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ORDINANCE #22

(9-5-1910)

 

AN ORDINANCE TO PROHIBIT THE PLANTING OF POPLAR OR BOX ALDER TREES

WITHIN THREE HUNDRED (300) FEET FROM ANY EXISTING SEWER OR FROM THE

LINE OF ANY SEWER TO BE HEREAFTER BUILT AS SHOWN ON THE MAPS, PLANS

AND PROFILES FOR THE SEWER SYSTEM OF THE VILLAGE OF NASHVILLE AS

HERETOFORE ADOPTED AS AND FOR THE OFFICIAL MAPS FOR SAID SEWER SYSTEM.

 

THE VILLAGE OF NASHVILLE, MICHIGAN ORDAINS:

 

SECTION 1.

 

It shall be unlawful for any persons, firm or corporation to set out or plant any poplar or box alder trees within three hundred (300) feet from any existing sewer or from the line of any sewer to be hereafter built as shown on the maps, plans and profiled for the sewer system of the Village of Nashville, Michigan as heretofore approved and adopted by the Village Council of the Village of Nashville as and for the official maps, plans and profile for a sewer system for the Village of

Nashville.

 

SECTION 2.

 

Penalties for Violation:  Any person, firm, corporation, or other entity who violates any term or provision of this Ordinance is responsible for a municipal civil infraction and shall be punished by a civil fine of $25 for a first violation, $50 for a second violation, and $100 for a third or subsequent violation and shall be liable for the payment of costs in an amount of not less than $9.00 and not more than $500.

       

This ordinance shall take effect the 6th day of October, AD, 1910.

 

Passed and approved by the Village Council of the Village of Nashville this 5th day of September, AD, 1910.