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The current Charter states that the term of each councilmember, including the mayor, shall begin at 6:00 p.m. on the second Tuesday of December following certification of election results. This amendment clarifies that term of each councilmember, including the mayor, shall begin at 6:00 p.m. on the first regularly scheduled City Council meeting or at a special City Council meeting following certification of election results.
This amendment removes term limit provisions for the mayor and councilmember, from Sections 404 and 401, respectively, and restates those term limit provisions in their entirety into a new Section 401.01 of the Charter. The purpose of this amendment is to reorganize all provisions relating to term limits into one new section.
The current Charter states that the City shall adopt a Code of Ethics and Conduct for elected officials and members of appointed boards, commissions, and committees to assure public confidence in the integrity of the City. This amendment expands the applicability of the Code of Ethics and Conduct to include elected officials, the City Attorney, City Manager, Clerk of Council, Police Chief, and directors of all City departments. Furthermore, this amendment prescribes a process for documenting alleged violations of the Code of Ethics and Conduct in writing to the City Council, as well as a procedure for the City Council to review such alleged allegations.
The current Charter provides that at the first City Council meeting following any general or special election when councilmembers, including the mayor, are elected, the City Council shall elect a mayor pro tem. This amendment clarifies that the election of the mayor pro tem shall occur each calendar year at the first City Council meeting in January. Furthermore, this amendment clarifies that the mayor pro tem from the previous year cannot be elected as mayor pro tem for the following year, and that the mayor pro tem may be replaced by the affirmative votes of four members of the City Council.
This section declares that the City Council shall be the judge of the election and of the qualifications of its member(s) as defined in Section 401, and shall meet on the first regularly scheduled City Council meeting following certification of election results to declare such election results and install members. This amendment provides that the City Council may also meet at a special City Council meeting to do the same.
The current Charter provides a procedure for the adoption of ordinances. This amendments adds resolutions as part of this procedure, as well as clarifies the following: that ordinances may not be amended after the first reading, and that if an ordinance is amended after the first reading, that it must be re-introduced to be consistent with state law; that a resolution or ordinance must be signed as soon as possible, but no later than 72 hours following its adoption; and that if themayor does not sign a resolution or ordinance, that the mayor pro tem or any councilmember who voted to approve such ordinance or resolution may sign instead.
This amendment revises the equal opportunity provisions to clarify that civil service rules and regulations shall provide for such matters as the City Council and Personnel Board may deem necessary, and clarifies that these matters shall be determined with concurrence of the City Council.
Section 1206 prescribes rules relating to campaign contribution limits for candidates for mayor or councilmember. Section 1207 prescribes rules relating to campaign committees and bank accounts. Section 1208 provides enforcement provisions relating to Sections 1206 and 1207. This amendment allows that the City to contract with a state or county entity to enforce such provisions.
Throughout the current Charter, references to City officials use gender-specific pronouns such as he/his/him or his or her. This amendment replaces gender-specific pronouns with they/them to be more inclusive. This change aligns with the contemporary use of pronouns relating to gender.
This amendment would change the voting requirement to approve the City budget from a majority of the City Council to a two-thirds vote of the City Council. This change would be consistent Section 609 relating to the two-thirds voting requirement to appropriate City funds.
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Some Santa Ana leaders have served multiple terms on the dais. Perhaps most notable is Miguel Pulido, who served on the council for 34 years, including 26 years as mayor, until he left in December 2020.
During the meeting, Sarmiento raised several issues about proposed additions to the measure, mainly addressing topics that ultimately were not included. But he did not signal any one issue specifically for why he would vote against placing the measure on the Nov. 8 ballot.
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We pay for the x-rays by the Lb and provide you with a HIPAA compliant certificateof destruction for the x-rays we pick-up, our x-ray silver recovery process is 100% eco-friendlyand we are registered with the EPA (Environmental Protection Agency).
Please note that we require a minimum of 50 lbs of x-rays for a freepick-up, FYI: 50 lbs of film is not as high as it may sound and it equals to a little bitover 1ft of x-ray stack.Check out our weight x-ray weight chart.
If you would like to schedule a pick-up for your x-rays to be picked-up forrecycling please fill out our schedule pick-up formhere orfeel free to call us @ 877-217-7020 and one of us will be able to helpyou with any question you might have about our x-ray disposal program.
Please note that we buy all types of x-ray film for silver recovery:Click here for a full list of x-ray types we buy.Please note that we do not buy mounted dental x-ray film in the jackets, wedo buy these type of film after its removed from the jackets as all other x-rays.
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Radiologic Technologists are an important part of the medical team as they perform various radiographic procedures and collect necessary technical data for optimal patient assessment while maintaining safe radiation exposures for both patients and healthcare personnel.
Students in the Radiologic Technology program receive training both in the classroom and in clinical settings, where they work alongside nurses, physicians, and other health-care professionals. In the classroom, students learn about the anatomy and function of the human body, radiographic physics and equipment, radiographic procedures, and safe radiation exposures. Laboratory activities are also implemented to achieve proper patient positioning skills.
Clinical work presents students with an opportunity for real life experience and introduces them to imaging modalities. Multiple clinic locations are offered in southern New Mexico including Las Cruces, T or C, Carlsbad, Alamogordo, Deming, Silver City, Artesia, Ruidoso and El Paso, TX.
The Program recognizes, supports, and complies with the educational philosophy and mission of Doña Ana Community College and New Mexico State University. The Program does not discriminate based on age, ancestry, color, disability, gender, national origin, race, religion, sexual orientation or veteran status..
Computed Tomography (CT) is a branch of radiology that employs specialized radiography equipment to produce sectional images of the human anatomy. Students must complete Associate in Radiologic Technology prior to entry. CT technologists perform various diagnostic procedures under the supervision of a licensed radiologist or in most cases, a licensed technologist. In order to produce quality images, the CT technologist must be able to work effectively with patients and health professionals, operate sophisticated computer equipment, and observe radiation protection measures. Job prospects in the Las Cruces/El Paso area are occasionally limited, but nationwide there is faster-than-average job growth with many opportunities for persons seeking entry-level positions. 59ce067264