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File #: RES 19-0031    Version: 1
Type: Resolution Status: Passed
File created: 6/12/2019 In control: City Council
On agenda: 7/2/2019 Final action: 7/2/2019
Title: #19-31 - Establishing Fees for Solid Waste Service and Repealing Resolution No. 16-09 Formerly Setting Fees
Attachments: 1. #19-31 Establishing Fees for Solid Waste Servie and Repealing Resolution No 16-09 Formerly Setting Fees
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#19-31 - Establishing Fees for Solid Waste Service and Repealing Resolution No. 16-09 Formerly Setting Fees

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SUBMITTED BY: Bart Hinkle, Chief of Police

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Administration recommends waiving solid waste service fees for disposal of debris from residential, non-commercial properties, under an active voluntary compliance agreement and for public awareness incentive programs associated with nuisance abatement.

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SUMMARY STATEMENT:
The City recently hired a Code Enforcement Officer, with an emphasis on Nuisance Abatement. Council also recently was presented with the Code Enforcement Implementation and Strategy Guide, which outlined a process and structure primarily focused on achieving nuisance code compliance through partnerships and voluntary measures as opposed to citations and fines. The most prevalent method thus far has been a Voluntary Compliance Agreement.
City Administration supports the waiver of solid waste service fees for disposal of debris from residential, non-commercial, properties under an active voluntary compliance agreement as a way to correct the identified city nuisance code violations.
The waiver of the fees would include: Construction debris roll-off box rental as well as the drop off, pick up, and tip fees for the roll-off box. Residents working under a voluntary compliance will not be charged for over 10 yards of construction/yard waste.
Council also recently was presented with the Code Enforcement Implementation and Strategy Guide, which outlined a process and structure primarily focused on achieving nuisance code compliance through partnerships and voluntary measures as opposed to citations and fines. Public information was also recognized as a critical component.
In recognition of this, the Code Enforcement Officer, accompanied by the ...

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