Budget committee to vote on City Hall cafe lease

City Hall could gain a cafe.

The Board of Supervisors Budget and Finance Committee, chaired by Supervisor John Avalos, is meeting Wednesday to vote on a five-year lease with Elias M. Nasra & Family Partnership to operate a cafe in the North Light Court of City Hall.

The partnership scored the highest of four others vying for the lease in a competitive bidding process. The partnership would pay The City $18,000 a year, beginning in January.

The committee meets Wednesday, at 11 a.m., in Room 250 at City Hall. The lease would require approval by the full board to go into effect. Read more details on the proposal here.

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