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City Council Hears Ordinances on First Reading

January 30, 2013
City Council Hears Ordinances on First Reading

  01/31/13 Plymouth City Attorney, Sean Surrisi presented two ordinance amendments to the Common Council on Monday evening for first readings. The first ordinance amends the City Ordinance concerning the Aviation Board and states, “At this time  the Plymouth Board of Aviation Commissioners seeks to explore the possibility of leasing airport land to qualified...
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Commissioners Approve Amendment to Telecommunication and WECS Ordinance

June 20, 2011
Commissioners Approve Amendment to Telecommunication and WECS Ordinance

06/21/11 The rules were suspended and the Marshall County Commissioners passed two amendments to the County’s Zoning Ordinance on all three readings during their meeting Monday morning. Public hearings were held for the amendment to the Wind Energy Conversion System.  Ralph Booker explained that in the “Intent” portion the verbiage could have implied that...
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City Council Approves New Building Permit Items on 2nd Reading

December 28, 2010
City Council Approves New Building Permit Items on 2nd Reading

12/29/10 The Plymouth City Council passed an ordinance to amend the list of items that require building permits on second reading Monday night, but the ordinance will have to wait for final passage at the January 10th meeting. The ordinance amendment has a new permit fee of $100 that would allow foundations to be...
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City Council Approves Amendment to Pretreatment Ordinance

December 28, 2010
City Council Approves Amendment to Pretreatment Ordinance

12/09/10 The City of Plymouth has a new amendment to its Pretreatment Program/Sewer Use Ordinance. An ordinance to amend the city’s pretreatment sewer program was passed on second and third reading by the Plymouth Common Council Monday. The ordinance brings the city in line with new requirements of the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) and...
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