Establishes licensing for "GreenThumb" (urban) gardens. Also establishes certain procedures with respect to the transfer of the lots upon which such gardens are located; and requires, with some exceptions, city-owned land under the jurisdiction of the Housing Preservation and Development Department that contains a garden to be used as gardens unless the land is mapped as parkland.
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Although not entitled "intent" or "purpose" this language is provided: "This chapter establishes certain procedures with respect to the operation of Gardens registered and licensed on September 17, 2010, or first registered and licensed within the exercise of DPR's and HPD's discretion after September 17, 2010. This chapter also establishes certain procedures with respect to the Transfer of the Lots upon which such Gardens are located." (See § 42-02, which is titled "Application".)
Licensing criteria and a garden review process are set forth in sections 42-03 and 42.05. §§ 42-03; 42.05.
Default, loss of license (sec. 42-03(a)).
Chapter 42: Greenthumb Gardens is located in Title 28: Housing Preservation and Development. History: the enacting/amending ordinance is not specified.