Press release from the City of Hermosa Beach: July 29, 2020 Actions Taken to Allow Enforcement as an Administrative Citation Rather Than Misdemeanor HERMOSA BEACH, CA – To help slow the spread of the coronavirus, the Hermosa Beach City Council voted Tuesday night to require face coverings to be worn at all times in the more crowded parts of the City including Downtown Hermosa Beach, all City Parks, the Strand, Greenbelt and Beach when out of the water. The ordinance also reinforces the County requirement to wear a face covering any time someone may be in close contact with non-household members in all other locations in the City and imposes administrative fines for violations, rather than a misdemeanor. “Small actions can make a big difference as we continue to re-open our local economy and businesses, and wearing a face covering is one of the few tools we have at this time to reduce the spread of COVID-19,” said Hermosa Beach Mayor Mary Campbell. “We have seen how similar measures and visible enforcement in other cities have increased compliance and help assure our residents and visitors that Hermosa Beach is a safe and welcoming place to spend time. This is a… Read full this story
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