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Board unanimously approves 2-year Home Kitchen Ordinance

 

Last updated 1/26/2022 at 9:42am

A two-year temporary authorization of an ordinance will allow people to legally operate "mini-restaurants" out of their homes.

Gig Conaughton

County of San Diego Communications Office

The Board of Supervisors Tuesday, Jan. 11, unanimously approved a two-year temporary authorization of an ordinance that will ultimately allow people to legally operate "mini-restaurants" out of their homes.

They could serve as many as 30 in-person, take-out, or delivery meals a day, with a maximum of 60 meals a week. Operators will be required to get a health permit, and home kitchens must pass food safety inspections.

Vice Chair Nora Vargas and Supervisor Joel Anderson, who brought a request to draft an ordinance for microenterprise...



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