Prohibits the keeping of horses, cows, swine, sheep, goats, or poultry in Residential, Single Family Districts, except under the conditions of § 4.2.38, relating to supplementary regulations allowing certain urban agriculture uses.
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"It is the intent of these districts to provide for single-family areas of low to medium density together with public and semipublic buildings and facilities and accessory structures as may be desirable and compatible with such development, as well as surrounding development. Nonresidential uses in these districts may be subject to restrictions and requirements necessary to preserve and protect the single-family residential character of these districts." Sec. 4.5.1.
See Article 3, Administrative Mechanisms.
"A fine imposed pursuant to this section shall not exceed $250.00 per day for a first violation and shall not exceed $500.00 per day for a repeat violation, and, in addition, may include all costs of repairs pursuant to section 15.4.1 above. However, if the code enforcement board finds the violation to be irreparable or irreversible in nature, it may impose a fine not to exceed $5,000.00 per violation." Article 15.4.
Appendix B-Land Development Regulations; Article 4-Zoning regulations; § 4.5.4-residential single family. History: Ord. No. 7-03, § 2, 6-9-2003; Ord. No. 16-03, § 2, 9-8-2003; Ord. No. 10-04, § 2, 7-12-2004; Ord. No. 16-12, § 2, 11-26-2012.