Rep. Damoose, who authored a House Resolution encouraging Michiganders to go out to eat on January 16, talks about the Governor’s change in plans that will now allow the resumption of indoor dining at the start of February. Rep. Damoose says people are being hurt and that he’ll work to celebrate the reopening of restaurants when the Governor finally makes a decision.
Rep. John Damoose of Harbor Springs today issued the following statement after Gov. Whitmer announced indoor restaurant dining will resume Feb. 1 with capacity limits and curfews: “I was going to say the governor’s announcement is a day late and a dollar short – but it’s actually several weeks late, and several million dollars short […]
Rep. Damoose looks ahead to Wednesday’s virtual State of the State address, and says he hopes to hear Governor Whitmer talk about allowing winter high school sports, improving rural broadband, and extend words of thanks to Michigan residents for the sacrifices they have made during the last year.
Rep. John Damoose today asked Gov. Gretchen Whitmer to decisively and publicly commit to allowing in-person dining at Michigan restaurants no later than Feb. 1 – a move that would provide much-needed certainty for the industry and the families that depend on it to earn a living.