Sandra Llanes, city attorney: It's both.
Friend OK with that. So council will go ahead and vote tonight on this.
Llanes: On the direct street frontage for the apartment complex
I assume she has a point.
No, Llanes says. We're just addressing the municipal court's ruling.
Looking at the names, they're going to be concerned about equity and homelessness.
He's reading from ACLU, who threatened to sue Mountain View, Calif. over their parking laws.
Mentions protecting kids.
The complaints I've most seen deal with commercial vehicles. So we could limit it to those.
Either way, he's opposed to including RVs.
And maybe discourage non-residents (immigrants) from applying, if they don't want to deal with the gov't.
Alright then. Let's focus on EFFECT.
Which was a major point in the equity resolution Boulder passed.