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Approved Ordinance 2032

Post Date:08/30/2018

 

PUBLIC NOTICE

SUMMARY OF Approved ORDINANCE 2032

 

            NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT at its meeting held August 28, 2018, the Glendora City Council approved Ordinance No. 2032, which amends the Glendora Municipal Code, Chapter 9, by adding a new Chapter 9.22 entitled “PARKS AND PUBLIC PLACE AND SECTION Prohibition of Drones and Electronic/Motor Vehicles at City Parks and Facilities.”

The ordinance enacts the following regulations and policies: 

Prohibits the operation of any radio or remote controlled drone, cars, boats, rockets, model airplanes, or other similar motorized craft (as newly defined in Chapter 9.22) in any City park, except in an area specifically designated for such activity; prohibits the take off or landing of an unmanned aircraft in any City owned park, recreation area, facility and/or property; and prohibits the take off or landing of an unmanned aircraft from the public right-­of-way.  The ordinance would not apply if the following exceptions exist:  (1) Written authorization by City Manager or designee or (2) The landing of an emergency aircraft is authorized by the Chief of Police, or their designee. 

Said ordinance will become effective 30 days after adoption. 

The foregoing Ordinance was duly approved and adopted at a regular meeting of the City Council on the 28th day of August, 2018 by the following vote:

            AYES:            COUNCIL MEMBERS:  Allawos, Boyer, Davis, Nelson and Thompson.

            NOES:            COUNCIL MEMBERS:  None.

            ABSENT:       COUNCIL MEMBERS:  None.

            ABSTAIN:     COUNCIL MEMBERS:  None.          

Dated this 30th day of August, 2018.

                       

                                                                   Kathleen R. Sessman, MMC

City Clerk

 

Published in San Gabriel Valley Examiner: September 6, 2018

 Click here for full text of Ordinance 2032