ADOPTING ORDINANCE NO. 84-12
   AN ORDINANCE TO APPROVE, ADOPT AND ENACT THE CODIFIED ORDINANCES OF THE VILLAGE OF UTICA, OHIO; TO REPEAL ORDINANCES IN CONFLICT THEREWITH; TO PROVIDE FOR SUBSEQUENT LEGISLATION; TO PUBLISH THE ENACTMENT OF NEW. MATTER THEREIN;
   WHEREAS, the Council of the Village of Utica, Ohio, has had the matter of codification and general revision of the ordinances before it for some time; and
   WHEREAS, it has heretofore entered into a contract with the Walter H. Drane Company to prepare and publish such codification; and
   WHEREAS , the codification of such ordinances, together with the new matter to be adopted, the matters to be amended and those to be repealed are before the Council;
   NOW THEREFORE BE IT ORDAINED by the Council of the Village of Utica, Ohio, that:
   SECTION 1. That the ordinances of the Village of Utica, Ohio, of a general and permanent nature, as revised, codified, rearranged and consolidated into component codes, titles, chapters and sections are hereby approved, adopted and enacted as the Codified Ordinances of Utica, Ohio, 1985.
   
   One book-form copy of the Codified Ordinances shall be certified as correct by the Mayor and the Clerk-Treasurer, attached to this Ordinance as a part hereof, and filed with the permanent records of the Village of Utica, Ohio.
   SECTION 2.  That the provisions of this Ordinance, including all provisions of the Codified Ordinances, shall be in full force and effect as provided in Section 5 of this Ordinance. All ordinances and resolutions or parts thereof enacted prior to November 5, 1984, which are inconsistent with any provisions of the Codified Ordinances, are hereby repealed as of the effective date of this Ordinance except as follows:
   (a)    The enactment of the Codified Ordinances shall not be construed to affect a right or liability accrued or incurred under any legislative provisions prior to the effective date of such enactment, or any action or proceeding for the enforcement of such right or liability. Such enactment shall not be construed to relieve any person from punishment for any act committed in the violation of any such legislative provisions, nor to affect an indictment or prosecution thereof. For such purpose, any such legislative provision shall continue in full force notwithstanding its repeal for the purpose of revision and codification.
   (b)    The repeal provided above shall not effect:
      (1)    The grant or creation of a franchise, license, right, easement, or privilege.
      (2)    The purchase, sale, lease or transfer of property.
      (3)    The appropriation or expenditure of money or promise or guarantee of payment.
      (4)    The assumption of any contract or obligation.
      (5)    The issuance and delivery of any bonds, obligations or other instruments of indebtedness.
      (6)    The levy or imposition of taxes, assessments or charges.
      (7)    The establishment, naming, vacating or grade level of any street or public way.
      (8)    The dedication of property or plat approval.
      (9)    The annexation or detachment of territory.
      (10)    Any legislation enacted subsequent to November 5, 1984.
   SECTION 3. That all legislation enacted subsequent to November 5, 1984, which amended, replaced or otherwise affected a material provision of those ordinances existing prior to November 5, 1984, shall be deemed to amend, replace or affect the analogous or comparable section of the Codified Ordinances as reflected in the Comparative Section Table of the same, or as otherwise indicated by the content or purpose of such subsequent legislation.
   SECTION 4.  That the Clerk-Treasurer, pursuant to Ohio R.C. 731.23, shall cause to be published in a manner required by law a summary of the new matter contained in the Codified Ordinances.
   SECTION 5.  That this Ordinance is hereby declared to be an emergency measure necessary for the immediate preservation of the public peace, health, safety and welfare of the residents of the Village, the reason for the necessity being that there exists an imperative need for the earliest publication and distribution of the Codified Ordinances to the officials and residents of the Village, so as to facilitate administration, daily operation and avoid practical and legal
entanglements.
   Passed and adopted by the Council of the Village of Utica on
   April 8, 1985                              .
Alva L. Shomaker
Mayor
 
Marcia Shomaker
Clerk-Treasurer
 
 
CONTENTS
PRELIMINARY UNIT
CODIFIED ORDINANCES OF UTICA, OHIO
      PART ONE - Administrative Code
      PART THREE - Traffic Code
      PART FIVE - General Offenses Code
      PART SEVEN - Business Regulation Code
      PART NINE - Streets, Utilities and Public Services Code
      PART ELEVEN - Planning and Zoning Code
      PART THIRTEEN - Building Code
      PART FIFTEEN - Fire Prevention Code