1-5-6: PROCESS FOR ENACTING PUBLIC HEALTH EMERGENCY ORDERS:
   (A)   Advisory Order Enactment: The City Manager shall prepare a written advisory order and publish it pursuant to this section. 
   (B)   Social Distancing Order: When enacting a social distancing order, the City Manager shall present to City Council, at a duly-noticed public meeting, the proposed social distancing order. Public input may be taken at such meeting, but a public hearing shall not be required. Following presentation to the City Council, a roll call vote will be taken. If approved by a majority of the City Council, the City Manager shall prepare a written order and publish it pursuant to this section. Except as may be specifically stated in the social distancing order, such order shall be effective upon posting at Twin Falls City Hall.
   (C)   Isolation Or Quarantine Order: When enacting an isolation or quarantine order, the City Manager shall present to City Council, at a duly noticed public meeting, the proposed order. Public input may be taken at such meeting, but a public hearing shall not be required. Following presentation to the City Council, a roll call vote will be taken. If approved by a super-majority of the City Council, the City Manager shall prepare a written order and publish it pursuant to this section. Except as may be specifically stated in the order, such order shall be effective upon posting at Twin Falls City Hall.
   (D)   Council Veto: A majority of Council members may override any action the City Manager takes pursuant to this chapter.
   (E)   Publication Of Public Health Emergency Order:  As possible and prudent under the circumstances, the City Manager shall cause a public health emergency order to be published:
      1.   Posting the order in a prominent place at Twin Falls City Hall;
      2.   Posting the order on the City's website;
      3.   E-mailing the order to all persons subscribed to City e-mail notification services;
      4.   Posting the order to all City social media accounts;
      5.   Providing the order to local television and radio broadcast outlets; and
      6.   Notifying other government agencies, including Twin Falls School District, Twin Falls Highway District, Twin Falls County, and other municipalities.
   Except as may be specifically stated in the Public Health Emergency Order, such order shall be effective upon posting at Twin Falls City Hall. 
(Ord. 2020-007, 4-6-2020)