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Workers Stage Walkout At Crenshaw McDonald's Due To Coronavirus

Workers at a McDonald's in the Crenshaw District staged a drive-thru walkout after they learned a co-worker tested positive for COVID-19.City News Service, News Partner|Updated Sun, Apr 5, 2020 at 7:23 pm PTLOS ANGELES, CA — Workers at a Crenshaw District McDonald's staged a walkout Sunday after learning a co-worker tested positive for COVID-19, and they say the company has not provided the necessary e...

Workers at a McDonald's in the Crenshaw District staged a drive-thru walkout after they learned a co-worker tested positive for COVID-19.

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LOS ANGELES, CA — Workers at a Crenshaw District McDonald's staged a walkout Sunday after learning a co-worker tested positive for COVID-19, and they say the company has not provided the necessary equipment to keep them safe, a worker said.

The strike happened at the McDonald's restaurant at 2838 Crenshaw Blvd. at 9:30 a.m. as a response of workers learning that a female co-worker tested positive for the virus this past week, Bartoleme Perez, a 30-year cook at McDonald's told City News Service.

"We don't yet know exactly who tested positive," Perez told CNS. "One of our other co-workers let people know that a female worker had tested positive for the virus Monday or Tuesday."

Perez said workers want equipment such as masks to help keep workers safe. Workers already get gloves, he said, because McDonald's is required to give workers gloves.

Workers also want to know why the company did not inform the other workers about their sick co-worker, Perez said.

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"We've been pleading for protective equipment for more than a month now, but McDonald's is putting its profits ahead of out health," Perez said. "We don't want to die for McDonald's burgers and fries."

Perez told CNS that workers want a two-week quarantine with full pay because of the co-worker who tested positive for coronavirus. Workers are also demanding that McDonald's cover healthcare costs for any worker or worker's family member who tests positive.

He said McDonald's has not provided testing for the other workers who came into contact with the infected woman, adding that hours have been reduced, as have staff because of the virus, and each shift is only employing 10 to 15 people.

Workers are in the process of filing a complaint with California's OSHA because of the infected co-worker and lack of safety equipment.

Perez also said he's heard that three other workers have been quarantined, but doesn't know if that number is accurate or if the workers have tested positive for COVID-19.

Workers are committed to stay out until it's safe for them to come back and get equipment they need to protect themselves, he said.

He said he doesn't exactly know what workers will do about money as the strike drags on.

"We need security before we come back to work," Perez said. "I haven't really thought about the money at this point. I just want me and my family to be safe."

Perez said workers also intend to reach out to L.A.'s mayor and other elected officials for help with their plight.

Sunday's walkout is the latest in a list of locations where workers have walked off the job because they don't feel they have protection against the virus and are demanding hazard and sick pay.

Those other locations include: Memphis, Tennessee; Miami, Tampa and Orlando, Florida; Raleigh-Durham, North Carolina; St. Louis, Missouri; and San Jose.

No one from McDonald's was immediately available for comment. But McDonald's Corp. has put out a number of official statements regarding the virus and safety of its workers and customers.

"Employees at our company-owned restaurants who are impacted by the virus are receiving two weeks paid leave to tend to their critical health needs. In addition, employees at a large percentage of franchised restaurants will receive emergency paid leave through the Families First Coronavirus Response Act," said McDonald's USA President Joe Erlinger.

"During these difficult economic times, we are also vigilant in our role as an employer. We have been working tirelessly in this crisis to continue to serve our communities so we can provide the jobs our employees need.

"As reported by the National Restaurant Association this week, the restaurant industry stands to lose 5 to 7 million jobs as a result of the coronavirus. Combined with our franchisees, McDonald's provides approximately 850,000 jobs in the U.S. and pays billions in payroll every year.

"That's why we have been working to ensure our franchisees, many of whom are small-business owners, have the economic support they need so they aren't forced to close their doors. If they can stay open, they are able to give their employees job security and peace of mind in a safe environment," Erlinger said.

McDonald's CEO Chris Kempczinski put out a video message outlining five principles that McDonald's is following in dealing with the pandemic. These include:

1. We're all in this together. We've got each others' backs because that's what makes us so strong.2. Think and act with a long-term mindset. One day, we will be on the other side of this. Life will normalize again. Communities will be back to normal. And that's where we need to keep our focus. The decisions we do or don't make in the coming weeks will reverberate for years.3. Be transparent with each other and our stakeholders.If any one of us has a problem, we all have a problem. The system can count on McDonald's leaders to tell it like it is.4. Lead by example. McDonald's will lead, "we always do" with our customers and people in mind. We will never ask customers or our people to go where we wouldn't go, or work where we wouldn't work.5. Stay true to our purpose. Fostering community is the most powerful thing we do. Our system has almost 40,000 community touchpoints. These are spaces where we feed and foster the community we serve.

Perez and the other workers say they are waiting for McDonald's to back up that talk when it comes to their employee safety.

CFPB Obtains Ban Against Debt Relief CEO Daniel Crenshaw

Washington, D.C. – Today, the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau (CFPB) filed a proposed order to resolve its allegations that Performance SLC, a student loan debt relief business, and Performance Settlement, a general debt-settlement company, along with their owner and CEO, Daniel Crenshaw, engaged in wrongful fee-charging practices and deceptive telemarketing. Performance SLC unlawfully collected upfront payments from borrowers and did not provide required disclosures. Performance Settlement settled debts without the require...

Washington, D.C. – Today, the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau (CFPB) filed a proposed order to resolve its allegations that Performance SLC, a student loan debt relief business, and Performance Settlement, a general debt-settlement company, along with their owner and CEO, Daniel Crenshaw, engaged in wrongful fee-charging practices and deceptive telemarketing. Performance SLC unlawfully collected upfront payments from borrowers and did not provide required disclosures. Performance Settlement settled debts without the required consumer authorization and tricked certain consumers into enrolling into its debt-resolution services. If entered by the court, the judgment would ban Performance SLC permanently from debt relief services and ban Crenshaw from debt relief services for five years. It would also ban Performance Settlement from certain loan-settlement and lead-generation activities.

The three defendants are based in California. Crenshaw is the CEO and sole owner of Performance SLC and the CEO and majority owner of Performance Settlement. Performance Settlement is a general debt resolution company that negotiates settlements of consumers’ unsecured debts for a fee of 25% of the amount of the enrolled debt. Performance SLC provided federal student loan debt relief services to consumers by processing and submitting the paperwork required for them to apply for loan consolidation, loan repayment, and loan forgiveness programs offered by the U.S. Department of Education (ED). Performance SLC ceased operations in 2020.

On November 5, 2020, the CFPB filed a lawsuit in the federal district court for the Central District of California against Performance SLC, Performance Settlement, and Crenshaw. The Bureau alleges Performance SLC and Crenshaw charged more than 9,000 consumers with federal student-loan debt approximately $10.5 million in illegal upfront fees. The Bureau also alleges that Crenshaw and Performance Settlement used deceptive sales tactics to sign certain consumers up for debt-relief services. Specifically, the Bureau alleges that:

Crenshaw both participated directly in the violations and had the authority to control them. As CEO and sole owner of Performance SLC, Crenshaw oversaw all its managers and was involved in creating its policies and procedures, reviewing payment reports, overseeing collections, and receiving consumer complaints deemed credible for elevation. As majority owner and CEO of Performance Settlement, Crenshaw oversaw the company’s managers, was involved in creating its policies, procedures, and sales scripts, and regularly monitored the company’s sales and customer trust accounts.

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Under the Dodd-Frank Wall Street Reform and Consumer Protection Act, the CFPB has the authority to take action against institutions violating consumer financial laws, including engaging in unfair, deceptive, or abusive acts or practices. In addition to allegedly violating the Consumer Financial Protection Act, the defendants’ actions allegedly violated the Telemarketing Sales Rule. The order, if entered by the court, would require:

The Bureau will work to provide full relief from the Civil Penalty Fund to eligible harmed consumers.

Read today’s proposed order filed in federal district court for the Central District of California.

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The Consumer Financial Protection Bureau is a 21st century agency that implements and enforces Federal consumer financial law and ensures that markets for consumer financial products are fair, transparent, and competitive. For more information, visit consumerfinance.gov.

Metro to hold four community meetings to evaluate routes for Crenshaw/LAX Line Northern Extension

Metro is holding four community meetings in March to discuss alternatives to extend the Crenshaw/LAX Line north with transfers and connections to the Metro Expo, Purple and Red Lines as well as numerous heavily traveled bus lines. The public is encouraged to attend and participate in the planning of this key transit project.The Crenshaw/LAX Line is currently under construction and runs between the Metro Green Line and the Expo Line’s station at Crenshaw and Exposition boulevards. With a scheduled opening in 2020, the first phase...

Metro is holding four community meetings in March to discuss alternatives to extend the Crenshaw/LAX Line north with transfers and connections to the Metro Expo, Purple and Red Lines as well as numerous heavily traveled bus lines. The public is encouraged to attend and participate in the planning of this key transit project.

The Crenshaw/LAX Line is currently under construction and runs between the Metro Green Line and the Expo Line’s station at Crenshaw and Exposition boulevards. With a scheduled opening in 2020, the first phase of the Crenshaw/LAX Line will provide light rail service to the Crenshaw Corridor, Inglewood and LAX communities.

The Crenshaw Northern Extension is a Measure M-funded project that will continue the line north of Exposition Boulevard and the Expo Line, with the extension serving portions of the cities of Los Angeles, Beverly Hills and West Hollywood. A feasibility study for the project was released last summer and there are five potential alignments under review (see map above). Metro will be conducting this screening study through fall 2019. Information from this study will be used to help determine which alignment options will be studied further in a formal environmental review process anticipated to begin in early 2020.

The Crenshaw Northern Extension project — when combined with existing and future Metro projects — will ultimately provide a rail connection between the South Bay, LAX area, South Los Angeles, Inglewood, Crenshaw corridor, Mid-City, Central Los Angeles, West Hollywood and Hollywood communities.

Measure M allocates $2.24 billion to the project, with a groundbreaking date of 2041 and project completion date of 2047. Metro is conducting this study now as there are efforts underway to identify funding to accelerate this schedule. This project is one of many funded by Measure M, the sales tax ballot measure approved by 71 percent of L.A. County voters in 2016.

The information at all four community meetings will be identical.

Thursday, March 21, 2019, 6 – 8 p.m. at the Westside Jewish Community Center, 5870 West Olympic Blvd. Los Angeles, CA 90036. Accessible via: Metro bus lines 30, 217, 28, 728 and 780. Limited parking in a lot and the street is available.

Saturday, March 23, 2019, 10 a.m. – 12 p.m. at Virginia Road Elementary School, 2925 Virginia Road, Los Angeles, CA 90016. Accessible via: DASH, Metro bus lines 38, 210, 710 and 740. Parking in a lot and street is available.

Tuesday, March 26, 2019, 6 – 8 p.m. United Teachers Los Angeles, 3303 Wilshire Blvd. Los Angeles, CA 90010. Accessible via: Metro Red/Purple and DASH, Metro bus lines 18, 20, 51, 52, 201, 204, 720 and 754. Limited street and parking lot available

Thursday, March 28, 2019, 6 – 8 p.m. West Hollywood Library, 625 N. San Vicente Blvd. West Hollywood, CA 90069. Accessible via: DASH, West Hollywood Cityline and Metro bus lines 4, 10, 16, 30, 105 and 704. Limited street and parking lot available.

All Metro meetings are held at ADA accessible facilities. Spanish translation will be provided for all meetings. Korean translation will be provided for the March 26 meeting at United Teachers Los Angeles. Russian translation will be provided for the March 28 meeting at the West Hollywood Library. Other ADA accommodations and translations will be available by calling (323) 466-3876 or California Relay Service at 711 at least 72 hours in advance.

For more information contact the project at (213) 418-3093 or visit crenshawnorth@metro.net or metro.net/crenshawnorth.

Grand opening: New rail yard that will serve Crenshaw/LAX and Green Lines!

Metro and local officials today celebrated the grand opening of the $172-million Southwestern Yard, a rail maintenance facility next to LAX that will serve the future Crenshaw/LAX Line and Green Line. The rail yard will have the capacity to store 70 light rail vehicles and will have about 200 employees.The facility was designed and built by Hensel Phelps Herzog (HPH) under contract with Metro. Design work began in June 2015, construction in...

Metro and local officials today celebrated the grand opening of the $172-million Southwestern Yard, a rail maintenance facility next to LAX that will serve the future Crenshaw/LAX Line and Green Line. The rail yard will have the capacity to store 70 light rail vehicles and will have about 200 employees.

The facility was designed and built by Hensel Phelps Herzog (HPH) under contract with Metro. Design work began in June 2015, construction in May 2016 and work was completed in January 2019 with the project on time and on budget. The Crenshaw/LAX Line is scheduled to open in 2020.

Light rail vehicles will be maintained and inspected at the 115,000-square-foot facility. Other work to be done in the Southwestern Yard includes body repairs, painting, storage and cleaning and washing. In addition, the facility will house general administration and support service staff, miscellaneous maintenance shops and equipment housing and storage.

The Southwestern Yard was designed and constructed to attain LEED Silver Certification with many green features. These include pollution reducing construction processes, treatment of stormwater runoff and the use of low-emitting paints, sealants, coatings and other materials. There is also energy-saving lighting and air conditioning.

The Southwestern Yard is part of the Crenshaw/LAX Line, the 8.5-mile light rail line that will run between the Expo Line and connect with the Green Line near the Aviation/LAX Station. When the Crenshaw/LAX line opens in 2020 it will offer the communities of Crenshaw, Inglewood, Westchester and LAX a modern transit option that offers easy access to the rest of the Metro Rail system.

In 2020, Metro is expected to begin major construction on the Airport Metro Connector Station, which will be next to the new rail yard. The station will be the transfer point between local transit — including the Crenshaw/LAX Line and Green Line — and Los Angeles International Airport’s future Automated People Mover (APM) that will transport riders to the airport terminals. The station and people mover are forecast to be complete in 2023.

The Crenshaw/LAX Line is partially funded by Measure R, the half-cent sales tax measure approved by L.A. County voters in 2008. Please see this post for a new video on construction of the project.

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Design options released for congested Crenshaw Boulevard-405 Freeway interchange

Loading your audio articleCaltrans is seeking public reaction to an environmental analysis prepared for the pending reconstruction of the chronically congested Crenshaw Boulevard and 182nd Street interchange at the 405 Freeway that’s scheduled to start in July 2018.The complex, four-year-long project is expected to cost $60.5 million to $85.2 million for its design and construction depending on which of three alternatives is selected, said Eduardo Aguilar, senior environmental planner for the state Department of Transport...

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Caltrans is seeking public reaction to an environmental analysis prepared for the pending reconstruction of the chronically congested Crenshaw Boulevard and 182nd Street interchange at the 405 Freeway that’s scheduled to start in July 2018.

The complex, four-year-long project is expected to cost $60.5 million to $85.2 million for its design and construction depending on which of three alternatives is selected, said Eduardo Aguilar, senior environmental planner for the state Department of Transportation.

The entire interchange is persistently overloaded, a situation that worsens considerably during rush hour.

Short on- and off-ramps create potentially dangerous lines of vehicles on surface streets and on the freeway itself, hampering the efficiency of the 405.

On Crenshaw Boulevard and 182nd Street, it matters little whether a motorist is turning right, left or is simply going through the intersections; all lanes are affected, resulting in an obstacle course of sorts for motorists who must literally weave in and out of lanes to get where they’re going, said Torrance’s engineering manager, Ted Semaan.

Volume is so heavy that, unlike most intersections where traffic in opposite directions can travel through them simultaneously, eastbound and westbound vehicles must take turns so as not to block traffic and cause gridlock, he said.

“It is extremely congested,” said Semaan, conceding that traffic is so bad he avoids the intersection whenever possible.

The proposed improvements are designed to alleviate some of that persistent congestion by increasing the capacity of the interchange and improving traffic flow, accessibility and safety.

With traffic volumes projected to increase, conditions will only deteriorate further if nothing is done, officials said.

Accident rates at intersections there are above state averages, according to a just-released 196-page environmental analysis.

Improvements to be made include:

• Adding an additional lane to the existing freeway on‐ and off- ramps and constructing a new two-lane on‐ramp to the southbound 405 from Crenshaw Boulevard.

• Widening Crenshaw Boulevard south of the interchange to make room for a new, exclusive right-turn lane onto the proposed new southbound on-ramp.

• Widening westbound 182nd Street between the northbound 405 on- and off-ramps and Crenshaw Boulevard.

• Building or reconstructing more than more than 12,000 feet of sound walls.

The detailed environmental analysis is available online and at the Katy Geissert Civic Center Library, 3301 Torrance Blvd.

No public hearing is anticipated, although one can be requested by calling Aguilar at 213-897-8492.

Written comments should be made by July 19 to: Ron Kosinski, deputy transportation director, California Department of Transportation, Division of Environmental Planning (405-Crenshaw), 100 S. Main St., MS-16A, Los Angeles CA 90012.

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