Farrell39s ceo Michael Fleming backed a bill that would require parking lot barriers to protect storefronts

Farrell's c.e.o. Michael Fleming backed a bill that would require parking lot barriers to protect storefronts.

California lawmakers mandate new parking lot barriers

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California lawmakers last week approved a bill that would set standards for storefront barriers designed to prevent vehicles from crashing into buildings, a surprisingly common problem in the restaurant industry.

Assembly Bill 764, which awaits the governor’s signature, was pushed in part by Michael Fleming, c.e.o. of the Farrell’s Ice Cream Parlour chain, along with Artesia city councilman Victor Manolo. In April 2014, Manolo’s mother-in-law died and six others were injured aft

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