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Permit Ordinance Revisions: Chapter 7 – Metal Recycling Entities and Secondhand Metal Dealers. December 14, 2009. Background. 2006: the price of metals increases leading to increase in sales of stolen metals.

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Permit Ordinance Revisions:

Chapter 7 – Metal Recycling Entities and Secondhand Metal Dealers

December 14, 2009


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Background

  • 2006: the price of metals increases leading to increase in sales of stolen metals.

  • 2006: Construction industry and scrap metal industry request City Council “add teeth” to scrap metal ordinance

  • 2006 – 2007: Darrin Hall & Sgt. McGinty work with stakeholders to draft changes

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Background (continued)

  • March 21, 2007: Ordinance 2007-295 approved by City Council to reduce the sale of stolen goods to metal dealers – especially mobile metal dealers. New provisions:

    1) must operate out of a fixed location;

    2) penalties for non-compliance;

    3) surety bond requirement;

    4) uniform tracking requirements, including the requirement to videotape the purchased materials.

  • 2007 – 2009: As 2007 Ordinance changes are implemented, City staff work with industry to determine if the changes were sufficient, or more is needed.

  • December 9, 2009: Stakeholders (industry, ARA, HPD, Legal, Mayor’s Office of Government Affairs and Council Member Noriega’s Office review and agree to recommend revisions.

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Overview of Recommended Changes

  • Eliminate Video Recording Requirement

  • Require digital pictures to be of sufficient clarity that the objects can be identified

  • Change Hours of Operation

  • For locations where more than one type of business activity is conducted, each activity must be permitted

  • Clarify the definitions of “fixed location” and “metal recycler/secondhand metal dealer”

  • Changes go into effect on January 1, 2010

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