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Antonovich Seeks To Exempt Veterans From Metered Parking Fees

The Board of Supervisors unanimously approved a motion by Supervisor Michael D. Antonovich to send a five-signature letter to each of the County’s 88 cities encouraging them to follow the County’s ordinance exempting military veterans from paying metered parking fees.


In 2008, the State of California passed Assembly Bill 190 which permits counties and cities to exempt military veterans with the following license plates from paying metered parking:


·         Pearl Harbor Survivor

·         Legion of Valor

·         Former American Prisoner of War (POW) 

·         Congressional Medal of Honor

·         Purple Heart


Additionally, the motion requests the CEO send a letter to the Governor requesting that the California Department of Motor Vehicles publish a list of counties and cities that currently honor the parking exemption, post the list on the DMV website and provide an updated list annually to all veterans who have registered plates that qualify for the parking exemption.

Antonovich Seeks To Exempt Veterans From Metered Parking Fees

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About Kyle Jellings

Kyle Jellings grew up in the Santa Clarita Valley and graduated from Canyon High School in 2004. Following his high school career he spent three years at College of the Canyons where he graduated with his Associate's Degree. Kyle then traveled to Utah where he obtained his Bachelor's Degree in Communication: Journalism emphasis from Utah Valley University. While in Utah, Kyle had the opportunity to do many different internships which included a Production Assistant at ESPN 700 and a Media Relations Assistant with the 2009 MLS Cup Champions Real Salt Lake. Kyle was married to his wife Paola in 2008 and they had their first child, Calvin, in August of 2010. When Kyle is not at KHTS he enjoys spending time with his family and being involved in sports in any way.