Eviction Moratorium Expires / Restaurant Roundtable / Tyler Vargas Andrews Benefit Show
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An overview of the end to California’s eviction moratorium. Sacramento restaurateurs discuss navigating the ever-changing scene amid the COVID pandemic. And a benefit show in honor of the Folsom Marine severely injured in Kabul during suicide bombings in the final days of the U.S. withdrawal from Afghanistan.
- CapRadio’s Race and Equity Reporter, Sarah Mizes-Tan, gives us an overview of the end to California’s eviction moratorium and what tenant advocates’ concerns are as the end of the month draws near.
- Debra Carlton, Executive Vice President of the California Apartment Association, explains how landlords have fared without the rent that helps pay for the mortgage and bills that come with their rental property and what the end of the eviction moratorium means for property owners.
- Chris Barnum-Dann of Sacramento’ Localis Restaurant, Ryan Rose, President of Zocalo restaurants, join us for a conversation about the ‘state of the restaurant business’ in Sacramento and how they are navigating the ever-changing scene in the midst of the COVID pandemic.
- Comedians Joey C and Mike Betancourt are hosting the “Tyler Vargas Andrews Benefit Show” on Oct. 14 in Lincoln, in honor of the U.S. Marine from Folsom who was severely injured in Kabul during suicide bombings at Hamid Karzai International Airport in the final days of the U.S. withdrawal from Afghanistan.
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