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CT: Montville rescinds sex offender ordinances

Montville — The town avoided a potential civil rights lawsuit when it rescinded two ordinances Monday that placed restrictions on where registered sex offenders would be allowed in town.

The Town Council voted to repeal the ordinances that created so-called child and senior safety zones. Marked by signs, these zones were designed to keep registered sex offenders from town-owned and town-leased property such as the senior center, senior buses, parks, playgrounds, beaches and sports fields.

Since the ordinance was introduced, Councilors Rosetta Jones and Dana McFee have voiced their concerns that the town was setting itself up for a lawsuit. Full Article

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  1. yep says:

    Councilors Rosetta Jones and Dana McFee have voiced their concerns that the town was setting itself up for a lawsuit.

    They got that one right!

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