Frequently Asked Questions Explaining 42.15
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Public QuestionsCommittee QuestionsCouncilmens OfficeWhat OFW Committee/Public would like to see happen in the future42.15, Section D, page 7 This section defines what is legal and illegal as per 42.15
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One time permits---what do people do for this for performance/selling/special events?As stands no permit or lottery in place. For Windward Plaza the Dep of park and rec issue permits for special events.Permits for each individual space is what the courts tossed out. (Won't happen again.)There has been discussions of limiting the # of types of vendors/performers/free speech withing a certain distance to keep a balance on both the east and westside of the boardwalk to increase profitibility for businesses and fairness for all.
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Commerical Vendors All commerical goods as well as ________________________ are illegal to sell on the westside of the boardwalk.Specific to what is allowed and/or not allowed to be vended is in Section D, page 7., http://clkrep.lacity.org/onlinedocs/2011/11-1131_ord_181963.pdfThere have been discussions of Original Art, Free Speech and Performers onlyD. Vending and Performing on Designated Spaces. To address the findings and purposes set forth in this Section, the City has created reasonable time, place, and manner restrictions on Vending and noise, as well as to facilitate Performing. To preserve the Boardwalk’s rich history of fostering new artists, performance, and other free speech activity, the City has divided the available space on the Boardwalk into 205 areas, known as Designated Spaces, where:
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DisplayAfter walk through for bad and tag program people expressed concerns for displaying illegal items because that is intent to sellLAPD is in the process of putting together a report that will justify the need to address the issue surrounding "display."1. Persons can engage in traditional expressive speech and petitioning activities, and can Vend the following expressive items: newspapers, leaflets, pamphlets, bumper stickers, patches and/or buttons.
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Type of MerchandiseSee above/commerical vendors or Column E, 42.15 Section DSpecific to what is allowed and/or not allowed to be vended is in Section D, page 7., http://clkrep.lacity.org/onlinedocs/2011/11-1131_ord_181963.pdf Please see excerpt of this section to the left.There have been discussions of Original Art, Free Speech and Performers only2. Persons can Vend the following items, which have been created, written or composed by the Vendor or Performer: books, audio, video, or other recordings of their performances, paintings, photographs, prints, sculptures or any other item that is inherently communicative and is of nominal value or utility apart from its communication.
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Volunteer Ranger or RangerNo budget, there as never been a ranger so said one employee of parks and rec. Only our LAPD at this juncture can enforce. 3. Although an item may have some expressive purpose, it will be deemed to have more than nominal utility apart from its communication if it has a common and dominant non-expressive purpose. Examples of items that have more than nominal utility apart from their communication and thus are subject to the Vending ban under the provisions of this Section, include but are not limited to, the following: housewares, appliances, articles of clothing, sunglasses, auto parts, oils, incense, perfume, crystals, lotions, candles, jewelry, toys and stuffed animals.
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No language for collaborationCan people share spaces in within the confinds of space and all merchanise is legal etc.State you work together, Performers can also do the same. 4. Performers can Perform.
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Taking too many spacesPerson/Group cannot take more then one space.5. Any Vendor conducting lawful Vending under Subsections D.1. and D.2., above, must comply with applicable tax and licensing requirements.
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42.15 Online: http://clkrep.lacity.org/onlinedocs/2011/11-1131_ord_181963.pdf
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Change the name of 42.15 whereas it is all incompassing to more then vending an has an emphasis on original art, free speech and performers
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I got a ticket for performing and selling hula hoops on teh boardwalk. Why?Hula Hooping as a performer is Legal. Selling Hula Hoops is illegal/too much utility.
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Volume of street performers is too highWhat is being done to deal with the issue of noise coming from amplifyed performers on the boardwalk?Call the police if it relates to noise violation.
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Could there be a motion to ban karaoke type singing on the boardwalk?
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