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Tag: Music

Urban Politics #147: Music And Youth Commission Applicants Requested

February 21st, 2003

In August, 2002, the City Council passed an ordinance to repeal the Teen
Dance Ordinance, section 6.294 of the Seattle Municipal Code, and replace it
with a new law designed to allow youth more access to live music and dancing.

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Urban Politics #92: All Ages Dance Ordinace (AADO)

September 4th, 2000

On August 21, by a 7-1 vote, the City Council passed the All-Ages Dance Ordinance. Councilmember Conlin and I co-sponsored this legislation, which repealed and replaced the Teen Dance Ordinance. The law would govern the admittance of those under 18 to dances and dance events.

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Urban Politics #32: Emancipation Ball

April 5th, 1998

As part of an effort to provide more entertainment opportunities for Seattle s youth, a number of City Council Members have been looking at making adjustments to existing ordinances regulating teen dances and postering, or providing more venues for teen activities and communicating information regarding the youth music scene.

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