(1) Eliminate the sign ordinance and the encroachment ordinance.
Earlier, the City was also ordered by Federal Judge Barbara Crabb to
cease enforcement of the handbill ordinance under which Mike Foht and
Pastor Ovadal were charged in February.
(2) Drop twelve charges against members of Christ the King
Church. Eleven charges occurred under the new sign ordinance
and one charge under the encroachment ordinance. Earlier, the City
agreed to drop two charges which had occurred under the City's now
defunct handbill ordinance. So in total, the City will have dropped
fourteen charges against members of Christ the King Church.
(3) Pay the American Family Association Center
for Law and Policy $10,000 in legal fees and $2,800 in litigation
expenses for a total of $12,800.
(4) Pay twelve members of Christ the King Church $50 each.
(5) Release all Christ the King Church property
which was seized by the City. That property includes: a cross
upon which is written, "Jesus Saves. John 3:16"; a mobile
pulpit; a sermon illustration; a street theater ministry prop; a copy of
the Monroe Times; fourteen signs bearing pictures of live and aborted
preborn babies and also biblical messages.
(6) Issue a public statement that says the City has a
"desire to enact and enforce all ordinances in a fair and