May 2, 2020
Tag: Thomas Tighe
New Testing Sites Are an Important Step Toward Reopening
Other local news: Law firm offers $25 reimbursements to anyone placing local restaurant order; interviews with city administrator Paul Casey and Direct Relief's Thomas Tighe; Field + Fort's new showroom space; Viva Oliva moved; Los Padres facilities now closed through at least May 15; $39 million high school stadium nearly done.
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