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ORDINANCE NO. D-249
An ordinance to revise all the ordinances of the Village of Morrill, Nebraska, to repeal prior ordinances, to require filing, and to provide an effective date.
BE IT ORDAINED BY THE MAYOR, CHAIRPERSON AND BOARD OF TRUSTEES OF Morrill, Nebraska
Section 1. The general ordinances of the Village of Morrill, Nebraska are hereby revised, codified, and printed in book form as the "Code of Ordinances of Morrill, Nebraska" consisting of the following Titles:
TITLE I: GENERAL PROVISIONS
10. General Provisions
11. Village Standards
TITLE 3: ADMINISTRATION
30. Elected Officials; Ordinances
31. Appointed Village Officials
32. Departments, Boards, and Commissions
33. General Provisions
35. Finance and Revenue
36. Personnel Regulations
TITLE 5: PUBLIC WORKS
50. General Provisions
53. Plumbing and Sewer Code
54. Electric Light System
TITLE VII: TRAFFIC CODE
70. General Provisions
71. Traffic Regulations
72. Parking Regulations
73. All Terrain Vehicles
TITLE IX: GENERAL REGULATIONS
90. Leisure and Recreation
91. Abandoned Vehicles
92. Health and Safety; Nuisances
93. Public Ways
95. Fire Regulations
TITLE XI: BUSINESS REGULATIONS
110. Business Licensing
111. Hawker, Peddlers, Buyers and Solicitors
112. Soliciting Funds
113. Alcoholic Beverages
TITLE XIII: GENERAL OFFENSES
130. Property Offenses
131. Offenses Against Public Order
132. Offenses Against Public Justice and Administration
133. Offenses Against Public Health and Safety
134. Offenses Against Public Morals
TITLE XV: LAND USAGE
150. Building Regulations
152. Subdivision Regulations
153. Comprehensive Plan
154. Zoning Code
TABLE OF SPECIAL ORDINANCES
References to Nebraska Revised Statutes
References to 1979 Code of Ordinances
References to Ordinances
Section 2. The Code of Ordinances contains all of the provisions of a general nature pertaining to the subjects enumerated and embraced in the code. All prior ordinances pertaining to the subjects treated by the code are repealed, except that nothing shall affect any rights acquired under actions involving, or fines, penalties, forfeitures, or liabilities incurred pursuant to such ordinances prior to repeal.
Section 3. All ordinances of a temporary or special nature and all other ordinances pertaining to subjects not embraced in the Code of Ordinances, including ordinances specified in this section, shall remain in full force and effect unless repealed expressly or by necessary implication.
1. Vacating or setting the boundaries of street, alleys, or other public places.
2. Annexing or detaching territory.
3. Granting or accepting easements, plats, or dedication of land to public use.
4. Providing for the acquisition or conveyance of real or personal property.
5. Authorizing or directing public improvements to be made.
6. Levying taxes or special assessments.
7. Appropriating money.
8. Granting franchises or special licenses.
9. Providing for the issuance of bonds or other instruments of indebtedness.
Section 4. At least one copy of the Code of Ordinances shall be on file in the office of the Village Clerk and available for inspection by members of the public during the hours the office is kept open for the ordinary transaction of business. The Clerk shall file a copy of the ordinances with the County Court.
Section 5. This ordinance shall be in full force and shall take effect from and after its passage, approval and publication according to law.
Passed and approved January 11th, 2005.
Dennis Ostendorf /s/
Chairman, Board of Trustees
Tammy Cooley /s/