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A proposal introduced Tuesday to ban employee cafeterias in future San Francisco office buildings represents more than an effort to boost the city’s restaurant scene, backers say.
“People will have to go out and (eat) lunch with the rest of us,” Aaron Peskin, a San Francisco supervisor who co-sponsored the proposal, told The San Francisco Examiner.
“This is also about a cultural shift,” Supervisor Ahsha Safai, who proposed the ban, told The San Francisco Chronicle. “We don’t want employees biking or driving into their office, staying there all day long and going home. This is about getting people out of their office, interacting with the community and adding to the vibrancy of the community.”
Introduced Tuesday, the proposed ban now will be reviewed by a city committee, reported KNTV.
The nearby city of Mountain View recently barred a new Facebook office from offering free- or reduced-cost meals at its cafeteria, reported the Chronicle.
originally posted by: Abysha
a reply to: infolurker
You're link goes to a white nationalist blog (so you got that part right, I think) but it has nothing to do with your op story.
Of course, that didn't slow down the first few triggered reactionary comments so I think you're alright.
Jesus, you guys bark at whatever shadow you see these days.
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