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Enjoy ArtNight from your living room this fall! About ArtNight
In keeping with social distancing requirements, VIRTUAL ARTNIGHT PASADENA will happen October 23, 2020. ArtNight Pasadena is the City’s signature cultural event, produced by the Cultural Affairs division in partnership with the ArtNight partner organizations. ArtNight Pasadena is a dynamic arts and cultural Open House that happens each March and October on the 2nd Friday. Up to 18 venues will provide free programming, including visual, literary and performing arts virtually.
We are contacting you to inform you of some California county and local transactional tax changes that may impact you. These tax changes described below are expected to go into effect on or shortly after November 1, 2020.
Like many technology companies, Zoom is routinely evaluating its tax collection and remittance obligations. The application of these taxes to businesses like Zoom that offer new types of technologies is a complex and evolving area.
Zoom continues to review the products and services we sell, as well as the nature and extent of its activities in different jurisdictions. Based on such reviews, Zoom will implement tax changes from time to time to stay compliant with all government regulatory and tax requirements.
As a result of a recent review, Zoom will begin collecting the California Utility User Tax (UUT) and Communication User Tax (CUT) in applicable counties and cities within California. These taxes are levied on all residential and business customers for the purchase of services that include communication services where the sold to address is within one of the 150+ cities and counties that impose a UUT or CUT.
The definition of communication services subject to these taxes has been expanded as technologies evolve to include most services sold by Zoom. Zoom has reviewed the UUT and CUT requirements and determined that these taxes should be charged to our customers on the sales of Zoom Phone services and most conferencing services.
The tax rate imposed on communication services differs from city to city and will range from 0.5% to 11%. California does not provide for any tax exemption that a customer can claim specifically against these taxes unless they can demonstrate that the imposition of the taxes would be in violation of a federal or state statute, the Constitution of the United States, or the Constitution of the State of California.
If you have any questions regarding this tax change, please submit a support ticket to Zoom here and we will get back to you.
The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) has affirmed that cloth face coverings are a critical tool in the fight against COVID-19, and that face coverings could reduce the spread of the disease, particularly when used universally within communities.
Since the emergence of COVID-19, the City of Burbank and Burbank Police Department have sought to gain compliance with face covering requirements with an emphasis on education. However, both the City and Police Department are continuing to receive complaints about the lack of face coverings on the Chandler Bikeway, in downtown Burbank, the Magnolia Park business district, and in City parks.
To help remedy this situation, the City of Burbank has entered into an agreement with Willdan Engineering to have primary responsibility for the issuance of administrative citations with accompanying fines for those who still do not wear a face covering where required. Burbank Municipal Code (BMC) Section 1-1-108.1 provides authority for the issuance of administrative citations for persons in violation of City code(s). The fine schedule is $100 for a first citation, $200 for a second citation, and $500 for any subsequent citations issued for violations of the same ordinance within a 12-month period.
Face covering enforcement will begin on Friday, October 16, 2020, and will focus on areas receiving the majority of complaints, to include the Chandler Bikeway, downtown Burbank, the Magnolia Park business district, and City parks.
Face covering requirements implemented by the County of Los Angeles do apply in the City of Burbank. In addition, and pursuant to the authority vested in the Director of Emergency Services under Burbank Municipal Code Section 5-2-106, the following, more restrictive rules and regulations have been instituted specific to and within the City of Burbank concerning the wearing of face coverings in certain places:
Face Coverings, which cover the mouth and nose, shall be worn under the following conditions:
Persons who are outside on San Fernando Boulevard between Angeleno Avenue and Magnolia Boulevard except when seated at an outdoor dining table and they are eating or drinking.
Persons queuing in a line outdoors whether on public or private property; regardless if with members of their own household;
Persons on Chandler Bikeway while stopped at any intersection whether a pedestrian or cyclist;
Persons on Chandler Bikeway or in a City Park including hiking trails who may be in contact with or walking near or past others who are non-household members; meaning a face covering must be visible and ready to be immediately put on whenever a pedestrian approaches within 10 feet of a non-household member;
Persons patronizing public transit including waiting or sitting at a bus stop or shelter.
The Burbank Police Department will defer enforcement authority to representatives from Willdan Engineering. Burbank Police will assume a support role and respond to calls related to administrative face covering violations only when circumstances dictate the need for a police presence, or when it is suspected that a crime has been committed.
All citizens are encouraged to wear face coverings when in public or in close proximity of others and to obey face covering requirements.
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Gordo won the primary election, but the margin was not enough to win.
The debate between incumbent Mayor Terry Tornek or Councilman Victor Gordo, the two face off in a livecast debate on Sunday, Oct. 11, time?
Co-hosted by the Pasadena Community Coalition, the Pasadena Star-News and James Farr’s Conversation Live, the event will be live streamed on the Star-News’ website and on the Conversation Live Facebook page.
Gordo won the primary election, but the margin was not enough to win.