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City of El Reno, OK
Canadian County
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[HISTORY: Adopted by the City Council of the City of El Reno as indicated in article histories. Amendments noted where applicable.]
GENERAL REFERENCES
Zoning — See Ch. 361.
[Adopted 9-1-1972 as Ch. 11, Sec. 11-8, of the 1972 Code; amended in its entirety 7-1-1997 by Ord. No. 2845]
As used in this article, the following words and terms shall have the meaning ascribed thereto:
AFFF (AQUEOUS FILM FORMING FOAM) or ALCOHOL FOAM
Any extinguishing agent formed by mixing a foam concentrate with water and aerating the solution for expansion. AFFF is for use on hydrocarbon spills and fires. Alcohol foam is used on polar solvent spills and fires.
HAZARDOUS MATERIAL
Any material that possesses an unreasonable risk to the health and safety of persons and/or the environment if it is not properly controlled during handling, storage, manufacture, processing, packaging, use, disposal or transportation.
SPILL CONTROL MATERIALS
Any absorbent booms, hydrocarbon mitigation agents, dyking materials and sorbent products.
A. 
The El Reno Fire Department shall be entitled to recover all costs when utilizing AFFF/alcohol or other similar type fire-fighting foams and/or other spill control materials or products incurred in conjunction with emergency or nonemergency incidents involving hazardous or toxic materials or hazardous conditions of extended duration.
B. 
Such costs and damages shall be the joint responsibility of the owner(s) and/or operator(s) of the property, equipment, vehicle or container causing or contributing to any emergency incident or hazardous condition of extended duration. All such costs and damages shall be paid within 30 days of demand by the Fire Department unless otherwise approved by the El Reno City Council.
C. 
All funds collected through this article shall be credited back to the El Reno Fire Department budget in the appropriate budgetary line item.
D. 
The City shall have a lien for all unpaid costs and damages incurred by the El Reno Fire Department as above described, and the City may enforce such lien in the manner prescribed by the general laws of the state providing for enforcement of liens.
[Adopted 9-1-1972 as Ch. 11, Art. III, of the 1972 Code; amended in its entirety 4-2-1996 by Ord. No. 2807]
As used in this article, the following words and terms shall have the meaning ascribed thereto:
BULK
The storage of liquefied petroleum gas with a water capacity greater than 1,000 gallons.
LIQUEFIED PETROLEUM GAS
Includes any material which is composed predominantly of any of the following hydrocarbons, or mixtures of the same: propane, propylene, butane (normal butane and isobutane), and butylenes.
TRANSPORTING
Any truck, tank trailer, railway car or other type vehicle used to deliver and distribute liquefied petroleum gas from a distributing plant or similar type facility to a consumer site, the purpose of which is for wholesale or retail of the product.
It shall be unlawful for any person to manufacture, fabricate, assemble, install or repair any system, container, apparatus or appliance to be used for transportation, storage, dispensing or utilization of liquefied petroleum gas, or to transport, handle or store such gas, unless such person has complied with and complies with all provisions of the state law and City ordinances relating thereto, and unless he has any license or permit which may be required by state law. Except as otherwise provided by state law or ordinance, the standard of the National Fire Protection Association for Liquefied Petroleum Gases (NFPA No. 58) is hereby adopted and shall govern the storage and handling of such gases.
Bulk storage and sales of liquefied petroleum gas is prohibited within the City limits except in the I-2 Heavy Industrial District created under Chapter 361, Zoning.
The establishment of a retail sales facility for liquefied petroleum gas within the City limits, the purpose of which is to fill consumer bottles or cylinders, and motor vehicle fuel systems, is permitted under the CAR (Automotive and Commercial Recreation) District, as created under Chapter 361, Zoning, but only with a conditional usage permit. The maximum amount of liquefied petroleum gas allowed to be stored on the premises is 1,000 gallons.
Bulk loading, unloading or transferring of any railway car, tank car, tank truck or truck trailer of liquefied petroleum gas within the City limits is prohibited except in the I-2 Heavy Industrial District and CAR District where retail sales of liquefied petroleum gas are allowed.
The operation or towing of any vehicle, trailer or combination thereof used for transporting liquefied petroleum gas within the City limits is prohibited except on the roadways and streets which serve as federal or state highways or streets which have been approved as truck routes through the City. This section shall not apply within agricultural districts as created under Chapter 361, Zoning.
The parking or storing of any truck, tank or other vehicle, loaded or unloaded, used for transporting liquefied petroleum gas within City limits, except property within the I-2 Heavy Industrial District and Agricultural District, is prohibited except where allowed in NFPA 58 as adopted by the City.