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It is possible to completely ignore a City of Commerce camera ticket.

1. 
The LA County Superior Court does not report ignored red light camera tickets to the DMV.  More info is in "Countywide Information," which is Docs Set # 2 on the LA County Documents page.
2.  If your "ticket" does not have the Superior Court's name and address on it, it is a fake ticket, which I call a "Snitch Ticket." 
For more details about Snitch Tickets, see the Snitch Ticket section at the top of the Your Ticket page
.




In 2018, Vote No on Sheila Kuehl

Do you live in LA County?  Was Zev Yaroslavsky your County Supervisor?  (He represented the Third District, which includes the central and western San Fernando Valley, Malibu, Santa Monica, Venice, Beverly Hills, the City of West Hollywood, and part of Hollywood.)

Zev "termed out," and in the Nov. 2014 election Sheila Kuehl won the race to succeed him, by a narrow margin.
 
Sheila Kuehl authored 3 speed
                camera bills
Sheila "Kuehl Cams" Kuehl, in 2007

During her career in the California Legislature, Kuehl made three attempts to pass bills to allow the use of automated speed enforcement (photo radar) in California.

As an LA County Supervisor, she has a seat on the MTA/Metro board and she will be a vote to continue and expand Metro's huge (101 cameras, so far) red light camera system.
She was also a vote to put an additional LA County-wide sales tax, to go to Metro, on the Nov. 2016 ballot.  (See
Measure M on the Action/Legis page, for more about that tax.)

Kuehl will be up for re-election in Nov. 2018 and Nov. 2022.


 
  City of Commerce Docs Set # 1
Ticket Counts

New 3-18-09, updated  12-27-16

Total Violations Recorded (in red type), Notices Printed [4]

Cam #

ATTG
03L
ATTG
03R
EASL
01
SLEA
01
SLGA
01
SLGA
03
TEGA
01
TEGA
03
TGAT
01








Atlantic
SB
at
Tele-
graph
(bend to
left)


Atlantic
SB
at
Tele-
graph
(bend to
right)


Eastern
NB
at
Slauson
(thru,
left,
right)
Slauson
EB
at
Eastern
(thru,
left,
right)
Slauson
at
Gage
(thru,
left,
right)
[6]
Slauson
at
Gage
(thru,
 left,
right)
[6]
Tele-
graph
EB
at
Garfield
(thru,
left,
right)
[7]
Tele-
graph
WB
at
Garfield
(thru,
left,
right)

Tele-
graph
WB
at
Atlantic
(thru,
left,
right)


[3]

Total
Notices
Printed
as %
of Vio-
lations
Re-
corded
Total
Violations
Recorded/
Notices
Printed
[1] [4]

Sep07
















Oct07
















Nov07
243
101
195
232
0
0
0
0
100





1803
871

Dec07
525
193
158
125
0
0
0
0
122





2498
1123

2007
















Jan08
718
366
260
163
254
149
232
150
15
20
14
799
314
218
104





2635
1295

Feb08
380
129
116
120
15
31
33
592
285
131





2573
1240

Mar08
456
213
155
123
181
56
51
436
135
108





3037
1478

Apr08
337
146
109
76
144
24
26
373
152
69





2704
1083

May08
273
140
80
59
69
15
33
235
108
42





2252
819

Jun08
224
80
95
61
84
11
28
286
127
28





1940
738

Jul08
375
184
234
127
225
79
248
69
259
68
14
15
269
87
120
26





1866
669

Aug08
266
176
104
64
27
17
31
148
55
38





1751
778

Sep08
227
158
113
97
103
42
39
395
210
49





1932
1038

Oct08
290
156
134
128
152
59
43
720
390
48





2487
1400

Nov08
223
111
102
103
202
39
42
560
304
28





2211
1154

Dec08
404
56
82
63
146
34
61
442
228
44





2240
1118

2008














27628
12810

Jan09
[9]
500
247
217
83
182
96
131
79
335
152
24
32
481
239
113
35





2119
987

Feb09
379
185
125
155
65
55
107
20
33
360
169
21





1749
780

Mar09
203
98
125
175
68
64
143
32
35
507
262
24





1848
851

Apr09
311
183
113
190
81
72
104
19
25
467
236
36





1795
869

May09
[8]
130
75
120
168
86
59
117
27
27
529
262
39





1692
812

Jun09
116
49
52
150
67
47
117
8
21
393
202
33





1441
596

Jul09
[9]
80
35
208
101
192
89
222
81
162
51
8
6
510
268
107
41





1520
680

Aug09
[9]
0
356
193
172
73
182
48
211
54
8
7
473
196
25





1561
604

Sep09
[9]
78
28
265
157
249
118
177
73
227
96
15
20
431
209
51





1629
767

Oct09
122
62
303
156
129
69
137
71
166
58
50
25
51
17
488
227
108
44





1554
729

Nov09
117
74
203
139












1339
687

Dec09
152
76
307
200












1432
746

2009














19679
9108

Jan10
[9]
78
45
303
207
92
43
125
91
178
68
39
20
60
28
347
165
79
30





1301
697

Feb10
103
41
318
202












1293
674

Mar10
131
64
405
263












1535
838

Apr10
[9]
70
30
396
233
115
57
130
39
244
98
20
9
59
24
371
195
88
31





1493
716

May10
44
20
357
195












1545
700

Jun10
39
13
337
191












1393
623

Jul10
[9]
54
20
434
215
148
67
182
42
212
98
29
8
44
21
382
186
105
39





1590
696

Aug10
107
59
698
351












1967
924

Sep10
130
70
615
281












1849
782

Oct10
[9]
146
76
337
200
138
61
195
96
196
96
70
22
70
27
378
179
96
31





1626
788

Nov10
153
88
264
168












1448
752

Dec10
186
100
224
135












1396
712

2010














18436
8902

Jan11
[9]
111
56
225
139
121
54
168
96
152
80
76
27
67
30
337
166
98
32





1355
680

Feb11
120
62
183
98












1299
590

Mar11
141
64
258
142












1488
667

Apr11
[9]
150
75
228
129
113
43
181
83
206
87
60
14
24
9
371
174
103
38





1436
652

May11
143
61
230
119












1541
618

Jun11
149
57
229
122












1718
670

Jul11
[9]
129
30
256
153
144
57
236
81
202
90
90
25
72
25
513
196
116
37





1758
694

Aug11
[9]
187
70
272
161
200
98
329
151
270
105
125
46
90
34
537
208
153
51





2163
924

Sep11
[9]
150
74
241
150
184
97
319
164
255
131
122
54
84
22
635
330
98
43





2088
1065

Oct11
[9]
212
107
278
167
210
124
301
161
253
134
92
44
95
43
704
350
130
57





2275
1187

Nov11
[9]
241
114
276
156
162
67
265
148
234
90
94
42
84
40
567
265
79
37





2002
959

Dec11
[9]
326
162
334
194
220
116
231
138
108
52
76
29
107
50
635
340
165
77





2202
1158

2011














21325
9864

Jan12
[9]
162
86
297
173
170
73
200
118
164
78
73
31
91
26
542
291
112
41





1811
917

Feb12
[9]
243
121
282
149
179
83
231
126
261
125
112
51
83
41
553
255
133
61





2077
1012

Mar12
[9]
244
114
312
129
197
104
227
90
306
125
115
48
102
22
557
222
159
38





2219
892

Apr12
[9]
245
102
282
143
189
99
261
128
323
127
107
31
83
35
603
284
151
58





2244
1007

May12
[9]
272
128
371
237
206
113
247
105
268
101
50
17
110
52
632
288
139
60





2295
1101

Jun12
[9]
325
168
318
202
236
127
311
146
300
126
114
54
101
45
712
373
166
78





2583
1319

Jul12
[9]
326
202
423
278
209
114
293
134
267
134
78
33
121
62
697
375
180
91





2594
1423

Aug12
[9]
355
204
462
296












2772
1494

Sep12
[9]
295
123
413
249












2537
1147

Oct12
[9]
386
174
411
256












2628
1322

Nov12
[9]
312
133
332
189












2348
1227

Dec12
[9]
349
153
261
150
217
137
281
190
234
124
50
27
105
55
592
320
184
97





2270
1253

2012














28378
14114

Jan13
208
92
298
174
187
107
239
149
215
114
44
27
109
55
553
288
153
67





2006
1073

Feb13
253
109
320
201












2099
1180

Mar13
386
176
393
242












2679
1372

Apr13
285
119
415
265












2439
1186

May13
[9]
374
161
434
268












2680
1288

Jun13
[9]
370
132
451
285












2796
1280

Jul13
353
134
440
270












2723
1304

Aug13
[9]
409
156
369
215












2723
1231

Sep13
[9]
319
129
383
211
258
161
357
125
319
152
110
48
116
49
601
287
185
69





2648
1231

Oct13
[9]
480
247
394
222
271
163
292
147
312
168
86
40
78
34
721
357
185
73





2819
1451

Nov13
[9]
443
223
373
223












2607
1326

Dec13
[9]
574
274
409
245












2840
1376

2013














31059
15298

Jan14
[9]
369
201
360
241
214
123
309
166
233
108
113
48
78
30
572
266
163
65





2411
1248

Feb14
[9]
401
235
171
108
202
115
231
131
247
117
113
55
42
24
576
289
194
86





2177
1160

Mar14
[9]
467
235
354
222
279
161
384
188
324
145
102
48
105
37
658
335
187
76





2860
1447

Apr14
[9]
461
240
423
288
272
148
359
118
339
163
128
65
78
38
706
327
150
61





2916
1448

May14
[9]
375
180
409
278
303
160
396
126
344
179
113
52
104
42
719
368
181
80





2944
1465

Jun14

369
163
470
318
282
174
401
129
348
181
97
50
83
48
680
340
316
101





3046
1504

Jul14
358
131
510
310
247
130
390
133
326
151
144
58
77
21
690
358
259
91





3001
1383

Aug14
439
190
396
259
223
123
390
148
376
162
154
61
98
42
677
330
83
17





2836
1332

Sep14
343
163
382
245
317
191
395
150
298
142
135
45
83
24
772
341
163
60





2888
1361

Oct14
459
232
427
263
306
183
441
226
379
180
166
80
121
53
911
453
186
79





3396
1749

Nov14
364
158
355
202
337
181
402
236
348
196
163
84
145
61
828
446
172
61





3114
1625

Dec14
475
224
411
230
324
179
478
256
317
168
156
85
147
65
707
345
215
66





3230
1618

2014
2352
2964
1868
2007
1892
731
485
4198
843





34819
17340

Jan15
325
157
324
212
283
163
399
239
327
184
126
74
116
45
720
391
184
53





2804
1518

Feb15
315
168
344
221
263
179
415
252
259
122
154
90
138
62
786
391
176
93





2850
1578

Mar15
420
220
401
264
309
202
465
312
442
231
196
112
169
106
921
519
245
119





3568
2085

Apr15
326
177
357
220
310
212
503
335
484
283
213
135
157
92
816
455
192
119





3358
2028

May15
438
184
259
151
253
167
463
276
409
239
158
94
128
70
693
370
224
138





3025
1689

Jun15
460
167
438
209
339
190
436
223
501
257
182
77
93
48
759
391
234
129





3442
1691

Jul15
554
207
545
278
340
194
437
209
490
230
184
74
150
84
805
382
285
170





3790
1828

Aug15
436
151
402
170
289
148
517
236
525
248
196
59
107
56
798
373
257
148





3527
1589

Sep15
280
103
475
182
321
141
477
196
479
200
168
52
110
48
759
277
232
109





3301
1308

Oct15
351
182
486
265
338
204
435
277
368
206
167
71
199
135
582
348
250
150





3176
1838

Nov15
363
178
251
118
315
174
355
203
379
206
129
56
125
64
804
361
196
121





2917
1481

Dec15
367
183
222
110
363
222
368
229
396
230
157
72
0
0
775
389
187
119





2835
1554

2015
[2]
2077
2400
2196
2987
2636
966
810
4647
1468





38593
20187

Jan16
208
104
274
167
292
180
364
249
350
185
148
65
0
0
550
290
113
58





2299
1298

Feb16
264
56
377
71
351
92
392
113
371
104
132
29
30
4
731
161
134
36





2782
666

Mar16
331
120
418
165
366
138
418
161
459
142
181
48
185
80
906
216
141
51





3405
1121

Apr16
343
178
436
220
299
164
416
238
404
201
157
63
164
105
820
342
146
70





3185
1581


May16
391
167
413
222
269
167
373
195
441
208
145
63
181
101
897
424
124
61





3234
1608

Jun16
596
251
403
185
341
183
473
221
453
209
182
65
187
97
995
413
136
71





3766
1695

Jul16
513
203
375
135
392
196
503
243
463
199
169
63
188
92
1071
450
163
85





3837
1666

Aug16
653
278
366
153
301
166
516
269
555
255
189
74
201
107
862
378
152
86





3795
1766

Sep16
590
239
277
116
347
170
608
302
416
122
256
99
188
96
694
290
137
47





3513
1481

Oct16
570
261
0
0
432
286
422
245
448
258
153
73
207
131
1130
513
196
104





3558
1871

Nov16
[10]














3341
1251
[10]

Dec16
















2016
[2]
2228
(proj.)
1721
(proj.)
2090
(proj.)
2683
(proj.)
2260
(proj.)
770
(proj.)
976
(proj.)
4172
(proj.)
803
(proj.)





17704
(proj.)

Cam #

ATTG
03L
ATTG
03R
EASL
01
SLEA
01
SLGA
01
SLGA
03
TEGA
01
TEGA
03
TGAT
01








Atlantic
SB
at
Tele-
graph
(bend to
left)


Atlantic
SB
at
Tele-
graph
(bend to
right)


Eastern
NB
at
Slauson
(thru,
 left,
 right)
Slauson
EB
at
Eastern
(thru,
left,
right)
Slauson
at
Gage
(thru,
 left,
 right)
[6]
Slauson
at
Gage
(thru,
left,
right)
[6]
Tele-
graph
EB
at
Garfield
(thru,
left,
right)
[7]
Tele-
graph
WB
at
Garfield
(thru,
left,
right)

Tele-
graph
WB
at
Atlantic
(thru,
left,
right)


[3]

Total
Notices
Printed
as %
of Vio-
lations
Re-
corded
Total
Violations
Recorded/
Notices
Printed
[1] [4]



Ticketing Highlights

In late 2011 the City nearly doubled its ticketing, probably as a reaction to the financial impact of the Summer 2011 revelation that tickets in LA County can be ignored (see Docs Set # 2 on the LA County Documents page).

In 2015 we got the 2014 annual report required by CVC 21455.5(i) and it revealed that 71% of Commerce's tickets were for turns, mostly right turns.

Between Sept. 2014 and Oct. 2014 there was a 29% jump in total ticketing in CommerceThat heavier rate of ticketing continued and in 2015 the City issued 20187 tickets, 16% more than in 2014 and more than twice the ticketing in calendar years 2009, 2010 and 2011.

See also Set # 2, below.



This table made by highwayrobbery.net, using official reports obtained under the California Public Records Act.

Official reports, 2007 - 2009
Official reports, 2009 - 2011

More official reports, 2009 - 2012
Official reports, 2012 early
Official reports, 2012 late
Official report, Jan. 2013
Official reports, 2013 early
Official reports, 2013 late
Official reports, 2014 early
Official reports, 2014 late
Official reports, 2015 early
Official report, May 2015
Official reports, 2015 late
Official reports, 2016 early
Official reports, 2016 midyear
Official reports, 2016 late

[  ] indicates a footnote.
[1]  Totals are as provided by the City.
[2]  Annual total, or annual projection, is by highwayrobbery.net.  The 2016 projection is based upon Jan. - Oct.
[3]  Un-used columns are to allow for later expansion of City's system.
[4]  Any figures in red type (or, if you are looking at this table in black and white, the upper figure when there are two or more figures in a cell) are what RedFlex calls Total Violations, or all incidents recorded by the cameras, and due to time limitations may have been posted here only for selected months or locations.  If there is sufficient public interest, the remaining months will be posted.  The figures in black type are what RedFlex calls Notices Printed, and represent the sum of genuine citations issued (those filed with the court) plus any Nominations mailed (not filed with the court, a.k.a. Snitch Tickets).
[5]  Data was requested on:
[6]  The camera enforcement is believed to be on traffic on the first-named street, but the direction of enforcement (north, south, east, west, thru, left, right) is not yet available.
[7]  City claims it does not camera-enforce the posted "no turn on red" signs.
[8]  Yellow lengthened at ATTG-03L - see Set # 2, below.
[9]  Bar graphs (see Set # 3, below) have been received for these months, but due to time limitations have been posted below only for selected months.  If there is public interest, the remaining months will be posted.
[10]  The report for this month was printed just a few days after the end of the month.  Highwayrobbery.net estimated the eventual total of Notices Printed as follows: 959 + (344 x 85%).

This table made by highwayrobbery.net, using official monthly tabulations of citations actually issued.





City of Commerce Docs Set # 2
Longer Yellow at Atlantic/Telegraph Cuts Violations by Two-Thirds - for a Couple Years

The City lengthened the yellow for the southbound partial left turn at Atlantic and Telegraph, from 3 seconds, to 4 seconds, sometime after March 25, 2009, probably on May 11.  Here are the charts, exactly as pdf'd and sent to me by the City on May 12 and 13.
Old (2001) Chart
New (2009) Chart
Notes for the charts: 
The length of the yellow for the southbound partial left turn is given in Column 1, Row E of the table in the upper left-hand corner of page 1.  The date of the change is believed to be May 11, although the 'month' digit of the handwritten "date completed" on the 2009 signal timing chart is not fully formed.

The length of the yellow has a great effect on the number of red light camera tickets issued -
the longer yellow at Atlantic/Telegraph cut the number of violations by two-thirds (see the first column in the table, above).  Violations stayed low for a couple years, then rebounded, with a rise in late 2011, a bump in Summer 2012, and a jump in Oct. 2013.

For other examples of the effect of an increase in the yellow for a left turn, see the large table on the
Mesa Documents page and Set # 3 on the Menlo Park Documents page.

Ticketing for the southbound right turn at Atlantic/Telegraph bumped up in Aug. 2009, July 2011, May 2012, and April 2014.




City of Commerce Docs Set # 3
"Late Time" Graphs


 The City provided bar graphs of Late Times, etcetera, for all nine cameras.
These graphs track violations recorded, not tickets issued.
Where there is a large number of long Late Time violations in a curb lane, it is believed to indicate heavy ticketing on right turns.
(The curb lane will be the lane with the highest lane number.)

Grand Terrace late times bar chart
The bar graph above is an example from another city.

ATTG-03L Jan 2009
ATTG-03L Jul 2009
ATTG-03L Aug 2009
ATTG-03L Sep 2009
ATTG-03L Sep 2011
ATTG-03L Jul 2012

ATTG-03R Jul 2009
ATTG-03R Aug 2009
ATTG-03R Sep 2009
ATTG-03R Sep 2011
ATTG-03R Jul 2012

EASL-01 Jul 2009
EASL-01 Aug 2009
EASL-01 Sep 2009
EASL-01 Sep 2011
EASL-01 Jul 2012

SLEA-01 Jul 2009
SLEA-01 Aug 2009
SLEA-01 Sep 2009
SLEA-01 Sep 2011
SLEA-01 Jul 2012

SLGA-01 Jan 2009
SLGA-01 Jul 2009
SLGA-01 Aug 2009
SLGA-01 Sep 2009
SLGA-01 Sep 2011
SLGA-01 Jul 2012

SLGA-03 Jul 2009
SLGA-03 Aug 2009
SLGA-03 Sep 2009
SLGA-03 Sep 2011
SLGA-03 Jul 2012

TEGA-01 Jul 2009
TEGA-01 Aug 2009
TEGA-01 Sep 2009
TEGA-01 Sep 2011
TEGA-01 Jul 2012

TEGA-03 Jan 2009
TEGA-03 Jul 2009
TEGA-03 Aug 2009
TEGA-03 Sep 2009
TEGA-03 Sep 2011
TEGA-03 Jul 2012

TGAT-01 Jul 2009
TGAT-01 Aug 2009
TGAT-01 Sep 2009
TGAT-01 Sep 2011
TGAT-01 Jul 2012

All cameras, Jan2013

All cameras, Jul2013

All cameras, Jun2014

All cameras, Jul2014 - Dec2014

All cameras, Sep2015

All cameras, Sep2016 (tabular version)

Bar graphs have been received from Commerce for the additional months in late 2013, annotated [9] in the multi-colored table above,
but due to time limitations have been posted here only for selected months. 
If there is public interest, the remaining months will be posted.

Bar graphs are available for more fifty than other cities - see the list in the expanded version of Defect # 9.




City of Commerce Docs Set # 4
The Contracts and Amendments

2007 Contract

In Jan. 2007 the City signed a contract with a term of five years beginning upon the installation date of the first camera.

On Nov. 5, 2012 the City amended the contract, to extend it three more years.  They got a lower price ($33,600 per month, or $3733 per camera per month after adjustment for the one free camera provided for in Exh. D of the contract) but still will pay $237,600 too much over the three years (when compared with a $3000 target price - see FAQ # 17).  To cover that extra rent, Commerce will need to issue an extra 3085 tickets over the three years (the City's fine revenue averaged $77 for each ticket it issued in 2013 - see Set # 5, below).


Further problems with the 2012 extension amendment:

1.  It has no escape clause (Termination for Convenience), something commonly found in other cities' contracts.
2.  The amendment provides for "up to two (2) additional, consecutive and automatic two (2) year periods following the expiration of the Initial Term," and then says:  "The Customer may exercise the right not to extend the term... by written notice to Redflex not less than 30 days prior to the last day of the initial term...."   Renewal should never be automatic - this is not a cable TV contract!  Renewals should occur only after a thorough review by the City Council.
3.  The 2012 amendment adds a Halo (collision avoidance) system.  I am aware of only one operational Halo system in California, which was in Marysville, California.  Before Marysville shut down their cameras in May 2016 I made several formal requests to that city asking for copies of reports about the efficacy of that system, and each time Marysville replied, "there is no report."  At a minimum, the City of Commerce contract should have stated the price for the Halo system as a separate item - as it was in the Marysville contract - so that when the Halo system is removed from the City of Commerce the extra charge will go away.


Late 2015:  Lost Opportunity to Negotiate!


We had expected that when the Nov. 2015 automatic extension date came along - and the cameras were eight years old - the City would negotiate for prices at least as low as those negotiated in 2014 by Elk Grove, California, which has five RedFlex cameras.  (See the Elk Grove price table, below.)  Commerce took no action, so the contract automatically extended to Nov. 2017 at the rate of $33,600 per month. 


From Exh. D of the March 2014 Elk Grove Contract

Because it did not negotiate, Commerce will pay $374,400 too much in the two years Nov. 2015 to Nov. 2017 (when compared with the $2000 rent Elk Grove would pay for cameras of the same age).

The next automatic extension will occur in Nov. 2017 - unless, 30 days before then, the City notifies RedFlex that it wants to close the program.

This list of contracts and amendments was up-to-date as of Sept. 2016.





City of Commerce Docs Set # 5
The Revenue


The City's monthly ticket revenue from the court is available in the Revenue Spreadsheet on the
LA County Docs page.



City of Commerce Docs Set # 6

Visitors Watch Out!

Commerca, CA: 98.5% of camera
                              tickets go to visitors
Table from the sheriff's report

In a report he presented at the Feb. 4, 2014 city council meeting, the sheriff disclosed that 98.5% of Commerce's camera tickets go to visitors to the City - nearly 50 tickets a day to patrons of the Commerce Casino and customers of these stores at the Citadel outlet mall.

Adidas
Aeropostale
Aerosoles
ALDO
American Apparel
American Eagle
Ann Taylor
Armani Exchange
Auntie Anne's Pretzel
Bachrach
Banana Republic
BCBGMAXAZRIA Accessories
Billabong
Body Jewelry
Calvin Klein
Carter’s
Casual Male XL
Charlotte Russe
Children's Place
Citadel Dental
Claire's
Clark's Bostonian
COACH Mens
Columbia Sportswear
Converse
Corningware Corelle Revere
Crocs
Currency Exchange
DC Shoe
Designer Fragrances & Cosmetics 
Disney
DKNY
Ecco
Ecko Unltd
Fanci Watches and Lighters
Foreign Exchange
Fossil
Fragrance Outlet
Fresca's Mexican Grill
G.H. Bass & Co.
GAP
GUESS Accessories
Gymboree
H & M
Hanes Brands
Helzberg Diamonds
Hot Dog on a Stick
Hugo Boss Sportswear
Hurley
Journeys
Justice
Kate Spade New York
Kenneth Cole
Kipling
Kitchen Collection
Kitson
Lacoste
Lamajoon Shish Kabob
Le Creuset
Levi's
Lids
Lucky Brand Jeans
Maidenform
Marciano
Maui Style Hawaiian
MAXSTUDIO.COM
Mediterranean
Michael Kors
Nautica
Nibi Pho Bistro
Nike
Nine West
NYDJ
Old Navy
O'Neill
OshKosh
PacSun
Panda Express
Paolo Giardini
Papaya
Perfumania
Perry Ellis
Pronto Café
Puma
Quiksilver
Reebok
Rockport
Rocky Mountain Chocolate Factory
Roll It Sushi
Ruby's Diner
Samsonite
Sbarro Italian Eatery
Skechers
Steve Madden
Stride Rite Children's Group
Sunglass Hut
Sunglass Plus
Sun's Up Optical Services
Swarvoski Crystal
Sweet Factory
Tilly's
Time Factory
Tommy Hilfiger
Toys "R" Us
Trend Theory
True Religion Brand Jeans
TUMI
Tutti Frutti Frozen Yogurt
U.S. Polo Assn.
UGG Australia
Under Armour
Van Heusen
Vans
Verizon Wireless
Vitamin World
Volcom
Wet Seal
Wilson's Leather
Zales The Diamond Store




City of Commerce Docs Set # 7
More Coming

There may be some more Commerce information posted in the next few weeks.  Mark your calendar to remind you to come back here and look!




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