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0248 Beer Regulations 1984CITY OF CHUBBUCK, IDAHO ORDINANCE NO. 248 AN ORDINANCE AMENDING SECTION 13 OF CHUBBUCK CITY ORDINANCE NO. 62 TO ESTABLISH ADDITIONAL PROCEDURES FOR PROCESSING AND ACTING ON APPLICATIONS FOR BEER LICENSES, TRANSFERS OR RENEWALS: REPEALING ALL ORDINANCES IN CONFLICT HEREWITH: AND PROVIDING AN EFFECTIVE DATE. BE IT ORDAINED BY THE MAYOR AND COUNCIL OF THE CITY OF CHUBBUCK, IDAHO: SECTION 1. Amendment. That Section 13 of Chubbuck City Ordinance No. 62 be and the same is hereby amended to read as follows: 13. PERIOD FOR WHICH LICENSE IS ISSUED - PROCEDURES - INVESTIGATION. All licenses issued under the provisions of this Ordinance shall run from January 1 through December 31. All such licenses shall expire on December 31 of the year in which they shall be issued, notwithstanding the fact that such license may have been issued after January 1. A full year's license fee shall be collected after January 1st. The City Council shall grant or deny the application within 30-- days of the time it is filed with the City Clerk. Whenever the Mayor and City Council denies an application, they shall specify in writing: (a) The statutes, ordinances and standards used in evaluating the application; (b) The reason for the denial; and (c) The actions, if any, that the applicant could take to obtain the license, transfer or renewal thereof. In all cases where the City Council is considering the revocation, or suspension of a license or is considering applications for licenses, transfers, or renewals thereof, a transcribable verbatim record of the proceeding shall be made. If the license is revoked or suspended or the applfcation for a license, transfer or renewal is denied, a transcribable, verbatim record of the proceedings shall be kept for a period of not less than six (6) months after a final decision on the matter. Upon written request and CH %5 within the time period provided for retention of the record, any person may have the record transcribed at his expense. The City Council shall also provide for the keeping of the minutes of the proceedings. Minutes shall be retained indefinitely or as otherwise provided by law. No license shall be granted hereunder until there has been an investigation by the police department of all applicants hereunder. After investigation the application will be forwarded to the City Council with a recommendation from the Chief of Police. If the Chief of Police recommended that an application be denied he shall state in writing: (a) The statutes or ordinances and standards used in (b) (c) evaluating the application; The reason for the denial; and The actions, if any, that the applicant could take to obtain the license, transfer or renewal thereof. SECTION 2. Repeal of Conflicting Ordinances. Ail provisions of the ordinance hereby amended or of any other prior ordinance, which are in irreconcilable conflict with the provisions of this ordinance, are hereby repealed to the extent of such conflict. SECTION 3. Effective Date. The rule requiring ordinances to be read on three (3) separate occasions is hereby dispensed with, and this amendatory ordinance shall become effective upon its passage, approval and publication as provided by law. PASSED BY THE MAYOR AND COUNCIL OF THE CITY OF CHUBBUCK, IDAHO, this 24th day of Janua~.¥ /'-, 1984. MAY~ ~ ATTEST: CITY CLERK CH ~5 --2-- A.PP--~'~D IX 2Zo 22. 23. *~oroffo~ (~o~o~e~e) 24, *Dichlorobene~enes 26. 1,3-~orobe~e 27. 1, ~orobe~ ~e ~[c~orobe~d[na 28. 3,3~orob~e ~d 1,2-~oroe~hylane } *Di~croprop~e 32. 1, l-~orcprop~e 33. 1,3~oropropylene (1, 3-~oroprcpene) 37. ~ 1,2~pheny~y~e *~oa~ers (o~er ~ ~ose l~s=ed elsewhere) 43. bis (s-~orce~o~) me~e AP ? ~",'D I X A-2 ,/~,. 5'7. 60. *Ni~osa~/nes N-~o~o~h~yl~e N-~oso~-n-P=~PYl 65, ~o~ 66. bt~(2-~) ~-n-bu~l ~h~'aCa 71. ?2. ?3. 74. 76. 78. ?9. 80. 81. 82. ' 83. 85, 87. 88. APP--~D IX A-4 95. &-en~o sul f~n-Al~h& 97. endoaul f~n sulfa=a 100. h=p~or 101. ~p~or eh~a~or=~c!ohe~ne (all 102. t 105. 106. ~-1242 (~o~or 1242) 1~7. ~-1254 (~o~or 1254) 108. p~-l~T1 (~o~o= 1221) '109. ~-~2 (~lor 1222) 110. ~-1248 {~o~k~ or ~) 111. 114. 115. ~c 117. 119. *~c~ 121. 122. 123. 125. 1.?.6. 127. 128. . 1.29. SUPPL~dENTARY LIMITATIONS NO person shall discharge ~r cause to be discharged into the public sewerage system or into a natural outlet the following described prohibited substances: 1o POLLUTANTS WHICH CREATE A FIRE OR EXPLOSION HAZARD Any liquids, solids, or gases which by reason of their nature or quantity are, or may be sufficient either alone or by interaction with other substances to cause fire or explosion or be injurious in another way to the POTW or to the operation of the PO~{. At no time shall two successive readings on an explosion hazard meter, at the point of discharge into the system (or at any point in the system), be more than five percent (5%) nor any single reading over ten percent (10%) of the Lower Explosive Limit (LEL) of the meter. Prohibited materials include, but are not limited to, gasoline, kerosene, naphtha, benzene, toluene, xylene, ethers, alcohols, ketone, aldehydes, peroxides, chlorates, perchlorates, bromenes, carbides, hydrides, sulfides and any other substances which the City, the State, or the EPA has notified the user ~s a fire hazard or a hazard to the system. POLLUTANTS WH!CN CAUSE CORROSIVE STRUCTURAL DAMAGE Any soluble waste or wastes having a ~H lower than 5.0 or higher than 9.0 or having any other corrosive property which reasonably could be hazardous to structures, equipment, or personnel of the City, such as,'but not limited to, battery or plating acids and wastes, copper sulfate, chromium salts and compounds, or salt brine. SOLID OR VISCOU~ POLLUTANTS WHICH COULD CAUSE OBSTRUCTION oils, whether emulsified or not, in excess of one hundred (100) mg/1 or containing substances which may solidify or become viscous at temperatures between thirty-two degrees Fahrenheit (32°F) or zero degrees Centigrade (0"C) and on~ hundred fifty Fahrenheit (150°P) or sixty-five Centigrade (65°C). b. Any garbage that has not been properly shredded. The installation and operation of any garbage grinder equipped with a motor of three fourths (3/4) horse power (0.76 hp metric) or greater shall be subject to the review and approval of the Public Works Director. POLLUTANTS REL£~KED IN SUCN STRENGTH OR VOLUME AS TO CAUSE The following discharges are not permitted unless approved otherwise in writing by the approving authority. APPENDIX B-1 dm A standard five [5) day biochemical oxygen demand greater than four hundred (4001 milligrams per liter or two hundred (200) pounds in any one day. Wastes containing more than four hundred (400) milligrams per liter of suspended solids of two hundred (200) pounds in any one day. A flow of ten thousand (]0,000) gallons or more per average work day or a flow g~eater than five percent (5%) of the flow carried by the treatment facility receiving the waste. Chlorine demand of more than twenty (20) mg/1. Wastewater at a flow rate and/or' pollutant discharge rate which is excessive over relatively short time pe[iod so that there is a treatment process upset and subsequent loss of treatment efficiency. 5. HEAT IN AMOUNTS WHICH WILL INHIBIT BIOLOGICAL ACTIVITY AT THE TREAT~4ENT PLANT Any liquid or vapor ha~ing a temperature higher than 150°F (65"C) or having temperatures sufficient to cause the influent to the treatment plant to exceed 104°F (40"C). If, in the opinion of the Public Works Director, lower temperatures of such wastes could harm either the sewers, sewage treatment process, or equipment; have and adverse effect on the ~eceiving streams or otherwise endanger life, health, or property; or constitute a nuisance, the Public Works Director may prohibit such discharges. HEAVY METALS AND SIbIILAR TOXIC SUBSTANCES WHICH COULD UPSET TREATMENT PLANT OPERATION Any waters or wastes containing heavy metals and similar objectionable or toxic substances to such a degree that any such material received in the composite sewage at the point of discharge exceeds the limits as follows: Arsenic 0.5 mg/1 Cadmium 0.~ mg/1 Total Chromium 2.0 mg/1 Copper 2.0 mg/l Cyanide 1.0 mg/1 Lead 1.5 mg/l Mercury 0.05 mg/l Nickel 1.5 mg/l Silver 0.5 mg/1 Zinc 1.5 mg/l APPENDIX APPENDIX C NATIONAL CATEGORICAL PRETREATMENT STANDARDS The following national categorical pretreatment standards have been issued by the Environmental Protection Agency. Additions to the appendix will be made from time to time as further categorical pretreatment standards are finalized. 1. ELECTROPLATING PRETREATMENT STANDARDS e The categorical pretreatment standards for seven subcategories of the electroplating industry have been promulgated. These standards are listed in 40 CFR Part 413 published in the Federal Register on January 28, 1981. TIMBER PRODUCTS PROCESSING (WOOD PRESERVING PLANT) PRETREATMENT.STANDARDS- The categorical pretreatment standards for three subcategories of the timber products processing industry (wood preserving plants) have been promulgated. These standards are listed in 40 CFR Part 429 published in the Federal Register on January 26, 1981. 3. IRON AND STEEL MANUFACTURING PRETREA~4ENT STANDARDS The categorical pretreatment standards for twelve subcategories of the Iron and Steel Manufacturing Industry have been promulgated. These standards are listed in 40 CFR Part 420 published in the Federal Register on May 27, 1982. 4. INORGANIC CHEMlC~L ~ANUFACTURING PRETREATMENT STANDARDS The categorical pretreatment standards for twenty-four (24) subcategories of the Inorganic Chemicals Manufacturing Industry have been promulgated. These standards are listed in 40 CFR Part 415 published in the Federal Register on June 29, 1982. 5. TEXTILE MILL pRETREATMENT STANDARDS The categorical pretreatment standards for nine (9) subcategories of the Textile Mill industry have been promulgated. These standards are listed in 40 CFR Part 410 published in the Federal Register on September 2, 1982. 6. PETROLEUM REFINING PRETREATMENT STANDARDS The categorical pretreatment standards for five (5) subcategories of the Petroleum Refining industry have been promulgated. These standards are listed in 40 CFR 419 published in the Federal Register on October 18, 1982. APPENDIX C-1 7. ~ULP, PAPER~ and PAPERBOARD and the BUILDERS' PAPER and BOARD MILLS PRETREAllIENT STANDARD~ The categorical pretreatment standards for twenty-five (25) subcategories of the Pulp, Paper, and Paperboard and the Builders' Paper and Board Mills industry have been promulgated. These standards are listed in 40 CFR Parts 430 and 431 published in the Federal Register on November 18, 1982. 8. L_EATHER TANNING and FINISHING INDUSTRY PRETREATMENT STANDARD~ The categorical pretreatment standards for nine (9) subcategories of the Leather Tanning & Finishing industry have been promulgated. These standards are listed in 40 CFR Part 425 published in the Federal Register on Novembe~ 23, 1982. STEAM ELECTRIC POWER PLANT PRETREATMENT STANDARDS The categorical pretreatment standards for the Steam Electric Power Plant industry have been promulgated- These standards are listed in 40. CFR Parts 125 and 423 published in the Federal Register on - November 19, 1982. 10. PORCELAIN ENAMELING INDUSTRY PRETREATMENT STANDARDS The categorical pretreatment standards for four (4) subcategories of the Porcelain Enameling industry have been promulgated. These standards are listed in 40 CFR Part 466 published in the Federal Register on November 24, lg82. ll. COIL COATING INDUSTRY PRETREATMENT STANDARD% The categorical pretreatment standards for three (3) subcategories of the Coil Coating industry have been promulgated. These standards are listed in 40 CFR Part 465 published in the Federal Register on December l, lg82. APPENDIX C-2