Governor Murphy- Allow Indoor Dining for Small Businesses

Governor Murphy- Allow Indoor Dining for Small Businesses

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Tracey Travers started this petition to Governor Phil Murphy and

New Jersey Governor Phillip Murphy has decided to “indefinitely” postpone the allowance of indoor dining in the State.  He has, however, kept to his decision to allow casinos, amusement theme parks, water parks, and shopping malls to reopen at reduced capacity.  Many restaurants in NJ are small family owned businesses just trying to keep our businesses, dreams, and families alive!  Our governor has bowed down to large corporate entities allowing them to reopen!  Even at reduced capacity we are talking about huge numbers of people gathering in mostly uncontrolled environments!!  Close your eyes and imagine for a moment...mid afternoon on a steamy July day in NJ, people waiting in line for the Batman roller coaster...are they standing 6 apart, are they wearing a restrictive, hard to breathe mask on that hot day? Now, keep your eyes closed for just another minute and imagine the ride platform...are the ride operators wearing masks?  Are they properly sanitizing the seats and restraints after EVERY SINGLE RIDE???  NO!!  THE ANSWERS TO ALL OF THE ABOVE QUESTIONS IS A RESOUNDING NO!!!  Now that you are cringing....open your eyes!!!  The horror you just saw in your mind is Governor Murphy’s reality!!! 

Small business owners are struggling.  Struggling to stay open, to pay their business bills, to pay their personal bills, their kids tuition, and so on!!  Allow us to open indoor dining at 25% capacity!  We are talking small numbers here.  Numbers that wouldn’t even come close to ONE SINGLE RIDE LINE AT SIX FLAGS!

Governor Murphy, I implore you to reconsider your reversal on indoor dining.  Corporate America will not win you re-election.  WE THE PEOPLE WILL AND WE WANT FAIR AND EQUITABLE CONSIDERATION!!!!

 

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