§ 30.155  ORDINANCES, ORDERS AND RESOLUTIONS.
   (A)   An ORDINANCE means a general act of the County Fiscal Court enforceable by law or an appropriation of money; all other acts are motions, orders or resolutions.
   (B)   All ordinances shall be introduced in writing; relate one subject only; and contain a title, which expresses the subject matter concisely.
   (C)   There shall be inserted between the title and the body of each county ordinance an enacting clause written in the following manner: “Be It Ordained by the Fiscal Court, the County of Franklin, Commonwealth of Kentucky.”
   (D)   County ordinances shall have a first reading followed by a second reading and adoption by the Fiscal Court.
   (E)   County ordinances shall be amended by ordinance and only by setting out in full each amended section.
   (F)   No county ordinance shall be passed until it has been published pursuant to KRS Ch. 424. Prior to passage, ordinances may be published in summary. Publication shall include the time, date and place within the county where a copy of the full text of the proposed ordinance is available for public inspection. In the event consideration for passage is continued from the initial reading to a subsequent date, no further publication is necessary provided that at each meeting the time, date and place of the next meeting is announced.
   (G)   All county ordinances and amendments shall be published and shall be placed on the county’s website after passage and may be published in full or in summary.
(Ord. 4-2014, passed 7-31-2014, § 6.6)