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The long-awaited River Terrace Project moved a step closer to breaking ground Tuesday when Lompoc City Council members changed city code to expand affordable housing alternative options.
Lompoc City Council on Sept. 7 approved and adopted ordinance No. 1684(21) which prohibits the public from feeding any non-domesticated species of animal — including but not limited to birds, gophers and squirrels — or face fines.
I advocated and supported the decision for the city council to authorize voters the opportunity to directly vote on modifying taxes but remain reserved on Measure Q2021’s claims to improve policing, parks, etc., especially after previous tax measures which advocated similar promises were used to give raises, whether deserved or not.
Under the proposed ordinance, the city could have allowed up to four special cannabis-related events where participants 21 years of age or older could have sold and consumed cannabis. The event “would very likely take place outdoors and would likely take the form of a festival or expo."
The ordinance will remain in effect despite expiration of the state of emergency measure issued last year due to the pandemic.
Vaccinated can opt out of mask wearing mandate.
Utility delinquent fees and disconnections for non-payment are being waived at this time, officials said.
Redistricting process involves redrawing city council district boundaries in a way that best represents the community.
The agenda is expected to include additional discussion on federal funding allocated to the city through the American Rescue Plan Act.