ROSENDAHL ACTS TO EVADE COASTAL COMMISSION RULES BANNING OVERNIGHT PARKING

Posted: January 18, 2010 in Gentrification
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MOTION Made by CD11 BILL ROSENDAHL on December 15, 2009

California Vehicle Code Section 22507 authorizes cities to prohibit or restrict the stopping, parking, or standing of vehicles, including vehicles that are six feet or more in height (oversize vehicles), during all or certain hours of the day. State law also allows localities to issue a permit or permits that exempt residents and their guests from these prohibitions or restrictions.  In 2006, the City adopted an ordinance (CF#05-0207) adding a new Section 80.69.4 andamending Sections 80.76.2 and 89.60 of Chapter VIII of the Los Angeles Municipal Code to prohibit or limit parking of oversize vehicles on certain streets between 2:00 a.m. and 6:00 a.m. Specifically, Section 80.69.4.(a) defmes an oversize vehicles as one in excess of 22 feet in length and over 84 inches in height.

For more go here:

http://clkrep.lacity.org/onlinedocs/2009/09-3036_mot_12-15-09.pdf

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Comments
  1. coast4u says:

    guess Rosendahl and the City Attorney don’t understand in the coastal zonethat a City ordinace does not over rule the Coastal Act. For that ordinance to be legal the Coastal Commission will have to approve it. Guess what the chances of that are?

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