defying stay-at-home orders have brought the city budget a windfall.(Correction: $2,200 [AVG] to $16,604 [JUN] is a 7.3-fold increase, according to our analyst Dan Stegink.)