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Original Hot Dog on a Stick to be demolished and rebuilt

first_imgHomeFeaturedOriginal Hot Dog on a Stick to be demolished and rebuilt Jul. 20, 2019 at 5:25 amFeaturedFoodNewsOriginal Hot Dog on a Stick to be demolished and rebuiltGuest Author2 years agohot dog on a stickrestaurantSanta Monica Following bankruptcy, Hot Dog on a Stick’s flagship location is finally getting a makeover.Santa Monica’s Hot Dog on a Stick has plans to demolish and rebuild a new beach-side stand this fall, according to Beach Manager Judith Meister. The remodel, which proposes a storefront five feet wider than the current structure, should begin by November and will finish within four to five months. Founded by David Barham in 1945, Hot Dog on a Stick, first called Party Puffs, now sits on land operated by City Hall. Renovations were going to begin 2009, when architects designed a structure that would look nearly identical to the current stand. All necessary city permits had been collected when, in 2014, Hot Dog on a Stick declared bankruptcy. “This location had always been very profitable,” said Meister. “But I think they expanded into malls, and they over expanded.” According to Daily Press archives, the company had been employee-owned since 1991, when Barham died. After the business was bought by the Atlanta-based management firm, Global Franchise Group, the permits were collected a second time but those also expired and officials are now in the process of reauthorizing the work. Meister, who began working for the city in 1983 after the pier collapsed, remembers almost every change made to the row of beach-front businesses. “When the pier went down, it took a while to rebuild and revitalize it, and the area around the pier wasn’t very busy,” Meister said. “Hot Dog on a Stick was always a draw. It represents a lot about what Santa Monica Beach has always been: very inviting and accessible to a lot of people.”Until the 1960’s, Muscle Beach brought lines of customers to the fast-food stand. Renovations to Ocean Front Walk in the 90’s welcomed new establishments and business picked back up. Part of this latest renovation includes preserving Hot Dog on a Stick’s famous storefront.“The space will look substantially like the current building, on the outside,” said Stephen Thomas, Executive Vice President from Global Franchise Group. “It was important to us to respect the history that the Muscle Beach location has for us.” Rather than using the standard Hot Dog on a stick logo sign on the building, Thomas said designs include a recreation of the current sign. The space will include a more energy efficient, updated facility compliant with the American Disabilities Act.Miki Martin, a Hot Dog on a Stick employee, said she looks forward to more space and updated facilities. She expects to be temporarily relocated during renovations. During that time, the company plans to introduce a Hot Dog on Stick food truck in the parking lot, Thomas said. “Our ultimate goal for our Muscle Beach location is simple: we want to update the building in a way that is respectful to the area, acknowledges our heritage there, and serves our beloved customers better,” Thomas said. Tags :hot dog on a stickrestaurantSanta Monicashare on Facebookshare on Twitteradd a commentCrime Watch Laptop PierPier businesses fund cleaning and homeless servicesYou Might Also LikeFeaturedNewsBobadilla rejects Santa Monica City Manager positionMatthew Hall8 hours agoNewsBruised but unbowed, meme stock investors are back for moreAssociated Press18 hours agoNewsWedding boom is on in the US as vendors scramble to keep upAssociated Press18 hours agoNewsCouncil picks new City ManagerBrennon Dixson18 hours agoFeaturedNewsProtesting parents and Snapchat remain in disagreement over child protection policiesClara Harter18 hours agoFeaturedNewsDowntown grocery to become mixed use developmenteditor18 hours agolast_img read more

What local leaders are thankful for this Thanksgiving

first_imgHomeBusinessWhat local leaders are thankful for this Thanksgiving Nov. 27, 2019 at 6:00 amBusinessFeaturedNewsWhat local leaders are thankful for this ThanksgivingGuest Author2 years agoBen DratiCynthia RenaudleadersMia WachtelNick ShippthankfulThanksgiving “Every year at Thanksgiving, I am asked the same question: What are you thankful for? There’s a lot in life to be thankful for; Thoughtful friends and a loving family, good grades and a warm place to sleep, but there is one thing I am especially grateful for this year: compassion. Com-passion is the reason we as people are compelled to help one another, to feel for one another, and to support one another. Without compassion, life itself would lose its most endearing quality. I am thankful for the compassion that I am greeted with every single day, and it is the gift that I will be giving back this Thanksgiving. How about you?”Mia Wachtel, Santa Monica-Malibu Unified School District Board of Education student member“There’s a lot of things to be thankful for this holiday season. We’re so thankful to our loyal regulars that have supported us through the years as well as new guests who have taken their valuable time to spend with us too. We’re incredibly thankful to our staff and their families…they are the real backbone of Upper West. Happy holidays and may you all be bestowed with a healthy and prosperous New Year!!!”Nick Shipp, chef of Upper West“As we enter this season of giving, I want to express my thanks for the hard work and dedication toward student achievement, creating safe school environments, and our district goals, by all staff, certificated and classified, throughout the year. I am thankful to be part of Santa Monica and Malibu, which are two very caring and generous communities always looking out for the best interests of our families, staff, and community members.I wish everyone in Santa Monica and Malibu, and all your loved ones, a healthy, safe, warm, and Happy Thanksgiving.”Dr. Ben Drati, Santa Monica-Malibu Unified School District Superintendent“I am thankful for my wonderful family; my husband, children, and siblings who inspire and make me proud every day. I am thankful for the great team here at SMPD that I am fortunate enough to be part of. And I am thankful for this engaged and connected community we all serve.”Cynthia Renaud, Santa Monica Chief of Police“I am deeply thankful for all the amazing people and non-profits in my district who are constantly working to reduce homelessness. Thanks to LA Family Housing in the Valley, Safe Place for Youth and St. Joseph’s Center in Venice, The People Concern in Santa Monica, and Blessed Sacrament and PATH in Hollywood, tens of thousands of men, women, and families, young and old, are moving from homelessness to homes. The lack of affordable housing in this region makes this crisis very challenging, but we are making progress, and I am eternally grateful for the caring dedication of all the people making that progress possible.”Sheila Kuehl, Los Angeles County Supervisor“We are thankful for 42 years on the Santa Monica Pier. We are thankful for the opportunity to represent our great city at one of the best travel destinations in the world. We are thankful to our community, their patience and pride in working with us to make the Santa Monica Pier even better. We are thankful to our city for caring about legacy, small family businesses. We are thankful to be a green business on a green Pier and hopeful that others will carry our message forward and make positive impacts in their community.”Greg Morena, Santa Monica City Council member and owner of The AlbrightTags :Ben DratiCynthia RenaudleadersMia WachtelNick ShippthankfulThanksgivingshare on Facebookshare on Twitteradd a commentCity halts plan to relocate parks maintenance crews to Santa Monica AirportNoteworthy – Tomorrow’s Musical Memories Now, IIYou Might Also LikeFeaturedNewsBobadilla rejects Santa Monica City Manager positionMatthew Hall7 hours agoNewsCouncil picks new City ManagerBrennon Dixson18 hours agoFeaturedNewsProtesting parents and Snapchat remain in disagreement over child protection policiesClara Harter18 hours agoFeaturedNewsDowntown grocery to become mixed use developmenteditor18 hours agoNewsBruised but unbowed, meme stock investors are back for moreAssociated Press18 hours agoNewsWedding boom is on in the US as vendors scramble to keep upAssociated Press18 hours agolast_img read more

SunPower can access another $44.5 million for solar leases

first_imgSunPower can access another $44.5 million for solar leasesU.S. vertically integrated manufacturer SunPower has closed an agreement to finance $44.5 million of its solar leases. Hannon Armstrong Sustainable Infrastructure Capital (HASI) is providing the capital. July 28, 2014 Jonathan Gifford Legal Manufacturing Markets Markets & Policy Share While some analysts are predicting that the U.S. solar leasing market may be in decline, the value that still exists in the market segment has been demonstrated by SunPower’s accessing of another bundle of cash to roll out its solar lease product. The deal announced today, worth $44.5 million, is on top a $42 million financing deal SunPower announced with HASI in April. “We are pleased to extend our partnership with Hannon Armstrong to further fund the demand for SunPower’s residential lease program, which is one finance option we offer homeowners,” said SunPower CFO Chuck Boynton – in a statement. “The SunPower Lease program offers our customers financing under highly competitive terms for their SunPower solar panels… coupled with our unprecedented level of energy assurance.” Anti-dumping duties As a U.S. company with manufacturing in Malaysia and the Philippines, SunPower looks set to benefit from last week’s ruling by the U.S. Department of Commerce that anti dumping tariffs of between 26-165% on imports of crystalline silicon solar PV cells and modules from China and Taiwan. Despite this, CEO Tom Werner told pv magazine that he remains committed to free trade. “First of all, we believe in free markets, we prefer free markets. Secondly, we’re not affected by the infringement case with the tariffs,” said Werner. “Our supply chain is engineered in a way that any tariffs are not relevant to us. Thirdly is, we saw during the downturn that companies were being supported in a way that wasn’t just justified by their cost. So the idea that our governments were supporting the industry is just factually obvious.” Werner admitted though, that it’s likely that tariffs will affect U.S. module prices. “To the extent that the trade dispute has happened, it has caused pricing to go up a little bit in the U.S., it’s only a few cents per watt, it’s not a huge driver, but it is a driver.” SunPower is engaged with a range of market segments in the U.S. including residential, through leasing, loans and direct sales and utility scale. SunPower is currently in the process of adding 350 MW of cell capacity, with its Fab Four manufacturing line. Werner said that it is likely the capacity will be added in Southeast Asia. “I think it’s a good location for the future,” said Werner. “We will competitively bid the next expansion and look at other parts of the market for our expansion. 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