As you'll notice, all of the items during the second meeting of the ad-hoc committee has NOTHING to do with the zone-hopping amendment. Remember, that was solved in a matter of 1 minute and 45 seconds during the first meeting. Also added to the ordinance was language that stemmed from a police officer who recognized a sex offender who was in a child safety zone...not by the officer WITNESSING the person in the zone BUT by reading about the offender in the child safety zone from an article from the News-Times. Personally, I think if the offender wanted to push it, he could take the city of Danbury to court because the officer didn't see him in the zone and the additional language added to the ordinance during this meeting seems to indicate that the city is covering it's tracks.
At a later point, I'll explain why the largest item during this meeting (listing of all the child safety zones) could have been resolved during the drafting stage of the original ordinance back in 2006.