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Minutes of the regular Proctor City Council Meeting held September 3, 2013 in the Proctor
Area Community Center Council Chambers
Mayor Brenna called the meeting to order at 6:00pm. PLEDGE OF ALLEGIANCE
Councilors: Jake Benson, Travis White, Jim Schwarzbauer,
Jim Aird, Midway Township; Jim Rohweder, City
Administrator; Tim Peterson, Deputy Clerk; Tammie
APPROVAL OF MINUTES
Motion by McGovern, seconded by Schwarzbauer and carried: To approve the August 19, 2013
City Council Meeting minutes.
APPROVAL OF AGENDA
Schwarzbauer added 7J: Historical Society update
Motion by McGovern, seconded by White and carried: To approve the September 3, 2013 City
Council Agenda as amended.
APPROVAL OF CONSENT AGENDA
Motion by McGovern, seconded by Schwarzbauer, and carried: To approve the Consent Agenda *1. COMMUNICATIONS
2. PLANNING & ZONING DEPARTMENT MATTER
*3. CLERK ADVISES COUNCIL
Government Fund payroll period ended 08/25/13; Liquor Fund payroll period ended
Update of Great Northern Transmission Line and Invitation to Upcoming Open
*4. COMMITTEE REPORTS
Liquor Control Meeting Minutes of July 15, 2013
Planning & Zoning Meeting Minutes of July 22, 2013
5. COMMENTS AND SUGGESTIONS FROM CITIZENS PRESENT
Gene Halvorson wanted to ask some questions about services with the annexation of Midway
Township. City Councilors answered all of Halvorson’s questions. 6. UNFINISHED BUSINESS
Rohweder said that the budget reflects a deficit of about $45,000 (for a new squad car and money for the Fairgrounds).
McGovern said that the one thing that stands out is the omission of an SRO. He would rather put money aside in the event the school looks into that issue again.
Rohweder agreed with McGovern. Putting money aside makes sense. Benson said that he is also comfortable with that recommendation.
Request for using Mallet Restoration funds to purchase windows for Caboose (Schwarzbauer)
Schwarzbauer stated that he received an email from DM Auto Glass with an estimate for the Caboose. Glass and labor to glue it in is $1945; Glass and labor and gasket is $2245. DM Auto Glass dropped the labor cost as is it for a local landmark.
Also, he said that Glen Johnson will put in a dead bolt lock with four keys (Fire dept, City, Police, and museum) for approximately $75.
Schwarzbauer went on to praise the Proctor Street Department for their help moving the museum out of City Hall.
Rohweder stated that the city has the money set aside for this project.
Motion by McGovern, seconded by White and carried: To accept DM Auto Glass’ bid for $2245 (glass, labor with gasket) Arrowhead Paint and Lock Services for the repair of the Caboose in which the money used will be taken from the Mallet Restoration fund.
Develop Plan for Using 40 acres owned by the City in North Proctor for
Recreational Purposes –Referred to Parks & Rec committee (McGovern)
Status of annexation of Fair Board property and old dump site (Bray)
Extension of Urban Service Boundary by WLSSD –Letter from WLSSD (Rohweder)
Rohweder stated that the City added an addendum to the Comprehensive Plan, and submitted another request to WLSSD to extend the urban service boundary. WLSSD sent a letter back stating that they would prefer a complete version of a new Comprehensive Plan. They will not extend urban services until it is complete. Rohweder explained to the councilors that the Comprehensive Plan was scheduled to be updated in 2014.
Benson suggested that the City Administrator write a letter to WLSSD and inquire if this is a long standing practice and when did these requirements take effect.
Rohweder said that he will discuss with Attorney Bray.
Property on corner of Hwy 2 and 1st Street (Bray)
Long Range Planning for Fair Grounds – set up committee with members
Schwarzbauer indicated that he has not set up a meeting with Frank Siiro yet.
PAHA request to use City warming shack at the outdoor rinks at the Fair Grounds Referred to Parks & Recreation committee (McGovern)
Stop sign at 5th Street and 3rd Avenue (White)
White stated that there wasn’t a quorum at the Public Safety meeting where this item was to be discussed. Unofficially, he would recommend two stop sign with flashing LED lights, and also painting white stripes at the stopping area for motorists.
Brenna said that the county is responsible for the painting as it is a county road. The councilors agreed to proceed with LED flashing stop signs on 3rd Avenue.
Selection of Public Hearing date for Sales & Use Tax Exemption
Peterson indicated that a public hearing date needs to be established for the Truth in Taxation meeting wherein we would discuss the Sales & Use Tax Exemption.
Motion by White, seconded by Schwarzbauer and carried: To set a Public Hearing date of December 2, 2013 at 6:00pm for the Truth in Taxation Meeting.
Peterson suggested leaving the levy limit the same. Benson asked what the levy
amount is; Peterson replied $1,089,762 for general and debt services.
Motion by Schwarzbauer, seconded by McGovern (White opposed) and carried
(4-1): To accept the proposed City Levy as presented.
Second Reading and Adoption – Ordinance banning the sale, possession,
transfer, or manufacture of synthetic or alternative drugs
Rohweder reported that this has been published, and this will be the second
reading tonight. The Ordinance will be effective in 30 days.
White declared that he is opposing this ordinance for several reasons. He feels
that the best way to combat this is through education. He stated that prohibition
never worked. He feels that it is hypocritical for a city that makes a profit off
liquor store sales to propose this ordinance. White continued by reading a
prepared speech regarding the promotion of individual liberties.
McGovern stated that he defends the constitution everyday; he puts his uniform
on to protect the city. He stated he will do everything he can to protect the safety
White stated that his research indicates that 12 people have passed away due to
the synthetic drugs. He believes that some people use these products safely and
legally. He also doesn’t believe that this ordinance can stop all drug use –
education has been proven to be effective.
Brenna stated that he has to do something to protect his family and his city.
McGovern stated that there have been well over 12 deaths in the last six months
in Duluth alone. This ordinance is for these items used as hallucinogens, and this
going to try to control the problem. He agrees with drug education, as he taught
DARE in the schools. He also stated that currently the Duluth Police Department
is seeing one case each day of excited delirium which is a medical condition
Motion by McGovern, seconded by Brenna (White opposed) and carried (4-1): To
adopt the Ordinance banning the sale, possession, transfer, or manufacture of
Proposed Ordinance banning the sale, possession, transfer, or manufacture of synthetic or
CITY OF PROCTOR
Ordinance Section XXX-13
Sale, Possession, Transfer, Manufacture of Synthetic or Alternative Drugs
, new substances are being created which are being used for recreational purposes
and as an alternative to otherwise regulated controlled substances banned at the State and Federal
, many of these substances can be designed to produce a desired pharmacological
effect and have the potential for abuse similar to or greater than that of controlled substances;
, City authorities have encountered these substances in products being sold and
used in the City limits; and,
, the uncontrolled importation, manufacture, distribution, possession, and use of
these substances have a substantial and detrimental impact on the health and safety of the
residents and visitors of the City of Proctor; and,
, these substances can be created more rapidly than they can be identified and
controlled by action of the Federal and State Legislature; and,
, these substances are sold in many different forms including loose, leafy,
granular, powder, crystalline, tablet, and/or liquid forms; and,
, such products are known under many names in order to avoid detection and
identification, and are labeled as incense, herbal incense, herbal potpourri, psychoactive herbal
incense, herbal blends, bath salts, psychoactive bath salts, bath additives, synthetic marijuana,
synthetic drug, synthetic hallucinogens, and other names and purchased by consumers for the
purpose of ingestion notwithstanding any markings on the packaging to the contrary; and,
, such products may be as or more dangerous to humans than controlled
substances according to the Drug Enforcement Administration (DEA) due to the unapproved,
unknown, and ever-changing nature of the chemical compounds they contain; and,
, it is therefore the will of the Proctor City Council to provide for a prohibition on
the sale, possession, transfer, manufacture, and use of these substances as defined by these
ordinances and to provide for the enforcement thereof and in the best interest of the public’s
health, safety, and general welfare. Prohibitions
Sale, Possession, Transfer, Manufacture of Synthetic or Alternative Drugs
1. A person is guilty of a violation of this ordinance if they sell, possess, transfer, or manufacture
any substance or product containing any quantity of synthetic or alternative drug as defined
under this ordinance.
2. All substances made unlawful by this ordinance shall constitute contraband, subject to
immediate seizure by law enforcement and shall be destroyed upon a conviction for a violation
of this ordinance.
3. The substances defined in this ordinance shall not include medications or substances for which
the possessing party holds a valid prescription or beer, wine, or intoxicating liquors as defined by
local, State, and Federal laws.
4. Products commercially available and sold which have common, proven, and lawful uses under
local, State, and Federal law shall not be deemed unlawful by this ordinance. Such examples are
prescription and over the counter medications, health supplements where the ingredients are
listed on the packaging, food and drink products, etc.
5. In addition to the definitions provided in this ordinance, the following additional factors shall
be considered in making the determination if a substance is unlawful under this ordinance:
A. Scope of legitimate uses of the product.
B. Physical and testimonial evidence provided by officers and prosecutors regarding
known uses of the product.
C. Statements made by persons selling, possessing, and using the product.
D. Availability of the product to include types and number of area businesses selling
E. The ratio of the price of the product compared to the quantity sold.
F. The proximity of the product in relation to devices used to ingest or consume
controlled substances. Definitions
: to offer for sale, to advertise for sale, to sell, to distribute, to furnish, to
transfer, to barter, or to exchange to any person or entity with or without an exchange of
compensation or service.
: to possess on one’s own person or possession by a person exercising dominion or
control over the immediate area where contraband is found whether in a vehicle, vessel,
container, dwelling, building, or other structure, whether upon public or private property.
: to complete, blend, formulate, package, repackage, or develop by any means
any substance made unlawful by this ordinance.
4. Synthetic / Alternative Drug
A. Any of the following:
1. Any substance containing a synthetic cannabinoid, stimulant, psychedelic,
depressant, or hallucinogenic; or,
2. Salvia Divinorum or any substance known by this name or any version of this
3. Substances described as herbal blends, botanical blends, botanical sachet, herbal
sachet, herbal potpourri, herbal incense, spice, salts, or any blend or combination
of these, regardless of it the substance is marketed as “not for human
consumption” which if ingested causes intoxication, euphoria, giddiness, paralysis,
irrational behavior, or in any manner changes, distorts, or disturbs the auditory,
visual, or mental process; or,
4. Any substance defined in subsequent portions of this ordinance; or,
5. Any substance which has a stimulant, depressant, psychedelic, psychotropic, or
hallucinogenic effect on the body that is substantially similar to or greater than that
of any controlled substance or unlawful drug; or,
6. Any substance marked or packaged under any name listed in Appendix A of this
5. Synthetic Stimulant
A. A product that contains a synthetic chemical compound that elicits psychoactive or
psychotropic stimulant effects, especially where those products are in a powder, crystal, or granular form, including but not limited to the following:
1. 3,4-Methylenedioxymethcathinone (Methylone) 2. 3,4-Methyenedioxypyrovalerone (MDPV) 3. 4-Methylmethcathinone (Mephedrone) 4. 4-Methoxymethcathinone (Methedrone) 5. 4-Fluoromethcathinone (Flephedrone) 6. 3-Fluoromethcathinone (3-FMC) 7. Naphthylpyrovalerone
8. 2-amino-1-phenyl-1-propanone (Cathinone)
B. Synthetic Stimulants, despite their labeling, are commonly identified by being
sold in small packets, tubs, and vials, packaged under various retail names, often
identified as bath salts, plant food, fertilizer, insect repellant, etc, and are usually
powder or granular in form, sold without a listing of ingredients, and sold with
disclaimers warning against ingestion and stating they are free of controlled
substances. By virtue of this ordinance, such products are unlawful.
C. Synthetic Stimulants, often referred to as “Bath Salts” are commonly marketed
under various commercial trade names, which change often, and contain a
common disclaimer that the products are “not safe for human consumption”,
“novelty item”, or similar disclaimer. Refer to Appendix A for a listing of
commercial names commonly used to advertise and portray these substances.
D. Synthetic Stimulants, as defined in this ordinance, shall exclude normal, typical
bath salts and bath additives which do not contain synthetic chemical compounds
listed herein that elicit psychoactive or psychotropic stimulant effects. Standard
bath salts primarily contain magnesium sulfate (Epsom salts), sodium chloride
(table salt), sodium bicarbonate (baking soda), sodium hexametaphosphate
(Calgon), amorphous/glassy sodium metaphosphate, sodium sesquicarbonate, and borax.
6. Synthetic Marijuana / Synthetic Cannabanoids / Herbal Smoking Product
A. A natural or man-made substance that elicits psychoactive or psychotropic euphoric effects, or, a natural or man-made compound that functions similar to the active ingredient in Marijuana (tetrachydrocannabinol “THC”) including, but not limited to any quantity of a synthetic material, compound, mixture, preparation, substance, and their analogs (including isomers, esters, ethers, salts, and salts of isomers) containing a cannabinoid receptor agonist, regardless of whether the substance is marketed for the purpose of being consumed, including any of the following:
1. 2-(3-hydroxycyclohexyl)phenol with substitution at the 5-position of the phenolic ring by alkyl or alkenyl, whether or not substituted on the cyclohexyl ring to any extent
2. 3-(1-naphthoyl)indole or 3-(1-naphthylmethane)indole by substitution at the nitrogen atom of the indole ring, whether or not further substituted on the indole ring to any extent, whether or not substituted on the naphthoyl or naphthyl ring to any extent. 3. 3-(1-naphthoyl)pyrrole by substitution at the nitrogen atom of the pyrrole ring, whether or not further substituted in the pyrrole ring to any extent, whether or not substituted on the naphthoyl ring to any extent. 4. 1-(1-naphthylmethylene)indene by substitution of the 3-position of the indene
ring, whether or not further substituted in the indene ring to any extent,
whether or not substituted on the naphthyl ring to any extent
5. 3-phenylacetylindole or 3-benzoylindole by substitution at the nitrogen atom
of the indole ring, whether or not further substituted in the indole ring to any
extent, whether or not substituted on the phenyl ring to any extent
6. 5-(1,1-dimethylheptyl)-2-[(1R,3S)-3-hydroxycyclohexyl]-phenol (CP-47,497)
(cannabicyclohexanol or CP-47,497 C8-homolog)
8. 1-pentyl-3-(1-naphthoyl)indole (JWH-018 and AM678)
9. 1-butyl-3-(1-naphthoyl)indole (JWH-073)
10. 1-hexyl-3-(1-naphthoyl)indole (JWH-019)
11. 1-[2-(4-morpholinyl)ethyl]-3-(1-naphthoyl)indole (JWH-200)
12. 1-pentyl-3-(2-methoxyphenylacetyl)indole (JWH-250)
13. 1-pentyl-3-[1-(4-methoxynaphthoyl)]indole (JWH-081)
14. 1-pentyl-3-(4-methyl-1-naphthoyl)indole (JWH-122)
15. 1-pentyl-3-(4-chloro-1-naphthoyl)indole (JWH-398)
16. 1-(5-fluoropentyl)-3-(1-naphthoyl)indole (AM2201)
17. 1-(5-fluoropentyl)-3-(2-iodobenzoyl)indole (AM694)
18. 1-pentyl-3-[(4-methoxy)-benzoyl]indole (SR-19 and RCS-4)
19. 1-cyclohexylethyl-3-(2-methoxyphenylacetyl)indole (SR-18 and RCS-8)
20. 1-pentyl-3-(2-chlorophenylacetyl)indole (JWH-203)
B. Herbal Smoking Products, despite their labeling, are commonly identified by
being sold in small packets containing natural or man-made substances, packaged
under various retail names, identified as herbal potpourri, herbal sachet, herbal
aromatherapy, etc, sold without a listing of ingredients, and sold with disclaimers
warning against ingestion and stating they are free of controlled substances. By
virtue of this ordinance, such products are unlawful.
C. Synthetic Marijuana / Synthetic Cannabanoids / Herbal Smoking Product are
commonly marketed under various commercial trade names, which change often,
and contain a common disclaimer that the products are “not safe for human
consumption”, “novelty item”, or similar disclaimer. Refer to Appendix A for a
listing of commercial names commonly used to advertise and portray these
D. Synthetic Marijuana / Synthetic Cannabanoids / Herbal Smoking Product shall
exclude typical, standard incense and potpourri that is sold as incense sticks, oils,
or cones that is commonly used for their aromatic qualities and do not contain any
synthetic chemical compounds, do not provide a prohibition against ingestion, and
do not elicit psychoactive or psychotropic euphoric effects.
7. Synthetic Psychedelics / Hallucinogens means
A. A substance that mimics the effects of any Federally or State controlled substance,
including but not limited to, any natural or man-made substance, compound,
mixture, preparation, or is laced with a synthetic chemical compound that elicits a
psychedelic/hallucinogenic effect including but not limited to the following:
1. 2-(2,5-Dimethoxy-4-ethylphenyl)ethanamine (2C-E)
2. 2-(2,5-Dimethoxy-4-methylphenyl)ethanamine (2C-D)
3. 2-(4-Chloro-2,5-dimethoxyphenyl)ethanamine (2C-C)
4. 2-(4-Iodo-2,5-dimethoxyphenyl)ethanamine (2C-I)
5. 2-[4-(Ethylthio)-2,5-dimethoxyphenyl]ethanamine (2C-T-2)
6. 2-[4-(Isopropylthio)-2,5-dimethoxyphenyl]ethanamine (2C-T-4)
7. 2-(2,5-Dimethoxyphenyl)ethanamine (2C-H)
8. 2-(2,5-Dimethoxy-4-nitro-phenyl)ethanamine (2C-N)
9. 2-(2,5-Dimethoxy-4-(n)-propylphenyl)ethanamine (2C-P)
B. Synthetic Psychedelics / Hallucinogens, despite their labeling, are commonly
identified by being sold in small packets, tubs, or vials and are often in tablet,
capsule, and liquid form and packaged under various retail names, sold without a
listing of ingredients, and often sold with disclaimers warning against ingestion
and stating they are free of controlled substances. By virtue of this ordinance,
such products are unlawful.
C. Synthetic Psychedelics / Hallucinogens are commonly marketed under various
commercial trade names, which change often, and contain a common disclaimer
that the products are “not safe for human consumption”, “novelty item”, or similar
disclaimer. They may also be marked in a consumable pill form under various
names. Refer to Appendix A for a listing of commercial names commonly used to
advertise and portray these substances.
8. Salvia Divinorum / Salvinorum means all parts of the plant presently classified
botanically as salvia divinorum whether growing or not, the seeds thereof, any
extract from any part of the plant, and every compound, manufacture, salts,
derivative, mixture, or preparation of such plant, its seeds, or extracts. Enforcement and Civil Penalty:
whereas the City of Proctor deems synthetic and alternative
drugs dangerous and detrimental to the citizens, guests and fabric of the community of Proctor,
It bans the sale, possession, transfer and or manufacturing of synthetic drugs or alternative drugs.
A civil penalty of each offense will be $100 for the first offense; $300 ; second offense;
$500 third offense; $800 for forth and every offense thereafter $1000 Severability
If any clause, sentence, paragraph, subdivision, section, or part of this law or the application
thereof to any person, individual, corporation, firm, partnership, entity or circumstance shall be
adjudged by any court of competent jurisdiction to be invalid or unconstitutional, such order or
judgment shall not affect, impair, or invalidate the remainder thereof but shall be confined in its
operation to the clause, sentence, paragraph, subdivision, section or part of this law, or in its
application to the person, individual, corporation, firm, partnership, entity, or circumstance
directly involved in the controversy in which such order or judgment shall be rendered. Appendix A
Substances described in this ordinance and distributed under the commercial/retail names
contained in this Appendix shall be deemed to be unlawful and a synthetic drug, especially if
they are packaged in a manner that indicates the product is “not for human consumption” or if it
fails to disclose the products ingredients. Products commercially sold under similar or like names
which have common, proven and lawful uses and which list their ingredients and directions for
use shall not be deemed unlawful under this ordinance.
#- 8-BALL, 251, 2C-1 A-
AFGAN BLACK, AM-HI-CO (ALL TYPES), APHRODISIA, ATOMIC BOMB, AZTEC
GOLD, AZTEC MIDNIGHT WIND TEZCATLIPOCA B-
BACK DRAFT, BAD 2 THE BONE, BANANA CREAM NUKE, BATH SALT, BAYOU
BLASTER, BIGDADDY, BLACK DIAMOND, BLACK MAGIC SALVIA, BLACK MAMBA,
BLISS (ALL TYPES), BLIZZARD, BLUE SILK, BLUEBERRY HAYZE, BLUEBERRY
HAZE, BOMBAY BLUE, BONZAI, BROMO-DRAGONFLY, BUZZ C-
C3, C4, C4 HERBAL INCENSE, CANEFF, CHARGE PLUS, CHERRY BOMB, CHILL X,
CHRONIC SPICE, CILL OUT, CITRUS, CLOUD 9, COLORADO CHRONIC D-
DA BLOCK, DARK NIGHT II, DEMON, DEVIL EYE, DEX, DIAMOND SPIRIT,
DOVES, DRAGON SPICE, D-RAIL, DREAM, DYNATMITE N-R-G E-
EARTHQUAKE, ERUPTION SPICE, EUPHORIA, EXOTIC ULTRA, EXSES, EX-SES
PLATINUM (ALL TYPES), EX-SES GOLD PLUS, EXTREME SPICE F-
FAKE WEED, FERTILIZER, FIRE BIRD ULTIMATE STRENGTH CINNAMON,
FOREST HUMUS, FREEDOM, FULLY LOADED, FUNKY MONKEY XXXX
G FOUR, G GREENIES CARAMEL CRUNCH, GENIE (ALL TYPES), GLASS
CLEANER, GENIE, GOLD SPIRIT SPICE, GREEN MONKEY CHRONIC SALVIA,
GREENIES STRAWBERRY, GROW H-
HEAD RUSH ULTRA, HEAVEN IMPROVED, HEAVENSCENT SUAVE, HERBAL
ECSTASY, HIOCTANE, HUMBOLDT GOLD, HURRICANE, HUSH, HYPER X ULTRA I-
ICE BUD, IVORY (ALL TYPES) J-
JAMAICAN GOLD, JOKER K-
K ROYAL, K1 (ALL TYPES), K2 (ALL TYPES), K3 (ALL TYPES), K4 (ALL TYPES),
KIND SPICE, KW ORISHA MAX, KUSH L-
LEGAL EAGLE (ALL TYPES), LEGAL PHUNK, LOVE POTION 69, LEGAL (ALL
TYPES), LEGAN ECSTASY, LEGAL METH, LOVE STRAWBERRY, LUNAR DIAMOND,
LUNAR WAVE M-
MAGIC DRAGON PLATINUM, MAGIC GOLD, MAGIC SILVER, MAGIC SPICE,
MAYA BLUE, MEGA BOMB, MELLOMAN, MELLOW MADNESS 1A,
METHOXETAMINE, MID-ATLANTIC EXEMPLAR (ALL TYPES), MIDNIGHT CHILL,
MIND BLISS, MNGB ALMOND/VANILLA, MNGB (ALL TYPES), MOE JOE FIRE, MOJO
(ALL TYPES), MR. SMILEY’S, MTN-787, MYSTERY N-
NATURAL ECSTASY, NATURAL LSD, NAUGHTY NIGHTS, NEUTRONIUM, NEW
IMPROVED K3 (ALL TYPES), NEW K3 (ALL TYPES), NEW-KRON BOMB, NITRO,
NUMBER ONE CHOICE (ALL TYPES) O-
OCEAN BLUE, OCEAN BURST (ALL TYPES) P-
P.E.P. POTPOURRI (ALL TYPES), PARADISE, PINK LOTUS, PINK TIGER, PIXIE
DUST, PLANT FOOD, POSH, POTPOURRI (ALL TYPES), POW, PULSE, PUMP IT
POWDER, PURE IVORY, PURPLE WAVE Q-
RADIOACTIVE, RASTA CITRUS SPICE, REBEL SPICE, RECHARGE (ALL TYPES),
RED, RED BIRD, RED DOVE, RED DOVES S-
S1. SWERVE, SAMURAI SPIRIT, SATIVAH, SCARFACE, SCOPE (ALL TYPES),
SENCE, SERENITY (ALL TYPES), SEX INTENSE, SEXTACY (ALL TYPES),
SHAMANTRANCE, SHANTI SPICE (ALL TYPES), SILENT BLACK,
SKINK, SMOKE, SMOKE PLUS,SNOW LEOPARD, SOLAR STAR GOLD, SPACE (ALL
TYPES), SPACETRIPS, SPEED FREAK, SPICE (ALL TYPES), SPICERY (ALL TYPES),
SPICEY XXX (ALL TYPES), SPICYLICIOUS, SPICE
99 (ALL TYPES), SPIKE 99 (ALL TYPES), SPIKE (ALL TYPES), STARDUST, STARRY
NIGHT, STINGER, SUMMER SKYY, SUPER KUSH, SUPER SUMMIT, SWAGGER
GRAPE, SYN (ALL TYPES) T-
TEXAS GOLD, TIME WARP, TNT, TRIBAL WARRIOR (ALL TYPES),
ULTRA CLOUD 10, UNKNOWN CIGARETTE, UTOPIA (ALL TYPES) V-
V8, VANILLA SKY, VOO DOO (ALL TYPES) W-
WHITE (ALL TYPES), WHO DAT (ALL TYPES), WICKED X, WILD OPIUM,
WINDER BOOST, WINDOW CLEANER, WOOD STOCK X-
XTC, X-TRACY ULTRA Y-
YUCANTAN FIRE, YUCATAN FIRE Z-
ZOMBIE WORLD, ZOOM
CITY OF PROCTOR
David Brenna James Rohweder
Mayor City Administrator
I, James Rohweder the undersigned City Administrator of the City of Proctor hereby certify that
the above resolution for Ordinance duly passed, adopted and approved by the Proctor City
Council on September 3, 2013.
_________________________ Date: _____________________
James Rohweder, City Administrator
Rohweder said that this ordinance has been updated and some additional fines
Motion by McGovern, seconded by Benson and carried: To accept the City
Administrator’s recommendation and changes to the Parking Ordinance
Approval of Revised List of Administrative Offenses and Penalties
Motion by Benson, seconded by McGovern (White opposed) and carried (4-1):
To approve the Revised List of Administrative Offenses and Penalties
PUC Recommendation of bid for 1st Avenue Water Main
Rohweder discussed SEH’s recommendations regarding the bids for the project. Public Utility Commission has approved the low bidder for the project and is making the same recommendation to the Council.
Benson asked how many parcels will be affected, and Rohweder stated about 10 to 12. Rohweder said that this water main will complete a loop which is better for our water system.
McGovern asked if this was being paid by the PUC fund, Rohweder confirmed.
Motion by Brenna, seconded by McGovern (White opposed) and carried (4-1):
To accept Ellison Drainage’s bid for the 1st Avenue Water Main project.
SEH proposal for sign inventory and updating hydrants and water valves
Rohweder stated that the City has to update signs according to a Retro Reflectivity Law. The first step is to have an inventory which the City Engineer would do. He will have GPS coordinates of each sign. The cost will be $5600.
PUC also asked for GPS coordinates for the water valves and hydrants. If the two are done together, it will be less expensive.
Motion by McGovern, seconded by Brenna and carried: To accept the SEH proposal for sign inventory and updating hydrants and water valves.
White stated that this topic was also brought to the Public Safety meeting, however there was not a quorum. Unofficially, they would agree with the Milk House about needing a new curb cut. This would prevent the semi trucks from backing onto the highway. The owner would be paying for the work to be done.
Motion by Schwarzbauer, seconded by White, and carried: To agree with the request for a Curb Cutout at the Milk House as presented.
Speed Study –Kirkus Street (Eastbound toward Boundary)
Rohweder reviewed the additional speed study that Chief Wobig did for the Eastbound traffic on Kirkus Street. The study showed that 30mph is an adequate speed for Kirkus Street.
Schwarzbauer appreciates the Street Department moving the heavy items lately. They are very close to having the entire room cleaned out, they should finish tomorrow.
8. LABOR AND NEGOTIATIONS ISSUES
Rohweder stated that the hearings start next Monday, September 9, 2013.
Rohweder said that Carol Lind, Manager of the Utilities department, wanted to notify the council
that they have had meetings with Minnesota Power regarding the frequent outages in the City.
They have agreed on a project with phases to work out the power outages. Minnesota Power will
pay for ½ of the costs, and PUC will pay for the other ½.
Schwarzbauer asked if anyone has heard about the new location of the Whole Foods Co-op.
White said that he knows that Whole Foods is looking for a city that has a local community
garden and also sets up a local food market. Schwarzbauer will talk to a local family to
determine if they would be willing to assist in these requirements.
BILLS FOR APPROVAL
The General Fund Bills total $118,762.27 and the Liquor Fund bills total $36,827.09. Motion by
Benson, seconded by McGovern and carried: To approve the current General Funds and Liquor
Funds bill lists. Roll call vote: Schwarzbauer – yes; Benson – yes; White – yes; Mayor Brenna –
yes; McGovern – yes. ADJOURNMENT
Motion by White, seconded by Schwarzbauer and carried: To adjourn the City Council meeting
• Of the 30 years of added life expectancy Americans have enjoyed since 1990, only 5 years were added by advances in clinical medicine• Most of the gains in life expectancy were the result of public health interventions such as improvements in water quality, sanitation, and food safety and in the development of a broad array of vaccines (Bartecchi)To develop immunity you either suffer the
FINALIZARON CON GRAN ÉXITO LOS ACTOS ORGANIZADOS EN JAEN POR LA REAL ACADEMIA DE CIENCIAS VETERINARIAS DE ANDALUCIA ORIENTAL CON OCASIÓN DEL BICENTENARIO DEL NACIMIENTO DE CHARLES DARWIN. El pasado día 22 de Octubre y con una interesante conferencia, bajo el título “ El segundo centenario de Darwin en las Academias de Andalucía “ a cargo del Prof.Dr. Ernesto Fernández Sanmartín