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04-15-19 Supplemental (T21)Rhonda Coxon From: Sent: To: Subject: Attachments: Markey Butler Monday, April 1 5, 2019 1:10 PM Clint Kinney; Bob Sirkus; Bill Madsen;Alyssa Shenk; Tom Goode; Rhonda Coxon Fwd: today's tobacco conversation ord-4 -T 21 -Page-1 27-RT.pdf; ATT0000 1 .htm; Drafr Model ord i na nce2.6. 1 9 RT notes.docx; ATT00002.htm From: Risa Turetsky <risa.tu retskV@ pitkincountv.com> Date: April L5,2Ot9 at 9:24:58 AM MDT To: Markey Butler <butlerm rkv@aol.com>, Ma rkey Butler <M Butler@tosv.com> Cc: Ka ren Koenema nn <ka ren.koenema nn@pitkincountv.com>, Jorda na Sabella <iorda na.sabella @ pitkincountv.com> Subject: today's tobacco conversation Hi Markey, I hope you're doing well. Thank you so much for the amazing championship you have shown with the tobacco ordinance. I was out Friday so I just had a chance to look at the new draft ordinance. I also emailed Alyssa, but I wanted to also pass on to you what I shared with her - just my notes from looking at it. I will not be able to be there tonight. I committed months ago to present about vaping at Valley View. Jordana Sabella will be there representing public health and will be available to answer questions that come up. Overall, it looks great. I just had a couple of thoughts. I attached both the ordinance with my few comments in it as well as the "model ordinance" we have from the state: 1. The bit about vending machines is confusing. See my comment in the ordinance. I don't want you to have to re-open the conversation, but I think it's contradictory as written. 2. lt's not clearly stated when a retailer license would be revoked based on violations, though I might be missing it. I highlighted this section in the model draft as an example. Maybe it's more clear in another section. 3. The "license fee" - it's outlined here that it will be available on the fee schedule. That's totally fine, I just don't know if you all agreed on the fee. Generally it should cover the cost of administration. Rhonda has the fees from other municipalities. I would just do whatever you think works for the town. 4. lt looks like there are 2 statements on penalties for clerks - I added a comment in the ordinance. I was confused if there was a difference. Also I would caution on high penalties for the clerks - generally we want to hold the owners accountable so that they are holding their staff accountable, providing systems and training to make that make it clear and foolproof, and creating a culture that shows they take this seriously. Happy to talk further about any of this 970-618-1781 . 1 Sent from my iPad Begin forwarded message: Best, Risa Riso Turetsky, llAPH, FNP-C, PHN Health Promotion Program Administrator; Tobacco Specialist pro no uns : she/ her / hers Pitkin County Public Health 405 Castle Creek Road, Suite 204; Aspen, CO 81611 Office: 970-429-3327 / Cell: 970-618-1781 Email: risa.turetskv@ pitkincountv.com Working Hours: Monday to Thursday We belieue in the catalyzing pouer of equity to engage and enrtch our community as ue identifu challeng e s and de sig n so lu ho ns t o g e ther. 2 Rhonda Coxon From: Sent: To: Subject: Attachments: I also sent this to JD Sent from my iPad Begin forwa rded message Markey Butler Monday, April '15,20191:09 PM Clint Kinney; Rhonda Coxon Fwd: Tobacco 21/fRL for Snowmass Hearing Tonight PastedGraphic-1.png; ATT00001.htm; Snowmass Ordinance Requested Amend ments.docx; ATT00002.htm From : Ginny Chadwick <gin ny.chadwick@tobacco2 1.org> Date: April 1.5,2019 al12:55:49 PM MDT To: Markey Butler <MButler@tosv.com>, Bill Madsen <BMadsen@tosv.com>, Alyssa Shenk <AShenk@tosv.com>, Bob Sirkus <BSirkus@tosv.com>, Tom Goode <TGoode@tosv.com> Subject: Tobacco zUTRLfor Snowmass Hearing Tonight Snowmass Village Town Council, Thank you so much for considering Tobacco 21 and Tobacco Retail Licensing at today's 4:00 pm city council meeting. I am in town and plan to be in attendance at the hearing. Prior to my public comment on the issue, I wanted to provide you with my feedback on the language that was found in your council agenda. I have hlghlighted, bold, and either struck through or underlines all changes that I would recommend to achieve the intended outcomes of a Tobacco 2t and TRL policy by including best practices public health language to your policy. I will be happy to answer any questions around those recommended changes prior to the meeting (feel free to call) or at the meeting. A summary o Update the current status of local policy in Whereas . Amend typo on vending machine 9-27.c o State vending machines need a tobacco retailer license 9-21.c.2 . Update language on signage to align with policy goals 9-21.d r Remove defense on multiple provision violations 9-21.e . Remove redundant statement on enforcement in section (h) and (f) of 9-21r Remove "for the purchase" in 9.22.3.c o lncrease distance to best practice language of 2000 ft in 9-23. lnclude best practices compliance provisions in 9-30.b for a minimum of one compliance check per retailer annually . Change minor to any person under age219-31.a.1 o Remove "knowingly in 9-32.a o lncrease minimum fines on proprietor to align with best practices in 9-32.co Create a time period for penalty accrual(first, second, third)or 3 years g-32.d (newly created). Remove PUP provisions 9-32.d 1 Ginny Chadwick Western Regional Di rector tobacco2l.orq (573)999-2641 2