Terry Mullikin, left, and Jake Bitter with their leftover lunches packed into Styrofoam containers at Margie's Diner in San Luis Obispo, where owner Marjorie Johnson was concerned about a 2015 ordinance that banned the materials in city limits.
Terry Mullikin, left, and Jake Bitter with their leftover lunches packed into Styrofoam containers at Margie's Diner in San Luis Obispo, where owner Marjorie Johnson was concerned about a 2015 ordinance that banned the materials in city limits. Joe Johnston
Terry Mullikin, left, and Jake Bitter with their leftover lunches packed into Styrofoam containers at Margie's Diner in San Luis Obispo, where owner Marjorie Johnson was concerned about a 2015 ordinance that banned the materials in city limits. Joe Johnston

SLO County moves to ban Styrofoam. Local restaurants warn it will cost customers

May 09, 2018 05:57 PM