It’s time to Show Up, Stand Up and Speak Up!
The first two cities in L.A. County have proposed ordinances that would prohibit all registrants, regardless of type or date of offense, from visiting parks, libraries, museums and other public areas. These ordinances must be stopped before L.A. County duplicates Orange County where most cities have such ordinances!!
We effectively stopped the City of Cerritos, the first city in L.A. County, from passing its ordinance on August 23 when that city honored the request CA RSOL’s to stop further consideration of its ordinance. Unfortunately, the City of Lancaster took a different approach and initially approved a more limiting ordinance on August 28. Lancaster will consider that ordinance again on September 11. That is when YOU are needed to Show Up, Stand Up and Speak Up at the City Council meeting in opposition to that ordinance.
We have sent the following letter to the Lancaster City Council.
If you are unable to join us on September 11, please show your support in the following ways:
(1) call the City Council at (661) 723-6000,
(2) send them a FAX at (661) 723-6141,
(3) send E-mails to Mayor Rex Parris and members of the City Council at firstname.lastname@example.org, email@example.com, firstname.lastname@example.org, email@example.com,and firstname.lastname@example.org and
(4) make an online donation to CA RSOL at www.californiarsol.org. We are bringing light to this important issue and we will be heard!