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Reusable Definition

A bag with handles that is specifically designed and manufactured for multiple re-use and is made of cloth, fiber, or other machine washable fabric. (Ord. 17-239, 8-7-2017, eff. 1-1-2018)

Paper Bag Id Requirements
Stores Affected

RESTAURANT: Any lunchroom, cafe, or other establishment located in a permanent building for the accommodation of the public, equipped with a kitchen containing facilities and utensils for preparing and serving meals to the public, and outfitted with a public dining area. A restaurant does not include any area of a supermarket, department store, or other retail establishment beyond the kitchen and public dining area. RETAIL ESTABLISHMENT: Any person engaged in the retail sale of goods with a floor area whose square footage is five thousand feet (5,000′) or greater which sells perishable or non-perishable goods, including, but not limited to, clothing, food and personal items, directly to customers. Retail establishment includes any supermarket, convenience store, shop, or service station.

$0.10 fee on plastic and paper bags
Comply Date
Article 14

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