(A) Date of Election. The regular city election shall be held biennially on the first Tuesday after the first Monday in November in every even-numbered year, beginning with the 1974 election.
§ 116.01 ADOPTION OF STATE LAW BY REFERENCE.
The provisions of M.S. Ch. 349, as they may be amended from time to time, with reference to the definition of terms, conditions of operation, provisions relating to sales, and all other matters pertaining to lawful gambling, are hereby adopted by reference and are made a part of this chapter as if set out in full. It is the intention of the Council that all future amendments of M.S. Ch. 349 are hereby adopted by reference or referenced as if they had been in existence at the time this chapter was adopted.
§ 130.01 DAMAGE TO PROPERTY; GRAFFITI.
(A) Definitions. For the purpose of this section, the following definitions shall apply unless the context clearly indicates or requires a different meaning.
GRAFFITI. In addition to its usual and customary meaning of defacing walls or structures with messages or slogans,
§ 110.01 LICENSES REQUIRED TO ENGAGE IN CERTAIN BUSINESSES.
No person shall engage in any of the trades, businesses, or professions for which licenses are required by Title XI of this code or by any other ordinance of the city or provision of this code without first applying for and obtaining a license from the City Clerk or other duly authorized issuing authority.
Penalty, see § 10.99
§ 90.01 DISPOSITION OF ABANDONED PROPERTY.
(A) Procedure. Except for abandoned and junked vehicles, all property lawfully coming into possession of the city shall be disposed of as provided in this section which is adopted pursuant to M.S. § 471.195, as it may be amended from time to time. Abandoned and junked vehicles shall be disposed of according to the procedures of §§ 90.15 et seq.
§ 70.01 STATE HIGHWAY TRAFFIC REGULATIONS ADOPTED BY REFERENCE.
(A) The Highway Traffic Regulations Act is hereby adopted by reference. The regulatory provisions of M.S. Chapter 169, as it may be amended from time to time, are hereby adopted as a traffic ordinance regulating the use of highways, streets and alleys within the city and are hereby incorporated in and made a part of this section as completely as if set out in full herein.
§ 50.02 DEFINITIONS.
For the purpose of this chapter, the following definitions shall apply unless the context clearly indicates or requires a different meaning.
GARBAGE. Organic refuse resulting from the preparation of food, and decayed and spoiled food from any source.
RUBBISH. All inorganic refuse matter such as tin cans, glass, paper, ashes and the like.
§ 30.01 CITY COUNCIL MEETINGS.
(A) Regular meetings. Regular meetings of the City Council shall be held at least once each month, at a date, time and place as established by the City Council. Any regular meeting falling upon a holiday shall be held on the next following business day at the same time and place. All meetings, including special and adjourned meetings, shall be held in the city hall unless the City Council decides otherwise at a prior meeting, or meeting in the city hall is impossible.
§ 10.01 TITLE OF CODE.
(A) All ordinances of a permanent and general nature of the city, as revised, codified, rearranged, renumbered, and consolidated into component codes, titles, chapters, and sections, shall be known and designated as the “city code,” for which designation “code of ordinances,” “codified ordinances” or “code” may be substituted. Code title, chapter, and section headings do not constitute any part of the law as contained in the code.