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File #: ORD 20-010    Version: Name:
Type: Ordinance Status: Passed
File created: 6/5/2020 In control: City Council
On agenda: 7/7/2020 Final action: 7/7/2020
Title: Discussion, Possible Action, and Second Reading on Ordinance 20-010, an Ordinance Amending Emergency Ordinance 20-007 to Address a Public Health Crisis and to Revise Certain Measures Which Have Been Deemed Necessary to Slow the Community Spread of Coronavirus (COVID-19).
Attachments: 1. Memo, 2. Ordinance 7/7/2020 - Clean, 3. Ordinance 7/7/2020 - Marked, 4. Ordinance 6/30/2020 - Clean, 5. Ordinance 6/30/2020 - Marked, 6. Ordinance - 6/09/2020, 7. Ordinance 20-007
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Discussion, Possible Action, and Second Reading on Ordinance 20-010, an Ordinance Amending Emergency Ordinance 20-007 to Address a Public Health Crisis and to Revise Certain Measures Which Have Been Deemed Necessary to Slow the Community Spread of Coronavirus (COVID-19).

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Summary:
Ordinance 20-007 was enacted to reduce the spread of COVID-19 and provides additional requirements to restaurants, bars, grocery, casino, gyms, salons as well as other similar businesses. This ordinance is set to expire July 14th.

June 30th Ordinance 20-010 was read to extend the current regulations with the addition of bars. If approved July 7th the ordinance would be extended for an additional sixty (60) days.

Background:
The current emergency COVID-19 regulation through Ordinance 20-007 has the following implications:

Restaurants/Bars
o Maximum of ten customers or 50% occupancy, whichever is greater
* Occupancy capacity posted at front entry
o Groups of ten (10) or less and six (6) feet apart
o Cleaning of high touch areas/materials between users
o Screening employees recommended
o Employees required to wear masks
o Cleaning of used spaces before and after each customer
o No self-serve buffets or salad bars
o No sharing of condiments unless wiped between use

* Grocery, Casino, Gyms, and Recreational Facilities
o Cleaning of equipment after use by customer and/or employee
o Maximum of ten customers or 50% occupancy
* Occupancy capacity posted at front entry
o Employees of Grocery stores will wear masks
o Protective measures/operations will be provided

* Salons/Barber Shops
o Customers six (6) feet spacing & recommend service by appointment-only
o Employees will wear masks
o Clean equipment before and after each customer
o Adequate social distancing for waiting customers

* Administrative exemptions allow for requested flexibility.

At the June 30th City Council meeting, City Council voted to amend the ordinance to continue current regulations with the addit...

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