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VENTURA COUNTY NON-COASTAL ZONING ORDINANCE DIVISION 8, CHAPTER 1 OF THE VENTURA COUNTY ORDINANCE CODE LAST AMENDED 3-18-14 VENTURA COUNTY PLANNING DIVISION (This page intentionally left blank.) To purchase the Ventura County Non-Coastal Zoning Ordinance:
II - Appendices APPENDIX A HISTORY OF LAND USE PLANNING IN DAMARISCOTTA FROM 1961 TO 2013 Land Use Ordinances In 1972, Maine developed a model ordinance requiring the towns with fresh and/or salt water bodies to adopt Shoreland Use standards.
INCOME TAX MANUAL PART I INCOME TAX ORDINANCE, 2001 AMENDED UPTO 30TH JUNE, 2015 1 F.No.2(1)/2001—Pub.— The following Ordinance promulgated by the President is hereby published for general information:— AN ORDINANCE To consolidate and amend the law relating to income tax WHEREAS it is expedient to consolidate and amend the law relating to income tax and to provide for matters ancillary thereto or connected therewith;
Other cities such as Madeira Beach have passed a “Leave no Trace” ordinance to deal with property left on the beach.
REPORT To the Honorable Mayor and City Council From the City Manager October 17, 2016 SUBJECT Ordinance Amending Municipal Code Section 2.27.6 for an Adjustment to City of Redwood City Elections to Adhere to the California Voter Participation Rights Act (California State Senate Bill 415) RECOMMENDATION Waive first reading and introduce an Ordinance amending Section 2.27.6 of the Redwood City Municipal Code regarding General Municipal Elections The SB 415 Council Ad Hoc Committee (Council Members Aguirre, Gee, and Masur) recommend that the City Council introduce an ordinance to extend the terms of each existing Council member by an additional 12 months, and move the November 2017 election to November 2018, and the November 2019 election to November 2020, to adhere to the requirements of SB 415 BACKGROUND On September 1, 2015, Governor Brown signed Senate Bill 415 (SB 415), “The California Voter Participation Rights Act.” SB 415 was adopted to address waning civic engagement due to declining voter turnout in federal, state, and local elections.
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May 5, 2017 City of Seattle Department of Finance and Administrative Services Attn: Mr. Matthew Eng P.O. Box 94689 Seattle, WA 981244689 DriverRepresentation@seattle.gov Dear Mr. Eng: We, the undersigned drivers and community members of Drive Forward Seattle, submit the following public comments on the proposed rule changes released by your office on April 21, 2017. First, in general, we are increasingly alarmed by the City’s clumsy and unprofessional administration of this flawed ordinance. Not only was the ordinance originally passed with no public dialogue and no input from the very people it would affect most drivers but the City has ignored our voices every step of the way. Hundreds of us have offered comments, suggestions, and testimony during this process, but we have been ignored. The release of this latest set of rules only provides further confirmation the goal of this effort is not to help the drivers. This is not the progressive City we know that claims to be inclusive and to care about people like us. Second, we are extremely concerned by the Department of Finance and Administrative Services’ sudden decision to make changes to supposedly “final” rules several months after beginning implementation of the ordinance. How can the rules change after they were already final? How do we know they won’t change again? Even more disturbing, none of the new changes reflect the extensive feedback you have received from drivers. Where did these proposed changes come from? Whose interests are you protecting with these new changes? It certainly is not drivers. Third, now that you have reopened the rules, we would again implore you to listen to the voices of drivers like us and make the following changes to the rules that we have previously asked for on many occasions: ● Every driver affected by this ordinance should have a vote on union representation. The City has been working on this ordinance for nearly a year and a half, and we have not once heard the City offer any logical explanation based upon any reliable evidence or fact as to why only certain drivers get a vote on an issue that will impact their future. Why are you denying thousands of drivers this fundamental right? ● Every driver that would be bound by a resulting contract should get a final vote on whether to approve or disapprove that agreement. This has been a basic part of labor law for decades. Why won’t you guarantee drivers a final up or down vote on the contract. Why are you giving the right of approval or rejection to the Director? ● Drivers should have real protections from harassment and intimidation from any organization seeking to represent us. The rules currently include protections against harassment by other parties but not from the organization that has the most to gain from securing our signatures. Why won’t you provide us with these protections? Please do not ignore these objections both to the proposed rules and to the City’s flawed rulemaking process like you have done in the past. We cannot understand why the City didn’t offer ANY response to Drive Forward’s February 17, 2017, letter raising a number of major objections to approving the Teamsters’ QDR application. Our letter laid out the Teamsters’ massive conflict of interest in trying to represent independent drivers like us after years of fighting to stop us from earning money as drivers including fighting to keep us out of the airport, suing to kick TNCs out of Seattle entirely, and capping the number of drivers at 150. How could an organization whose interests directly conflict with the interests of the drivers they seek to represent be certified as a QDR? These are serious questions but we received no answers. The City’s defective process has clearly not put the interests of drivers first. In conclusion, we, the drivers and community members of Drive Forward Seattle affected by this ordinance, implore you once again to begin protecting the interests of drivers by listening to our concerns and revising the rules so that o ur privacy is protected and that e very driver gets a vote on representation and any final contract. Respectfully submitted, Ourang Ahdifard David Gilmore Steven Muskovits Belal Ahmed Immanuel Gitamo Yebeta Mwiba Greg Allan Jordan Goyne Mulugeta Negash Teshim Awalom Eric Grant Paul Nelwan Robert Baird Anthony Gray Ramon Nunez David Baker Ali Guireh Kari Olson Joseph Beaumier Jawed Hasham Mohamed Omar Kabir Bello Harry Hearns Gina Opacki Alejandro Bey Chuck Hinson William Parfitt Stephanie Bloom Larry Hirata Ryan Peart Kathryn Bohot Carl Hoffman Marianne Pence Elod Boromisza Jon Holley Bradley Peterson Leslie Braggs Jesse Itula Lao Phan Daniel Bretzke Leonard Jackson, Jr.
Ordinance Annexing Two Parcels of Property Located at 2413 Boundary Street on Port Royal Island - 2nd Reading Ordinance Zoning Two Parcels of Property Located at 2413 Boundary Street T5Urban Corridor - 2nd Reading Ordinance Revising Section 3.6.2.C.2 of the Beaufort Code Pertaining to Short Term Rentals - 2nd Reading FY 2017 Budget Amendment #6 - 2nd Reading Amend Section 7-13003 of the Hospitality Fee Ordinance - 2nd Reading VIII.NEW BUSINESS A.
Do I have to print out all pages or just the signature page? We need you to print out all pages and attach it to the signature page. That way the city knows that you were not just shown the signature page but the entire ordinance.
..Body CITY COUNCIL OF THE City of Annapolis 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 31 32 33 34 35 36 37 38 39 40 41 42 43 44 45 46 Ordinance 40-16 Introduced by:
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Plaintiffs seek injunctive relief preventing the enforcement of the City of Arlington’s ordinance prohibiting interactions between pedestrians and occupants of vehicles at particular intersections in Arlington, asserting the ordinance unconstitutionally prohibits Plaintiffs’ free speech rights.
2016 Moore Township Planning Board Proposed Ordinance Revision DRAFT 9.21.16 Randy Filkins, Planning Board Chairman This document is the most recent works of the Moore Township Planning Board as a result of several years of work.