Leon Valley
TX

Ordinance
Ordinance 17-043

Discuss and Consider Possible Action on an Ordinance of the City of Leon Valley, Bexar County, Texas, establishing a photographic traffic enforcement system (red light camera system) program and providing for: preamble, purpose, applicability, and findings; definitions; offense for a motor vehicle to proceed into an intersection when the traffic control signal is emitting a steady red signal; administering the system through the Leon Valley Police Department; establishing certain affirmative defenses; penalties including a civil penalty not to exceed $75.00 and a late fee of $25.00; providing a non-judicial administrative hearing process to contest a violation; appeal to Municipal Court; severability; repeal of conflicting ordinances; effective date; and proper notice and meeting.

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Item Discussion

PURPOSE

 

The City of Leon Valley adopted the Photographic Traffic Enforcement System and approved entering into a contract with a vendor at the March 7, 2017, City Council Meeting. A contract with a vendor was subsequently signed by the City Manager. The purpose of this ordinance is to establish a Photographic Traffic Enforcement System Program in the City of Leon Valley, Bexar County, Texas. This ordinance provides for the creation of the program, preamble, purpose, applicability, and findings of the program. It defines words specific to the use of this program, and creates an offense for a motor vehicle to proceed into an intersection when the traffic control signal is emitting a steady red signal. The ordinance assigns administration of the system and program through the Leon Valley Police Department, establishes certain affirmative defenses, and sets fines and fees in accordance with applicable Texas laws. The ordinance provides for a non-judicial administrative hearing process to contest a violation, and the process to appeal to the City of Leon Valley Municipal Court. The language in this ordinance repeals conflicting ordinances, sets an effective date, and provides for proper notice and meeting as required by State law.

 

SEE LEON VALLEY

 

Social Equity - Information obtained from the U.S. Department of Transportation, Federal Highway Administration Research and Technology Division, Safety Evaluation of Red Light Cameras Study (2005) found a 25% decrease in angle crashes, resulting in a substantial reduction in injuries at locations where a Photographic Traffic Enforcement System (red-light cameras) was installed. Utilizing this technology promotes the health and welfare of the citizens of this community and the visitors that traverse through our City each day.

 

Economic Development - If the photographic traffic enforcement system is used in Leon Valley, it should have a traffic calming effect on major roads in Leon Valley. This should improve economic development in Leon Valley by making major roads safer and more pleasant to traverse. If the condition of the roads improves, this could help businesses along the Bandera corridor. In addition, the U.S. Department of Transportation, Federal Highway Administration Research and Technology Division, Safety Evaluation of Red Light Cameras Study (2005) found considerable reduction in property damage at locations where red-light cameras were installed, saving the citizens monies, and helping reduce the cost of insurance premiums for our residents.

 

Environmental Stewardship - Angled crashes are known to be one of the most devastating crashes that can occur. Many of these crashes result in significant leakage of radiator fluid, engine oil, and battery acid onto our roads, and needlessly adds wrecked vehicles to salvage yards. A reduction of these crashes will help reduce the fluids leaking onto our roads and prolong the use of vehicles and the resources it takes to make them.

 

 

FISCAL IMPACT

 

The City of Leon Valley will generate income from this program; however, the income generated is designed to fund the additional staff and resources needed to maintain the program. It is not the intent of this program to raise revenue for the city but rather to increase safety and reduce accidents and injuries in our community.

 

STRATEGIC GOALS

 

The above initiative is conducive with Leon Valley’s Strategic Goals of Safety and Security in that it will increase safety, increase motorists’ conscientiousness, and reduce property loss due to motorists running red lights. 

 

Document Comments

RECOMMENDATION

 

The Leon Valley City Manager, Fire Chief, and Chief of Police all recommend adopting the Photographic Traffic Enforcement System Program ordinance as written.

 

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AN ORDINANCE OF THE CITY OF LEON VALLEY, BEXAR COUNTY, TEXAS, ESTABLISHING A PHOTOGRAPHIC TRAFFIC ENFORCEMENT SYSTEM (RED LIGHT CAMERA SYSTEM) PROGRAM AND PROVIDING FOR: PREAMBLE, PURPOSE, APPLICABILITY, AND FINDINGS; DEFINITIONS; OFFENSE FOR A MOTOR VEHICLE TO PROCEED INTO AN INTERSECTION WHEN THE TRAFFIC CONTROL SIGNAL IS EMITTING A STEADY RED SIGNAL; ADMINISTERING THE SYSTEM THROUGH THE LEON VALLEY POLICE DEPARTMENT; ESTABLISHING CERTAIN AFFIRMATIVE DEFENSES; PENALTIES INCLUDING A CIVIL PENALTY NOT TO EXCEED $75.00 AND A LATE FEE OF $25.00; PROVIDING A NON-JUDICIAL ADMINISTRATIVE HEARING PROCESS TO CONTEST A VIOLATION; APPEAL TO MUNICIPAL COURT; SEVERABILITY; REPEAL OF CONFLICTING ORDINANCES; EFFECTIVE DATE; AND PROPER NOTICE AND MEETING.

 

              WHEREAS, the City Council of the City of Leon Valley, Texas, (the “City Council”) seeks to promote the health, safety, and welfare of the citizens of the City of Leon Valley, Texas (the “City”); and

 

              WHEREAS, pursuant to Texas Local Government Code section 54.004, the City may enforce ordinances necessary to protect health, life, and property and to preserve the good government, order and security of the City and its inhabitants; and

 

              WHEREAS, pursuant to Texas Transportation Code section 707.002 authorizes a governing body of a local authority to implement a photographic traffic signal enforcement program; and

 

              WHEREAS, pursuant to Texas Transportation Code section 542.202 authorizes municipalities to, among other things, regulate traffic by traffic-control devices through criminal, civil and administrative enforcement methods; and

 

WHEREAS, the City Council finds that a motor vehicle that proceeds into an intersection when the traffic control signal for that vehicle’s direction of travel is emitting a steady red signal endangers motor vehicle operators and pedestrians, decreases the efficiency of traffic control and traffic flow efforts of the City, and increases the number of accidents to which public safety agencies must respond at the expense of taxpayers; and

 

WHEREAS, there is convincing documented evidence that the problem of motorists running red lights is a problem in Leon Valley, Texas, resulting in injuries, fatalities, and loss of property; and

 

WHEREAS, the City finds that certain intersections in Leon Valley are high crash and high-volume intersections; and

             

WHEREAS, the City’s concern over traffic accidents and related fatalities resulting from motorists running red lights in Leon Valley is a legitimate public safety concern of the City which demands the implementation of reasonable regulations; and

 

WHEREAS, information contained from the U.S. Department of Transportation, Federal Highway Administration Research and Technology Division, Safety Evaluation of Red Light Cameras Study (2005) found a 25% decrease in angle crashes, substantial reduction in injuries from crashes that do occur, and a considerable reduction in property damage at locations where red-light cameras were installed; and

 

              WHEREAS, the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration Fatality Analysis Reporting System showed there were 32,166 fatal crashes in the United States in 2015, to include 3,516 in Texas, and 699 at intersections in Texas; and

 

WHEREAS, the U.S. Department of Transportation, Federal Highway Administration Research and Technology Division, Safety Evaluation of Red Light Cameras Study (2005) concludes that automated red-light camera enforcement systems are effective deterrence tools and have a positive safety and economic impact; and

 

WHEREAS, the City Council finds that a reduction in the running of red lights through the adoption of a red-light camera program will promote the health, life and property of the City and its inhabitants; and

 

WHEREAS, a red-light camera program helps to bolster and support the efforts of the City’s law enforcement personnel in enforcing the City’s traffic rules and regulations; and

 

WHEREAS, it is not the intent or purpose of this Ordinance to raise significant revenue for the City or intrude upon individual liberties but rather to increase safety, increase motorist’s consciousness and reduce property loss due to motorists running red lights; and

 

WHEREAS, the City has implemented a public education and awareness program regarding the implementation of this Ordinance; NOW, THEREFORE,

 

BE IT ORDAINED BY THE CITY COUNCIL OF THE CITY OF LEON VALLEY, TEXAS:

 

SECTION I.  PURPOSE, APPLICABILITY, AND FINDINGS.

 

A.              It is the purpose of this Ordinance to implement a photographic traffic enforcement system program in order to promote the health, safety and general welfare of the citizens of the City by reducing the hazards of running red lights. The provisions of this Ordinance have neither the purpose nor effect of intruding upon individual liberties. 

 

B.              This Ordinance shall apply within the corporate boundaries of the City of Leon Valley, Texas.

 

C.              Based on evidence concerning the problem of motorists running red lights and the resulting increase in the number of injuries and loss of property in the community presented in public hearings held by the City on the 18th day of January, 2017, 28th day of January, 2017, March 7, 2017, and in reports made available to the City Council, the City Council finds: that a photographic traffic control system (red-light camera system) will result in fewer accidents, injuries and property damage in the City of Leon Valley, Texas, and shall be implemented through a contract with a vendor of the City’s choosing.

 

SECTION II.  DEFINITIONS.

 

Words and phrases used in this Ordinance shall have the meanings set forth in this Section, unless the context of their usage clearly requires otherwise. Words and phrases that are not defined below shall be given their common, ordinary meaning unless the context clearly requires otherwise. When not inconsistent with the context, words used in the present tense shall include the future tense (and vice versa); words in the plural number shall include the singular number (and vice versa); and words in the masculine gender shall include the feminine gender (and vice versa). Headings and captions are for reference purposes only.

 

Department shall mean the Police Department of the City of Leon Valley, Texas.

 

Intersection shall mean the place or area where two or more streets intersect.

 

Motor Vehicle or Vehicle shall mean any motor vehicle subject to registration pursuant to the Texas Certificate of Title Act (Chapter 501 of the Texas Transportation Code).

 

Notice of Violation shall mean a notice mailed to a person identified as having violated this Ordinance and that complies with the content requirements set out in this Ordinance.  A notice of violation is not a criminal citation.

 

Owner shall mean the owner of a motor vehicle as shown on the motor vehicle registration records of the Texas Department of Transportation or the analogous department or agency of another state or country.  The term “owner” includes:

1.              A lessee of a motor vehicle under a lease of six months or more; or

2.              The lessee of a motor vehicle rented from a motor vehicle rental or leasing company, but does not include the motor vehicle rental or leasing company itself.

 

 

Photographic Traffic Enforcement System or System means a system that:

1.              Consists of a camera and vehicle sensor installed to work in conjunction with an electrically operated traffic control signal; and

2.              Is capable of producing at least two recorded images that depict the license plate attached to the front or the rear of a motor vehicle that is not operated in compliance with the instructions of the traffic-control signal.

 

Recorded Image means an image recorded by a photographic traffic enforcement system that depicts the license plate attached to the front or rear of a motor vehicle and is automatically produced, depicted, photographed or recorded on a photograph or digital image.

 

System Location means the approach to an intersection toward which a photographic traffic enforcement system is directed and in operation.

 

Traffic Control Signal means a traffic control device that displays alternating red, amber and green lights that directs traffic when to stop at or proceed through an intersection.

 

SECTION III.  OFFENSE.

 

It shall be unlawful for a motor vehicle to proceed into an intersection when the traffic control signal for that vehicle’s direction of travel is emitting a steady red signal.  The owner of the motor vehicle shall be responsible for a violation of this Ordinance, except as otherwise provided herein.

 

SECTION IV.  ADMINISTRATION OF PHOTOGRAPHIC TRAFFIC ENFORCEMENT SYSTEM PROGRAM.

 

A.              The Leon Valley Police Department shall implement, administer, and enforce the City’s photographic traffic enforcement system and shall maintain a list of system locations where photographic traffic enforcement systems are installed.

 

B.              All enforcement records including, but not limited to, a recorded image resulting from a photographic traffic enforcement system shall be confidential to the extent allowed by state law and may be used only to pursue a violation of this Ordinance. 

 

C.              The Department or the person with which the City contracts for the administration and enforcement of the photographic traffic signal enforcement system may not provide information about a civil penalty imposed under this chapter to a credit bureau, as defined by Section 392.001, Finance Code <http://www.westlaw.com/Find/Default.wl?rs=dfa1.0&vr=2.0&DB=1015460&DocName=TXFIS392.001&FindType=Y>.

 

D.              Signs shall be posted and maintained advising motorists that photographic traffic enforcement systems are in operation. Every sign shall be clearly visible to all directions of traffic at every intersection with a photographic traffic enforcement system.  

 

E.              A notice of violation shall be mailed to the owner of the motor vehicle no later than 30 days after the date the violation is alleged to have occurred. The notice of violation shall be mailed to:

1.              The owner’s address as indicated on the registration records of the Texas Department of Transportation; or

2.              If the vehicle is registered in another state or country, the owner’s address as shown on the motor vehicle registration records of the department or agency of the other state or country that is analogous to the Texas Department of Transportation.

 

F.  A notice of violation shall contain at a minimum the following information:

1.              A description of the alleged violation;

2.              Location of the intersection where the violation occurred;

3.              The date and time of the violation;

4.              The name and address of the owner of the vehicle involved in the violation, unless the operator of the vehicle is identified, then the name and address of the operator;

5.              The license plate number displayed on the license plate of the vehicle involved in the violation;

6.              A copy of a recorded image depicting the license plate number of the vehicle;

7.              The amount of the civil penalty imposed for the violation;

8.              The date by which the civil penalty must be paid;

9.              A statement that a recorded image is evidence in a proceeding for the imposition of a civil penalty;

10.              A statement that the person named in the notice may pay the civil penalty in lieu of appearing at a non-judicial administrative adjudication by mail sent to a specified address instead of appearing at the time and place of the administrative adjudication hearing; and

11.              Information informing the person:

a.              Of the right to contest the imposition of the civil penalty in a non-judicial administrative hearing;

b.              The manner and time in which the civil penalty may be contested;

c.              That failure to pay the civil penalty or contest liability in a timely manner is an admission of liability;

d.              That failure to appear at a non-judicial administrative hearing after having requested a hearing is an admission of liability;

e.              That failure to timely pay the civil penalty may result in the imposition of a late payment fee of $25.00; and

f.              That the request for a non-judicial administrative hearing may subject the person to a $50.00 administrative hearing charge if found liable or if the person fails to appear;

 

12.              A statement that, if at the time and place of the violation the vehicle was being operated by a person other than the owner, the owner may transfer liability for the violation to the person who was operating the vehicle at that time and place if the owner submits to the Department by verifiable affidavit, on a form provided by the Department, or under oath at an administrative adjudication hearing, the name and current address of the person:

a.              Operating the vehicle at the time and place of the violation;

b.              Who was the lessee of the vehicle at the time of the violation, if the vehicle was rented or leased from a person in the business or renting or leasing motor vehicles at that time; or

c.              Who was the subsequent owner of the motor vehicle, if ownership of the vehicle was transferred by the owner before the time of violation; and

 

13.              Any other information the Department deems prudent and necessary.

 

G.              If it is determined, through affidavit or oath, that the motor vehicle was being operated by a person other than the owner, the Department shall reissue the notice of violation to the actual operator within 15 days of the determination of the driver’s identity.             

 

H.              No notice of violation shall be issued and no civil penalty shall be imposed if the Department determines that the motorist was arrested, was issued a criminal citation and notice to appear, or was issued a warning by a duly authorized peace officer for a violation recorded by the photographic traffic enforcement system of a violation of the Texas Transportation Code, section 544.007(d) Traffic-Control Signals in General.

 

I.              No notice of violation shall be issued if the quality of the image captured by the system is so inferior as to prohibit positive identification of the license plate.

 

J.              A notice of violation under this Section is presumed to have been received on the fifth (5th) day after the date the notice of violation is mailed. All notices shall be mailed U.S. First Class Mail.

 

K.              In lieu of issuing a notice of violation, the Department may mail a warning notice to the owner that must contain the information in Section IV E.

 

SECTION V.  AFFIRMATIVE DEFENSE.

 

The owner of the motor vehicle shall be responsible for a violation of this Ordinance, unless the owner can, by preponderance of the evidence, show that:

1.              The traffic-control signal was not in proper position and sufficiently legible to an ordinarily observant person;

2.              The operator of the motor vehicle was acting in compliance with the lawful order or direction of a police officer;

3.              The operator of the motor vehicle was part of a funeral procession;

4.              The operator of the motor vehicle violated the instructions of the traffic-control signal so as to yield the right-of-way to an immediately approaching authorized emergency vehicle;

5.              The motor vehicle was being operated as authorized emergency vehicle under Chapter 546 of the Texas Transportation Code and the operator was acting in compliance with that Chapter;

6.              The motor vehicle was a stolen vehicle and being operated by a person other than the owner of the vehicle without the effective consent of the owner;

7.              The license plate depicted in the recorded image of the violation was a stolen plate and being displayed on a motor vehicle other than the motor vehicle for which the plate has been issued;

8.              The motor vehicle was leased, rented or otherwise in the care, custody, or control of another person;

9.              The presence of ice, snow, unusual amounts of rain or other unusually hazardous road conditions existed that made compliance with this Ordinance more dangerous under the circumstances than non-compliance;

10.              The owner was not the owner of the motor vehicle at the time of the violation; or

11.              The owner was arrested, was issued a criminal citation and notice to appear, or was issued a warning by a duly authorized peace officer for a violation of section 544.007(d) of the Texas Transportation Code recorded by the photographic traffic enforcement system.

 

SECTION VI.  PENALTY; ENFORCEMENT.

 

A.              A violation of this Ordinance shall be deemed a non-criminal violation for which a civil penalty will be assessed. The imposition of a civil penalty under this Ordinance is not a conviction and may not be considered a conviction for any purpose.

 

B.              The civil penalty for which the owner or, when applicable, the operator is liable is Seventy-Five Dollars and No Cents ($75.00).

 

C.              A person who fails to pay a civil penalty within the time allowed by this Ordinance shall be additionally liable for a late-payment fee of Twenty-Five Dollars and No Cents ($25.00).

 

E.              A person who files a notice of appeal in writing to the City of Leon Valley Municipal Court shall pay an appellate fee of Fifty Dollars and No Cents ($50.00). Unless the person, on or before the filing of the notice of appeal, posts a bond in the amount of the civil penalty ($75.00) and any late fees ($25.00), an appeal does not stay the enforcement of the civil penalty. 

 

F.              The City Attorney is authorized to file suit to enforce collection of a civil penalty assessed under this Ordinance.

 

 

 

SECTION VII.  NON-JUDICIAL ADMINISTRATIVE HEARING.

 

A.              A person who receives a notice of violation under this Ordinance may contest the imposition of the civil penalty by requesting in writing a non-judicial administrative hearing within the time provided in the notice, which period may not be earlier than the 30th day after the date the notice of violation was mailed.

 

B.              The Department shall establish an administrative process to review objections to violation notices including the selection of a hearings officer who shall preside over the non-judicial administrative hearing and, at a minimum, shall be a person knowledgeable in the laws governing traffic control and enforcement with competencies in due process, municipal law, effective writing and speaking, fair and impartial decision-making, and related areas as evidenced through application, interview and competency-based training.

 

C.              Failure to pay a civil penalty or contest liability in a timely manner is an admission in the full amount of the civil penalty assessed in the notice of violation and constitutes a waiver of the right to appeal under Section VIII of this Ordinance.

 

D.              Failure to appear at a non-judicial administrative hearing after having requested a hearing is an admission of liability for the full amount of the civil penalty assessed in the notice of violation and constitutes a waiver of the right to appeal under Section VIII of this Ordinance.

 

E.              The civil penalty shall not be assessed if:

1.              After the hearing, the hearing officer enters a finding of no liability; or

2.              Within the time prescribed in the notice of violation, the person against whom the civil penalty is to be assessed submits the proof described in Section IV.E.12.

 

F.              A person who is found liable after a non-judicial administrative hearing or who requests a hearing and thereafter fails to appear at the time and place of the hearing is liable for administrative hearing costs in the amount of Fifty Dollars and No Cents ($50.00) in addition to the amount of the civil penalty assess for the violation. A person who is found liable for a civil penalty after a non-judicial administrative hearing shall pay the civil penalty and costs within ten (10) days of the determination of liability.

 

G.              In a non-judicial administrative hearing, the issues must be proved at the hearing by a preponderance of the evidence.  The reliability of the photographic traffic enforcement system used to produce the recorded image of the violation may be attested to in a non-judicial administrative hearing by affidavit of an officer or employee of the City or the entity with which the City contracts to install or operate the system and who is responsible inspecting and maintaining the system. An affidavit of an officer or employee of the City that alleges a violation based an inspection of the pertinent recorded image, is admissible in a proceeding under this Ordinance, is evidence of the facts contained in the affidavit and is prima facie evidence of the violation alleged in the notice of violation.

 

H.              Notwithstanding anything in this Ordinance, a person who fails to pay the amount of a civil penalty or to contest liability in a timely manner is entitled to a non-judicial administrative hearing on the violation if:

1.              The person files an affidavit with the hearings officer stating the date on which the person received the notice of violation that was mailed to the person; and

2.              Within the same period required for a hearing to be timely requested but measured from the date the mailed notice was received as stated in the affidavit, the person requests a non-judicial administrative hearing.

 

SECTION VIII.  APPEAL.

 

A person who is found liable after a non-judicial administrative hearing may appeal that finding of liability to the Municipal Court by filing a notice of appeal with the clerk of the Municipal Court. The notice of appeal must be filed, in writing, not later than the 31st day after the date on which the non-judicial administrative hearing officer enters the determination of liability and shall be accompanied by the payment of an appellate fee of Fifty Dollars and No Cents ($50.00).  Unless the person, on or before the filing of the notice of appeal, posts a bond in the amount of the civil penalty and any late fees, an appeal does not stay the enforcement of the civil penalty.  An appeal shall be determined by the Municipal Court trial de novo. The affidavits submitted under Section VII.F. shall be submitted to the municipal judge in the trial de novo, and the issues must be proved by a preponderance of the evidence.

 

SECTION IX. SEVERABILITY.

 

Should any part, sentence or phrase of this Ordinance be determined to be unlawful, void, or unenforceable, the validity of the remaining portions of this Ordinance shall not be adversely affected. No portion of this Ordinance shall fail or become inoperative by reason of the invalidity of any other part. All provisions of this Ordinance are severable.

 

SECTION X.  REPEALER.

 

All ordinances or parts of ordinances in force when the provisions of this Ordinance become effective which are inconsistent or in conflict with the terms and provisions contained in this Ordinance are hereby repealed only to the extent of such conflict.

 

SECTION XI.  EFFECTIVE DATE.

 

This Ordinance shall be and become effective immediately upon and after its passage and publication as may be required by governing law.

 

 

SECTION XII.  PROPER NOTICE AND MEETING.

 

It is hereby officially found and determined that the meeting at which this Ordinance was passed was open to the public and that public notice of the time, place, and purpose of said meeting was given as required by the Open Meetings Act, Chapter 551 of the Texas Government Code. 

 

 

Meeting History

Aug 1, 2017 6:00 PM  City Council Regular Meeting

Leon Valley Police Chief Joseph Salvaggio presented this evening's final item reminding all present that the City of Leon Valley City Council adopted the Photographic Traffic Enforcement System and approved entering into a contract with a vendor at the March 7, 2017, City Council Meeting. A contract with a vendor was subsequently signed by the City Manager. The purpose of this ordinance is to establish a Photographic Traffic Enforcement System Program in the City of Leon Valley, Bexar County, Texas. This ordinance provides for the creation of the program, preamble, purpose, applicability, and findings of the program. It defines words specific to the use of this program, and creates an offense for a motor vehicle to proceed into an intersection when the traffic control signal is emitting a steady red signal. The ordinance assigns administration of the system and program through the Leon Valley Police Department, establishes certain affirmative defenses, and sets fines and fees in accordance with applicable Texas laws. The ordinance provides for a non-judicial administrative hearing process to contest a violation, and the process to appeal to the City of Leon Valley Municipal Court. The language in this ordinance repeals conflicting ordinances, sets an effective date, and provides for proper notice and meeting as required by State law.

Chief Joseph Salvaggio said the Leon Valley City Manager, Fire Chief, and Chief of Police all recommend adopting the Photographic Traffic Enforcement System Program ordinance as written.

This was followed by a discussion.

Council Member Martinez questioned the locations previously identified by City Council of where these cameras would be placed. City Manager Kuenstler stated that the engineering study is not complete and that is what will make the final determination of camera locations. Chief Salvaggio did pass on the requested locations to the engineer so those locations are on the list. One of those locations is Bandera and Grissom.

Council Member Alcocer asked that paragraph “A” on page 139 be deleted and that the paragraph that was “D” but now would be “C” is amended to change “less accidents” to “fewer accidents”.

A motion was made by Council Member Monica Alcocer and seconded by Council Member Belinda Ealy to adopt the ordinance as amended.

RESULT:ADOPTED [UNANIMOUS]
MOVER:Monica Alcocer, Council Place 3
SECONDER:Belinda Ealy, Council Place 2
AYES:Benny Martinez, David Edwards, Belinda Ealy, Monica Alcocer, David Jordan

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