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NOTICE OF SPECIAL CALLED MEETING

City of Henderson, Kentucky

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NOTICE OF SPECIAL CALLED MEETING

FOR TUESDAY, FEBRUARY 18, 2020

BEGINNING AT 5:15 P.M.

February 13, 2020

Commissioner Patti Bugg

Commissioner X R. Royster, III

Commissioner Bradley S. Staton

Commissioner Austin P. Vowels

Dear Board Members:

Please take notice that as Mayor of the City of Henderson, Kentucky, I hereby call a special

called meeting of the Board of Commissioners to be held on Tuesday, February 18, 2020, at 5:15

p.m., in the third floor assembly room, 222 First Street, Henderson, Kentucky. The purpose of

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this called meeting is for the following:

1. Roll Call:

2. Ordinances-2nd Readings:

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Ordinance Amending Code of Ordinances Pertaining to Smoking

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Ordinance Amending Code of Ordinances Regarding Special Events

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and Designated Smoking Areas

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3. Ordinances-1st Reading:

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Ordinance Amending Sec. 22-62, Limited Free Parking

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4. Bids and Contracts:

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Municipal Order Awarding Bid for Remote Methane Leak Detector

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5. Adjournment

Respectfully,

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Steve Austin, Mayor

NOTICE OF SPECIAL CALLED MEETING

FOR TUESDAY, FEBRUARY 18, 2020

BEGINNING AT 5:15 P.M.

Continued

Please mute or turn off all cell phones for the duration of this meeting.

A copy of the foregoing notice received and service thereof waived this 18th day of February,

2020.

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Commissioner Patti Bugg

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Commissioner X R. Royster, III

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Commissioner Bradley S. Staton

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Commissioner Austin P. Vowels

City Commission Memorandum 20-14

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Febmary 13, 2020

TO:

FROM:

Mayor Steve Austin and the Board of Cornrnissioners

William L. Buzzy? Newman, Jr., City Manager l,,;i SUBJECT: Ordinance Pertaining to Smoking in City Parks

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Items for the agenda of the special called meeting on Tuesday, Febmary 18, 2020 are final readings of two ordinances relating to smoking in city

parks and other public places.
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As you will recall, the revisions detailed below are a result of the discussion at the January 21, 2020 work session.

The first ordinance amends Chapter 16, Offences, Article IV, Smoking in public places and places of employment, Section 16-51, Definitions, to add

the definition of city park; Section 16-54, Prohibition of smoking in outdoor arenas and stadiums, to add smoking prohibition in city parks and to amend smoking designated areas to permitted special events.
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The second ordinance amends Chapter 17, Parks and recreation, Article III, Special Events, Section 17-50, Application for permit, Subsections (b)(12)

and (c)(13) of the Code of Ordinances to require special event permit holders to designate whether or not a designated smoking area will be included for the event; limits the designated area to twenty-five (25) percent of the total permitted area; and specifies it be placed where event attendees do not have to pass through the designated smoking section t gain access to the non-smoking area.
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Your approval of the attached ordinances is requested.

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c: Trace Stevens Dawn Kelsey

ORDINANCE No. 01-20

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ORDINANCE AMENDING CODE OF ORDINANCES PERTAINING TO SMOKING

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SUMMARY: AN ORDINANCE AMENDING ARTICLE 'J-SMOKING IN PUBLIC PLACES AND PLACES OF EMPLOYMENT, SECTION 16-51 . DEFINITIONS, TO ADD DEFINITION OF CITY

PARK; SECTION 16-54. PROHIBITION OF SMOKING IN OUTDOOR ARENASAND STADIUMS, TO ADD SMOKING PROHIBITION IN CITY PARKS AND TO AMEND SMOKING DESIGNATED AREAS TO PERMITTED SPECIAL EVENTS, OF CHAPTER 16 oFFENsEs OF THE CODE OF ORDINANCES OF THE CITY OF HENDERSON, KENTUCKY
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WHEREAS, the Board of Commissioners deems it necessary and appropriate to amend its existing ordinance pertaining to smoking in public places and

places of employment to add a definition of a city park; to add smoking prohibition in city parks; and to amend the smoking designated option to permitted special events in city parks to allow a designated smoking section.
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NOW, THEREFORE, BE IT ORDAINED by the City of Henderson, Kentucky, that Article IV- Smoking in Public Places and Places of Employment, Section 16-51.

Definitions, and Section 16-54. Prohibition of Smoking in Outdoor Arenas and Stadiums, of Chapter 16 Offenses of the Code of Ordinances is hereby amended as follows:
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Sec. 16-51. - Definitions.

The following words and phrases, whenever used in this article, shall be construed as defined in this section:

Bar means an area which is devoted to the serving of alcoholic beverages for consumption by patrons on the premises and in which the serving of food

is only incidental to the consumption of such beverages. Although a restaurant may contain a bar, the term bar shall not include the restaurant dining area.
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Business means a sole proprietorship, partnership, joint venture, corporation, or other business entity, either for profit or not for profit,

including retail establishments where goods or services are sold; professional corporations and other entities where legal, medical, dental, engineering, architectural, or other professional services are delivered; and private clubs.
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Common area means any area where individuals may congregate such as hallways, lobbies, restrooms and elevators.

Employee means a person who is employed by an employer in consideration for direct or indirect monetary wages or profit, and a person who volunteers

his or her services for a nonprofit entity.
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Employer means a person, business, partnership, association, corporation, including a municipal corporation, trust, or nonprofit entity that employs

the services of one or more individual persons.
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Enclosed area means all space between a floor and ceiling that is enclosed on all sides by solid walls or windows (exclusive of doorways), which

extend from the floor to the ceiling.

Health care faciliffl means an office or institution providing care or treatment of diseases, whether physical, mental, or emotional, or other

medical, physiological, or psychological conditions, including, but not limited to, hospitals, rehabilitation hospitals or other clinics, including treatment facilities for drug addiction, alcoholism, and the like, weight control clinics, nursing homes, homes for the aging or chronically ill, laboratories, and offices of surgeons, chiropractors, physical therapists, physicians, dentists, and all specialists within these professions. This definition shall include all waiting rooms, hallways, private rooms, semiprivate rooms, and wards within health care facilities.
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Citv park: All public recreation areas within locations designated and owned by the City of Henderson as a park including, but not limited to all

ballparks, stadiums, basketball courts, tennis courts, pickle ball courts, skate parks, swimming pools, water features, bicycle trails, walking trails, nature trails, recreational facilities, park shelters, and all public areas of parks and other similar places owned or operated by the city where members of the general public assemble for recreational enioyment, to engage in physical exercise, participate in athletic competition or witness sports or other events. It does not include the Bridges of Henderson Golf Course, nor adjacent parking lots to any public park.
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Place of employment means an area under the control of a public or private employer that employees normally frequent during the course of employment,

including, but not limited to, work areas, employee lounges, restrooms, conference rooms, meeting rooms, classrooms, employee cafeterias and hallways. A private residence is not a place of employment unless it is used as a childcare, adult day care, or health care facility.
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Private club means an organization, whether incorporated or not, which is the owner, lessee, or occupant of a building or portion thereof used

exclusively for club purposes at all times, which is operated solely for a recreational, fraternal, social, patriotic, political, benevolent, or athletic purpose, but not for pecuniary gain, and which only sells alcoholic beverages incidental to its operation. The affairs and management of the organization are conducted by a board of directors, executive committee, or similar body chosen by the members at an annual meeting. The organization has established bylaws and/or a constitution to govern its activities. The organization has been granted an exemption from the payment of federal income tax as a club under 26 U.S.C. section 501.
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Public place means an enclosed area to which the public is invited or in which the public is permitted, including, but not limited to, banks, bars,

educational facilities, health care facilities, hotel and motel lobbies, laundromats, polling places, public transportation facilities, reception areas, restaurants, retail food production and marketing establishments, retail service establishments, retail stores, shopping malls, sports arenas, theaters, and waiting rooms. A private club is a public place when being used for a function to which the general public is invited. A private residence is not a public place unless it is used as a childcare, adult day care, or health care facility.
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Restaurant means an eating establishment, including, but not limited to, coffee shops, cafeterias, sandwich stands, national and regional chains, and

private and public school cafeterias, which gives or offers for sale food to the public, guests, or employees, as well as kitchens and
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catering facilities in which food is prepared on the premises for serving elsewhere. The term restaurant shall include a bar area within the

restaurant.
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Retail tobacco store means a retail store utilized primarily for the sale of tobacco products and accessories and in which the sale of other products

is merely incidental.
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Retail Vapor Store - A retail store devoted primarily to the sale of any vapor or electronic smoking product, including but not limited to

e-cigarettes, e-cigars, e-pipes, e-hookah, or vapor pen, or under any other product name or descriptor and accessories, including any vapor cartridge or other container of a liquid solution or other material that is intended to be used with or in an electronic smoking device and in which the sale of other products is incidental. The sale of other such products shall be incidental.
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Service line means an indoor line in which one (l ) or more persons are waiting for or receiving service of any kind, whether or not the service

involves the exchange of money.

Shopping mall means an enclosed public walkway or hall area that serves to connect retail or professional establishments.

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Smoking means inhaling, exhaling, burning, or carrying any lighted cigar, cigarette, pipe, or other lighted tobacco product, or any other lighted

substance, whether otherwise legally possessed or consumed such as marijuana, in any manner or in any form. Smoking also includes the use of a vapor product which creates a mpor, in any manner or in any form, or the use of any oral smoking device for the purpose of circumventing the prohibition of smoking in this section.
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Sports arena means sports pavilions, stadiums, gymnasiums, health spas, boxing arenas, swimming pools, roller and ice rinks, bowling alleys, and

other similar places where members of the general public assemble to engage in physical exercise, participate in athletic competition, or witness sports or other events.
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Vapor product means any noncombustible product that employs a heating element, battery, power source, electronic circuit, or other electronic,

chemical, or mechanical means, regardless of shape of size and including the component parts and accessories thereto, that can be used to deliver vaporized nicotine or other substances to users inhaling from the device. Vapor product includes but is not limited to any electronic cigarette, electronic cigar, electronic cigarillo, electronic pipe, e-hookah or similar product or device and every variation thereof, regardless of whether marketed as such, and any vapor cartridge or other container of a liquid solution or other material that is intended to be used with or in an electronic cigarette, electronic cigar, electronic cigarillo, electronic pipe, or other similar product or device.
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Sec. 16-54. - Prohibition of smoking in outdoor arenas and stadiums, [i ai?A i>hvg'mnaAc aaA ivrile>r?1 l?l? F 1?J 51 -T ?11'?J jaLlll? VV ?L?k

4w*liirpr icl k iuL Jk i0 ?I?J city parks, outdoor public transportation shelters and allowing designated smoking section in [?] special events.
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(a) Smoking is prohibited in the seating areas of all outdoor arenas, stadiums and arnphitheaters;

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'ic Q 'F;'Fipp'p ( 1 S 1 '? r? rsf ? vs3??d rs=r(b) Smoking is prohibited in all city parks [4 .rXl g?lXJL'L i ilk l 1 g) 1 J JL kLA Aku0 1.11 (11117

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vrnhsr fa? 'ffi * ruv nyHa?] ; (c) In, and within fifteen (15 ) feet of all outdoor public transportation stations, platforms, and

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shelters under the authority of the city; and

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lc'mril itin iJllll/111115,:] A sponsor to a Special Event may allow smoking in a city park during a special event in a [with] designated smoking

[gaa] ? pursuant to Section 17-50.
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All ordinances or parts of ordinances in conflict herewith are hereby repealed and superseded to the extent of such conflict.

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The ordinance shall become effective upon legal adoption.

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On first reading of the foregoing ordinance, it was moved by Commissioner Vowels , seconded by Commissioner Royster , that the Ordinance

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be adopted on its first reading. On roll call the vote stood:

Commissioner Staton: Commissioner Vowels: Commissioner Bugg:

NAY

AYE

ABSENT

Commissioner Royster: Mayor Austin:

AYE AYE

On second reading of the ordinance, it , seconded by Commissioner

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adopted. On roll call the vote stood:

was moved by Commissioner , that the Ordinance be

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Commissioner Staton: Commissioner Vowels: Commissioner Bugg:

Commissioner Royster: Mayor Austin:

WHEREUPON, Mayor Austin declared the ordinance adopted, affixed his signature and the date and ordered that it be recorded.

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Steve Austin, Mayor

Date: ATTEST:

Maree Collins, City Clerk

APPROVED AS TO FORM AND0 FORM Joa>LEGALITY THIS , ) 7DAY OF

JANUARY 2020.

City Attorney

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BY:

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ORDINANCE No. 02-20

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ORDINANCE AMENDING CODE OF ORDINANCES REGARDING SPECIAL EVENTS

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SUMMARY: AN ORDINANCE AMENDING CHAPTER 17, PARKS AND RECREATION, ARTICLE [74 SPECIAL EVENTS, SECTION 17-50 APPLICATION FOR PERMIT SUBSECTION (B)(12)

AND SUBSECTION (C) (13) OF THE CODE OF ORDINANCES OF THE CITY OF HENDERSON TO REQUIRE SPECIAL EVENT PERMITS FOR EVENTS IN . CITY TO DESIGNATE WHETHER IT WILL HAVE A DESIGNATED SMOKING AREA
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WHEREAS, it is necessary to update Chapter 17, Parks and Recreation of the Code of Ordinances, Section 17-s 0. Application for Permit Subsection to

require permits to designate whether the event in a public park will have a designated smoking section.
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NOW, THEREFORE, BE IT ORDAINED by the City of Henderson, Kentucky, that Section 17-50, Subsection (b)(12) and Subsection (c)(13) of Chapter 17, Parks

and Recreation of the Code of Ordinances is hereby amended as follows:
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Sec. 17-50. - Application for permit.

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Time limit and deadline. A person or entity seeking a special event permit or a special event with alcohol permit shall file an application with the

city manager at least ninety (90) days prior to the date of such event. A completed application does not constitute approval of the permit. A waiver of application deadline may be granted upon a showing of good cause at the discretion of the city manager; and, if there is sufficient time to process and investigate the application, and arrange police and other city services for the event. Special event permit application (without alcohol). The application for the special event permit shall set forth the following information: The name, address and telephone number of the person seeking permission to conduct a special event. If the special event is proposed to be conducted for, on behalf of or by an organization, the name, address and telephone number of the headquarters of the organization and of the organization's authorized representatives and responsible heads of such organizations. The name, address and telephone number of the person who will be the event coordinator who will be responsible for its management. The date or dates when the special event is to take place. The area where the special event or route is to take place. The hours when the special event will start and terminate.
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(7) The expected total attendance for the event, and the estimated maximum number of people to be assembled at any one time.

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(8) Asecurityandsafetyplan. (9) Request for any special facilities or temporary stmctures. (A fee may be charged in advance.) (10) A cleanup plan

including name(s) of individuals and group(s) responsible for cleaning during

and after the special event. (11 ) Whether the applicant or sponsoring organization of the proposed special event proposes to

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select and authorize participants as provided in section 17-60. (12) Designatewhethertheeventinacityparkwill[ a a , a

a a a ] have a designated smoking section and the location of such smoking section. The designated smoking section cannot exceed twenty-five percent

(25 ) of the total outdoor area of the permitted area and should be placed where event attendees do not have to pass through the designated smoking section to gain access to the non-smoking area.
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? (13) Such other information as may be required by the city manager. (c) Special event permit application (with alcohol). The application for the

special event with
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alcohol permit shall set forth the following information: (1) The sponsor's (not for profit organization) name, address and telephone number of the

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headquarters of the organization and of the organization's authorized representatives and responsible heads of such organizations.

(2) The name of the individual; corporation or organization that will be the holder of the state and local issued alcohol beverage control license

for the event.
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(3) Thenarne,addressandtelephonenurnberofthepersonwhowillbetheeventcoordinatorwho will be responsible for its management. The date or dates when the

special event is to take place. If alcohol will be consumed at the special event, then a site plan of the proposed event, including any area where alcohol will be served and consumed and indication where the controlled entry/exit will be and where the boundaries of the enclosure will be located, and a description of the enclosure.
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(5a) If alcohol will be sold by the package and not consumed, then a site plan of the proposed event, including any area where alcohol may be sold by

the package.
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(6) If alcohol will be consumed at the special event, then the hours when the special event will start and terminate and the hours when alcohol will

be served. In no circumstances can alcohol be served or sold after 11:00 p.m.
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(7) The expected total attendance for the event, and the estimated maximum number of people to be assembled at any one (1 ) time.

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(8) A security and safety plan which will include security necessary for the alcohol area. (9)

Requestforanyspecialfacilitiesortemporarystmctures.(Afeemaybechargedinadvance.) (10) A cleanup plan including name(s) of individuals and group(s) responsible for cleaning during
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and after the special event.

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(4) (5)

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(11 ) Whether the applicant or sponsoring organization of the proposed special event proposes to select and authorize participants as provided in

section 17-60.
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(12) A copy of all necessary state and local licenses from alcohol beverage control issued for the event (the licenses can be provided after

conditional approval for the special event with alcohol permit is given). Proof that all individuals who will be serving alcohol at the event have completed S.T.A.R. (Server Training in Alcohol Regulations).
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(13) Designatewhethertheeventinacityparkwill[ a a , a c?a:irilricg sirJarsthar ;+ iiz;ffl] have a designated smoking section and the location of such

smokingT)-I?N section. The designated smoking section cannot exceed twenty-five percent (25 ) of the total outdoor area of the permitted area and should be placed where event attendees do not have to pass through the designated smoking section to gain access to the non-smoking area.
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(14) Such other information as may be required by the city manager. All ordinances or parts of ordinances in conflict herewith are hereby repealed

and
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superseded to the extent of such conflict.

The ordinance shall become effective upon legal adoption.

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On first reading of the foregoing ordinance, it was moved by Commissioner Royster ,secondedbyCommissioner Vowels ,thattheOrdinancebe

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adopted on its first reading. On roll call the vote stood:

Cormnissioner Staton: AYE Cornrnissioner Vowels: AYE Commissioner Bugg: j?r

Commissioner Royster: Mayor Austin:

AYE

AYE

On second reading of the ordinance, it , seconded by Cornmissioner

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adopted. On roll call the vote stood:

was moved by Commissioner , that the Ordinance be

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Commissioner Staton: Cornrnissioner Vowels: Commissioner Bugg:

Commissioner Royster: Mayor Austin:

WHEREUPON, Mayor Austin declared the ordinance adopted, affixed his signature and the date and ordered that it be recorded.

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Steve Austin, Mayor Date:

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ATTEST:

Maree Collins, City Clerk

APPROVED AS TO FORM ANDOFO .f.LEGALITY THIS ,-,:j'r' DAY OF

JANUARY 2020.?L,2b';LL3 7 Dawn S. Kelsey, -z?.

City Attorney

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City Commission Memorandum 20-15

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February 13, 2020

TO: Mayor Steve Austin and the Board of Commissioners

FROM: William L. ?Buzzy? Newrnan, Jr., City Manager

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SUBJECT: Limited Free Parking Ordinance

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An item for the agenda of the Tuesday, February 18, 2020 special called meeting is first reading of an ordinance to amend Chapter 22, Traffic and

Motor Vehicle, Article II, Parking, Stopping and Standing, Division 1, Section 22-62, Limited Free Parking.
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Pursuant to direction given at the January 28, 2020 meeting, staff drafted amendments to the parking ordinance adopted November 19, 2020 that was to

sunset February 29, 2020. The attached ordinance makes the change to three (3) hour parking permanent and increases the evading time limitations violation (scatter) from five (5) times in a one- week period to seven (7) times.
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c: Robert Gunter Dawn Kelsey Robert Gunter

City Commission Memorandum 20-14

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Febmary 10, 2020

TO:

FROM:

SUBJECT:

Mayor Steve Austin and the Board of Commissioners

William I,. (Gp?,,,55 Newman, Jr., City Manager A Downtown Parking

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Pursuant to our last Commission Meeting, staff and Lindsey Locasto met with Nancy Stone, Parking Enforcement, to discuss options. Listed below is

information you may find helpful.
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Parking tickets issued November 2019 to date:

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Actual scatter tickets issued with current five (5) limit versus those that would have been issued for the proposed alternatives. December 2019

through January 2020

Dawn Kelsey will prepare a draft ordinance including a seven (7) scatter limit within a five (5) day period. If the Comrnission chooses to let the

current ordinance expire it will revert to two-hour parking with a limit of ten (10) scatter.
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Dawn KelseyC:

Total Tickets

teq Q Downtown

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oy.ees Nov20l9 365 50 315 Dec20l9 162 9 153 Jan 2020 159 18 141 Feb 2020 (to date) 31 1 30

Deceniber J47y3y4yy. 20202019

Actual (5) limit 40 30 Prop (6) limit 33 13 Prop (7) limit 21 7 Prop (10) limit ' 11 1

ORDINANCE NO.

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ORDINANCE RELATING TO PARKING

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SUMMARY: AN ORDINANCE AMENDING CHAPTER 22, TRAFFICAND MOTOR VEHICLE, ARTICLE II - PARKING, STOPPING AND STANDING, DIVISION 1, SECTION 22-62 - LIMITED

FREE PARKING TO PROVIDE FOR THREE HOURS OF FREE PARKING PERMANENTLY AND SECTION 22-63 EVADING TIMELIMITA TIONS PROHIEITED CHANGING FIVE TIMESA WEEK TO SEVEN TIMES A WEEK
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WHEREAS, at the request of the Downtown Henderson Partnership, the City of Henderson instituted a three (3) month trial basis changing the two (2)

hour free parking in areas of the Central Business District to three (3) hour free parking to provide visitors greater time to shop, dine and explore downtown Henderson; and
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WHEREAS, during the trial basis, it was determined that the three (3) hour free parking in the Central Business District was successful; and

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WHEREAS, the scatter ticket or evading time limitations, which during the trial period decreased from ten (10) in a one-week period to five (5) in a

one-week period; however, it has been determined that seven (7) times in a one-week (Monday through Friday) period will be more effective; and

NOW THEREFORE BE IT ORDAINED by the City of Henderson, Kentucky, that, Chapter 22, Traffic and Motor Vehicles, Article II - Parking, Stopping, and

Standing, Division 1, Generally of the City's Code of Ordinances, is hereby amended as follows:
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Sec. 22-62. - Limited free parking. There shall be no charge for the parking of vehicles on the public streets or at the Second Street

Boat/Watercraft Trailer Parking Area provided, however, that: (a) It shall be unlawful for any motor vehicle parked for a period longer than three (3) consecutive hoursJa a , 55 aa
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, a ], unless otherwise designated for a shorter period of time by the city manager or unless the motor vehicle has a valid residential parking

permit affixed to its rear window, between the hours of 8:00 a.m. and 5:00 p.m. of any day, except Saturday, Sunday and legal holidays, in the marked parking spaces on those sections of public streets in the downtown area as follows:
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*First Street-From Water Street to Green Street; aSecond Street-From Water Street to Green Street;

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aThird Street-From Water Street to the mid-block alley east of Elm Street on the south side of the street;

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*Third Street-From Main Street to Green Street on the north side of the street; *Water Street-From Washington Street to Third Street; aMain

Street-From Washington Street to a point approximately two hundred fifteen (215 ) feet north of Third Street on the west side of the street; aMain Street-From Washington Street to a point approximately two hundred twenty (220) feet north of Third Street on the east side of the street; *Elm Street-From the entrance of the Municipal Center to a point approximately ninety-three (93) feet north of Third Street on the west side of the street; aElm Street-From Center Street to a point approximately seventy (70) feet north of Third Street on the east side of the street; and
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(b) On Saturdays and Sundays from May 1 to September 30, and on Memorial Day, Independence Day, and Labor Day, no motor vehicle shall be parked or

allowed to stand unattended in the Second Street Boat/Watercraft Trailer Parking Area except for boat/watercraft trailers or vehicles with a watercraft roof rack carrier that have affixed a current boat/watercraft trailer parking sticker issued pursuant to division 2, boat/watercraft trailer parking permit of chapter 25, waterways, or motor vehicles parked in spaces designated by signs as Playground Parking. For all other days, between the hours of 8 :OO a.m. and s :OO p.m. of any day (except as designated above), it shall be unlawful for any motor vehicle to be parked for a period longer than three (3) consecutive hours[?? 'qma;rirl ri'F T)?? 1 ')Jll Q 6raiigh T;;ehriia'rsr '10 'lrl'ln a'ar3 'ffiag;titi;tig rit> h6rirrAa 1 'l(l'l(lhiro (Q 'l
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a ], unless otherwise designated for a shorter period of time by the city manager or designated by signage in the marked parking spaces anywhere

within the Second Street Boat/Watercraft Trailer Parking Area, except for motor vehicles towing boat/watercraft trailers or vehicles with a watercraft roof rack carrier that have affixed a current boat/watercraft parking sticker issued pursuant to division 2, boat/watercraft trailer parking permit of chapter 25, waterways, of this Code.
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(c) The Second Street Boat/Watercraft Trailer Parking Area as used herein is that paved area extending west from Water Street on a line with Second

Street, then north on the connector road mnning along the Ohio River, and then east on a line with Third Street to Water Street. Legal holidays as used herein means New Year's Day, Martin Luther King Day, Good Friday, Memorial Day, Independence Day, Labor Day, Thanksgiving Day, day after Thanksgiving, Christmas Day, and the day before or the day after Christmas Day, as designated by the city manager.
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Sec. 22-63. - Evading time limitations prohibited. It shall be unlawful to move a vehicle from one (1 ) space to another for the purpose of evading

time limitations on parking. Therefore, if a vehicle is shown by the electronic marking device used by the city's parking enforcement officer to have occupied parking spaces within the stated regulated areas
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a ], then the owner or operator of said vehicle shall be deemed to have moved said vehicle for the purpose of evading time limitations on parking

which shall constitute a parking violation and such violator shall be notified in writing of such violation and shall be subject to the penalties set forth in section 22-64 below.
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All ordinances or parts of ordinances in conflict herewith are hereby repealed and superseded to the extent of such conflict.

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reading of this ordinance, it , seconded by Cornmissioner

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the ordinance be adopted on its first reading.

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On the first was moved by Cornmissioner , that

On roll call the vote stood:

Commissioner Staton: Commissioner Vowels: Commissioner Bugg:

Commissioner Royster: Mayor Austin:

WHEREUPON, Mayor Austin declared the ordinance adopted on first reading and ordered that it be presented for second reading at a meeting of the Board

of Commissioners.
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On second reading of the ordinance, it , seconded by Cornrnissioner

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was moved by Cornmissioner , that

the ordinance be adopted.

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WHEREUPON, the vote was called. On roll call the vote stood:

Cornrnissioner Staton: Cornrnissioner Vowels: Cornmissioner Bugg:

Commissioner Royster: Mayor Austin:

WHEREUPON, Mayor Austin declared the ordinance adopted, affixed his signature and the date and ordered it be recorded.

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Steve Austin, Mayor Date:

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ATTEST:

Maree Collins, CKMC City Clerk

APPROVED AS TO FORM AND LEGALITYTHIS ?: DAYOF FEBRUARY 2020.

By: /' i?.f ?? J Dawn S. Kelsey *X ) City Attorney

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City Commission Memorandnm 20-16

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Febmary 13, 2020

TO: Mayor Steve Austin and the Board of Commissioners

FROM: William L. ?Buzzy? Newman, Jr., City Manager W SUBJECT: Purchase of HEATH Remote Methane Leak Detector

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The accompanying municipal order authorizes the purchase of three (3) HEATH Remote Methane Leak Detectors (RMLD-CS) and one (l) Detecto Pak-Infrared

(DP-IR) advanced leak detector from Heath Consultants, Inc, Houston, Texas, in the low bid amount of 56,325.00.
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As you may recall, Henderson Municipal Gas submitted a Technical Assistant Grant to Pipeline and Hazardous Materials Safety Administration (PHMSA)

for the purpose of aiding safety efforts, specifically methane leak detection. HMG has been awarded the grant which will provide for the purchase of methane laser equipment in addition to infrared detecting equipment. HMG will be receiving one laser unit and one infrared unit. The Henderson Fire Department will receive the other two laser units. Training by the manufacturer is included in the grant.
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