The new ordinance prohibits residents from driving ATVs on any city street except for the purpose of crossing the road.
Like the agriculture ordinance, the ATV bill must pass a second reading at the next regular meeting.
In other business, Fire Chief Butch Ellis announced the fire department received two grants. The department plans to use the $10,000 grant from Bayer CropScience to purchase air packs and bottles.
Additionally, the department will use another grant from the state Department of Health and Human Resources to buy portable air monitors for firefighters so they will know when it is safe to take off their breathing air after a fire.
■ Reinstated the following members of the Planning and Zoning Committee whose terms were about to expire: H.B. (Bill) Brown, Harold Craigo, Robert J. (Jerry) Gammon, Ron NIda, Linda Boggess, and Connie Boardman.
■ Voted to reduce the lease on the city's bingo building from $3,900 per month to $3,400 per month beginning Sept. 1 and ending Aug. 31, 2017.
■ Approved the payment of miscellaneous invoices to the city's previous attorneys, Lewis, Glasser, Casey & Rollins in the amount of $19,119.59.
■ Approved a $3,700 payment to CSSI for software support programs.
■ Approved payment of the $7,585.48 final bill for the primary and general elections to the Kanawha County Commission.