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NOTICE PROPOSED ORDINANCE NOTICE IS HERE

NOTICE PROPOSED ORDINANCE NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN, That the City Council of the city of Worthington, Minnesota is considering the adoption of an ordinance entitled “AN ORDINANCE TO AMEND TITLE XI, CHAPTER 111, REPEALING CURRENT SUBCHAPTER 111.05 TO CREATE AMENDED SUBCHAPTER PERTAINING TO LIQUOR LIABILITY INSURANCE” The City Council of the City of Worthington Do Ordain: Section I. The Worthington City Code Title XI, Chapter 111 is hereby amended so as to repeal current Subchapter 111.05 to create amended Subchapter 111.05 which shall read as follows: 111.05 LIABILITY INSURANCE Annual beer licensees must have insurance if required by State law. Those annual beer licensees which are required to purchase liquor liability insurance; all temporary beer licensees; and all intoxicating liquor licensees shall be required to purchase liquor liability insurance in a minimum amount to be set from time-to-time by Resolution of the City Council. If insurance is required either by State law or by the Worthington City Code, prior to the issuance of the license under this section, the applicant shall file proof of such financial responsibility as may be required by State law and the City code with the City Clerk and which shall be subject to the approval of the Council. The insurer issuing such liability insurance policy shall be duly licensed to do business in the State of Minnesota as required by State law. The liability insurance policy shall specifically provide for the payment by the insurance company on behalf of the insured of all sums which the insured shall become obliged to pay by reason of liability imposed upon the insured by law for injuries or damage to persons other than employees, including the liability imposed upon the insured by reason of any Minnesota Statute. Such liability insurance policy shall further provide that no cancellation, for any cause other than nonpayment of premium, can be made by either the insured or insurer unless the canceling party has first given 30 days’ notice in writing to the issuing authority of intent to cancel the policy. Further, it shall provide that no payment of any claim by the insurance company shall, in any manner, decrease the coverage provided with respect to any other claim or claims brought against the insured or company thereafter. Such policy shall be conditioned that the insurer shall pay, to the extent of the principal amount of the policy, any damages for death or injury caused by, or resulting from the violation of any law relating to the businesses for which such license has been granted. The City shall be named as an additional insured on the liability insurance policy. Penalty, see §10.99. Section II. This ordinance shall be in full force and effect after its passage and publication. SECTION III. Which proposed ordinance was given its first reading at a Regular Meeting of the City Council held on Monday, May 23rd, 2022. Said proposed ordinance will again be considered by the City Council at a Regular Meeting to be held at 7:00 p.m., on Monday, June 13, 2022 in City Hall Council Chambers, 3030 Ninth Street of said City. Dated this June 1, 2022 Mindy L. Eggers, City Clerk City of Worthington (June 1, 2022) 69173