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TO: <br />FROM: <br />CITY OF <br />NEWPORT BEACH <br />City Council Staff Report <br />September 24, 2019 <br />Agenda Item No. 3 <br />HONORABLE MAYOR AND MEMBERS OF THE CITY COUNCIL <br />David A. Webb, Public Works Director - 949-644-3311, <br />dawebb@newportbeachca.gov <br />PREPARED BY: Micah Martin, Deputy Director of Public Works — Municipal <br />Operations Division <br />mmartin(o)-newportbeachca.gov <br />PHONE: 949-644-3059 <br />TITLE: Adopt Ordinance No. 2019-15: Amending Newport Beach Municipal <br />Code Chapter 6.04 — Garbage, Refuse and Cuttings and Adding <br />Chapter 6.06 — State Mandated Municipal Solid Waste Diversion <br />Programs <br />ABSTRACT: <br />The attached ordinance was introduced at the September 10, 2019, City Council meeting. <br />The ordinance will amend the Newport Beach Municipal Code (NBMC) in order to <br />successfully implement State mandated recycling programs and be in compliance with <br />new refuse legislation. <br />RECOMMENDATION: <br />a) Determine this action is exempt from the California Environmental Quality Act (CEQA) <br />pursuant to Sections 15060(c)(2) and 15060(c)(3) of the CEQA Guidelines because <br />this action will not result in a physical change to the environment, directly or indirectly; <br />and <br />b) Conduct second reading and adopt Ordinance No. 2019-15, An Ordinance of the City <br />Council of the City of Newport Beach, California, Amending Portions of Chapter 6.04 <br />and Other Related Provisions of the Newport Beach Municipal Code and Adding <br />Chapter 6.06 to Title 6 of the Newport Beach to Incorporate State Mandates on the <br />Diversion of Municipal Solid Waste. <br />FUNDING REQUIREMENTS: <br />Although there is no direct fiscal impact to the City with regard to approval of these <br />Municipal Code modifications, there may eventually be increased costs to the City as well <br />as to commercial and residential customers for increased refuse handling, processing <br />and disposal costs in order to comply with these recent state law changes. <br />3-1 <br />