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Adopted Urgency Ordinance 2048

Post Date:01/22/2020

 

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 PUBLIC NOTICE

SUMMARY OF ADOPTED URGENCY ORDINANCE 2048

 

            NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that at its meeting held on January 14, 2020, the Glendora City Council adopted Urgency Ordinance 2048, entitled: “AN URGENCY ORDINANCE OF THE CITY COUNCIL OF THE CITY OF GLENDORA, CALIFORNIA, AMENDING SECTIONS 14.12.030, 14.12.050, 14.20.020, 14.20.030, AND 14.20.180 OF THE GLENDORA MUNICIPAL CODE.”

The ordinance enacts the following regulations and policies: 

On September 28, 2018, Governor Brown signed Senate Bill 998 (the “Bill” or “SB 998”), entitled “Discontinuation of Residential Water Service: Urban and Community Water Systems,” first introduced by Senator Bill Dodd, of the Third Senate District which encompasses the northern San Francisco Bay Area and Delta region. The Bill enacts the Water Shutoff Protection Act. SB 998 provides additional procedural protections before residential water service can be discontinued which is intended to minimize the number of Californians who lose access to water service due to their inability to pay. These protections apply to water service provided by an “urban and community water system,” a “public water system,” and an “urban water supplier” as those terms are defined. The City is subject to SB 998. The purpose of these sections are to authorize the City to discontinue water service for non-payment and set the reconnection fees.

Said ordinance becomes effective upon approval  

The foregoing Urgency Ordinance was duly approved and adopted at a regular meeting of the City Council on the 14th day of January, 2020 by the following vote:

 

AYES:            COUNCIL MEMBERS:        Boyer, Davis, Thompson, Allawos, and Nelson.

NOES:            COUNCIL MEMBERS:        None.

ABSENT:       COUNCIL MEMBERS:        None.

ABSTAIN:     COUNCIL MEMBERS:         None.

 

Kathleen R. Sessman, MMC

City Clerk

 

Published in San Gabriel Valley Examiner: January 23, 2020

 

A full text copy of the urgency ordinance may be reviewed in the Office of the City Clerk of the City of Glendora at Glendora City Hall, 116 E. Foothill Boulevard, California, or by clicking here