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Minutes
City of Delano
City Council/Economic
Development Authority
Tuesday, August 6, 2013
5:15 p.m.
1. CALL TO ORDER
Mayor Pro-tem, Betsy Stolfa, called the regular meeting of the Delano City Council/Economic Development Authority of Tuesday, August 6, 2013 to order at 5:15 p.m.
2. ROLL CALL
Members Present: Mayor Pro-tem Betsy Stolfa; Council Members Dan Vick, Derek Schansberg, and Jack Russek
Members Absent: Dale Graunke, Mayor
Also Present: Brian Bloch, Finance Director; Vince Vander Top, City Engineer; Marlene E. Kittock, City Clerk/AV; Paula Bauman, Recorder
Motion Number (M-13-179) Motion by Dan Vick, seconded by Jack Russek to approve the agenda of the Delano City Council/Economic Development Authority meeting of Tuesday, August 6, 2013, as submitted. Motion carried.
3. MINUTES
Motion Number (M-13-180) Motion by Jack Russek, seconded by Dan Vick to approve the minutes 3A, 3B, 3C, 3D, 3E, and 3F with the correction noted. Motion carried.
A. Minutes of the special joint meeting of Tuesday, May 28, 2013.
B. Summary minute of the special joint workshop of Tuesday, May 28, 2013 for publication in the Delano Herald Journal.
C. Minutes of the special workshop of Tuesday, June 18, 2013.
D. Summary minutes of the special workshop of Tuesday, June 18, 2013, for publication in the Delano Herald Journal.
E. Minutes of the regular meeting of the Delano City Council/Economic Development Authority of Tuesday, June 18, 2013.
F. Minutes of the regular meeting of the Delano City Council/Economic Development Authority of Tuesday, July 18, 2013.
4. SPEAKER, PRESENTATIONS AND AWARDS
5. CONSENT ITEMS
Motion Number (M-13-181) Motion by Dan Vick, seconded by Jack Russek to approve consent items 5A1, 5A2, 5B1, 5B2, 5B3, 5B4, 5B6, 5B7, and 5B8 as submitted.
A. EDA
1. Quarterly Financial Report of the Delano EDA/Crow River Villa Apartments for the 1st Quarter of Fiscal Year 2013-14.
2. Approve the replacement of the carpeting in the Delano EDA/Crow River Villa apartment No. 402.
B. CITY
1. Consider contract with Ken Yager for the City Assessor for the 2014 assessment year.
2. Adopt Resolution R-13-29 approving a gambling application to conduct off-site gambling permit for the Knights of Columbus #4653 in Delano Central Park.
3. Authorize Delano Area Education Foundation to conduct a street dance on River Street North, between Bridge Avenue and Railroad Avenue on September 7, 2013. The Foundation is also requesting permission for a 1 to 4 Day Temporary (Strong Beer) On-Sale Liquor License and to waive any city fees.
4. Authorize Change Order No. 1 to WM Mueller and Sons for $69,907.05.
5. Authorize Pay Request No. 2 for 2013 Infrastructure Improvements Project.
Motion Number (M-13-182) Motion by Jack Russek, seconded by Dan Vick to authorize Pay Request No. 2 for 2013 Infrastructure Improvement Project. Motion carried.
6. Motion to approve hiring part-time staff at Delano Wine and Spirits.
7. Motion authorizing final payment for Central Park resurfacing project to Ultra Concrete, LLC, in the amount of $32,729.
8. Motion authorizing purchase of iPad for Administrative Assistant position.
6. CITY STRATEGY No. 1: Provide and proactively facilitate the delivery of quality public and community services in a planned, fiscally responsible manner.
7. CITY STRATEGY No. 2: Ensure the City’s continued sustainability and financial stability.
8. CITY STRATEGY No. 3: Plan for the maintenance, replacement and efficient operations of the City’s equipment, buildings, infrastructure, energy, and utility systems.
9. CITY STRATEGY No. 4: Manage the City’s growth so that it is high quality and consistent with the City’s Comprehensive Plan while maintaining the City’s historical culture, characteristics and features.
A. Authorize the solicitation for bids for the Northwest Business Park.
Motion Number (M-13-183) Motion by Derek Schansberg, seconded by Dan Vick to authorize the solicitation for bids for the Northwest Business Park. Motion Carried.
10. CITY STRATEGY No. 5: Encourage and improve the communication of information and ideas with residents and business owners.
11. CITY STRATEGY No. 6: Ensure communication and positive relationships between Council, City Staff, Employees and Commission members.
A. Motion to accept the resignation of Rob Bluemke from the Park and Recreation Commission and consider options to fill position.
Motion Number (M-13-184) Motion by Jack Russek, seconded by Dan Vick to accept the resignation of Rob Bluemke from the Park and Recreation Commission and move forward to advertise to fill the position. Motion carried.
12. CITY STRATEGY No. 7: Ensure the City has a well-trained, productive and accountable workforce to meet the changing needs of the community.
13. CITY STRATEGY No. 8: Ensure the public safety from crime and man-made or natural disasters.
14. CITY STRATEGY No. 9: Ensure the overall aesthetic appeal of the City.
15. OTHER BUSINESS
16. COMMUNICATION AND ANNOUNCEMENTS
A. Discuss potential special meeting date of September 10, 2013 with Delano Municipal Utilities.
17. CLAIMS
A. City Claims
Motion Number (M-13-185) Motion by Jack Russek, seconded by Dan Vick to approve the City Claims as submitted. Motion carried.
18. ADJOURNMENT
Motion Number (M-13-186) Motion by Jack Russek, seconded by Derek Schansberg to adjourn the regular meeting of the Delano City Council/Economic Development Authority of Tuesday, August 6, 2013. Motion carried.
There being no further business to discuss, the regular meeting of the Delano City Council/Economic Development Authority meeting of Tuesday, August 6, 2013 was adjourned at 5:50 p.m.
/s/ Dale Graunke, Mayor
/s/ Marlene E. Kittock, City Clerk
Attest:
/s/ Paula Bauman, Recorder
Published in the Delano Herald Journal Sept. 23, 2013.

MINUTES
CITY OF DELANO
City Council/Economic Development Authority
Tuesday, August 20, 2013
6:00 PM
1. CALL TO ORDER
The Mayor, Dale Graunke, called the special meeting of Tuesday, August 20, 2013 to order at 6:00p.m.
2. ROLL CALL
Members Present: Dale Graunke, Mayor
Betsy Stolfa, Councilmember
Derrick Schansberg, Councilmember
Dan Vick, Councilmember
John “Jack” Russek, Councilmember
Also Present: Marlene E. Kittock, City Clerk
Mark Johnson, Gregerson, Rosow, Johnson, and Nilan, City Attorney
3. SPECIAL ORDER OF BUSINESS
A. Discuss personnel issue.
Motion by Betsy Stolfa, seconded by Dan Vick to close the special session of the City Council meeting of Tuesday, August 20, 2013 in accordance with MS§13D.05 Subd 2b., for preliminary consideration of allegations or charges against an individual subject to its authority. Motion Carried.
Kittock was excused from the meeting.
4. ADJOURNMENT
There being no further business to discuss the special meeting was adjourned at 6:45 p.m.
/s/ Dale Graunke, Mayor
/s/ Marlene E. Kittock, City Clerk
Published in the Delano Herald Journal Sept. 23, 2013.

CITY OF DELANO WRIGHT COUNTY, MINNESOTA
ORDINANCE NO.: O-13-03
AN ORDINANCE AMENDING THE DELANO ZONING MAP OF THE CITY OF DELANO, MINNESOTA
THE CITY COUNCIL OF DELANO ORDAINS:
Section 1. The current Official Zoning Map of the City of Delano is hereby amended as follows:
Outlots A and B of the Delano Northwest Business Park zoning is hereby changed from R-E, Single Family Estate Residential District to I-1, Limited Industrial District.
Lots 1, 2, 3, Block 1 and Outlot C of Delano Northwest Business Park is hereby added to the corporate boundaries and zoning shall be changed from R-E, Single Family Estate Residential District to I-2, General Industrial District.
Section 2. The Zoning Administrator is hereby directed to make the appropriate changes to the Official Zoning Map of the City of Delano to reflect the change in zoning set forth above.
Section 3. This ordinance shall be effective immediately upon completion of the following steps:
A. State certification of the annexation of land within Lots 1, 2, 3, Block 1 and Outlot C of Delano Northwest Business Park.
B. Recording of the final plat of Delano Northwest Business Park with Wright County.
C. Upon passage and publication of this ordinance.
ADOPTED BY THE MAYOR AND CITY COUNCIL THIS 20th DAY OF AUGUST 2013.
/s/ Dale Graunke, Mayor Attest:
/s/ Marlene E. Kittock, City ClerkMotion By: Derek Schansberg Seconded By: Jack Russek
Graunke: AyeStolfa: AbsentVick: AyeSchansberg: AyeRussek: Aye
Published in the Delano Herald Journal Sept. 23, 2013.

COUNTY OF WRIGHT
STATE OF MINNESOTA
ORDINANCE NO. 13-04
AN ORDINANCE AMENDING DELANO ZONING ORDINANCE SECTION 51.01 SUBD. B RULES AND DEFINITIONS AND SECTION 51.23 B-4, CENTRAL BUSINESS DISTRICT, AS PERTAINS TO BREWPUBS IN THE CITY OF DELANO
THE CITY COUNCIL OF THE CITY OF DELANO ORDAINS:
Section 1. Section 51.01, Subd. B of the Delano Zoning Ordinance, Rules and Definitions, is hereby amended to read as follows:
2. Definitions. The following words and terms, wherever they occur in this Ordinance, shall be interpreted as herein defined:
Brewpub. A restaurant-brewery that includes the on-site production and sale of beer where the majority of its manufactured beer is sold for on-site consumption. Brewpubs may also sell beer for off-site consumption in growlers.
Growler. A container used in the package and sale of malt liquor, sixty-four (64) ounces in size (or one-half gallon).
Section 2. Section 51.23, Subd. D of the Delano Zoning Ordinance, Conditional Uses in the B-4 District, is hereby amended to read as follows:
5. Brewpubs provided that:
a. At least fifty (50) percent of the brewpub floor area shall be dedicated to restaurant dining use.
b. The business shall meet the criteria for a Brewpub On-Sale/Off-Sale Liquor License, as defined in City Code Chapter 5 – Licensing and Regulation of Alcoholic Beverages, as may be amended, obtain and maintain the required license.
THIS AMENDMENT SHALL BE IN FULL FORCE AND EFFECTIVE IMMEDIATELY FOLLOWING ITS PASSAGE AND PUBLICATION
Approved by the Delano City Council the 20th day of August, 2013.
/s/ Dale Graunke, Mayor
Attest:
/s/ Marlene E. Kittock, City ClerkMotion By: Derek SchansbergSeconded By: Dan Vick
Graunke: AyeStolfa: AyeVick: Aye
Schansberg: Aye
Vick: Aye
Published in the Delano Herald Journal Sept. 23, 2013

CITY OF DELANO
COUNTY OF WRIGHT
STATE OF MINNESOTA
ORDINANCE NO. 13-05
AN ORDINANCE AMENDING DELANO CITY CODE CHAPTER 5 LICENSING AND REGULATION OF ALCOHOLIC BEVERAGES, TO REGULATE THE PROVISION OF A BREWPUB ON-SALE/OFF-SALE LIQUOR LICENSE WITHIN THE
CITY OF DELANO
THE CITY COUNCIL OF THE CITY OF DELANO ORDAINS:
Section 1. Chapter 5 Licensing and Regulation of Alcoholic Beverages, Section 502.01 Definitions, is hereby amended to read as follows:
Subd. 1. “Alcoholic beverage” means any beverage containing more than one-half of one percent alcohol by volume, which includes, but may not be limited to, 3.2% malt liquor, strong beer, wine and liquor.
Subd. 2. “Applicant” means any person making an application for a license under this Chapter.
Subd. 3. “Application” means a form with blanks or spaces thereon, to be filled in and completed by the Applicant as his or her request for a license, furnished by the City and required as a prerequisite to the consideration of the issuance of a license pursuant to this Chapter.
Subd. 4. “Bed and Breakfast Facility” means a place of lodging that:
A. Provides not more than eight rooms for rent to no more than 20 guests at a time;
B. Is located on the same property as the owner’s personal residence;
C. Provides no meals, other than breakfast served to persons who rent rooms; and
D. Was originally built and occupied as, or was converted to, a single-family residence prior to being used as a place of lodging.
Subd. 5. “Bowling Center” is an establishment which is under the control of the single proprietor or manager where the primary business is bowling, but which, incidental to its primary bowling business, may also include other family recreational activities, sales and services and equipment sales including, but not limited to, arcade games, billiards, and food and beverages.
Subd. 6. “Brewer” is a person who manufacturers malt liquor for sale.
Subd. 7 “Brewpub” is a restaurant-brewery. The beer is brewed primarily for sale in the restaurant and bar, and may be dispensed directly from the brewery’s storage tanks. Brewpubs may also sell beer for off-sale consumption in growler containers.
Subd.8. “Club” is an incorporated organization under the laws of the State for civic, fraternal, social or business purposes, for intellectual improvement, or for the promotion of sports, or a congressionally chartered veteran’s organization. In addition, the organization must:
A. Have more than 30 members and have been in existence for at least three years;
B. Have owned or rented a building or space in a building for more than one year that is suitable and adequate for the accommodation of its members;
C. Be governed by a board of directors, executive committee, or other similar body chosen by the members at a meeting held for that purpose. No member, officer, agent, or employee shall receive any profit from the distribution or sale of beverages to the members of the club, or their guests, beyond a reasonable salary or wages fixed and voted each year by the governing body.
Subd. 9. “Growler” is a container used in the package and sale of malt liquor, sixty-four (64) ounces in size (or one-half gallon).
Subd.10. “Guest” means a person not a member of the club licensee but present on the club licensed premises in the company of a host member.
Subd.11. “Host Member” means a member who is entertaining a guest who, in turn, is in the member’s company at all times while on the licensed premises.
Subd.12. “Hotel” is an establishment where food and lodging are regularly furnished to transients and which has:
A. A dining room serving the general public at tables and facilities for seating at least thirty (30) guests at one time; and
B. A minimum of ten (10) guest rooms.
Subd.13. “License” means a documented approval issued by the City to an applicant permitting the applicant to carry on and transact the business stated therein.
Subd.14. “Intoxicating Liquor” means ethyl alcohol, distilled, fermented, spirituous vinous, and malt beverages containing more than 3.2 percent of alcohol by weight.
Subd.15. “Licensee” means an applicant, including the applicant’s agents or employees who, pursuant to an approved application, holds a valid, current, unexpired license, which has neither been revoked nor suspended.
Subd.16. “Manufacturer” means any person who, by any process of manufacturing, fermenting, brewing, distilling, refining, rectifying, blending, or by the combination of different materials, prepares or produces alcoholic beverages for sale.
Subd. 17 “Malt Liquor” is any beer, ale, or other beverage made from malt by
fermentation and containing not less than one half of one percent alcohol by volume.
Subd.18. “3.2% Malt Liquor” means malt liquor containing not less than one half of one percent alcohol by volume nor more than 3.2% alcohol by weight.
Subd.19. “Member” means any person in good standing according to rules and regulations of the licensed club, wherever located, having evidence of current membership upon his person.
Subd.20. “Off-sale” means the retail sale of alcoholic beverages in original packages for consumption off or away from the premises where sold.
Subd.21. “On-sale” means the retail sale of alcoholic beverages by the glass or by the drink for consumption on the premises where sold only.
Subd.22. “Package” and “original package” mean any container or receptacle holding an alcoholic beverage, which container or receptacle is corked, capped or sealed by a manufacturer or wholesaler.
Subd.23. “Restaurant” is an establishment, other than a hotel, under the control of a single proprietor or manager, where meals are regularly prepared on the premises and served at tables to the general public, and having a seating capacity for a minimum of 125 guests or such other seating capacity as the City Council determines is adequate. If the establishment contains facilities for sporting, entertainment, recreation or cultural activities, the seating capacity may be for a minimum of 30 guests.
Subd.24. “Strong beer” means malt liquor containing more than one half of one percent alcohol by volume or more than 3.2 percent alcohol by weight.
Subd.25. “Tavern” means an establishment used exclusively for the retail sale of 3.2% malt liquor and the incidental sale of soft drinks and food.
Subd. 26. “Theater” means a building containing an auditorium in which live, dramatic, musical, dance, or literary performances are regularly presented to holders of tickets for those performances.
Subd.27. “Wholesaler” means any person engaged in the business of selling alcoholic beverages to retail dealers.
Subd.28. “Wine” means the product made from the normal alcoholic fermentation of grapes, including still wine, sparkling and carbonated wine, wine made from condensed grape must, wine made from other agricultural products than sound, ripe grapes, imitation wine, compounds sold as wine, vermouth, cider, perry and sake, in each instance containing not less than one half of one percent nor more than 24% alcohol by volume for nonindustrial use.
Section 2. Chapter 5 Licensing and Regulation of Alcoholic Beverages, Section 503.01 License Required, is hereby amended to read as follows:
Subd. 13. Brewpub On-Sale/Off-Sale Malt Liquor License.
A. Applicant. A brewpub, as defined in Section 502.01, Subd. 7 of this Code, shall be licensed by the State under Minn. Stat. 340A.301, Subd. 6.d.
B. Conditions:
1. The licensee manufactures fewer than 3,500 barrels of malt liquor in a year at any one licensed premises, the entire production of which is solely for consumption on tap on any licensed premises owned by the brewer, or for off-sale from those licensed premises as permitted in Minn. Stat. 340A.301, Subd. 7.
2. A brewer’s total retail sales at on- and off-sale may not exceed 3,500 barrels per year, provided that off-sales may not total more than 500 barrels.
3. The malt liquor sold off-sale must be produced and packaged on the licensed premises.
4. The malt liquor must be packaged in sixty-four (64) ounce containers known as growlers and may have the following packaging requirements:
a. Growlers must bear a twist-type closure, cork, stopper or plug.
b. At time of sale, paper or plastic adhesive band, strip or sleeve shall be applied to the container and extend over the top of the closure, forming a seal.
c. The band, strip or sleeve must bear the name and address of the brewer, and the container must be identified as malt liquor, contain the name of the malt liquor, and bear the name and address of the brewer selling the malt liquor, and shall be considered intoxicating liquor unless labeled otherwise.
5. Licensee does not have competing interests with another brewery.
6. Off-sale of malt liquor may only be made during the hours that “off-sale” of liquor is legal at exclusive liquor stores in the jurisdiction in which the brewer is located.
7. On-sale of malt liquor only be made during the days and hours that “on-sale” of liquor may be made.
8. Malt liquor sold off-sale must be removed from the premises before the applicable off-sale closing time at liquor stores.
9. Brewpubs selling wine, intoxicating liquor, or beer other than those produced on-site must also secure separate appropriate licenses as identified in Section 503.01 of this Code.
10. To maintain a brewpub license, food sales must be equal to on-sale liquor sales.
THIS AMENDMENT SHALL BE IN FULL FORCE AND EFFECTIVE IMMEDIATELY FOLLOWING ITS PASSAGE AND PUBLICATION
Approved by the Delano City Council the 20th day of August, 2013.
/s/ Dale Graunke, Mayor
ATTEST:
/s/ Marlene E. Kittock, Clerk
Motion By: Jack Russek
Seconded By: Dan Vick
Graunke: Aye
Stolfa: Aye
Vick: Aye
Schansberg: Aye
Russek: Aye
Published in the Delano Herald Journal Sept. 23, 2013.

NOTICE
AT&T Mobility Services, LLC is proposing to install a telecommunications tower at the following site: 3310 County Line Road SE, Delano, MN, 55328 & Latitude: 45° 02’ 14.2” N, Longitude: 093° 45’ 54.7” W. The height of the tower will be approximately 58.9 meters above ground. The tower is anticipated to have steady red lights, FAA Style E (L-864/L-865/L-810). Specific information regarding the project is available by calling Jon Reis (515) 473-6256 during normal business hours. Any interested party may file comments within thirty days of this notice with Impact7G, Inc. at 6505 Merle Hay Road, Suite B, Johnston, IA 50131 on the impact of the proposed action on any districts, sites, buildings, structures or objects significant in American history, archaeology, engineering or culture that are listed or determined eligible for listing in the National Register of Historic Places under National Historic Preservation Act Section 106. Any interested party may also request further environmental review of the proposed action under the FCC’s National Environmental Policy Act rules, 47 CFR §1.1307, by notifying the FCC of the specific reasons that the action may have a significant impact on the quality of the human environment. This request must only raise environmental concerns and can be filed online using the FCC pleadings system at www.fcc.gov within 30 days of the date that notice of this proposed action is published on the FCC’s website. Refer to Antenna Structure Registration No. A0858264 to file the request and view the specific information about the proposed action. A copy of the request should be provided to Impact7G, Inc. at 6505 Merle Hay Road, Suite B, Johnston, IA 50131.
Published in the Delano Herald Journal Sept. 23, 2013.
ORDINANCE NO.: 2013-02
CITY OF LORETTO HENNEPIN COUNTY, MINNESOTA
AN ORDINANCE COMBINING THE OFFICES OF CITY CLERK AND CITY TREASURER IN THE CITY OF LORETTO, HENNEPIN COUNTY, MINNESOTA
THE CITY COUNCIL OF LORETTO DOES ORDAIN:
SECTION 1. Combined City Clerk Treasurer. The offices of city clerk and city treasurer are hereby combined pursuant to Minn. Stat. §412.591.
SECTION 2. Term of Office. The Clerk-Treasurer shall be appointed by the City Council for an indefinite term and until a successor is sworn in to office
SECTION 3. Compensation. The City Council shall determine the compensation to be paid to the City Clerk-Treasurer.
SECTION 4. This ordinance becomes effective from and after its passage and publication in accordance with law.
Adopted by the Loretto City Council this 10th day of September, 2013.
/s/ Kent Koch, Mayor
Attest:
/s/ Mary K. Schneider, City Clerk
Published in the Delano Herald Journal Sept. 23, 2013.

ORDINANCE NO.: 2013-03
CITY OF LORETTO HENNEPIN COUNTY, MINNESOTA
AN ORDINANCE AMENDING CHAPTER V PUBLIC SAFETY, WELFARE AND MORALS OF THE LORETTO CITY CODE ADDING SECTION 526
OUTDOOR FURNACES
THE CITY COUNCIL OF LORETTO DOES ORDAIN:
SECTION 1. Chapter V of the Loretto City Code is hereby amended by adding a completely new section 526 Outdoor Furnaces and the underlined language as shown below:
Section 526 OUTDOOR FURNACES
Section 526.01 PURPOSE. It is generally recognized that Outdoor Furnaces and the scale and duration of the burning, can create noxious and hazardous smoke, soot, fumes, odors and air pollution, can be detrimental to citizens’ health, and can deprive neighboring property owners of the enjoyment of their property or premises in a developed urban setting. The purpose of this section is to establish and impose restrictions upon outdoor furnaces within the city limits of Loretto for the purpose of protecting and promoting the public health, safety and general welfare of the city and its inhabitants.
Section 526.02 DEFINITIONS
Outdoor Furnace. Any equipment, device or apparatus, or any part thereof, which is installed, affixed, situated or constructed for the purpose of combustion of fuel to produce heat, hot water and/or energy that is used as a component of a heating system providing heat for the interior or a building or for a pool, where the equipment, device or apparatus is located outside of the building or pool for which the heat, hot water, and/or energy is to generated. Said device shall be deemed to be outdoors, even if it is located in a building.
Section 526.03
PROHIBITION OF OUTDOOR FURNACES. It shall be unlawful for any person to install, construct, operate or use an Outdoor Furnace in the City, except as set forth in Section 526.04
Section 526.04
EXISTING FURNACES. The lawful use or operation of any Outdoor Furnace, legally installed prior to the adaptation of this ordinance, may be continued subject to the requirements of Section 526. No existing Outdoor Furnace may be expanded, enlarged, rebuilt, or extended. If the use of a legally existing furnace is discontinued for any reason for a period of twelve (12) consecutive months, it shall not be permitted to be re-established, cannot be used or operated and must immediately be removed by the owner from the premises.
Section 526.05
MINIMUM REQUIREMENTS. The property owner of any Outdoor Furnace existing as of the effective date of this ordinance shall, within six (6) months of the effective date of this ordinance, register said device with the City and obtain a permit from the city clerk.
Section 526.06
NUISANCE. Any dense smoke, noxious fumes, gas, soot, or cinders in unreasonable quantities, is a public nuisance and is not permitted.
Section 526.07
PENALTIES. Failure to comply with any of the provisions of this section is a misdemeanor. In addition, the City may enforce Section 526 by use of civil injunctive relief or other available legal remedies separately, or in conjunction with each other. Each day that a violation continues is deemed a separate punishable offense.
SECTION 2. This ordinance becomes effective from and after its passage and publication in accordance with law.
Adopted by the Loretto City Council this 10th day of September, 2013.
/s/ Kent Koch, Mayor
Attest:
/s/ Mary K. Schneider, City Clerk
Published in the Delano Herald Journal Sept. 23, 2013.