Does This New Law Apply To Politicians Too?
It is being reported that the public libraries in California's San Luis Obispo County have been experiencing a....umm....er... problem... with some of its patrons lately.
In a move to address problems caused by certain patrons, the San Luis Obispo Board of Supervisors has passed a county ordinance:Libraries in San Luis Obispo County have had their own rules banning offensive body odor since 1994, but the policy became law after the Board of Supervisors last month adopted an ordinance that lets authorities kick out malodorous guests.Now if we can just get that policy extended by our Governing Board to our students and co-workers ....
With all the issues confronting local government now-a-days, isn't it refreshing to know that our elected officials can agree on something?
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