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ORDINANCES & RESOLUTIONS
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ORDINANCE NO. 6 4 6 6 <br /> AN ORDINANCE OF THE CIN COUNCIL OF THE <br /> __ _ . <br /> CITY OF AUBURN, WASHINGTON; CREATING A <br /> NEW SECTION 10.12.410 TO THE AUBURN CITY <br /> CODE RELATING TO INATTENTIVE DRIVING <br /> WHEREAS, the City of Aubum has in its traffic codes, provisions that are <br /> derived from state statute, so that major traffic violations are somewhat uniform <br /> across the state among the various prosecuting jurisdictions; and <br /> WHEREAS, cities, nevertheless, have the discretion and authority to <br /> identify separate violations that relate to their enforcement responsibilities, <br /> including criminal, civil and traffic violations that may be different than and/or <br /> supplementary to state law, and that more specifically address community needs; <br /> and <br /> WHEREAS, currently, state statutes provide provisions prohibiting <br /> negligent driving in the second degree as defined in Section 46.61.525 of the <br /> Revised Code of Washington (RCV1�; and <br /> WHEREAS, in order to address those instances that may not fully <br /> encompass the conduct intended to be covered by negligent driving in the <br /> second degree, cities can add to their city codes, provisions that address <br /> problematic driver conduct that may not constitute or rise to the level of negligent. <br /> driving; and <br /> WHEREAS, it is advantageous for the City of Aubum to have included in <br /> its codes a provision that covers inattentive driving as those terms can be defined <br /> Ordinance No. 6466 <br /> June 7, 2013 <br /> Page 1 of 3 <br />
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