Supervisors regulate on-street vehicles for sale, commercial vehicles parked in residential areas
Last updated 11/15/2007 at Noon
The San Diego County Board of Supervisors took the first steps toward regulating vehicles with “for sale” signs parked on county roads and commercial vehicles parked in residential areas on county roads.
A 4-0 vote November 7, with Supervisor Pam Slater-Price absent, approved the introduction and first reading of the ordinance amendments to allow the changes. The ordinances will return to the supervisors December 5 for second readings and adoption. If adopted at the December 5 meeting, the ordinances would become effective January 4.
The supervisors also approved the first reading and...