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New Jersey and California Allow Indoor Dining to Resume, With Limits | Top News

By Peter Szekely and Barbara Goldberg

(Reuters) – New Jersey and California on Monday took a big step toward letting businesses resume their pre-pandemic lives, by allowing restaurants to begin limited indoor dining, as coronavirus cases abated nationwide even as some new hotspots emerged.

Most states have already lifted restrictions on indoor, according to the National Governors Association.

New Jersey Governor Phil Murphy said restaurants and movie theaters could open for indoor service on Friday for the first time since the coronavirus shutdown began in March. But they must limit indoor patrons to 25% of their capacity, and space seating between groups in accordance with social-distancing rules, Murphy said at a news conference.

“Masks are required to be worn at all times in the theater unless you’re pulling it down to put away a handful of popcorn,” Murphy said.

In California, where overly optimistic reopening plans were rolled back as

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Former DHS official: Trump wanted to withhold California wildfire money for political reasons

The White House denounced Taylor’s remarks, pointing out that during his tenure in the administration, from 2017 to 2019, he never publicly voiced concerns.

“This individual is another creature of the D.C. Swamp who never understood the importance of the President’s agenda or why the American people elected him and clearly just wants to cash-in,” White House spokesperson Judd Deere said in a statement to POLITICO. “President Trump has an unprecedented number of accomplishments in spite of government bureaucrats who are only out for themselves, not the forgotten men and women of this country.”

In the ad, Taylor alleges that Trump asked for funding to be pulled from the Federal Emergency Management Agency during catastrophic wildfires that caused millions of dollars in damage in California, because the state was not part of his political base.

“He told us to stop giving money to people whose houses had burned down because

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Which California businesses can reopen this week?

Gov. Gavin Newsom has announced that some stay-at-home rules will be modestly eased later this week.

He said details would be provided later in the week, but here are some highlights:

Businesses that can open

Bookstores, music stores, toy stores, florists, sporting goods retailers, clothing stores and others can reopen for pickup as early as Friday. Additional businesses could be named later this week, also with curbside pickup.

Right now, only essential businesses such as grocery stores, drug stores, medical offices, gas stations and auto repair are open, with social distancing. Factories that supply those businesses would also be allowed to resume.

Businesses that can’t

Offices, shopping malls, and seated dining at restaurants are still ordered shut. Personal grooming businesses, entertainment venues, live concerts and sports are also not included in the first phase of Newsom’s reopening plan.

Local controls

There will be more decision-making at the local level, allowing

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Finance Jobs, Employment in California

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Tuolumne MeWuk Indian Health Clinics

Tuolumne, CA 95379



$17 – $23 an hour

Easily apply Responsive employer Be an early applicant Urgently hiring
  • Act as backup for the account analyst.
  • Quarterly and annual state and federal tax returns.
  • C. Knowledge of federal and state tax laws as it relates to payroll…


Bright People Foods

Woodland, CA 95776



$20 – $22 an hour

  • 3-5 Years AR & AP Experience.
  • Job Summary: *Controls receivables by matching payment check deductions with customer deduction back up.


Nuvia Water Technologies

Corona, CA 92880



$16 – $18 an hour

Easily apply Be an early applicant Urgently hiring
  • We will be training you on all finance department/loan processing functions and this position will lead to advancement in responsibilities and pay for the right…


174 Power Global

Irvine, CA 92618


Remote work available



Up to $135,000 a year

Corporate finance: 10 years

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California Financing Law | The Department of Business Oversight

Responsible Small Dollar Loans Pilot Program

Senate Bill 318 (Chap. 467, Stats. 2013) was signed into law on October 1, 2013 and is operative January 1, 2014. The bill created the Pilot Program for Increased Access to Responsible Small Dollar Loans (RSDL) to increase the availability of responsible small dollar installment loans of at least $300 but less than $2,500. Finance lenders who are licensed underthe CFLL and approved by the Commissioner of Business Oversight (Commissioner) to participate in the program may charge specified alternative interest rates and charges, including an administrative fee and delinquency fees, on loans of at least $300 but less than $2,500, subject to certain requirements. Licensees participating in the program are also permitted to use the services of a finder as defined in Section 22371 of the Financial Code.

Licensees under the former pilot program for affordable credit-building opportunities:

Effective January 1, 2014, Senate Bill

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The California Local Government Finance Almanac



conference materials

Available from Solano Press
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The most comprehensive treatment of local government finance in any
state
that I have ever seen. This guide will prove useful to elected and appointed local government officials, business leaders, reporters, students, faculty, and
others who are struggling to understand the highly complex world of local government finance in California.
~ Chris McKenzie,
Exec.Dir. League of Calif Cities 1999-2016


Available from The League of California Cities

MuniRevHandbook

The California Municipal Revenue Sources Handbook, NEW! Fifth Edition by Michael Coleman. The definitive resource on municipal funding for city and county managers, finance officers, academics and other professionals
engaged in the complex world of municipal finance in California.

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Revenue Limits: Proposition 13 (1978), Proposition 218 (1996) and Proposition 26 (2010)

  • Article XIIIA of the California Constitution (Tax Limitation)
  • Article XIIIB of the California Constitution (Spending
    Limitation: Proposition 4)
  • Article XIIIC of the California Constitution (Voter Approval for Tax
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California Infrastructure Economic Development Bank (IBank)

The SBFC helps businesses create and retain jobs, and encourages investment in low- to moderate-income communities. The SBFC has several programs to support small business, including a Disaster Relief Loan Guarantee, a Jump Start Loan Program and more.

California Disaster Relief Loan Guarantee Program — COVID-19

The Small Business Finance Center (SBFC) partners with Financial Development Corporations to provide loan guarantees and direct loans for small businesses that experience capital access barriers.

Who Can Apply

Eligible Applicants

  • Small Businesses located in California with 1-750 employees that have been negatively impacted or experienced disruption by COVID-19
  • Eligible Nonprofits

Guarantee Terms:

  • Guaranteed up to 7 years
  • Guarantees up to 95% of loan
  • Loan interest rates negotiated between lender and borrower
  • Qualifications based on lender criteria

 Loan proceeds to be used for continuance of business including, but not limited to:

  • The funds are meant to help small businesses through this challenging
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California Unemployment Insurance Appeals Board


The California Unemployment Insurance Appeals Board has a long tradition of protecting the rights of employers and unemployed or disabled workers.

The California Unemployment Insurance Appeals Board (CUIAB) field offices and hearing facilities are temporarily closed to general public access. Appeal hearings are being conducted by phone. CUIAB will respond to your customer inquiries by phone or US mail.

If you have questions about your appeals, please contact the local CUIAB office identified on your forms or find the nearest office to you under the Locations tab below.


  • Who is CUIAB?
    Created by the Legislature in 1943, the California Unemployment Insurance Appeals Board (CUIAB) is an independent administrative court system for workers and employers seeking to challenge decisions made by the Employment Development Department (EDD). Appeals are the first opportunity for all parties to present evidence and tell their side of the story before an Administrative Law
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Riverside, California | City of Arts & Innovation

About Finance

The Finance Department administers the financial and treasury affairs
of the City of Riverside. The department manages the City’s revenues, expenditures, investments, purchasing, accounting, budgeting, and debt. As such, the department provides the City’s departments and residents with dependable and efficient quality services in billing and collection of City services, cash management, and other fiscal functions in accordance with legal and professional standards.

Department goals are:

  1. To ensure the safety and security of the City’s assets;
  2. Provide the financial and accounting resources necessary to support goals and operations of City departments;
  3. Develop sound
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BizBen.com | Official Site | California Businesses For Sale, Wanted To Buy Postings

For Sale: Grocery Store – Very High Volume – Kern County Area

Posting #: 259159

Status: Active

Refreshed: 4/4/2020

Contact: Umit Ister

Phone: 661-717-2973

Phone: None Given


Price: $1,950,000

Adj Net: Call

Down: Call

Short Profile: Very high volume grocery store, it is a confidential listing, must show proof of funds and sign nda to be able to get more information. Store is doing about $850,000 a month in gross sales… Huge one standing building with lots of parking spaces, excellent location. Serious buyers only.
Wanted: PHO Vietnamese Asian Type Restaurant – San Diego – North County

Posting #: 193412

Status: Active

Refreshed: 4/4/2020

Contact: Aki Ogata

Phone: 858-674-4738

Phone: None Given


Short Profile: My buyer seeks turnkey, established PHO Vietnamese Or Other Asian Restaurant. Wants price range $250,000 – $500,000. Buyer wants net monthly income $10,000. The principal is with strong financial back ground and a long time restaurant
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