§ 50.138  RELATIONSHIP TO OTHER LAWS, REGULATIONS AND PRIVATE AGREEMENTS.
   (A)   Conflict of laws.  This subchapter is not intended to modify or repeal any other ordinance, rule, regulation or other provision of law. The requirements of this subchapter are in addition to the requirements of any other ordinance, rule, regulation or other provision of law. Where any provision of this subchapter imposes restrictions different from those imposed by any other ordinance, rule, regulation or other provision of law, whichever provision is more restrictive or imposes higher protective standards for human or environmental health, safety, and welfare shall control.
   (B)   Private agreements.  This subchapter is not intended to revoke or repeal any easement, covenant, or other private agreement. However, where the regulations of this subchapter are more restrictive or impose higher standards or requirements than such an easement, covenant, or other private agreement, the requirements of this subchapter shall govern. Nothing in this subchapter shall modify or repeal any private covenant or deed restriction, but such covenant or restriction shall not legitimize any failure to comply with this subchapter. In no case shall the town be obligated to enforce the provisions of any easements, covenants, or agreements between private parties.
(Ord. 1538, passed 5-24-07)