City will study the feasibility of making outdoor dining structures permanent.
Hollister business owners say they are happy with loosened restrictions.
Lack of indoor and outdoor dining making financial survival difficult.
Outgoing member Dan De Vries claims there’s no scientific evidence that eating outside results in dangerous rates of COVID-19 spread.
Outdoor dining helped restaurants stay afloat prior to the shutdown enacted Dec. 7.
City’s Historic Resources Board relieves fears of compliance lawsuits.
Owners speak about outdoor dining on the main thoroughfare.
Road work done in preparation for allowing businesses to utilize extra space for outdoor shopping and dining.
With main roadway becoming a temporary one-way street, businesses will be able to use extra space for outdoor shopping and dining.
More warning lights and signs are added after a car crashes into barricades on Memorial Day weekend.
Several restaurants take part in weekend street closure. Check out photos from the first day.
Local restaurants continue serving as stay-at-home order goes on.
Program will run at least six months to help local merchants.
Main thoroughfare could become a temporary one-way street, allowing restaurants and businesses to use curbside space.
Working in accord with state rules, City Council discusses expanding outdoor dining, waiving business license fees, and orders the post office lobby open 24/7.