22511.5. (a) (1) A disabled person or disabled veteran displaying special license plates issued under Section 5007 or a distinguishing placard issued under Section 22511.55 or 22511.59 is allowed to park for unlimited periods in any of the following zones:
(A) In any restricted zone described in paragraph (5) of subdivision (a) of Section 21458 or on streets upon which preferential parking privileges and height limits have been given pursuant to Section 22507.
(B) In any parking zone that is restricted as to the length of time parking is permitted as indicated by a sign erected pursuant to a local ordinance.
(2) A disabled person or disabled veteran is allowed to park in any metered parking space without being required to pay parking meter fees.
(3) This subdivision does not apply to a zone for which state law or ordinance absolutely prohibits stopping, parking, or standing of all vehicles, or which the law or ordinance reserves for special types of vehicles, or to the parking of a vehicle that is involved in the operation of a street vending business.
(b) A disabled person or disabled veteran is allowed to park a motor vehicle displaying a special disabled person license plate or placard issued by a foreign jurisdiction with the same parking privileges authorized in this code for any motor vehicle displaying a special license plate or a distinguishing placard issued by the Department of Motor Vehicles.
Signage in Santa Barbara City Parking Lots and Structures.
The Girl with the Gold Watch
who knew everything
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Government Activities for Public Interest
resigned a couple months after Shenkman registered the Downtown Parking Advisory Application with the City of Santa Barbara late 2013
Ethan David Shenkman Publisher for BetterTimes with Sheriff Bill Brown
County Board Supervisor Chair
Steve Lavagnino with Shenkman.
Santa Barbara Mayor
Shenkman with Congresswoman
First District Supervisor
SANTA BARBARA CITY PLANNING COMMISSION LUNCH MTG
Here’s a link to the Brown Act and the section pertaining to recordings and public access:
COPY OF RECORDING: Public may obtain a copy, at cost, of an existing tape recording 54953.5 Ch. V made by the legislative body of its public sessions, and to listen to or view the body’s original tape on a tape recorder or viewing device provided by the agency.
Also, in regards to your question about how Article 13 of the California Constitution pertains to the Downtown Parking’s Reserve Funds, it does not.
However, if you have any further questions about that, I can refer you to our City Attorney’s office.
If you have any further questions about the conduct of the Downtown Parking Committee meetings, please refer them to me so I can provide you with the most prompt and accurate answers.
City Accommodations for the Disabled
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capture business attire on normal working
day at City Council meeting 09/11/14