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Comments On Revisions To Water Shortage Plan Sought

Public Hearing Notice

Public Comments Sought on Revisions

To City of Reidsville’s Water Shortage Response Plan


The City of Reidsville is requesting public comment on the proposed revisions to the City’s Water Shortage Response Plan at the May 9, 2023 Reidsville City Council regular monthly meeting held in Council Chambers of Reidsville City Hall, 230 West Morehead Street, Reidsville, NC. The Council meeting is scheduled to start promptly at 6 p.m. with the public hearing on the proposed revisions to the City’s Water Shortage Response Plan to be held shortly thereafter as required by North Carolina General Statute 143-355(l). Citizens of Reidsville are encouraged to review the proposed changes at one of the following locations: City Hall – 230 W. Morehead Street, Public Works – 1100 Vance Street, or the Reidsville Library – 204 W. Morehead Street or on the City website, reidsvillenc.gov under City News. Any comments received by May 23, 2023 at City Hall or at bslaughter@reidsvillenc.gov will be recorded and reviewed prior to the final ordinance preparation. The revised ordinance will be presented to City Council for consideration at its next regular monthly meeting scheduled for Tuesday, June 13, 2023.


The proposed revisions can be found in the Ordinance Amendment to be considered:


AMENDING THE CITY OF REIDSVILLE CODE OF ORDINANCES


ANORDINANCE AMENDING

CHAPTER 10, MUNICIPAL UTILITIES AND SERVICES

SECTION 10-54 EMERGENCY WATER CONSERVATION AND RESTRICTION PLAN

OF THE CITY OF REIDSVILLE CODE OF ORDINANCES



BE IT ORDAINED by the City Council of the City of Reidsville, North Carolina, that the City of Reidsville Code of Ordinances be proposed to be amended as follows:


Part I. That Chapter 10, Section 10-54 (d)(2) & (6) and (h)(1) & (2) are hereby repealed and rewritten in their entirety as follows:


Section 10-54 (d) (2) Public notification shall be provided by employee email announcements, notices at municipal buildings, and on the city website. Requires water shortage response measures to be communicated for publication in RockinghamNow, public service announcements on local radio and cable stations, the city website, and CodeRED.


Section 10-54 (d) (6) In the event of a threat to the safety of the public water supply arising from an emergency condition in the system, the due process described in paragraphs (1)-(4) of this section may be waived. The city manager or their delegates are authorized and empowered to take whatever emergency actions necessary to safeguard the city's water supply system. The city manager will communicate to the mayor, council, and public the circumstances of the event. The city manager and/or designee will regularly apprise the aforementioned parties of the status of the event and when normal service is restored.


Section 10-54 (h) (1) Residential users. Any residential user who shall violate any provision of this chapter shall be subject to civil penalties. Civil penalties for a violation of stage IIA, IIB and III mandatory restrictions shall be as follows: a warning for the first offense; for stage IIA, a civil penalty in the amount of one hundred dollars ($100.00) for the second offense, a civil penalty in the amount of two hundred dollars ($200.00) for the third and successive offenses; for stage IIB, a civil penalty in the amount of one hundred-fifty dollars ($150.00) for the second offense, a civil penalty in the amount of three hundred dollars ($300.00) for the third and successive offenses; for stage III, a civil penalty in the amount of two hundred dollars ($200.00) for the second offense, a civil penalty in the amount of four hundred dollars ($400.00) for the third and successive offenses. In stages IV or V, there shall be no warnings given for violations by residential users of the mandatory restrictions of these stages and the penalties for stage VI shall be two hundred and fifty dollars ($250.00) for the first offense, five hundred dollars ($500.00) for the second offense and successive offenses; the penalties for stage V shall be three hundred and seventy-five dollars ($375.00) for the first offense, and seven hundred dollars ($700.00) for the second offense and successive offenses.


Section 10-54 (h) (2) Non-residential users. Any non-residential customer, who violates any provision of this chapter, shall be subject to a civil penalty except as provided in subsection (d) below. Civil penalties for a violation of any mandatory restriction of any stage of this chapter shall be as follows: for stage IIA, a civil penalty in the amount of two hundred and fifty dollars ($250.00) for the first offense, five hundred dollars ($500.00) for the second offense, and one thousand dollars ($1,000.00) for the third and successive offenses. For stage IIB, a civil penalty in the amount of three hundred dollars ($300.00) for the first offense, six hundred dollars ($600.00) for the second offense, and one thousand two hundred dollars ($1,200.00) for the third and successive offenses. For stage III, a civil penalty in the amount of four hundred dollars ($400.00) for the first offense, eight hundred dollars ($800.00) for the second offense, and one thousand six hundred dollars ($1,600.00) for the third and successive offenses. For stage VI, a civil penalty in the amount of five hundred dollars ($500.00) for the first offense, one thousand dollars ($1,000.00) for the second offense, and two thousand dollars ($2,000.00) for the third and successive offenses. For stage V, a civil penalty in the amount of six hundred dollars ($600.00) for the first offense, one thousand two hundred dollars ($1,200.00) for the second offense, and two thousand four hundred dollars ($2,400.00) for the third and successive offenses.


All other parts of Section 10-54 shall remain the same.


Part II. This Ordinance shall become effective upon its adoption by the City Council of the City of Reidsville, North Carolina.


ADOPTED this the 13th day of June, 2023, by the City Council of the City of Reidsville, North Carolina.



____________________________________

Donald L. Gorham, Mayor

ATTEST:


_______________________________

Angela G. Stadler, CMC/NCCMC

City Clerk



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