With few complaints on table, curfew ordinance faces review, 13 September 2007, LubbockOnline.com, Lubbock, Texas
Lubbock’s juvenile curfew will be up for review at today’s City Council meeting.
The ordinance, which prohibits residents 16 years old or younger from being out late at night or during school hours, has been on the books since 1995. State law requires it to be reviewed every three years.
Tim Lambert, president of the Texas Home School Coalition, which is based in Lubbock, said there haven’t been problems locally in the past few years. The ordinance has a provision that allows students to be out during the day with permission of school administrators – which includes home schoolers.
Alum throws hat in ring for city council seat, 10 September 2007, Valley Vanguard, Saginaw Valley State University, University Center, Michigan
Saginaw’s City Council may undergo a major roster change this November: SVSU alumnus Dennis Woods is running for a seat, and hopes to change the way the council works.
Woods also wants to establish a daytime curfew for Saginaw’s youth, strengthening the city’s truancy laws already in effect and encouraging young people to stay in school.
“I would like to start a daytime curfew for children, because I believe that school is very important,” Woods said.
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