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                Ordinances & Resolutions

                The City Code contains all codified ordinances for the 亚美游首页.

                Below are ordinances that the City Council is considering adopting, meaning that they have had a first reading. The following are also lists by year of ordinances and resolutions that the City Council has adopted along with proclamations made by the Mayor.

                Ordinances that have had a First Reading:
                None at this time

                2020 Ordinances, Resolutions, and Proclamations
                2019 Ordinances, Resolutions, and Proclamations
                2018 Ordinances, Resolutions, and Proclamations
                2017 Ordinances, Resolutions, and Proclamations
                2016 Ordinances, Resolutions, and Proclamations

                Ordinances Adopted in 2015:
                14-15 Chapter 255 Manufactured 亚美游首页 Licenses To require licenses for manufactured homes
                15-01 Chapter 114 Open Burning To allow some types of open burning and restrict the size and location of open fires
                15-02 Chapter 102 Building Standards To adopt the 2012 International Building and Residential Codes
                15-03 Ch 305 Property Maintenance To adopt the 2012 International Property Maintenance Code
                15-04 VOID
                15-05 Chapter 180 Municipal Fees Fees for Open Burning and Zoning Violations and Manufactured 亚美游首页 Licenses
                15-06 Chapter 440 Zoning Repealing and replacing Chapter 440, Zoning
                15-07 Comprehensive Rezone Rezoning certain parcels and amending the Zoning Map
                15-08 Chapter 180 Municipal Fees To add a fine for failing to obtain a rental inspection
                15-09 Chapter 145 Disorderly Premises To add a new chapter for disorderly premises
                15-10 Chapter 440 Zoning Related to prohibited uses in the Manufacturing Zone
                15-11 Chapter 440 Zoning To clarify sign regulations
                15-12 Chapter 180 Municipal Fees Related to Disorderly Premises
                15-13 VOID
                15-14 Chapter 440 Zoning Related to signage in C-3, M, and IMP Zones
                15-15 Ch 440 Zoning Clarification on required parking spaces
                15-16 Comprehensive Land Use Plan Future Land Use Map Amendment

                Resolutions Adopted in 2015:
                15-R-01 Municipal Election
                15-R-02 Debts on Tax Bills and Appeals Adopting a list of other debts owed to the 亚美游首页 to be added to tax bills and setting forth the procedure for appeals
                15-R-03 Opposing Truck Size or Weight Increases
                15-R-04 I & I Funding Introduction Proposed USDA funding for inflow and infiltration repairs
                15-R-05 I & I Funding Approval To proceed with USDA funding for inflow and infiltration repairs
                15-R-06 Budgets FY2015 Revised Operating Budget and FY2016 Operating Budget and Capital Improvement Budget
                15-R-07 I & I Funding – USDA Loan Terms
                15-R-08 Refinance Referendum Introduction Proposed funding to refinance 4 water and sewer loans
                15-R-09 Refinance Referendum Special Election Establishes a time and place for a referendum vote to refinance 4 water and sewer loans
                15-R-11 Short term Borrowing for I&I
                15-R-12 CDBG Authorizes application submittal and Kent County to act as representative
                15-R-13 CDBG Supports fair housing

                Proclamations Adopted in 2015:
                City Goes Red Month & Wear Red Day
                Madison Peterman’s Random Acts of Kindness Day March 25, 2015
                80th Anniversary of Social Security Act August 15, 2015
                Red Ribbon Week October 23-31

                Ordinances Adopted in 2014:
                14-01 Chapter 314 Rental Propeties To add a purpose statement and definition of rental dwelling unit
                14-02 Chapter 365 Streets and Sidewalks Relating to snow removal from sidewalks
                14-03 Chapter 212 Floodplain Regulations Repeals and replaces the floodplain regulations
                14-04 Chapter 180 Municipal Fees To adopt an updated fee schedule
                14-04 Chapter 180 Municipal Fees  To update requirements
                14-06 Chapter 330 Sewers To incorporate a new rate structure
                14-07 Chapter 425 Water To incorporate a new rate structure
                14-08 Chapter 399 Payment for Utilities To incorporate a new rate structure
                14-09 Chapter 440 Zoning To increase the time of the extension that can be granted on site plan approval
                14-10 Chapter 120 Businiess Licenses To revise the penalty for operating without a license
                114-11 Chapter 314 Rental Properties To revise the penalty for operating without a license
                14-12 Chapter 212 Floodplain Regulations To revised the definition of Historic Structure
                14-13 Chapter 180 Municipal Fees Relating to water meter and irrigation meter permit costs
                14-14 Chapter 180 Municipal Fees Relating to the fees for water usage
                14-15 – Adopted in 2015
                14-16 Chapter 314 Rental Properties To add an exemption from the crime-free housing seminar for certified property managers and licensed real estate agents
                14-17 Chapter 180 Municipal Fees For Public Works hourly rate and sewer service
                14-18 Chapter 330 Sewers To remove the rate classification for in-City users with individual sewer meters

                Resolutions Adopted in 2014:
                14-R-01 2014 Municipal Election
                14-R-02 Debts on Tax Bills and Appeals
                14-R-03 Opposing HB 230
                14-R-04 Budgets FY 2014 Revised Operating Budget and FY 2015 Operating Budget
                14-R-05 Friendship Village Tax Credit
                14-R-06 Thank you to State and County Officials
                14-R-07 CDBG Authorizes application submittal and Kent County to act as representative
                14-R-08 CDBG Supports fair housing

                Proclamations Adopted in 2014:
                City Goes Red Month & Wear Red Day
                Chief of the Year
                Pancreatic Cancer Awareness Month

                Ordinances Adopted in 2013:
                13-01 Chapter 330 Sewers Relating to EDU calculation
                13-02 Chapter 425 Water Relating to EDU calculation
                13-03 Chapter 314 Rental Properties Relating to lease addendum
                13-04 Comprehensive Land Use Plan Adoption Link to the Comprehensive Land Use Plan
                13-05 Chapter 180 Fees Increasing the quarterly trash rate by $1.57
                13-06 had a first reading only and was not adopted

                Resolutions Adopted in 2013:
                13-R-01 Deferred Compensation Plan
                13-R-02 CDBG Community Development Block Grant Hanley Street Project
                13-R-03 Election  2013 Regular Municipal Election
                13-R-04 Charter Changes
                13-R-05 Debts on Tax Bills and Appeals
                13-R-06 Official Map
                13-R-07 Kent County Economic Roundtable
                13-R-08 Reaffirmation of Charter Changes
                13-R-09 FY13 Revised Operating Budget, FY14 Operating Budget, and FY14 Capital Improvement Budget
                13-R-10 Naming of Freedom Park Pavillion after Polie Chief Norman Barlow
                13-R-11 Freedom Park Grant to apply for a grant for park improvements
                13-R-12 Discover Bank Signers
                13-R-13 CDBG authorizes application submittaland Kent County to act as representative
                13-R-14 CDBG supports fair housing

                Proclamations Adopted in 2013:
                November as Pancreatic Cancer Awareness Month