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esylvester replied to the topic Re: US Senate just passed a Bill to end are rights!!! in the forum.Thanks for the headsup, man, pretty crazy.... As I said last night on the phone, though, unfortunately I wasn't surprised to hear about this since we seem to be becoming more and more of a police state every day. By not doing anything about it, we'll wake up one day under martial law and wonder, "How did it come to this?"
This is a list of local City and County Codes that was compiled by Mike O...
I have attempted to put together all the City, County Ordinance that might apply to us in regard to our
1. Exercise of continuous free speech at the Courthouse.
2. Our Marches and Rallies and protests.
It is possible that I might have missed something. I am not an attorney.
San Luis Obispo City has recently passed an "unruly gathering" ordinance (aimed at student parties,) that at some point I imagine they will attempt to use against us.
- Mike O."
The San Luis Obispo Municipal Code is here: www.codepublishing.com/ca/sanluisobispo/
SLOMC Chapter 5.80 PARADES AND ASSEMBLIES
5.80.010 Permit required.
5.80.040 Application for permit.
5.80.050 General criteria for issuance or denial of permit.
5.80.070 Notice of issuance or denial of permit.
5.80.080 Interference with parade or assembly.
5.80.100 Content of permit.
5.80.110 City’s costs to be paid by person or organization responsible for parade or assembly.
5.80.130 Prompt judicial review.
SLOMC Title 8 Health and Safety.
8.16 Smoking Prohibited and Secondhand Smoke Control
8.20 Food Handling
SLOMC Title 9 PUBLIC PEACE, MORALS AND WELFARE
9.04 Possession of Open Containers or Consumption of Alcoholic Beverages in Public Places
9.05 Underage Persons and Alcohol
9.06 Prohibition on Aggressive Solicitation
9.06.020 Prohibition of aggressive soliciting.
9.06.025 Prohibition of solicitation from specified locations.
9.06.030 Demand for services.
9.06.040 Free speech.
9.08 Drug Paraphernalia
9.12 Noise Control
9.12.010 Declaration of policy.
9.12.030 Authority and duties of the noise control office(r) (NCO).
9.12.040 General noise regulations.
9.12.050 Prohibited acts.
9.12.060 Exterior noise limits.
9.12.070 Interior noise standards.
9.12.080 Motor vehicle noise limits.
9.12.090 Special provisions (exemptions).
9.13 Unruly Gatherings
9.13.010 Declaration of policy.
9.13.030 Unruly gatherings prohibited.
9.13.040 Notice of unruly gathering—Mailing to property owner.
9.13.050 Persons liable for a response to an unruly gathering.
9.13.070 Collection of delinquent costs.
9.20 Miscellaneous Prohibitions
9.20.050 Urination in public.
9.21 Second Response Cost Recovery
9.22 Safety Enhancement Zones
9.30 Nudity in Public Places
9.40 Public Benches
9.40.010 Infraction established.
SLOMC Title 10 VEHICLES AND TRAFFIC
Chapter 10.32 PEDESTRIAN REGULATIONS
10.32.020 Crosswalks—Use required when.
10.36 Stopping, Standing and Parking for Certain Purposes or in Certain Places
10.44 Stopping for Loading or Unloading Only
Chapter 10.48 RESTRICTED USE OF CERTAIN STREETS
10.48.020 Advertising vehicles.
Chapter 10.60 OBSTRUCTIONS TO VISIBILITY
10.60.040 Violations deemed nuisance—Abatement.
Chapter 10.76 COASTERS, ROLLER SKATES AND SIMILAR DEVICES
10.76.010 Use of prohibited on streets and sidewalks in downtown area.
SLOMC Title 12 STREETS, SIDEWALKS AND PUBLIC PLACES
12.04 Encroachments and Excavations
SLOMC Title 17 ZONING
COUNTY CODE OF ORDINANCES - Note: the County Clerk has the most updated version. library.municode.com/index.aspx?clientID...statename=California
COUNTY CODE Chapter 1.04 - GENERAL PENALTY
1.04.010 - Penalties for violation.
1.04.020 - Separate offenses.
1.04.040 - Nuisance abatement.
COUNTY CODE Chapter 1.08 - CITATIONS
1.08.010 - Duties of arresting officer.
1.08.015 - Discretion of arresting officer.
1.08.020 - Notice to appear.
1.08.030 - Notice provisions.
1.08.040 - Failure to appear.
1.08.050 - Complaint filing.
1.08.055 - Release on bail or own recognizance.
1.08.060 - Appearance by counsel.
1.08.070 - Violation of written promise to appear.
1.08.080 - Notice constitutes complaint.
COUNTY CODE Chapter 1.09 - JUDICIAL REVIEW OF COUNTY DECISIONS
1.09.020 - Judicial review—Ninety-day limit.
Judicial review of any decision subject to the provisions of this chapter and Code of Civil Procedure Section 1094.6 may be had only if the petition for judicial review is filed within ninety days after the decision becomes final; provided that, pursuant to the provisions of Section 1094.6(d) of the Code of Civil Procedure, if the petitioner files a request for the record within ten days after the date the decision becomes final, the time within which a petition for judicial review may be filed shall be extended to not later than the thirtieth day following the date on which the record is either personally delivered or mailed to the petitioner or his or her attorney of record, if the petitioner has one.
COUNTY CODE Chapter 2.72 - COUNTY BUILDINGS AND GROUNDS
2.72.010 - Solicitors, peddlers or vendors prohibited.
COUNTY CODE Title 7 - PUBLIC PEACE, SAFETY AND MORALS
Chapter 7.20 - UNREASONABLE LOITERING (Avila and Cayucous)
Chapter 7.22 - CURFEW FOR MINORS
COUNTY CODE Title 8 - HEALTH AND SANITATION
Chapter 8.22 - NO-SMOKING AREAS ESTABLISHED IN CERTAIN PUBLIC PLACES
Chapter 8.54 - ENFORCEMENT—CITATION AUTHORITY
8.54.020 - Civil action designated.
If any person, firm, association or corporation commences, conducts or carries on any business, exhibition, occupation or activity mentioned in this title without first paying the appropriate fee and/or penalty, and obtaining the permit as required by this title for conducting or carrying on the business, exhibition, occupation or activity, an action may be commenced and prosecuted by the county against such person, firm, association or corporation for the collection of the fee and any penalty amount due and owing. The court may, in addition to the amount due the county for such fee, penalty and court costs, award a penalty not to exceed five hundred dollars to the county. In the case of a recovery by the county in the action provided for in this section, the sum of the judgment shall be paid to the county tax collector, who shall deposit such amount into the general fund.
Chapter 8.62 - ORGANIZED CAMPS
It is unlawful for any person, firm or corporation to operate an organized camp as defined in Health and Safety Code Section 13897 unless possessing a valid health permit issued by the county health department.
Chapter 8.64 - TEMPORARY CAMPS
8.64.010 - Definitions.
"Temporary camp" means a site where camping activity occurs for more than forty-eight consecutive hours and less than thirteen consecutive days, and where said camping activity involves one hundred or more people at any time. The terms "temporary camp" does not include "labor camp", "organized camp" "mobilehome park", "travel trailer park", "recreational trailer park", "temporary trailer park", "incidental camping areas", or "tent camp" all as described and regulated by the California Health and Safety Code and other laws enacted pursuant thereto. The term "temporary camp" also does not include a penal or correctional camp or any camping activity on publicly owned or controlled land.
Chapter 8.68 - STORMWATER POLLUTION PREVENTION AND DISCHARGE CONTROL
8.68.020 - Purpose and intent.
C) Controlling non-stormwater discharges to the municipal separate storm drain system;
COUNTY CODE Title 9 - ANIMALS
Chapter 9.08 - DOGS
Chapter 9.12 - CATS
Chapter 9.16 - ANIMALS, POULTRY AND HOUSEHOLD PETS
COUNTY CODE Title 11 - PARKS AND RECREATION
Chapter 11.04 - ALL COUNTY PARKS AND FACILITIES (EXCEPT NACIMIENTO LAKE)
11.04.010 - Definitions, purposes and exclusions.
11.04.020 - Authority and enforcement.
11.04.030 - General use.
11.04.040 - Fees and permits.
11.04.050 - Motor vehicles and bicycles.
11.04.060 - Resource protection.
11.04.070 - Protection of property.
11.04.080 - Commercial activity.
11.04.090 - Camping.
11.04.100 - Vessel regulations.
11.04.110 - Hunting and fishing.
11.04.120 - Swimming and skin diving.
11.04.130 - Skating and model planes.
11.04.140 - Horses.
11.04.150 - Animals and pets.
11.04.160 - Litter and dumping.
11.04.170 - Fires and fireworks.
11.04.180 - Firearms and weapons.
11.04.190 - Aerial activities.
11.04.200 - Amplifying equipment.
COUNTY CODE Title 13 - ROADS AND BRIDGES—STREETS AND SIDEWALKS
Chapter 13.10 - SIDEWALKS
13.10.010 - Authority.
13.10.012 - Definitions.
13.10.040 - Regulation of sidewalks.
13.10.042 - Regulation of vendors.
13.10.044 - Control of news racks.
13.10.046 - Sidewalk cafes.
13.10.050 - Removal of obstructions.
COUNTY CODE Title 15 - VEHICLES AND TRAFFIC
Chapter 15.01 - TRAFFIC REGULATIONS—GENERALLY
Chapter 15.610 - TEMPORARILY RESTRICTING USE OF OR CLOSING OF COUNTY HIGHWAYS—DELEGATION OF POWER TO ROAD COMMISSIONER—INFRACTION
Chapter 15.710 - CIVIL PENALTY SCHEDULE FOR UNLAWFUL STANDING OR PARKING
15.710.010 - Purpose.
15.710.020 - Enforcement of parking and specific regulations.
15.710.050 - Schedule of civil penalties for unlawful vehicle standing, parking, registration, or equipment.
COUNTY CODE Title 16 - FIRE PREVENTION
COUNTY CODE Title 18 - PUBLIC FACILITIES FEES
Chapter 18.01 - PURPOSE
Chapter 18.02 - DEFINITIONS
Chapter 18.03 - IMPOSING PUBLIC FACILITIES FEES
18.03.020 - Exemptions.
e) Buildings whose primary use is for nonprofit civic or religious and public assembly purposes, such as churches, nonprofit civic and fraternal organizations, service clubs, and buildings constructed by a public agency other than the county where there is no entry fee required for attendance at the events occurring in the building, except that projects developed by public and private utility companies are subject to the payment of public facilities fee in accordance with this title.
Chapter 18.04 - FEE PAYMENT
Chapter 18.05 - CONDITIONS FOR REFUND
Chapter 18.06 - OTHER RULES
COUNTY CODE Title 23 - COASTAL ZONE LAND USE
There are many ways to get "plugged in," not limited to:
- coming to GAs and getting with a team or work group
- joining a discussion on the web site
- joining a team or work group on the web site
- contacting members from Occupy SLO
I am a Group Rep for Outreach, and there will be a meeting planned very soon. If you wish to participate, please stay tuned--meeting time and place will be posted in the work group area.
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