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Lompoc council to consider changes to sex offender ordinance [UPDATED with more media and video]

Lompoc’s City Council members tonight will consider easing loitering restrictions in the city’s sex offender ordinance to conform to state law, and temporarily suspending enforcement of residency limitations for registered offenders. Full Article

City Council Hearing Video (click on #9)

Update 7/16: Lompoc Council OKs settlement with registered sex offender (Lompoc Record)

Update 7/17: To Settle Lawsuit, Lompoc Council Agrees to Ease Restrictions for Sex Offenders (Noozhawk)

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  1. Q

    35 cities have repealed or stayed! That’s quite a few notches on Janice’s trusty ol six shooter 🙂 I just hope the outlaws on the city council, and their accomplices; the public, know that in this instance the word “amend,” which means to change or improve, such as a mistake, should mean “repeal.” And hopefully it will soon be realized “the public’s right to information on the whereabouts of registered sex offenders” is just as big of a mistake and about as necessary as presence restrictions.

    Hopefully it will also be recognized that it’s morally reprehensible and unconstitutional to punish and keep retroactively punishing thousands (the number easily climbs into the millions when you include families) of people for what one individual did. And yes; I’m referring to prop 83 and similar laws. It’s pretty obvious and unfortunate that we are witnessing a mass stupor by the public over the manufactured issue of the “sex offender.” This makes it a high hill that Janice ET-AL have chosen to climb on the behalf of millions of people (let us not forget the families of registrants).

    The only logical choice the city counsel has is to follow the recommendation of city attorney’s Joe Pannone and Lindsay Tabian and “suspend enforcement” of their illegal ordinances” and to pay up! Bunch of dummies! 🙂

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