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April 26, 2001 | TINA DAUNT and BOB POOL, TIMES STAFF WRITERS
Cracking down on a fad, the Los Angeles City Council on Wednesday voted unanimously to ban motorized scooters on the Venice Beach bike path and boardwalk. The ban is the first of its kind in Los Angeles. Last year, the state Legislature passed a law permitting the motorized scooters on bike paths and in bike lanes unless specifically prohibited by local ordinance. Council members are studying the possibility of banning the popular scooters in other crowded city areas.
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CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
April 26, 2001 | TINA DAUNT and BOB POOL, TIMES STAFF WRITERS
Cracking down on a fad, the Los Angeles City Council on Wednesday voted unanimously to ban motorized scooters on the Venice Beach bike path and boardwalk. The ban is the first of its kind in Los Angeles. Last year, the state Legislature passed a law permitting the motorized scooters on bike paths and in bike lanes unless specifically prohibited by local ordinance. Council members are studying the possibility of banning the popular scooters in other crowded city areas.
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CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
August 5, 1998
The Building and Safety Department has determined that a new shop selling adult-themed merchandise on Venice Boulevard is in violation of zoning ordinances. The Hollywood Erotic Boutique at 12820 Venice Boulevard opened two weeks ago despite rules that adult entertainment businesses must be 500 feet away from a school, church or residential zone, said Niki Tennant, a deputy to Councilwoman Ruth Galanter. The store sells pornographic literature, videos, lingerie and lotions.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
August 5, 1998
The Building and Safety Department has determined that a new shop selling adult-themed merchandise on Venice Boulevard is in violation of zoning ordinances. The Hollywood Erotic Boutique at 12820 Venice Boulevard opened two weeks ago despite rules that adult entertainment businesses must be 500 feet away from a school, church or residential zone, said Niki Tennant, a deputy to Councilwoman Ruth Galanter. The store sells pornographic literature, videos, lingerie and lotions.
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