Chapter 9 TAXES, PERMITS AND BUSINESS REGULATIONS 1

 

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Editor's note(s)—
Ord. No. 4910, § 2, adopted November 9, 2021, amended ch. 9 by repealing articles II—IV, and reorganizing provisions into art. I to read as set out as set out herein. Former ch. 9, §§ 9-26—9-200, pertained to privilege license tax, massage and bodywork therapy regulations, and adult establishments, and derived from Ord. No. 1855, §§ 1—33, adopted June 16, 1990; Ord. No. 1918, §§ 1, 2, adopted May 21, 1991; Ord. No. 2176, § 1, adopted Jan. 24, 1995; Ord. No. 2580, § 1, adopted June 8, 1999; Ord. No. 3639, § 1, adopted July 22, 2008; Ord. No. 3660, § 1, adopted Nov. 11, 2008; Ord. No. 3909, § 1, adopted Oct. 26, 2010; Ord. No. 4170, §§ 1(a), 1(b), 1(c), 1(d), 1(e), 1(f), 1(g), 1(h), adopted March 12, 2013.
Cross reference(s)—
Asheville Downtown Commission,
§ 2-76
; buildings and building regulations,
ch. 4
; fire prevention and protection,
ch. 6
; offenses and miscellaneous provisions,
ch. 11
; alarm systems,
§ 13-31
; soil erosion and sedimentation control,
ch. 14
; selling and entertaining in public places,
§ 16-141
; subdivisions,
ch. 17
; taxicabs and vehicles for hire,
ch. 18
; zoning, app. A.
State law reference(s)—
Regulating and licensing businesses, trades, etc., G.S. 160A-194.