Despite assurances from the Mayor of London Breed that restaurants would not face immediate fines for parklets now considered out of code, city inspectors hit a block of North Beach on Wednesday with more notices of ‘breach – posts that threatened fines of up to $ 500 per day if their parklets are not in compliance within two weeks.
Breed released an online statement on Tuesday reaffirming his commitment to the city’s shared spaces program following a Chronicle article about restaurant owners struggling to comply with the city’s new rules on time. they had received. But the Wednesday morning notices sparked fear among homeowners who thought they had more time.
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