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CORONA: Sex offender ordinance may change

Long-standing housing restrictions for convicted sex offenders in Corona could be amended Wednesday, July 15, bringing the city into compliance with a state law passed in March. Full Article

What: The Corona City Council may change city rules to allow sex offenders to live within 2,000 feet of a school or park.

When: 6:30 p.m. Wednesday, July 15

Where: City Council chambers, 400 S. Vicentia Ave., Corona

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Well I can assure the reader that Corona never enforced their banishment law with 100% accuracy.

If so, that is a good thing!

Nationless, Los Angeles County also did not enforce their residency restrictions with 100% accuracy, suggesting that these are like “Jim Crow” laws – Mr. LawEnforcement just keeps these laws in his back pocket and only pulls them out to punish whomever he chooses.

@D I think you are spot-on with that opinion. I obeyed the law, did not keep my yard a mess, some of my neighbors actually LIKE me, others are just too busy trying to get by to worry about me. I adjusted my behavior to help my neighbors feel more at ease. I sun bathe in my backyard, not the front. If the kids are outside, I stay inside. I never EVER speak to any of the kids on the block. I do not make any moves to get close to the families other than friendly hellos. So I think… Read more »

I lived in corona CA cops told me I could not live in corona or even buy a house out there for years all my family was out there it waz hard and I was paranoid all the time for like five years really suck man

Anyone know the outcome of this?

The ordinance was passed to remove the 2000 foot residency restrictions and this was reluctantly passed 4 Yes, 0 Noes. Here is the link to the Corona City council meeting and go to 52 minutes into the meeting for the discussion and the vote. The city attorney directed the council that if they didn’t pass this ordinance that they would definitely be sued and which would be costly for the city in attorneys fees. They also asked the police chief how many registered citizens were in the city and he stated 87.

If the supreme court passed this is it for all CA cities or just Corona?

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