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The restaurant, which, according to the post, is only bringing in about 10 percent of the revenue it did before the pandemic, still has rent, payroll, and utilities to cover.
Scores of utilities announced their own voluntary moratoriums.
The utility giant announced that two of its employees lost their jobs over allegations they had taken bribes from the company, known as Bay Area Concrete Recycling.
They also advise passing on REITs, telecom, and multi-utilities.
In getting the patent, Cansino had to demonstrate that its candidate qualifies as an invention, meaning that it was able to show a new “inventive step” and “utility,” says Mercurio.
Scheduled to be demolished in 1909, the spire was saved by its utility as a radiotelegraph post as much as its popular acceptance.
That’s the value of about one year’s worth of franchise fee payments, which in theory is the rent a utility should pay to the government to use public land.
Other cities that recently renegotiated their terms are coming up with innovative ways to force private utilities to provide more renewable energy and play along with climate change-minded policy goals.
San Diegans actually pay the franchise fee on their utility bill.
Since March, the federal government has allocated $659 billion for eligible businesses to spend on essential expenses such as payroll, rent, utilities, and mortgage interest.

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