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This ordinance amends municipal zoning codes to create a special transit-oriented development (TOD) district. It expands on traditional TOD templates by creating a variety of place-types that may be applied to any municipally-approved TOD district. These place-types include Downtown TOD districts, Town Center TOD districts, Regional Center TOD districts, and Neighborhood TOD districts. Each district type includes specific urban design standards and features and establishes legislative infrastructure for future zoning policy-making.
This resolution calls for managers of public investments and public agencies to divest any fossil fuel accounts currently in the county's investment portfolio. Further, it prohibits any future managers of public accounts from investing in companies whose business profits from the manufacture or sale of fossil fuels and unsustainable energy.
This ordinance establishes a solid waste management fee to fund environmental health programs. This ordinance establishes payment methods, reporting requirements, and penalties for noncompliance with the ordinance.
The ordinance prohibits an employer from refusing to hire, terminating, or discriminating against any individual on the basis of race, national origin, sex and/or gender, including gender identity, religion, age and/or sexual orientation. The ordinance requires the City Council to appoint a member of the City Council as a complaint intake officer and establishes formatting and processing requirements for complaints. The ordinance requires a hearing if a violation is likely to have occurred and establishes hearing procedures. The ordinance establishes civil penalties for violations.