FEE SCHEDULE
   There is hereby established as the charge for certain services provided by the city and the Public Works Authority and for the city the following fees.
 
ADULT RECREATION CENTER FEES
License application fee (non-refundable)
$25 each person named in the application
Application for a permit (non-refundable)
$20
Annual license fee
$50
Recreation center operator permit annual fee
$10
License and permit shall expire December 31 each year
 
 
ALCOHOLIC BEVERAGE FEES  (See also BEER GARDEN)
Package store/liquor carry-out
$600
   Definition:  a retail alcoholic beverage store
Mixed beverage
$600
   Definition:  includes taverns, saloons, and bars where intoxicating alcoholic beverages are sold for on-site consumption and controlled by the State Alcoholic Beverage Control Board
Winemaker
$625
   Definition:  any person who produces wine.
State winemaker
$75
   Definition:  a business premises in the state licensed pursuant to the state Alcoholic Beverage Control Act wherein wine is produced by the licensee who must be a resident of the state.  The wine product fermented in said licensed premises shall be of grapes, berries, and other fruits and vegetables imported into this state and processed herein or shall be of grapes, berries, and other fruits and vegetables grown in the state.
Private clubs
   Definition:  any person, firm, corporation, or association that furnishes for the use of its patrons any premises or place where such patrons may engage in the consumption of alcoholic beverages either for a fee or for any other considerations, including the sale of food, mixers, ice, or any other fluids for use or consumption with alcoholic beverage or wherein the space for storage of alcoholic beverage is furnished.
      Class A
$100
         Definition:  private clubs maintained, supported, and controlled by nationally recognized lodges, fraternal societies, or veterans’ organizations for their members only.
      Class B
$600
         Definition:  restaurants open to the general public but maintaining a private room opening into the restaurant, which private room is used as a private club.  No food may be served in the private room nor dancing permitted in the private room or in the adjacent restaurant.
      Class C
$600
         Definition:  any other private clubs as defined other than Class A, B, or D.
      Class D
$1,200
         Definition: applicable only to hotel or motel having 60 or more guest rooms.
 
 
AMBULANCE RATES
Bill Name
Cost
ALS Emergency mileage
$15.00
ALS Non-emergency mileage
$15.00
ALS Supplies - Airway Management
$94.00
ALS Supplies - Autopulse
$472.10
ALS Supplies - Capnography
$156.00
ALS Supplies - Defibrillation
$210
ALS Supplies - EKG pads
$36.75
ALS Supplies - External Pacing
$210.00
ALS Supplies - Intubation
$100.00
ALS Supplies - IO Infusion
$262.25
ALS Supplies - IV therapy
$258.00
ALS Supplies - Mast trousers
$42.00
ALS Supplies - Needle Thoracostomy
$31.50
ALS Supplies - NG Tube
$88.00
ALS Supplies - Routine disposable
$52.50
ALS Supplies - Surgical Airway
$314.75
ALS1 Emergency base rate
$855.00
ALS 1 Non-emergency base rate
$855.00
ALS 2 Emergency base rate
$900.00
ALS 2 Non-emergency base rate
$900.00
Ambulance wait time (30 minutes)
$31.47
BLS Emergency base rate
$787.00
BLS Emergency mileage
$15.00
BLS Non-emergency base rate
$787.00
BLS Non-emergency mileage
$787.00
BLS Supplies - Defibrillation (AED)
$42.00
BLS Non-emergency mileage
$15.00
BLS Supplies - Blood pressure cuff (disposable)
$50.00
BLS Supplies - King airway
$201.00
BLS Supplies - Morgan lens
$85.00
BLS Supplies - Rapid hemostatic dressing (QuickClot)
$48.00
BLS Supplies - Routine disposable
$52.50
BLS Supplies - Scoop stretcher
$35.00
BLS Supplies - Stair chair
$55.00
Blood glucose test
$45.64
CO monitoring
$94.00
Dispatch fee
$94.00
Disposable linen kit
$0.00
Drug - Activated charcoal 20cc PO
$12.50
Drug - Adenosine 6mg
$66.62
Drug - Albuterol (.83%) 3ml
$19.83
Drug - Albuterol/Ipratropium
$36.00
Drug - Amiodaron HCL 150mg/3ml
$335.71
Drug - Amiodaron 150mg
$4.89
Drug - Aspirin Chewable 81mg
$2.10
Drug - Atropine Sulfate 0.3mg
$14.69
Drug - Calcium Chloride 10mg
$14.29
Drug - Calcium Gluconate 10ml
$28.89
Drug - Dextrose 25% (025)
$29.50
Drug - Dextrose 50% (050)
$29.50
Drug - Diazepam 5mg
$26.23
Drug - Diltiazem 5mg
$7.49
Drug - Diphenhydramine 50mg
$9.44
Drug - Dopamine 400mg/250cc bag of D5W
$22.03
Drug - Epinephrine 1mg/10ml IV
$9.32
Drug - Epinephrine 1mg/cc IM
$4.34
Drug - Epinephrine Pen 1 dose
$60.00
Drug - Etomidate 20mg/vial
$33.57
Drug - Fentanyl 50mcg
$4.29
Drug - Glucagon 1mg
$210.00
Drug - Hydromorphone 4mg
$64.00
Drug - Ibuprofen for Children 4oz
$2.25
Drug - Keterolac 15mg
$48.00
Drug - Lidocaine 2% 100mg
$26.23
Drug - Lidocaine Drip 1mg/25ml
$52.50
Drug - Magnesium Sulfate per 500mg
$22.03
Drug - Midazolam HCL 1mg
$41.96
Drug - Morphine Sulfate per 500mg
$58.75
Drug - Naloxone 1mg IV
$12.65
Drug - Naloxone 2mg IV/IOP/IN
$56.99
Drug - Neosynephrine Drops 15ml
$7.05
Drug - Nitroglycerine Spray 0.4mg
$6.99
Drug - Norcuron 10mg
$94.42
Drug - Ondansetron 1mg
$55.00
Drug - Oral Glucose Gel
$6.29
Drug - Rocuronium 1mg
$20.49
Drug - Sodium Bicarbonate 50cc
$7.74
Drug - Soccinylcholine 1mg
$40.79
EKG interpretation
$260.00
Emergency rate
$94.00
ETCO2 Bulb Adult
$32.50
ETCO2 Bulb Pedi
$32.50
Extra attendant - 300+ lb patient
$40.00
Extra attendant - CPR
$147.00
Extra attendant - Heavy extrication
$250.00
Extra attendant - Long stairs
$40.00
EZ I-O Administration
$375.00
EZ-IO IV Administration
$262.25 ea
IV - 5% Dextrose/NS 500cc
$42.00
IV - Blood draw procedure
$21.00
IV - Collection tubes
$18.75
IV - Normal saline 1,000cc
$47.75
IV - Normal saline 100cc
$39.60
IV - Normal saline 250cc
$39.60
IV - Normal saline 500cc
$41.90
Lidocaine HCI 2% 100mg
$26.23 ea
Nasal capnography
$17.99
Nitroglycerine spray 0.4mg
$6.99
Oxygen, administration, and supplies/hour
$119.00
Pulse oximeter
$94.50
QuikTrach surgical airway
$300.00
Specialty care transport
$1,662.96
Treatment/no-transport
$175.00
 
 
ANIMAL LICENSE AND FEES
Licensing fee
   Altered
$3
   Unaltered
$40
Impound fee (cat or dog)
   First offense
$25
   Second and subsequent offenses
$50
Impound other
$40
Daily boarding
$5
Additional fees
   Relinquishment of one animal
$20
   Relinquishment of litter
$40
   Adoption fee
$55
Tranquilizer dart
$15 each
Livestock transportation by city
   < 75 lbs.
$15
   > 75 lbs.
$25
Contract animal transportation
At cost
 
 
BEER GARDEN
Application fee
$150
Cleaning deposit (refundable)
$100
   The duration of a beer garden permit shall not exceed three consecutive calendar days or the period of the celebration.
 
 
BOARD OF ADJUSTMENT FEES
Appeals
$50
Variances and special exception and conditional uses
$250
 
 
GENERAL BUILDING PERMITS
Miscellaneous fees
   Minimum inspection fee
$25
   Certificate of occupancy
$25
   Swimming pools
$50
      (in ground or above ground) (commercial or residential)
   Driveway
$50 includes inspection
   Parking lot
$50 includes inspection
   Sidewalk
$50 includes inspection
   Special or revocable permit
$50
   Accessory/portable buildings
More than 250 square feet—
same as new construction
   Underground storage tank
$30
   Demolition
$25
(Additional stories add $10)
Administrative fee for
   construction related permits
$4.50
Building permits
   Residential
$.20 per square foot
   Commercial
$.25 per square foot
      Includes:
         Three inspections: footing, framing, final
         25% review fee
         Certificate of occupancy
         State fees ($4.50)
   Carports/detached garages
$.20 per square foot
      Includes:
         Three inspections: footing, framing, final
         25% review fee
         Certificate of occupancy
         State fees ($4.50)
   Re-inspection
$25
   2nd  re-inspection
$50
   Plan review
25% of building permit
Electrical permits
   Residential
$.15 per square foot
   Commercial
$.20 per square foot
      Includes:
         Four inspections: temp pole, rough-in, final and service temp pole
         100 – 400 amps
         State fees ($4.50)
   Services:
      400 – 1,000 amps
$100
      Above 1,000 amps
$200
   Minimum electric permit fee includes one inspection
$50
   Re-inspection
$25
   2nd re-inspection
$50
   Change service
$25 per 100 amp increase or part thereof
Mechanical inspection fees
   Residential
$.08 per square foot
   Commercial
$.10 per square foot
      Includes:
         Two inspections: rough-in, final
         State fees ($4.50)
   Split system unit
$50 each
   Commercial exhaust hood
$50
   Minimum mechanical permit fee
$25
Plumbing permits
   Residential
$.15 per square foot
   Commercial
$.20 per square foot
      Includes:
         Four inspections: groundwork, top-out-sewer/water lines, final
         State fees ($4.50)
         Trapped fixtures: 2 tubs/showers, 6 sinks, 2 toilets, 1 hot water tank
   Swimming pools
$50
   Minimum plumbing permit fee
$25
Water well inspection fee:
   Water well permit
$25
   Pre-drilling inspection
$25
   Plumbing inspection
$25
   Electrical inspection
$25
   The permit fee will double if any person, firm, or corporation begins to construct, alter, move, or demolish a building or structure without securing a permit on the same from the Building Official.
 
 
SUMMIT VIEW CEMETERY FEES
BURIAL SPACES
   Space in Section I and Section II of Summit View Cemetery
      Resident
$500
      Non-resident
$600
      Infant spaces (casket size under 52 inches)
$250
      Non-resident infant (casket size under 52 inches)
$350
GRAVE OPENINGS
   Adult opening/closing
      Weekdays
$600
      Saturday—morning
$800
      Saturday—afternoon
$1,000
   Infant opening/closing
      Weekdays
$350
      Saturday—morning
$550
      Saturday—afternoon
$650
   Cremation
      Weekdays
$300
      Saturday—morning
$500
      Saturday—afternoon
$700
   All city employees with ten or more years of full time service, as an employment benefit, will receive one free burial space at Summit View Cemetery.
DISINTERMENT
   Weekdays only at the sexton’s discretion
      Moving outside Summit View Cemetery
$800
      Moving from one location to another within Summit View Cemetery
$1,200
MARKER/MONUMENT SETTING
   Six-inch concrete base required on each marker/monument
      Marker/monument setting fee
$30
OWNERSHIP CERTIFICATE
   Duplicate copy of cemetery ownership
$10
   Transfer of cemetery ownership
$20
 
 
CONTRACTORS LICENSE
Expiration date August 30 of each year
Electrical contractor:
New
$200
Renew
$100
Electrical journeyman
New
$35
Renew
$35
Plumbing contractor
New
$200
Renew
$100
Plumbing journeyman
New
$35
Renew
$35
Mechanical contractor
New
$200
Renew
$100
Mechanical journeyman
New
$35
Renew
$35
Water well contractor
New
$100
Renew
$100
Inspection fee
$10 per well
 
 
CONVENIENCE CENTER FEES
Roofing materials/shingles
$15 per cubic yard
For customers having a current utility bill with the city
(bill has to be presented)
$10 per cubic yard
For customers not having a current utility bill with the city
$12.50 per cubic yard
 
 
COPY AND SEARCH FEES
Copies (8-1/2 × 14 or smaller)
$.25 per page
Certified copies
$1 per page
   Search fees, when assessed, shall be computed based on the total hourly rate of compensation of each employee involved with the search, rounded to the nearest 15 minute interval of time actually involved in the search.  Persons, firms, or entities failing to pay legally assessed search fees or falsely claiming exemption shall be guilty of filing a fraudulent claim against the city and may be subject to legal prosecution.
Duplication of videos
$100 per tape
   If more than five tapes are requested, the city shall contact an outside vendor to perform requested duplications, the cost of which will be paid by the individual requesting the tape.
   Production fee shall be negotiated by the City Manager and a fair value assessed to the user desiring the production.
 
 
EMERGENCY MEDICAL SERVICES
Stand-by EMS rate for special events
   Fee may be waived for nonprofit events
$100 per hour
 
 
FAMILY RECREATION CENTER FEES
License application fee (non-refundable)
$25 each person
named in the application
Application for a permit (non-refundable)
$20
Annual license fee
$50
Recreation center operator permit annual fee
$10
License and permit shall expire December 31 each year
 
 
FINGER PRINTING
Per card
$2.50
Per set
$5
 
FIRE PERMIT FEES
Annual rural fire subscription
$100 per year
Commercial/agricultural burn permit
$25
Residential burn permit
$10
 
 
FIRE RUNS
Outside city limits
   Fire engines, rescues, special operations units, adders, grass/bush trucks, tankers, and boats
$300 per unit, per hour
   Command unit
$150 per unit, per hour
   Disposal of hazardous waste
$10 per unit (unit being any part of a gallon)
(this also applies to residents within the city limits of Guthrie and fire subscribers)
   Foam (used on-scene)
$20 per unit (unit being any part of a gallon)
(this also applies to residents within the city limits of Guthrie and fire subscribers)
   Incidents involving straight time
$15 per man-hour
   Incidents involving overtime
$30 per man-hour
(Man-hours are one hour minimum. Any partial hours are billed as a whole hour.)
 
 
FIREWORKS PERMIT
Fireworks permit
$15
 
 
GARAGE SALE
RESIDENTIAL GARAGE SALE
   Garage sale permit
$5
   Permit is issued for no more than three consecutive days. No more than two permits issued in any three-month period per location. The permit is in the form of a sign and must be displayed on the property of the residence where the residential garage sale is being conducted.
   Garage sale sign
$5 per sign
   Only signs provided by the city are allowed. Two signs shall be permitted to be displayed on city's right-of-way, but the sign must be posted so it does not block the view of traffic.
NEIGHBORHOOD GARAGE SALE
   Garage sale permit
$30
   Permit is issued for no more than three consecutive days. No more than one permit shall be issued in any 12-month period per location. The permit is in the form of a sign and must be displayed on the property of the residence where the neighborhood garage sale is being conducted.
   Garage sale sign
$5 per sign
   Only signs provided by the city are allowed. Two signs shall be permitted to be displayed on city's right-of-way, but the sign must be posted so it does not block the view of traffic.
 
 
HIGHLAND HALL RATES
8:00 a.m. to 12:00 p.m.
$65
8:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m.
$85
8:00 a.m. to 10:00 p.m.
$110
1:00 p.m. to 5:00 p.m.
$65
6:00 p.m. to 10:00 p.m.
$65
1:00 p.m. to 10:00 p.m.
$95
Cleaning/key deposit (refundable)
$100
   (The cleaning/key deposit is refundable subject to satisfactory inspection by authorized city personnel and the return of the key.)
   A special rate is hereby established for frequent renters of Highland Hall when the Hall is rented by the same person or organization, twice a week for a period of not less than eight weeks.  Rental charges shall be as follows:
   One-half day—8:00 a.m. to 1:00 p.m.
$18.75
   One-half day—1:00 p.m. to 5:00 p.m.
$18.75
   Evening—5:00 p.m. to 10:00 p.m.
$18.75
   Full day—8:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m.
$33.75
   Inspection fee (non-refundable)
$10
   Cleaning/key deposit (refundable)
$50
 
 
GUTHRIE HISTORIC PRESERVATION COMMISSION FEES
Type of application:  Certificate of appropriateness
Application fee
   Permanent sign
$25
   Paint*
$25
   Awning
$25
   Façade change - Minor*
$25
   Façade change - Major*
$50
   New construction
$50
   Demolition
$250
      If the resource for which the application is being submitted is determined by the Historic Preservation Commission to detract from the district, a $50 refund will be given to the applicant.
   Certificate of economic hardship
$50
   Certificate of unusual and compelling circumstances
$50
   Designation of landmarks or landmark sites
$50
   Amendment or rescission of landmark or landmark site designation
$50
   Designation of historic district
$10 per property
      20 or fewer properties
$200 minimum
      75 or more properties
$750 maximum
   Amendment or rescission of historic district designation (all or part)
$10 per property
      20 or fewer properties
$200 minimum
      75 or more properties
$750 maximum
   Notice of appeal to City Council
$50
*   Applications to apply or remove paint may be approved by staff as an administrative approval. Such applications may be submitted at any time for staff review.
*   Minor facade changes are new doors/windows, paint color changes to trim.
*   Major facade changes are all structural changes that would change the appearance of the building element.
 
 
HANGAR STRUCTURE PERMIT FEES/GUTHRIE-EDMOND REGIONAL AIRPORT
Aviation building permits
   Hangar building
$.15 per square foot
      Includes:
         Three inspections: footing, framing, and final
         25% review fee
         Certificate of occupancy
         State and city fees ($4.50)
Electrical permits
   Hangar building
$.15 per square foot
      Includes:
         Four inspections: temp pole, rough-in, final, service
         Temp pole (100–400 amps)
         State and city fees ($4.50)
      Services:
      400–1,000 amps
      Above 1,000 amps
$100
$200
      Minimum electrical permit
$50
Plumbing permits
   Hangar building
$.20 per square foot of area supplied
      Includes:
         Four inspections: groundwork, top-out-sewer/water lines, final
         Trapped fixtures
         State and city fees ($4.50)
Mechanical permits
   Hangar building
$.10 per square foot of area supplied
      Includes:
         Two inspections: rough-in, final
         State and city fees ($4.50)
   Split system unit
$50 each
 
 
HOUSEMOVERS FEE
Housemover permit, one-story
$25
Housemover permit, two-story
$50
Bond
$5,000
 
 
RECREATIONAL VEHICLE (RV) CAMPING FEES
Fee for electricity & water hookup in Cottonwood Flats
$20 per RV per night*
*Fee may be waived for events with (a) contract(s) for use of Cottonwood Flats
 
 
LAKE FEES
Camping:
   Non-electric campsites
$14/night*
   Electric campsites
$17/night*
   Electric and water campsites
$20/night*
   *Includes day use for up to 6 campers which is the maximum number of campers allowed per site.
Boating:
   Each watercraft (includes 1 day use permit)
$7/day
   (Kayaks and canoes do not require a boating permit)
Day use:
   Each person 16 years of age and older
$3/day
Annual passes:
   Day use for both lakes
$45/person 16 years of age or older
   Boating for both lakes (includes 1 annual day use permit)
$75/watercraft
 
 
GUTHRIE PUBLIC LIBRARY FEES
Library cards
   Patrons will receive their first card free of charge.
   A fee of $1 will be charged for replacing lost or stolen library cards.
   An annual fee of $30 will be charged for non-resident cards.
Fines for overdue library materials per day
   Books, audiotapes (CD or Playaway), music CDs, multimedia kits, periodicals, encyclopedias
$.10 per item with a maximum charge of $5
   Video media
$.50 per item per day with a maximum charge of $10
Lost or damaged materials:
   The fee paid for the replacement of lost items is non-refundable even if the item is found and returned at a later date.  Partial payment of accumulated fines and bills will be accepted.
Materials that are still available for replacement
$5 plus replacement cost
Materials that are no longer available for replacement
$5 plus the retail price at the time of purchase
DVD cases
$1.50
DVD covers
$3.00
Copies and prints, per page
   Photocopies, single-sided, letter and legal size
$.10
   Photocopies, double-sided, letter and legal size
$.15
   Photocopies, single-sided ledger (11 × 17)
$.20
   Photocopies, double-sided ledger (11 × 17)
$.30
   Computer prints
$.10
   Color copies or prints
add $.40 to above fees
         Photocopies and computer prints, customer provides paper
   (Staff must inspect/approve paper and assist with copies)
discount of $.05
Fax
   Sending
$1 per page
   Receiving
$1 per page
   Long distance faxes
$1.25 per page
Meeting Room
   No fees are charged to library, library-related groups or other city departmental groups at any time.
   No fees are charged to non-profit civic, professional, and educational organizations during library operating hours unless food and/or beverages are served. If refreshments are served, the group is assessed a $10 fee.
   For-profit groups may rent the room during library hours for $10 per hour. If applicable, the refreshment fee is added.
   Meetings must be scheduled to take place during library hours. Special arrangements for meetings outside library hours may be arranged. An additional fee of $15 per hour or any part of any hour will be added should meetings begin prior to or extend beyond regular operating hours. A ten- minute warning will be given by library staff prior to closing.
GPC resource center
   Users will be charged the cost of expendable materials used.
   Use of the equipment and facility is free.
Other
   Interlibrary loan
Actual postage cost
   Notary services
Free
 
 
MINERAL WELLS PARK PAVILION
Up to 6 hours
$50
6 hours and over
$90
   Fee must be paid in full 24 hours prior to date of reservation.
   Cancellations may be made two weeks prior to date of reservation.
 
 
MOBILE FOOD VENDOR
Annual permit
$75
   Anyone who owns a brick & mortar restaurant or retail shop within Guthrie city limits is exempt from annual fees
 
 
MUNICIPAL COURT FEES/FINES
Editor’s note:
   Please refer to § 12-34 Fines and Costs for Municipal Court fees/fines.
 
 
OIL AND GAS DRILLING FEES
Application and filing fee
$1,000
Permit fee
$10,000
Annual inspection fee
$250
Bond
$100,000
 
 
PLANNING COMMISSION FEES
Rezoning
$250
Plan review
$50
Subdivision preliminary plat
$250 plus $1 per lot
Each amendment
$100
Final plat
$100 for all or any portion
PUD
$300, plus $5 per acre, maximum $500
Lot split
$50
Special use permit
$150
 
 
SIGN FEES
Window
$50 plus state fee
All others
$50 plus state fee
The amount is double if the sign is erected without a permit.
 
 
SOLICITORS FEES/PERMIT
Filing the application
$15
License fee
$10 plus $2 per day for each day the applicant will be operating within the city, up to the maximum of 15 consecutive days
 
 
SWIMMING POOL FEES
Daily fee
   Children (17 and under)
$2
   Adults (18 through 64)
$2
   Senior citizens (65 and over)
$2
After normal pool hours from 7:00 p.m. through 11:00 p.m.
   Groups (organizations—private groups) 25 or less
$50 + cost of lifeguard(s)
   Groups (organizations—private groups) 26 or more
$70 + cost of lifeguard(s)
Season passes
   Individual pass C all ages
$50
   Family pass (three or more)
$150
 
 
SPECIAL EVENTS
Special event permit fee
$55
   The annual special event permit shall be valid for a period of one calendar year, and shall  authorize the holder to hold up to four events over a period of one year, not to exceed two such events in any three-month period. (Refer to §§ 2-100 through 2-106)
 
 
TARGET SHOOTING
Site inspection
$10
Annual permit
$25
Weekly permit
$10
   Liability insurance in an amount of not less than $500,00 per person and $1,000,000 per occurrence
 
 
TAXICAB LICENSE FEES
Public transportation business license
$50 plus state fee
 
(Am. Res. 00-02, passed 4-18-00; Am. Res. 00-03, passed 4-18-00; Am. Res. 00-11, passed 9-5-00;  Am. Res. 02-08, passed 2-19-02; Am. Res. 02-14, passed 5-7-02; Am. Ord. 02-16, passed 6-4-02; Am. Ord. 3105, passed 8-6-02; Am. Res. 02-31, passed 10-1-02; Am. Res. 02-35, passed 12-17-02; Am. Res. 2003-03, passed 6-3-03; Am. Ord. 3129, passed 3-16-04; Am. Res. 04-14, passed 8-17-04; Am. Res. 04-15, passed 8-17-04; Am. Res. 05-23, passed 9-20-05; Am. Res. 05-24, passed 9-20-05; Am. Res. 05-25, passed 9-20-05; Am. Res. 05-26, passed 9-20-05; Am. Res. 05-27, passed 9-20-05; Am. Res. 06-05, passed 4-11-06; Am. Res. 2006-17, passed 9-19-06; Am. Res. 2006-18, passed 9-19-06; Am. Res. 2006-19, passed 9-19-06; Am. Res. 11-7-06; Am. Res. 2007-02, passed 4-17-07; Am. Res. 2007-07, passed 7-10-07; Am. Res. 2008-06, passed 4-30-08; Am. Res. 2008-07, passed 5-6-08; Am. Res. 2008-08, passed 5-20-08; Am. Res. 2008-17, passed 9-2-08; Am. Res. 2008-24, passed 12-16-08; Am. Res. 2009-04, passed 3-17-09; Am. Res. 2009-06, passed 4-19-09; Am. Res. 2009-13, passed 7-21-09; Am. Res 2009-20, passed 11-3-09; Am. Res. 2010-01, passed 4-6-10; Am. Res. 2010-03, passed 5-18-10; Am. Res. 2010-11, passed 7-20-10; Am. Res. 2011-09, passed 6-7-11; Am. Ord. 3224, passed 6-7-11; Am. Res. 2012-06, passed 5-1-12; Am. Res. 2012-13, passed 9-18-12; Am. Res. 2012-15, passed 10-2-12; Am. Res. 2013-19, passed 9-3-13; Am. Res. 2014-02, passed 3-4-14; Am. Res. 2014-19, passed 9-16-14; Am. Res. 2015-04, passed 3-3-15; Am. Res. 2015-11, passed 7-21-15; Am. Res. 2015-12, passed 7-21-15; Am. Ord. 3288, passed 5-3-16; Am. Res. 2016-10, passed 6-7-16; Am. Res. 2016-11, passed 6-7-16; Am. Res. 2016-21, passed 11-1-16; Am. Res. 2017-06, passed 3-7-17; Am. Res. 2017-07, passed 3-7-17)