(a) annually supply the city with the number of single-use carryout bags givento customers nd collected rom customers or recycling;(b) print the name of the business n all single-use arryout bags;(c) sell reusable arryout bags at cost;(d) train staff on bag reduction strategies;(e) collect single-use arryout bags rom the parking ots;(0 participate in education programs and neighborhood clean-up programs fthe business remises s greater han 30,000 square eet; and(g) provide recycling bins f the business remises s over 6,000 square eet.(3) Establishes equirements, uch as materials and durability, for reusable carryoutbags.(4) Requires businesses o erect signs o explain
he program o customers.Although there is only one ordinance ncluded with the posted agenda, he posting and agendasubject matter s broadly worded o allow you to consider all three ordinances t your March 16thCouncil hearins.
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WARREN M. S. ERNSTCity AttorneyAttachments 4)Ordinance posted with the agenda nformation sheet "fee")First alternative ordinance ("ban")Second alternative ordinance "responsible etailer")Resolutionc: A.C. Gonzalez, City ManagerJill Jordan, Assistant City ManagerFrank Camp, Director, Office of Environmental QualityChris Bowers, First Assistant City AttorneyIleana Fernandez, Assistant City AttorneyCasey Burgess, Assistant City AttorneyJohn Rogers, Assistant City AttorneyJames McGuire. Assistant City Attorney
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