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HomeMy Public PortalAbout58a-2014 ORDINANCE NO. 58-A-2014 AN ORDINANCE TO AMEND THE CODE OF ORDINANCES PERTAINING TO SECTION 18, EMERGENCY MANAGEMENT AND EMERGENCY SERVICES, FOR THE CITY OF TYBEE ISLAND, GEORGIA WHEREAS, the duly elected governing authority for the City of Tybee Island, Georgia, is authorized under Article 9, Section 2, Paragraph 3 of the Constitution of the State of Georgia to adopt reasonable ordinances to protect and improve the public health, safety, and welfare of the citizens of Tybee Island, Georgia, and WHEREAS, the duly elected governing authority for the City of Tybee Island, Georgia, is the Mayor and Council thereof, and WHEREAS, O.C.G.A. §§ 38-3-27 through 38-3-28 and 38-3-54 through 38-3-56 authorizes the Tybee Island City Council to provide emergency management within the City of Tybee Island; and WHEREAS, to ensure an effective and coordinated response to disasters, the city wishes to coordinate emergency management activities and responses with other cities located within the Chatham County, the Chatham County Emergency Management Agency (CEMA), the state of Georgia, particularly the Georgia Emergency Management Agency (GEMA), and the United States Government, particularly the Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA); and WHEREAS, the mayor and council believe that an ordinance should be adopted to protect the health and safety of persons and property during an emergency or disaster. NOW, THEREFORE, it is hereby ordained by the governing authority of the City of Tybee Island that the current Section 18, Emergency management and emergency services, shall be repealed in its entirety, renamed and replaced as follows. SECTION 1 Section 18, Disaster recovery, will hereafter read as follows: Section 18. Disaster recovery. Section 18.01. Definitions. Unless specifically defined below, words or phrases used in this ordinance shall be interpreted so as to give them the meaning they have in common usage and to give this ordinance its most reasonable application. Words used in the singular shall include the plural, and the plural the singular; words used in the present tense shall include the future tense. The words "shall," "will," and "must" are mandatory and not discretionary. The word "may" is permissive. As used in this ordinance, the term: (a) Tybee Island Emergency Operations Plan means the officially adopted, and Georgia Emergency Management Agency approved, emergency operations plan for Tybee Island, Georgia. (b) Declaration of Local Emergency means the condition declared by the mayor when, in his judgment, the threat or actual occurrence of a disaster, emergency, or energy emergency in any part of the city is of sufficient severity and magnitude to warrant extraordinary assistance by the city to supplement the efforts and available resources of the several localities and relief organizations in preventing or alleviating the damage, loss, hardship, or suffering threatened or caused thereby. (c) Disaster means any happening that causes great harm or damage. (d) Emergency means any extraordinary condition in which there exists the threat or actual occurrence of a disaster or event, including an energy emergency as defined in the Georgia Emergency Management Act and any amendments thereto, which may result in the large scale loss of life, injury, property damage or destruction, or in the major disruption of routine community affairs or business and government operations, and is of sufficient severity and magnitude to warrant extraordinary assistance by the city and other agencies to supplement the efforts of available public and private resources. (e) Emergency Interim Successor means a person designated pursuant to this ordinance, in the event an officer is unavailable to exercise the powers and discharge the duties of an office, until a successor is appointed or elected and qualified as may be prescribed by the Constitution, statutes, laws, charters, and ordinances of the State and its political subdivisions, or until the lawful incumbent or the successor is able to resume the exercise of the powers and the discharge of the duties of the office. (f) Emergency Management means the preparation for, and the carrying out of, all emergency and disaster functions, as more fully defined by this ordinance. (g) Emergency Standing Operating Procedures (SOP) means the standing operating procedures developed by each emergency response unit for the purpose of preplanning the unit's response to a request for emergency assistance. (h) Energy Emergency means a condition of danger to the health, safety, welfare, or economic well-being of the citizens of this city arising out of a present or threatened shortage of usable energy resources; also any condition of substantial danger to the health, safety, or welfare of the citizens of this city resulting from the operation of any electrical power- generating facility, the transport of any energy resource by any means whatsoever, or the production, use, or disposal of any source material, special nuclear material, or by-product, as defined by the Atomic Energy Act of 1954, 68 Stat. 919, 42 U.S.C. 2011 et seq.; also any nuclear incident, as defined by the Atomic Energy Act of 1954, occurring within or outside this state, substantially affecting the health, safety, or welfare of the citizens of this city. (i) Energy Resources means all forms of energy or power including, without limitation to, oil, gasoline, and other petroleum products; natural or synthetic gas; electricity in all forms and from all sources; and other fuels of any description, except wood. (j) Natural Disaster means any hurricane, tornado, storm, flood, high water, wind-driven water, tidal wave, tsunami, earthquake, volcanic eruption, landslide, mudslide, snowstorm, drought, fire, or other catastrophe which causes, or which may cause, substantial damage or injury to civilian property or persons. (k) Political Subdivision means cities, counties, towns, villages, authorities, and any other bodies created by the State and exercising any of the governmental powers of the State. (1) State of Emergency means the condition declared by the governor when, in his judgment, the threat or actual occurrence of a disaster, emergency, or energy emergency in any part of the state is of sufficient severity and magnitude to warrant extraordinary assistance by the state to supplement the efforts and available resources of the several localities and relief organizations in preventing or alleviating the damage, loss, hardship, or suffering threatened or caused thereby. (m) Technological or Human-Caused Disaster means the application of one or more modes of harmful force to the environment. These include but are not limited to contamination (as in the case of chemical, biological, radiological, or nuclear hazards), energy (explosives, arson, and even electromagnetic waves), or failure or denial of service (sabotage, infrastructure breakdown, and service disruption) including theft or disruption of cyber networks and transportation media. (n) Unavailable means either that a vacancy in an office exists as the result of any emergency as defined in this section and there is no deputy or other successor authorized to exercise all of the powers and discharge all of the duties of the office, or that the lawful incumbent of the office, including any deputy exercising the powers and discharging the duties of an office because of a vacancy, and his duly authorized deputy are absent or unable to exercise the powers and discharge the duties of the office. Section 18.02. Emergency Management Function Defined. Emergency Management means the preparation for, and the carrying out of, all emergency and disaster functions other than those functions for which military forces or other State and Federal agencies are primarily responsible to prevent, minimize, and repair damage resulting from emergencies or disasters, or the imminent threat thereof, of technological or natural origin. These functions include, without limitation to, fire-fighting services, police services, medical and health services, rescue, engineering, warning services, communications, defense from radiological, chemical and other special weapons, evacuation of persons from stricken areas, emergency welfare services, emergency transportation, plant protection, restoration of public utility services, and other functions related to civilian population, together with all other activities necessary or incidental to total emergency and disaster preparedness for carrying out the foregoing functions. Section 18.03. The Emergency Operations Plan. (a) The city shall develop and periodically update the city Emergency Operations Plan (EOP) for the purpose of establishing policies, procedures, programs, and projects to implement this ordinance and enable the city to respond to natural and technological emergency situations. (b) The Director Emergency Management is responsible for the development, execution, and coordination of the city EOP. This plan shall be developed in close coordination with the State Office of Homeland Security/Georgia Emergency Management Agency. It shall also be based on recommended principles and practices promulgated by the Federal Department of Homeland Security and other recognized emergency and disaster preparedness agencies and organizations. (c) The Plan shall be submitted to the City Manager, Chatham County Emergency Management Agency Director, and Georgia Office of Homeland Security/Georgia Emergency Management Agency for review, comment, and recommendation to the Tybee Island City Council. The plan shall be adopted by the city council by resolution and may be changed and updated periodically by resolution. Section 18.04.Activation of the EOP. The EOP shall become operative as follows: (a) Automatically by the declaration of a "State of Emergency" by the governor of the State of Georgia as either a state-wide, regional, or local area emergency or emergency alert; or (b) Automatically by the Declaration of Local Emergency by the mayor. (c) On order of the mayor, provided that the existence or threatened existence of a local emergency has been declared by the governor of Georgia; or that the mayor is acting as the designee of the governor. (1) The mayor is hereby authorized to order the mobilization of any appropriate emergency response organization, or any portion thereof, as required to provide for increased readiness in the event of the threatened existence of an emergency prior to the activation of the EOP. (2) The Tybee Island Emergency Management Director is authorized to order the activation of the full EOP and all emergency response organizations in the event that an emergency has already occurred but neither the mayor nor his successor are available, nor can they be communicated with in a timely fashion; or, upon the request of the mayor, legally appointed successor, or the governing body of the city. Section 18.05. Role of Chatham County and Municipal Governments During Non- Emergency Periods. (a) General Powers and Duties of Local Governments. (1) It is the duty of government to provide for the public health, safety, and welfare of its citizens by making provisions for emergencies and disasters that may occur at some future date. Chatham County and the City of Tybee Island are authorized and empowered by the Georgia Emergency Management Act of 1981, as amended, to make, amend, and rescind such orders, rules, and regulations as may be necessary for emergency management purposes. All such orders, rules, and regulations must be consistent with any orders, rules, or regulations promulgated by the governor or by any state agency exercising a power delegated to it by the governor. (2) All orders, rules, and regulations so promulgated shall have the full force and effect of law when a copy thereof is filed in the office of the city clerk. Laws, ordinances, rules, and regulations inconsistent with the Georgia Emergency Management Act of 1981 or with any order, rule, or regulation issued under the authority of the Georgia Emergency Management Act of 1981 or this ordinance shall be suspended during a Declaration of Local Emergency to the extent that the conflict exists. (3) In order to attain uniformity so far as practicable throughout the United States in measures taken to aid emergency management, all actions taken under the authority of the Georgia Emergency Management Act of 1981 and this ordinance and all orders, rules, and regulations made pursuant thereto shall be taken or made with due consideration to the orders, rules, regulations, actions, recommendations, and requests of federal authorities relevant thereto and, to the extent permitted by law, shall be consistent with such orders, rules, regulations, actions, recommendations, and requests. Sec. 18.06. Emergency Management and Response Powers. (a) Declaration of Local Emergency. (1) Grant of Authority. In the event of an actual or threatened occurrence of a disaster or emergency, which may result in the large-scale loss of life, injury, property damage or destruction, or in the major disruption of routine community affairs, business or governmental operations in the city and which is of sufficient severity and magnitude to warrant extraordinary assistance by federal, state and local departments and agencies to supplement the efforts of available public and private resources, the mayor may declare a local emergency for the city. The form of the declaration shall be similar to that provided by this code section. (2) Request for State Assistance. Consistent with a Declaration of Local Emergency, the mayor may request the governor to provide assistance, provided that the disaster or emergency is beyond the capacity of the city to meet adequately and state assistance is necessary to supplement local efforts to save lives and protect property, public health and safety, or to avert or lessen the threat of a disaster. (A) Continuance. The Declaration of Local Emergency shall continue until the mayor finds that emergency conditions no longer exist, at which time, the mayor shall execute and file with the city clerk a document marking the end of the Declaration of Local Emergency. No state of local emergency shall continue for longer than 30 days, unless renewed by the mayor. The city council may, by resolution, end a Declaration of Local Emergency at any time. (3) Effect of Declaration of Local Emergency, (A) Activation of the EOP. A declaration of emergency by the governor or a declaration of local emergency by the mayor shall automatically activate the city EOP and shall be the authority for deployment of personnel and use of any forces to which the plan applies and for use or distribution of any supplies, equipment, materials, and facilities assembled, stockpiled or arranged to be made available pursuant to the Georgia Emergency Management Act or any other laws applicable to emergencies or disasters. (B) The mayor shall have the legal authority to exercise the powers and discharge the duties conferred upon the emergency management agency, including the implementation of the EOP, coordination of the emergency responses of public and private agencies and organizations, coordination of recovery efforts with state and federal officials, and inspection of emergency or disaster sites. (C) In responding and conducting necessary and appropriate investigations, the mayor or his/her designee is authorized to enter at a reasonable time upon any property, public or private, for the purpose of investigating and inspecting sites involved with emergency management functions. The mayor is authorized to execute a right of entry and/or agreement to use property for these purposes on behalf of the city; however, any such document shall be later presented for ratification at a meeting of the city council. (D) No person shall refuse entry or access to any authorized representative or agent of the City who requests entry for purposes of inspection, and who presents appropriate credentials. Nor shall any person obstruct, hamper or interfere with any such representative while that individual is in the process of carrying out his or her official duties. (4) Emergency Powers. Following a Declaration of Local Emergency and during the continuance of such Declaration, the mayor is authorized to implement local emergency measures to protect life and property or to bring the emergency situation under control. In exercising this authority, the mayor may cause to become effective any of the following sections of this chapter as appropriate as well as any other emergency powers conferred upon the mayor by law. If any of these sections are included in a Declaration of Local Emergency, the same shall be filed in the office of the city clerk and shall be in effect until the Declaration of Local Emergency has terminated. (5) Authority to Waive "roceeiures and Fees. Pursuant to a Declaration of Local Emergency, the city council is authorized to cause to be effective any of the subsections of this article as appropriate. The implementation of such subsections shall be filed in the office of the city clerk. (6) Additional Emergency Powers. The mayor shall have, and may exercise for such period as the declared emergency exists or continues, the following additional emergency powers: (A) To enforce all laws, rules, and regulations relating to emergency management and to assume direct operational control of all civil forces and helpers in the city; (B) To direct and compel the evacuation of all or part of the population from any stricken or threatened area, for the preservation of life or other disaster mitigation, response or recovery; (C) To control ingress and egress to and from a disaster area, the movement of persons within the area, and the occupancy of premises therein; (D) To prescribe routes, modes of transportation and destinations in connection with evacuation; (E) To make provision for the availability and use of temporary emergency housing, emergency shelters and/or emergency medical shelters; (F) To transfer the direction, personnel or functions of any county departments and agencies or units thereof for the purpose of performing or facilitating emergency services; (G) To utilize all available resources of the city and subordinate agencies over which the city has budgetary control as reasonably necessary to cope with the emergency or disaster; to include but not be limited to the city's State of Local Emergency Compensation Policy; (H) To suspend any law, code provision or regulation prescribing the procedures for conduct of city business, or the orders, rules or regulations of any city agency, if strict compliance with any ordinance, resolution, order, rule or regulation would in any way prevent, hinder or delay necessary action in coping with the emergency or disaster, provided that such suspension shall provide for the minimum deviation from the requirements under the circumstances and further provided that, when practicable, specialists shall be assigned to avoid adverse effects resulting from such suspension; (I) To provide benefits to citizens upon execution of an intergovernmental agreement for grants to meet disaster-related necessary expenses or serious needs of individuals or families adversely affected by an emergency or disaster in cases where the individuals or families are unable to meet the expenses or needs from other means, provided that such grants are authorized only when matching state or federal funds are available for such purposes; (J) To perfouu and exercise such other functions, powers and duties as may be deemed necessary to promote and secure the safety and protection of the civilian population, including individuals with household pets and service animals prior to, during and following a major disaster or emergency; (K) To conduct the affairs and business of the city at places other than the regular or usual location, within or outside of the city, when it is not prudent, expedient or possible to conduct business at the regular location. When such meetings occur outside of the city, all actions taken by the mayor and council shall be as valid and binding as if performed within the city. Such meetings may be called by the presiding officer or any two members of the governing body without regard to or compliance with time-consuming procedures and formalities otherwise required by law. (L) To contract for public works without letting such contract out to the lowest, responsible bidder and without advertising and posting notification of such contract for four weeks; provided, however, that the emergency must be of such nature that immediate action is required and that the action is necessary for the protection of the public health, safety and welfare. Any public works contract entered into pursuant to this subsection shall be entered on the minutes of the City as soon as practical and the nature of the emergency described therein in accordance with O.C.G.A. § 36-91-22(e). (M) To suspend the purchasing ordinances, regulations or policies. City officials shall continue to seek to obtain the best prices during the State of Local Emergency. (N) To temporarily suspend the enforcement of the ordinances of the city, or any portion thereof, where the emergency is of such nature that immediate action outside the code is required, such suspension is consistent with the protection of the public health, safety and welfare, and such suspension is not inconsistent with any federal or state statutes or regulations. (0) To coordinate the exercise of the above emergency powers within the City of Tybee Island. (7) Formal of Declaration of Local Emergency. Upon the Declaration of Local Emergency, an official "Declaration of Local Emergency" shall be signed and filed in the office of the city clerk and shall be communicated to the citizens of the affected area using the most effective and efficient means available. The declaration shall state the nature of the emergency or disaster, the conditions that require the declaration and any sections of this article which shall be in effect. All emergency powers permitted under the state statutes contained in 0.C.G.A. §38-3-27 et seq., and as set forth in section 4-310(d) of the city's ordinance regarding emergency management, shall be in full force and effect during the declaration of local emergency and shall be implemented as needed to address any emergency or disaster. (8) Overcharging Prohibited. In order to preserve, protect or sustain the life, health or safety of persons, or their property, within the city limits designated in a declaration of emergency, it shall be unlawful, during the duration of the emergency or subsequent recovery period, for any person, firm or corporation located or doing business within the city limits to overcharge for any goods, materials, foods, equipment, supplies, services, labor, motel rooms, temporary lodging or houses, sold or rented, within the city. (A) Definitions: (i) Overcharging means charging prices for goods, materials, foods, equipment, supplies, services, labor, motel rooms, temporary lodging or houses, which are in excess of the customary charges by 25% or, inapplicable cases, in excess of the suppliers' or providers' costs for such goods, materials, foods, equipment, supplies, services, labor, motel rooms, temporary lodging or houses, by 25%. The existence of overcharging shall be presumed from a 25% increase in the price at which the merchandise or rate, fee, cost/rental of housing was offered in the usual course of business immediately prior to the onset of the emergency, but shall not include increases in cost to the supplier directly attributable to the higher cost of material, supplies and labor costs resulting from the emergency. (ii) Subsequent Recovery Period means that period during which the emergency continues to cause disruptions in the area designated in the Declaration of Local Emergency, but shall not exceed six months after the Declaration of Local Emergency has been terminated. This section shall become effective only upon the signing of a Declaration of Local Emergency and the signing of a declaration stating that it is in effect. (9) Zoning Regulations Suspended. (A) In order to preserve, protect or sustain the life, health, welfare or safety of persons, or their property, within the city limits designated in a Declaration of Local Emergency, temporary mobile/ manufactured/ industrialized homes, travel trailers, recreational vehicles, campers or mobile/manufactured/industrialized home parks, campgrounds or other living areas may be located on property approved by the city council in any zoning district. The parks, campgrounds or other living areas shall be designed by an engineer and plans shall be approved by the Tybee Island Planning and Zoning Department. Permits may be issued by the planning and zoning department to establish temporary mobile/manufactured/ industrialized homes or mobile/manufactured/industrialized home parks for a period not to exceed 18 months. Such approval may only be extended by the city council beyond eighteen months after a public hearing and a demonstrated finding of necessity on behalf of the city council. Except as provided herein, the Tybee Island Land Development Code shall remain in full force and effect. (B) This section shall become effective only upon the signing of a Declaration of Local Emergency and the signing of a declaration stating that it is in effect. (10) Emergency Business License. (A) Before conducting any business within an area within the city limits designated in a Declaration of Local Emergency, a business license shall be obtained and posted at the work site. Said business license shall expire at the end of 12 months. The cost of the emergency business license shall be equal to the cost for a license issued under current regulations for the business conducted. (B) Applicants shall provide the following information when applying for a temporary business license: (i) Name of applicant; (ii) Permanent address and telephone number of applicant; (iii) Local address and telephone number of applicant; (iv) Applicant's date of birth and age, if an individual; (v) Applicant's social security number or federal employer identification number; (vi) If applicant is a corporation, the state and date of incorporation; (vii) Tag registration for each vehicle to be used in the business; (viii) List of cities where business has been conducted by the applicant within the past 12 months; (ix) Georgia sales tax number or authorization; (x) Georgia state business license number, if required; (C) The temporary business license application shall be signed under oath by the applicant. (D) This section shall become effective only upon the signing of a Declaration of Local Emergency and the signing of a declaration stating that it is in effect. Sec. 18-7. Closed or Restricted Areas and Curfews During Emergency. To preserve, protect or sustain the life, health, welfare or safety of persons, or their property, within a designated area under a Declaration of Local Emergency, it shall be unlawful for any person to travel, loiter, wander or stroll in or upon the public streets, highways, roads, lanes, parks or other public grounds, public places, public buildings, places of amusement, eating places, vacant lots or any other place during a declared emergency between hours specified by the mayor until the curfew is lifted. (a) To promote order, protect lives, minimize the potential for looting and other crimes, and facilitate recovery operations during an emergency, the mayor shall have discretion to impose reentry restrictions on certain areas. The mayor shall exercise such discretion in accordance with the City Emergency Operations Plan, which shall be followed during emergencies. (b) The provisions of this section shall not apply to persons acting in the following capacities: (1) Authorized and essential law enforcement personnel; (2) Authorized and essential health care providers; (3) Authorized and essential personnel of the city; (4) Authorized national guard or federal military personnel; (5) Authorized and essential firefighters; (6) Authorized and essential emergency response personnel; (7) Authorized and essential personnel or volunteers working with or through the county emergency management agency (CEMA); (8) Authorized and essential utility repair crews; (9) Citizens seeking to restore order to their homes or businesses while on their own property or place of business; (10) Other authorized and essential persons as designated on a list compiled by EMA, the city manager, and/or chief of police. (c) Enforceability. This section shall be enforced by officers of the law enforcement personnel approved to provide aid and assistance during the emergency. Nothing contained in this section shall prohibit a law enforcement officer from bringing other charges under state law. (1) Effective Date. This section shall become effective only upon the signing of a Declaration of Local Emergency, stating this section is in effect. Sec. 18-8. Enforcement and Remedies. (a) Law Enforcement. The Tybee Island Police Department, and the officers of any other law enforcement agency authorized by the police chief and approved by the mayor to provide aid and assistance shall be authorized to enforce the orders, rules and regulations contained in this chapter and/or implemented by the mayor or local governing authority during an emergency. (1) Nothing in this section shall prohibit a law enforcement officer from bringing additional charges under state law. (b) Penalties. Failure to comply with any of the requirements or provisions of the regulations contained in this chapter, or with any code section, order, rule or regulation made effective by the mayor or local governing authority upon or after the declaration of an emergency shall constitute a violation of the provisions of this chapter. Any person who violates any provision in this chapter shall, upon conviction thereof, be guilty of a misdemeanor punishable by a fine not exceeding $1,000.00, imprisonment for a term not exceeding 60 days, or both such fine and imprisonment, for each violation. Each person assisting in the commission of a violation shall be guilty of separate offenses. Each day during which a violation or failure to comply continues shall constitute a separate violation. (c) Injunctive Relief. In accordance with O.C.G.A. § 38-3-5, in addition to the remedies prescribed in this section, the mayor is authorized to obtain an injunction to restrain violation of laws, code sections, orders, rules and regulations which are contained in the Georgia Emergency Management Act and/or this code, and/or which are implemented by the local governing authority during a declared emergency. (d) Liberality of Construction. This ordinance shall be liberally construed in favor of the governing body of the city and deemed neither to limit nor repeal any other powers granted under state statutes. Sec. 18-9. Regulations Continued in Effect. All ordinances, resolutions, motions and orders pertaining to civil defense, emergency management and disaster relief, which are not in conflict with this article, are continued in full force and effect. Such ordinances, etc., are on file in the office of the city clerk. Sec. 18-10. County Ordinance Controls. It is the intention of this ordinance to be consistent in all respects with the Chatham County Emergency Management Ordinance and the Disaster Recovery provisions thereof Any inconsistency between this ordinance and the Chatham County ordinance on the same subject matter is unintentional. The interpretation of this ordinance is to be consistent with the ordinance of Chatham County and the state laws pertaining to this subject matter. Each section of this ordinance will defer, in the event of any conflict with the ordinance of Chatham County, to the Chatham County ordinance. SECTION 2 The sections,paragraphs, sentences, clauses and phrases of this ordinance are severable and, if any phrase, clause, sentence, paragraph, or section of this ordinance shall be declared illegal or invalid by the valid judgment or decree of any court of competent jurisdiction, such illegality shall not affect any of the remaining phrases, clauses, sentences, paragraphs and sections of this ordinance. SECTION 3 All ordinances and parts of ordinances in conflict herewith are expressly repealed. SECTION 4 It is the intention of the governing body, and it is hereby ordained, that the provisions of this ordinance shall become effective and be made a part of the Code of Ordinances, City of Tybee Island, Georgia, and the sections of this ordinance may be renumbered to accomplish such intention. SECTION 5 This ordinance shall be effective upon its adoption by the Mayor and Council pursuant to the ordinances of the City. ADOPTED THIS 1'r-DAY OF , 2014. ATTEST: ERK OF COUNCIL FIRST READING: 11.13.14 SECOND READING: /a ' '///3 ENACTED: Ail,j143 EMH/Tybee/Ordinances/58-2014 Sec 18 disaster mgt 11.07.14 EMH/Tybee/Ordinances/58-A-2014 Sec 18 disaster mgt 11.20.14