City council motions to remove sanctuary city resolution from future agenda

Protestors crowd the steps in front of Temecula City Hall Tuesday, Sept. 27. Valley News/Shawna Sarnowski photo
The Temecula City Council spent the evening of Sep. 27 considering whether or not to place one resolution on a future agenda. With all four council members present for the meeting, Mayor Matt Rahn opted to begin by addressing the item that caught the attention of protestors both outside and inside City Hall.Hundreds of people attended the meeting. The council chamber was standing room only. The overflow room was full of people and then there were protestors outside. There were also people praying and talking to the pro abortion protestors.Citizens of Temecula took to the podium to voice their opinions. A plethora of them were pro-choice, while others were pro-life. City Attorney, Peter Thorson, explained that the item being considered for placement on a future agenda was a resoluti
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