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Costa Mesa repeals law banning sex offenders from public parks

The Costa Mesa City Council on Tuesday night agreed to repeal an ordinance that banned registered sex offenders from entering city parks without permission from law enforcement.

The council’s unanimous vote comes after state appellate court rulings against similar ordinances adopted by the Irvine City Council and the Orange County Board of Supervisors. Costa Mesa is facing its own lawsuit, John Doe vs. City of Costa Mesa, filed in 2012. Full Article

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  1. Q

    Well well well! If anyone reads the article they will notice that Mr full of baloney Tony may ONLY appeal the decision of the state. A few weeks back he was all gung -ho to challenge the higher courts ruling, ready to lead the charge of his light brigade to defeat, again, (and yet another embarrassing disaster) just like Lord Cardigan. The only difference is Lord Cardigan didn’t have to write a big-ol check to Janice after shooting his self in the foot. I think, albeit slowly, Tony Rackauckas is conceding defeat. I think it’s funny when a narcissist like good ol Tony gets a much needed reality check.

  2. j

    Yep, Tony is definitely the Identified Patient in this sick public policy family…

  3. j

    As I mentioned in a previous post (months back), all 100K registrants should write letters to each of these chiefs of police requesting visitation to their parks and recreation areas. That would further underscore the lunacy and inefficiency of their laws.

    • Joe

      When in reality 99,9xx of these 100,000 registrants never do anything.

      What were the responses to the letters you have written?

      • j

        No reply. The same as my certified mail to the doj requesting answers the previous rfi’s.

  4. Tim

    Having to ask permission to go to OUR parks. Interested in what the criteria they use to deny someone not on parole or probation, if any. We didn’t say “please.”

  5. G4Change

    Bravo, Janice and CA-RSOL!

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