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East Los Angeles – has already started nightmare for many owners of “loncheras” of East Los Angeles, after the authorities fine, apparently for the first time, one of the owners of these businesses rolling for longer stay what is allowed in one place.
“The whole week had been working normally, each passing the ‘ticketera’ I moved and then returned to the place,” he told TODAY Alejandro Valdoviño, owner of the “lunch box” The Flower of Sahuayo, who was an infringement by agents of the Department of Sheriff.
Valdoviño explained that he parks their “lunch box” just in front of a restaurant owned bearing the same name. “Yesterday I had not even time to move, the police just came to the offense in his hand. I said that I move, and came just handed me the ticket, “he added Valdoviño adding that unknown quantity that will have to pay the fine because it does not specify the figure only indicates that they will have to present in court.
Valdovinio attributed the “harassment” of the authorities to constant complaints from a retailer instead of accusing this mess the place of business and create traffic problems in the area. Such accusations were rejected by Valdoviño.
“As I shall not complain, because of this business there’s always trash on the streets, people were parking in my business. Here in the area there are other food establishments and business that affects us all, “said the trader in question, who identified himself as Don Rogelio.
A little over a month, the Board of Supervisors Los Angeles County passed a law that prevents business owners rolling food to stay more than an hour in the same place, otherwise receive fines of up to 1000 U.S. dollars and a sentence of up to six months in jail.
Other people who also work in the business of selling food itinerant were concerned to learn that the authorities already started infringement such businesses that do not obey the law.
“I do not understand that they do not want to leave work between now goes for everything,” said Julio Martínez, an employee of the lunch box Seafood The Jato. “Sometimes we have to move up to three times a day and that affects the business, but we do not have otherwise. We must ask if the police to let us work, “added Martinez.
TODAY tried unsuccessfully to contact the office of the Parking Control Los Angeles County to find out the number of infractions that this dependence given to the owners of the loncheras but at the close of this edition was not obtained any information.