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Huntington Beach City Council Hearing – February 4

California RSOL will attend the Huntington Beach City Council Hearing and speak at the second reading of the proposed modification of the the Ordinance prohibiting registrants to enter public parks and places. Come join us at 6 pm on Monday, February 4th!

6:00 PM – Regular Meeting
Council Chambers – 2000 Main Street
Huntington Beach, CA 92648


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Will you be making it known that you will sue them if the ordinance passes?

I am glad you are bringing this up, as the point of modifying the ordinance also eludes me. They are doing all this just to end up with an ordinance that has already been shot down once as unconstitutional.

HB is one of the 4 OC cities that is being sued. Will this amendment have an impact on the lawsuit? The City of Lake Forest did the sensible thing – both financially and legally – and repealed.

What is the point of this modification?

My best guess is that HB is trying to cozy up to the Orange County DA. Why? I don’t know. Only time will tell. Having said that, they are placing a large bet on a long shot. As Jeffrey stated above, one appellate court has already ruled that the Orange County ordinance is preempted by state law. If the HB law is just the same as the county ordinance, it will be ruled preempted as well.

I have been very patient with many of these city councils. So, I look forward to presenting before the Huntington Beach city council tomorrow. It’s a family thing.

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