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Thursday, March 02, 2006

Norco extends moratorium on parolee homes

Back on Jan. 18th of this year, Norco enacted an urgency ordinance to stop new halfway homes / group homes / sober living homes (they have lots of names for these things) not licensed by the state from opening in the city.

Last night the Norco city council decided to extend the 45 day moratorium an additional 10 months and 15 days.

Here is what the coucil had to say last night:

Due to concerns regarding the potential for location of parolee homes in the City of Norco, an urgency ordinance was adopted by the City Council to implement a 45-day moratorium on the approval and/or commencement of operation of any non-state licensed parolee homes. The urgency ordinance was adopted on January 18, 2006 to allow the City to determine if specific regulations for this type of facility are needed. It has been determined that it is in the best interests of the community to extend the moratorium for 10 months and 15 days to allow adequate time to develop regulations for the location of any non-state licensed parolee homes within the City. An ordinance has been prepared to allow this extension of the moratorium.

I applaud all of the good folks in Norco who stood up for themselves to stop this invastion. Great job everyone!

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