Vol. 1, Issue 1, February 8-14, 2008
THE LATEST: City Council voted unanimously to send an ordinance on storing vehicles publicly back to City Attorney Patrick Munoz for fine-tuning, in the hope of bringing the ordinance back to the City Council next month. The city has been receiving regular complaints, primarily by residents, concerning other owners’ oversized or business-related vehicles stored for long periods of time on public streets in front of their properties rather than in front of the owner’s property. However, in attempting to enforce its Municipal Code, the city has found certain sections to the code were vague and lacked detail to address certain issues. Three code sections were revised by the city’s Traffic Improvement Commission, but the City Council felt those revisions still needed
WHAT’S NEXT: The ordinance will be brought back to City Council for another first reading in March.
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