Volume 31



Beverly Hills City Council bans shaving cream for kids

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Effective on Oct. 20, the Beverly Hills City Council prohibited all people under 21 from having shaving cream, silly string, or Nair on public property (or in most any place that has access to the public) on Halloween.
To provide a reason for the ordinance, Mayor of the City of Beverly Hills Julian A. Gold, said in the city’s press release, “When used improperly, the products outlined in the ordinance may cause harm to individuals, property and/or the environment.”
It takes effect at 6 a.m. on Oct. 31, and expires at 6 a.m. on Nov. 1. The ordinance does not apply if you are taking one container directly to your residence.
A similar restriction is already in effect for Los Angeles.

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