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    SEPTEMBER 11, 2015, KEIZERTIMES, PAGE A7
CARTS,
continued from Page A1
the carts are not picked up af-
ter being reported, Crosby can
secure the cart for safekeeping.
If that happens, the store must
pay a $50 administrative fee. If
the signs aren’t provided or the
toll-free line isn’t maintained,
there is a $100 minimum fi ne
and a $500 maximum fi ne.
“This follows Salem’s policy
pretty closely,” Johnson said.
“We hope it will be an in-
centive for the stores to pick
up their own carts. (The is-
sue) has not been given prior-
ity in Keizer because we had
no teeth; now we hope the
stores will be more aggressive
police
scanner
THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 3
• 12:01 a.m. - Hit-and-run ac-
cident 4000 block Arleta Avenue
NE.
• 6:37 a.m. - Arrest for driving
while suspended/revoked at Al-
der Drive NE and Verda Lane NE.
• 9:00 a.m. - Theft from motor
vehicle on 1100 block Swing-
wood Drive NE.
in picking them up since the
policy has teeth.”
Nate Brown, director of
Community
Development,
noted communication with lo-
cal stores is key.
“These carts are incredibly
expensive,” Brown said. “Most
store manager want to get their
expensive carts back.”
Parsons noted a similar pol-
icy in Salem has helped curb
the issue there.
Brown noted such a policy
is common elsewhere.
“Most cities have such a
policy in place already, so it’s
not a surprise to anyone,”
Brown said.
Councilor Brandon Smith
expressed his disdain for the
ordinance.
“Marlene, I didn’t realize
you were bringing this for-
ward,” Smith said. “It’s not
about the effort in getting the
carts. The idea of requiring a
toll-free line, I don’t see the
point in the cost of the line.
There’s no reason for a toll-free
number that’s manned and re-
quires documentation. This is
a government imposition on
businesses. We don’t need to
establish and maintain a toll-
free line.”
With that, Smith proposed
a friendly amendment to Par-
sons’ motion to delete sections
calling for shopping cart infor-
mation to be required, a toll-
free line to be required and for
violations. He also asked for
parts of two other sections ref-
erencing a toll-free number to
be deleted.
“I want the fi ve amend-
ments,” Smith said. “Can I do
them all at once? I want to go
through the fi ve as one.”
Johnson said the toll-free
number doesn’t have to be an
800 number and can instead
be a local number without a
charge to call. Smith pointed
out the ordinance talks about
a separate line, a reporting sys-
tem and tracking calls. John-
son reiterated an 800 number
doesn’t have to be used and a
local number can be used if
it’s manned by someone at the
store.
“These carts are expen-
sive to the stores,” Smith said.
“Businesses don’t want their
carts sitting out there. I think
this is too much.”
It was then up to Parsons to
accept the amendments pro-
posed by Smith.
“I don’t accept the friendly
amendment,” Parsons said.
Mayor Cathy Clark then
turned to Smith.
“Anything else, Brandon?”
Clark asked.
“No ma’am,” he responded.
Councilor Amy Ryan liked
the general idea, but worried
about the potential added ex-
pense for businesses.
“I don’t think we explained
it very well,” Parsons said.
“Maybe we should pull it until
we can have a serious discus-
sion. In most places, stores have
72 hours to pick up carts. Nine
times out of 10 the stores pick
up carts in 72 hours, since carts
are $150. All local stores have
contractors to pick up carts.”
A few moments later, Par-
sons made her choice.
“I’d like to pull the matter,”
she said. “We’re not getting the
correct information.”
Smith said pulling the mat-
ter would be up to Parsons.
“I don’t feel I am missing
information,” he said. “This
will impose an extra cost on
businesses. It will be an extra
cost for Keizer businesses for
following rules.”
Smith said he could get on
board with the idea of making
it clear what store a cart is from.
“Overall I feel this is too
much, though,” he said. “I don’t
feel that I don’t understand it,
but I don’t feel it’s necessary in
this state.”
Parsons withdrew her mo-
tion.
• 11:49 a.m. - Accident on 3400
block River Road N.
• 1:00 p.m. - Graffi ti on 4900
block River Road N.
• 2:00 p.m. - Burglary on 4800
block Gobert Avenue NE.
• 2:37 p.m. - Theft on 6200 block
Ulali Drive NE.
• 3:08 p.m. - Arrest for war-
rant served and failure to appear
- bench warrant on 5100 block
River Road N.
• 3:17 p.m. - Graffi ti on 5200
block Ridge Drive NE.
• 3:21 p.m. - Arrest for shoplifting
on 4900 block River Road N.
• 7:00 p.m. - Theft from motor
vehicle on 6700 block Harvest
Drive NE.
• 7:22 p.m. - Arrest for shoplifting
on 4900 block River Road N.
• 7:54 p.m. - Arrest for unlawful
possession of methamphetamine
and probation violation on 5000
block River Road N.
• 8:00 p.m. - Traffi c accident with
injury at Manbrin Drive N and
River Road N.
• 8:53 p.m. - Arrest for unlawful
delivery of marijuana at Cherry
Avenue NE and Manbrin Drive
NE.
NE.
• 8:45 p.m. - Theft from mo-
tor vehicle on 5400 block Kafi r
Drive NE.
• 11:20 p.m. - Arrest for unlaw-
ful possession of cocaine on 4100
block River Road N.
FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 4
• 4:08 a.m. - Arrest for theft on
4900 block 13th Avenue NE.
• 10:28 a.m. - Accident at River
Road N and Bever Drive NE.
• 7: 30 p.m. - Motor vehicle theft
on 100 block McNary Estates
Drive N.
• 8:00 p.m. - Theft from motor
vehicle on 800 block Cater Court
NE.
• 11:00 p.m. - Theft from motor
vehicle on 800 block Cater Court
SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 5
• 12:01 a.m. - Theft from motor
vehicle on 1100 block Parkmead-
ow Drive NE.
• 6:30 a.m. - Theft on 5500 block
Kafi r Drive NE.
• 5:01 p.m. - Arrest for warrant
served on 4200 block Meadow-
brook Court NE.
• 8:30 p.m. - Motor vehicle theft
on 5600 block Trail Avenue NE.
• 8:33 p.m. - Hit-and-run acci-
dent on 900 block Ventura Av-
enue N.
SUNDAY, SEPTEMBER 6
• 8:27 a.m. - Traffi c accident on
800 block Weeks Drive NE.
• 4:25 p.m. - Accident on 700
block Lockhaven Drive NE.
• 4:51 p.m. - Shoplifting on 4100
block River Road N.
• 11:07 p.m. - Arrest for assault on
100 block Evans Avenue N.
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