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Published on August 5th, 2020
Assembly member supports extended AB 5 waiver for newspaper carriers
Assembly Bill 5 was enacted Sept. 18, 2019 ...By Sora O'Doherty

Published on July 22nd, 2020
The Real Estate Quarter in Review
The second quarter of 2020 was surprisingly ...By Conrad Bassett, CRP, GMS-T

Published on July 22nd, 2020
PPP has saved downtown retail ... so far
Lamorinda businesses these past months have faced a difficult situation with opening, distancing, closing again, mask wearing and seeing a reduced number of clients than usual. With two waves of Paycheck Protection Program loans many are managing to keep their ...By Sophie Braccini

Published on July 22nd, 2020
Community Cup fundraiser helps COVID-19 affected businesses
Almost one month into the shelter-in-place mandate Moraga Chamber of Commerce Executive Director Kathe Nelson was contacted by Lindsey Lonergan, a junior at San Ramon Valley High School, who originated a fundraising idea dubbed Community Cup.
By Vera Kochan

Published on July 8th, 2020
Lynn's Top Five
I hope Sheryl Crow's lyrics are a truth, that we are a little bit closer. Closer to a cure, to a vaccine, to a recovered economy, to valuing all human life, to empathy. The last time I wrote for this, our wonderful community paper, I was already planning my next ...By Lynn Ballou CFPr

Published on July 8th, 2020
Orinda is open for business, cautiously
Gradually, businesses in Orinda are reopening, but not in a rush. Owners are happy to welcome customers back, but only in ways that are safe for customers and for owners and their employees. Government services are also slowly reopening. Parks and Rec ran its first ...By Sora O'Doherty

Published on July 8th, 2020
Latest wave of local businesses weather COVID-19 closure storm
Countless businesses across the United States have had to suffer the moniker of "non-essential" during the coronavirus outbreak. As such, they are among the last to reopen their doors and the longest to have worried when their turn would finally come.
By Vera Kochan

Published on June 24th, 2020
Embracing European-style street dining in COVID era
The Lafayette City Council unanimously backed plans aimed at helping the city's restaurants stay afloat, with a multi-phase approach to expand outdoor dining options.
Following a ...
By Pippa Fisher

Published on May 13th, 2020
When and how will businesses come back?
Even as the state begins to ease restrictions in incremental steps, questions remain about how and when Lafayette's small businesses can reopen and how many will survive.
In a May 6 ...
By Pippa Fisher

Published on April 29th, 2020
The Real Estate Quarter in Review
The first quarter of 2020 began with a continued fast pace in activity on the residential side of Lamorinda real estate. The closings that occurred, for the most part, came from properties that went under contract in late November to late February, before the COVID-19 ...By Conrad Bassett, CRP, GMS-T Licensed Real Estate Broker

Published on April 29th, 2020
Local businesses weather the difficult storm
Tom Frainier, Moraga businessman and ...By Sophie Braccini

Published on April 29th, 2020
Lafayette Strong - city offers assistance for small businesses
The city of Lafayette is taking steps to support local small businesses and nonprofits during the COVID-19 pandemic in collaboration with the Chamber of Commerce and the Lafayette Community Foundation.
By Pippa Fisher

Published on March 18th, 2020
New tea shop in Orinda attracts all ages
Since its grand opening at the end of February, Sharetea in the newly remodeled building at 41 Moraga Way in the Theatre District has been attracting tea drinkers of all ages. Sean Yee holds the franchise from Sharetea, a long-standing company that originated in ...By Sora O'Doherty

Published on March 18th, 2020
Moraga welcomes new Chamber president
The Moraga Chamber of Commerce has selected Brandy Ford as the new president of the chamber's board of directors. Ford has served on the board for approximately four years and is currently Mechanics Bank's branch manager. Ford stated, "The main reason I wanted to ...By Vera Kochan

Published on February 19th, 2020
MidMod is a new concept in shopping in Theatre Square
Owner Janell Lamela recounts how she would watch passersby check out her new shop, but not come in, thinking it was an expensive boutique. Then she put a sign up proclaiming that nothing inside cost more than $40, and suddenly passersby became droppers-in. Lamela, ...By Sora O'Doherty

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