NE: Auburn limits where sex offenders can reside, clarifies street parking laws

[ – 4/12/21]

AUBURN – The Auburn City Council adopted several resolutions at Monday’s meeting including an addition to the city code limiting where sex offenders and can live and clarifying where visitors can park.

City Attorney Angelo Ligouri said the city council intended to pass a sex offender ordinance in 2006, when the state established a sex offender registry. The city recently realized the ordinance had not been passed.

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Registrants are sooooo scary and dangerous that the vital residency restriction the city wanted that would save their children from the frighteningly high danger was … FORGOTTEN! For FIFTEEN YEARS!

Oops! Ok, NOW their children are safe! What a relief!

I would be laughing if the hypocrisy wasn’t so thick!

Auburn’s city attorney is just as incompetent as the city council, thinking the ordinance was enacted 15 years ago. Auburn should focus on the drug problems with Meth and stop harassing 15 people. Hopefully the next time the Missouri overflows it’s banks Auburn can spare a few officials as dams for flood waters.

I wonder what prompted them to pass this ordinance now?

Regardless, the City Attorney is wrong. The ordinance does not apply to all people forced to register just those considered “predators,” which is determined by the crime of conviction.

I believe Nebraska only labels someone a predator if the victim is under a certain age or they have more than one conviction.

The ordinance on parking is plan dumb also because all you need is a license plate with a different number than Nemaha. Nebraska’s license plates have a different number based on population.

PFR’s aside, who wants to live in a place that doesn’t let you park a car in the street unless you’re a visitor anyway? Especially in a small town (it’s hardly big enough to be called a city) like that. That’s not quite as stupid but almost as stupid as the 500ft rule. The town is just stupid overall.