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CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
March 8, 1996
Gardena liquor retailers are trying to follow the law when it comes to selling alcohol, a yearlong crackdown revealed. Police recently concluded a joint operation with state Alcohol and Beverage Control agents and report that since the operation began, the number of violations has decreased. Authorities conducted sweeps of bars, convenience and liquor stores, and set up sobriety checks to make citizens and retailers aware of the law.
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CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
May 19, 1998
Residents who want to hold garage sales must now obtain a permit from City Hall under a new ordinance. The law is an attempt to curb the number of garage sales residents hold in a year. Tony Vieira, revenue supervisor for the city, said some residents were renting out their yards or holding several sales each year, which he said is unfair to the licensed businesses in the city. The permit for a garage sale is $6.50 and is valid for two days.
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CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
May 3, 1996
Gardena is cracking down on its adult-oriented entertainment businesses with a new law that requires clubs to get background checks for performers and install better lighting in parking lots to deter crime. The new law, which goes into effect May 23, also requires new adult-oriented businesses to be located at least 1,000 feet from schools, parks, playgrounds, churches, bars and other adult-oriented businesses and 500 feet from homes.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
May 3, 1996
Gardena is cracking down on its adult-oriented entertainment businesses with a new law that requires clubs to get background checks for performers and install better lighting in parking lots to deter crime. The new law, which goes into effect May 23, also requires new adult-oriented businesses to be located at least 1,000 feet from schools, parks, playgrounds, churches, bars and other adult-oriented businesses and 500 feet from homes.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
May 19, 1998
Residents who want to hold garage sales must now obtain a permit from City Hall under a new ordinance. The law is an attempt to curb the number of garage sales residents hold in a year. Tony Vieira, revenue supervisor for the city, said some residents were renting out their yards or holding several sales each year, which he said is unfair to the licensed businesses in the city. The permit for a garage sale is $6.50 and is valid for two days.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
March 8, 1996
Gardena liquor retailers are trying to follow the law when it comes to selling alcohol, a yearlong crackdown revealed. Police recently concluded a joint operation with state Alcohol and Beverage Control agents and report that since the operation began, the number of violations has decreased. Authorities conducted sweeps of bars, convenience and liquor stores, and set up sobriety checks to make citizens and retailers aware of the law.
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