Interim Fire Chief Devin Leonard has provided notification he will be leaving his position effective August 12, 2020. After conducting a search of qualified replacements, David Segura has been selected to serve as Interim Fire Chief while the City continues to conduct a recruitment for a permanent replacement. On Monday August 3, City Council voted 5-0 to approve a resolution authorizing the City Manager to execute an agreement with David Segura to provide temporary, part-time employmentDavid Segura is an
The Board of Supervisors has approved a $1.22 billion spending package to fund a broad range of essential services and relief measures to assist people and businesses affected by the COVID-19 crisis. The plan covers spending in four main areas:$656 million for public health measures including testing and contact tracing$200 million for financial support for residents in the form of assistance for rent relief, food and child care$160 million in grants to support small businesses$150 million to support the
The $3 million Recovery Fund, established as a joint effort by the County of Los Angeles, who have contributed $2 million, and the City of Los Angeles, who have contributed $1 million, as well as additional support from philanthropic partners, aims to assist small businesses, nonprofits, and micro-entrepreneurs that have been adversely impacted by the COVID-19 pandemic, providing $5,000 grants to micro-entrepreneurs, and $15,000 grants to non-profits and small businesses. To ensure equitable access to
On July 20, 2020 the California Department of Public Health issued guidelines (https://covid19.ca.gov/industry-guidance/#top) for how barbering and cosmetology services can be offered safely outside. These guidelines allow the OPTION for services to be done outside and does not require outdoor services. The Department of Consumer Affairs and the Board of Barbering and Cosmetology have also issued information regarding outside services (https://www.barbercosmo.ca.gov/licensees/salon_reopen.shtml). The
A letter from Carl Coles, Superintendent Bonita Unified School District After reviewing guidance from state and county public health and education authorities, consulting with local school districts, and monitoring the growing cases of COVID-19 within Los Angeles County, Bonita Unified School District will begin the 2020-21 school year with remote instruction through a distance learning model.This decision was not taken lightly as we miss our students and families tremendously, however, we cannot in
Effective today, Los Angeles County will stop certain sector operations as ordered by the State. Closures include: all personal care services - including nail salons; massage & tattoo parlors; hair salons & barbershops; places of worship; gyms and fitness centers; offices of non-critical sectors; indoor malls and all indoor protests until further notice.
The Department (ABC) has issued a variety of regulatory relief measures that require service of a meal. (See, Notices of Relief, items 5 and 16; June 10, 2020, Industry Advisory; and various Frequently Asked Questions.) This Advisory provides guidance as to what servings of food licensees must prepare and offer to comply with this requirement. Business and Professions Code section 23038 provides that, “’Meals’ means the usual assortment of foods commonly ordered at various hours of the day; the service
In advance of the 2019-20 school year, Bonita Council PTA in partnership with the La Verne and San Dimas Chambers of Commerce encourages ALL chamber members to participate in the value-added Shop Local Membership Perks Program for current PTA and PTSA members. Members from the La Verne and San Dimas Chambers of Commerce can sign up to participate in this NO COST promotional opportunity by completing a simple application and commit to offer a promotion to the current Bonita Council PTA members (The