City of Fenton, MO
St. Louis County
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Table of Contents
Table of Contents

Section 230.010 Definitions.

Section 230.020 Yard By-Product Compost Facility.

Section 230.030 License To Operate Yard By-Product Compost Facility.

Section 230.040 License — How Acquired — Application Fees.

Section 230.050 Application For Yard By-Product Compost Facility License.

Section 230.060 Initial Determination of Sufficiency of Application.

Section 230.070 Investigation By Director.

Section 230.080 Modification of Materials Facility Plan.

Section 230.090 Standards For Approval of Materials Facility Plan.

Section 230.100 Issuance of License By Director.

Section 230.110 License Personal To Applicant — How Transferred.

Section 230.120 Term of License.

Section 230.130 Cooperation With Other City Departments Permitted.

Section 230.140 Cooperative Agreements Authorized.

Section 230.150 Applicant Becomes Operator Upon Receipt of License.

Section 230.160 Existing Yard By-Product Compost Facilities.

Section 230.170 License To Be Renewed Annually.

Section 230.180 Contents of Report Filed With Application For Annual Renewal License For A Yard By-Product Compost Facility.

Section 230.190 Issuance of Renewal License By Director.

Section 230.200 Annual Licensing Fee.

Section 230.210 Modification of Materials Facility Plan During Effective Period of License Upon Request of Operator — Transfer of License To Another.

Section 230.220 License Suspended or Revoked — When — How.

Section 230.230 Procedure For Suspension or Revocation Hearing.

Section 230.240 Construction To Conform To Requirements of Materials Facility Plan and This Chapter.

Section 230.250 Inspections During Construction.

Section 230.260 Final Approval of Director Required Prior To Operation of Facility.

Section 230.270 Operators of Yard By-Product Compost Facility To Have Insurance.

Section 230.280 Closure Bond.

Section 230.290 Facility's Operation To Comply With Materials Facility Plan.

Section 230.300 Additional Standards For Operation of A Yard By-Product Compost Facility.

Section 230.310 Signs Required At Entrances To Yard By-Product Compost Facility.

Section 230.320 Right-Of-Entry For Inspection and To Remedy Dangerous Conditions.

Section 230.330 Closure of Yard By-Product Compost Facilities.

Section 230.340 Notification of Intent To Close Yard By-Product Compost Facility.

Section 230.010 Definitions.

[R.O. 2006 §206.010; Ord. No. 2374 §1, 4-16-2001]
The following terms, phrases, words and their derivations shall have the meaning given herein:
COMPOST
The biological decomposition of organic constituents under controlled conditions.
DIRECTOR
The Director of the Department of Community Development.
YARD BY-PRODUCT
The source separated leaves, grass clippings, tree trimmings and limbs, yard and garden vegetation and Christmas trees.
YARD BY-PRODUCT COMPOST FACILITY
A non-residential premise which collects and/or accepts recovered yard by-product generated off-site for the purpose of controlled biological decomposition.

Section 230.020 Yard By-Product Compost Facility.

[R.O. 2006 §206.020; Ord. No. 2374 §1, 4-16-2001]
A. 
All yard by-product compost facilities regulated by a municipality shall at least once per year file a statement with the Director registering the yard by-product compost facility. The statement shall contain the information as follows:
1. 
Volumes of yard by-product in cubic yards received by the facility during the previous year.
2. 
Volume of end-use product produced.

Section 230.030 License To Operate Yard By-Product Compost Facility.

[R.O. 2006 §206.030; Ord. No. 2374 §1, 4-16-2001]
No person shall construct or operate a yard by-product compost facility without a current and valid license for the construction and operation thereof.

Section 230.040 License — How Acquired — Application Fees.

[R.O. 2006 §206.040; Ord. No. 2374 §1, 4-16-2001]
A. 
An initial license (as opposed to the annual renewal license) for the construction and operation or expansion of a yard by-product compost facility may be issued by the Director following the procedures declared in this Chapter. An applicant for a license shall file three (3) copies of an application addressed to the Director and filed with the Director. The application shall consist of:
1. 
A request for issuance of a license; and
2. 
A materials facility plan as described below.
B. 
The application shall be accompanied by an application fee based upon the following schedule:
Facility
Fee
Yard by-product compost facility
$200.00
Not-for-profit yard by-product compost facility
$1.00
C. 
The Director shall not process an application which is not accompanied by the application fee set forth in this Section.

Section 230.050 Application For Yard By-Product Compost Facility License.

[R.O. 2006 §206.050; Ord. No. 2374 §1, 4-16-2001]
A. 
An application to the Director for a license to construct and operate a yard by-product compost facility shall contain a written request for the issuance of a license for the construction and operation of a yard by-product compost facility and shall include a facility plan for the construction/operation and closure of the facility, which facility plan shall be consistent with the provisions of this Chapter pertaining to construction and operation of a yard by-product compost facility and shall include the following:
1. 
A legal description and outboundary survey of the property on which the facility is to be located.
2. 
A plan for the construction and operation of the yard by-product compost facility which includes:
a. 
A description of the type of materials the yard by-product compost facility will accept.
b. 
The maximum storage capacity of material which will allow for proper management of the material.
c. 
The technology utilized to process and store the materials.
d. 
Drawings detailing the operation of the yard by-product compost facility.
e. 
Location of the nearest available water source.
f. 
A description of windrow construction (or other approved methodology) to achieve a marketable finished compost product.
g. 
A description of construction of processing and storage bases. Bases shall be designed to shed stormwater and maintain integrity through continued use of heavy equipment.
3. 
Closure plan for the facility.
4. 
A schedule for the construction and completion of the facility stated with respect to the time of the issuance of a license for construction and operation of the facility.
5. 
Local zoning authorizations including a copy of an approved conditional use or special use permit as the case may be (if applicable).
6. 
Multi-locations of the same organization shall file separate information for each location. Application and annual license fees shall apply to each separate location
7. 
Other information as the Director may require to assess suitability of the proposed yard by-product compost facility.

Section 230.060 Initial Determination of Sufficiency of Application.

[R.O. 2006 §206.060; Ord. No. 2374 §1, 4-16-2001]
The Director shall notify an applicant who has submitted an application and application fee for a license to operate a yard by-product compost facility in writing either that the application is certified as meeting all pertinent requirements regarding the form of the application or that the application is deficient with respect to its form and specifically in what manner the application does not comply with minimum application requirements. The Director shall determine whether the representation made in the materials facility plan regarding application for zoning approval has been met. If the application has been determined not to comply with minimum application requirements or the representation concerning application for zoning approval is determined to be false, the applicant so notified shall be required to submit additional information or otherwise correct any noted deficiencies within ninety (90) calendar days from receipt of the Director's letter. If the deficiencies are not corrected within the ninety (90) day period, the Director shall return the application and the application fee to the applicant, unless the applicant and the Director agree that the applicant may have longer than ninety (90) days to respond.

Section 230.070 Investigation By Director.

[R.O. 2006 §206.070; Ord. No. 2374 §1, 4-16-2001]
A. 
The Director shall examine the premises and the application and shall perform such tests and direct the preparation of such studies as will assist him/her in determining:
1. 
Whether the facts contained in the application are accurate.
2. 
Whether the criteria set forth below regarding the standards of issuance of a license are satisfied to the benefit of the residents of Fenton.

Section 230.080 Modification of Materials Facility Plan.

[R.O. 2006 §206.080; Ord. No. 2374 §1, 4-16-2001]
A. 
The Director may require that the applicant modify the materials facility plan for the purposes of:
1. 
Bring the application into compliance with law, although issuance of a license, with or without modifications, is not evidence that the application complies with the requirements of any jurisdiction.
2. 
Ensuring that the construction and operation of the yard by-product compost facility is consistent with the health and welfare of the residents of Fenton.
B. 
Prior to final approval or denial of the license, the Director shall notify the applicant of problems or changes which must be addressed by the applicant prior to approval of the materials facility plan. Within ten (10) days, or such additional time as the Director may grant, the applicant shall submit modifications to address the problems which the Director has indicated. At the discretion of the Director, the Director may continue to require additional changes to be made by applicant. In the event that the Director determines that there are no modifications which can be made to the application which will make it satisfactory, or the Director determines that the modifications or responses made by the applicant do not substantially further the application process, the Director shall notify the applicant and permit ten (10) days for response by the applicant. Thereupon, the Director may terminate consideration of the materials facility for failure to pursue submission of an acceptable materials facility plan.

Section 230.090 Standards For Approval of Materials Facility Plan.

[R.O. 2006 §206.090; Ord. No. 2374 §1, 4-16-2001]
A. 
The Director shall approve the materials facility plan, with or without modifications, or disapprove the materials facility plan based on the following criteria:
1. 
The possible environmental effect on the properties nearby the proposed facility.
2. 
Whether the approval of the materials facility plan would in any way create a hazard or menace to the public health, and whether it would create a nuisance.
3. 
Whether the approval of the materials facility plan would violate the provisions of this Chapter, other laws, or other ordinances or regulations of St. Louis County.
B. 
Any materials facility plan submitted which does not satisfy the above criteria shall not be approved by the Director.
C. 
The Director shall notify the applicant of his/her decision by certified mail, whether approving the materials facility plan or disapproving the materials facility plan.

Section 230.100 Issuance of License By Director.

[R.O. 2006 §206.100; Ord. No. 2374 §1, 4-16-2001]
If a materials facility plan is finally approved by the Director, a license shall be issued by the Director upon payment to the Director of the annual licensing fee described in Section 230.200 and a showing satisfactory to the Director that the insurance requirement of Section 230.270 and the bonding requirement of Section 230.280 have all been met.

Section 230.110 License Personal To Applicant — How Transferred.

[R.O. 2006 §206.110; Ord. No. 2374 §1, 4-16-2001]
The license issued by the Director shall be personal to the applicant and may only be transferred by compliance with Section 230.210.

Section 230.120 Term of License.

[R.O. 2006 §206.120; Ord. No. 2374 §1, 4-16-2001]
The license issued by the Director shall be for a fixed number of years equal to the estimated life of the facility as contained in the approved materials facility plan. Notwithstanding the issuance of a license for a fixed number of years, the materials facility plan and the license must be reviewed annually subject to the provisions of Section 230.180, et seq., and the modifications requested by the operator in the annual application may include a request that the term of the license be changed.

Section 230.130 Cooperation With Other City Departments Permitted.

[R.O. 2006 §206.130; Ord. No. 2374 §1, 4-16-2001]
In the event that City of Fenton ordinances require the Planning Commission or the Director of Community Development to hold a hearing regarding the issuance of a conditional use permit (C.U.P.) or regarding a rezoning which must be affected before the materials facility plan may be lawfully implemented on a site, the Planning Commission and the Director of Community Development may develop and implement a procedure whereby the application submitted to the Director, and the verified application for a conditional use permit or the petition for change of zoning, as the case may be, be consolidated into a single application for the convenience of the applicant, the City and the public.

Section 230.140 Cooperative Agreements Authorized.

[R.O. 2006 §206.140; Ord. No. 2374 §1, 4-16-2001]
A. 
The Director is authorized to cooperate with the Missouri Department of Natural Resources, and any other relevant jurisdiction, individually or in combination for the purposes of:
1. 
Developing and implementing a procedure or procedures whereby the application submitted to the Director and an application concerning the same development submitted in another jurisdiction be consolidated into a single application for the convenience of the applicant, the City and the other jurisdiction or jurisdictions.
2. 
Dividing responsibility for investigation and verification of the information contained in an application, and the impact of implementation of the materials facility plan on the City and the environment, all with the purpose of avoiding duplication of effort by various jurisdictions.

Section 230.150 Applicant Becomes Operator Upon Receipt of License.

[R.O. 2006 §206.150; Ord. No. 2374 §1, 4-16-2001]
Upon receipt of a license issued by the Director, the applicant becomes the operator of the facility for which the license was issued.

Section 230.160 Existing Yard By-Product Compost Facilities.

[R.O. 2006 §206.160; Ord. No. 2374 §1, 4-16-2001]
Yard by-product compost facilities which operated or were licensed to construct or operate pursuant to ordinances and rules in effect prior to the effective date of this Chapter are exempted from the requirement of presenting an initial materials facility plan. Notwithstanding the foregoing, however, the first (1st) renewal application made by the operator of such an existing facility shall contain a plan for closure in compliance with the closure requirements of this Chapter imposed upon applications for new facilities.

Section 230.170 License To Be Renewed Annually.

[R.O. 2006 §206.170; Ord. No. 2374 §1, 4-16-2001]
A. 
Despite the approval of a materials facility plan for a yard by-product compost facility for a fixed number of years, and the issuance of a license for the construction and operation of the facility, the operator of each facility shall apply to renew such license annually for each year beginning with each anniversary date of the issuance of such initial license, whether the construction of the facility is completed or not. The renewal application as set forth in the schedule in Subsection (2) of this Section shall be addressed and delivered to the Director at least thirty (30) days prior to each anniversary date of the initial license, and shall contain:
1. 
A request that a renewal license be issued for a period of one (1) year; and
2. 
A report containing the information required in Section 230.180.

Section 230.180 Contents of Report Filed With Application For Annual Renewal License For A Yard By-Product Compost Facility.

[R.O. 2006 §206.180; Ord. No. 2374 §1, 4-16-2001]
A. 
Every application for a renewal license for a yard by-product compost facility shall contain the following information:
1. 
Any changes in the materials facility plan which must be made to reflect actual usage or conditions.
2. 
Volumes of yard by-product in cubic yards received by the facility during the previous year.
3. 
Volume of end-use product produced.
4. 
A listing of operating problems encountered and solution pursued.

Section 230.190 Issuance of Renewal License By Director.

[R.O. 2006 §206.190; Ord. No. 2374 §1, 4-16-2001]
Upon receipt of the renewal application described in Sections 230.170 and 230.180, and the payment of the basic annual licensing fee as set forth in Section 230.200, the Director shall issue a renewal license for the compost facility. The Director shall not issue the renewal license if the license to operate the facility has been revoked pursuant to this Chapter.

Section 230.200 Annual Licensing Fee.

[R.O. 2006 §206.200; Ord. No. 2374 §1, 4-16-2001]
The basic annual licensing fee shall be as follows:
Facility
Fee
Yard by-product compost facility
$200.00
Not-for-profit yard by-product compost facility
$50.00

Section 230.210 Modification of Materials Facility Plan During Effective Period of License Upon Request of Operator — Transfer of License To Another.

[R.O. 2006 §206.210; Ord. No. 2374 §1, 4-16-2001]
A. 
If the operator believes that an error has been made in the materials facility plan, such that the materials facility plan cannot be effectuated without injury to the public health or welfare, or that the materials facility plan can better be implemented by changes in provisions approved by the Director, the operator may submit a request to the Director containing the reasons for such a belief and the information required in Section 230.180 for a renewal application. The Director shall consider such a request and may modify the materials facility plan to reflect such changes if he/she determines that such changes are necessary to make or continue to make the facility comply with this Chapter or other laws, rules, regulations or ordinances, or to make or continue to make such facility operate in a manner that protects the public health or welfare.
B. 
If the operator wishes to transfer his/her license to operate a yard by-product compost facility to another, and another person wishes to accept the transfer of the license, the operator shall file a statement with the Director so stating that the operator wishes to make such transfer. The person wishing to operate the facility shall file an application containing the information required by Section 230.180 along with a statement that such person desires to assume the rights, duties and obligations of operation of the facility. The application shall be processed as an application under Subsection (A) of this Section. Upon issuance of the license with modifications, which modifications shall include an indication that the license is transferred to the person desiring to take over operation of the facility, such person shall become the operator of the facility; however, nothing herein shall relieve the prior operator of any liability connected with events occurring during the period in which the prior operator operated or was licensed to operate such facility.

Section 230.220 License Suspended or Revoked — When — How.

[R.O. 2006 §206.220; Ord. No. 2374 §1, 4-16-2001]
A. 
A license for operation of a yard by-product compost facility may be suspended or revoked, following hearing before the Director, for any one (1) or more of the following reasons:
1. 
Failure to comply with the provisions of the materials facility plan.
2. 
Failure to comply with the provisions of this Chapter applicable to the facility.
3. 
Failure to operate the facility in a manner consistent with the public health and welfare and the health and welfare of persons operating and using the facility.
B. 
For a violation of any of the above, the Director shall suspend the license of the operator to operate the facility during the period such violation continues to exist; or, if the violation can only exist during operation, the suspension shall be until such time as the operator establishes a procedure satisfactory to the Director which remedies the violation.
C. 
For a willful misstatement of facts contained in any application or renewal application, the Director may revoke the license or renewal license.

Section 230.230 Procedure For Suspension or Revocation Hearing.

[R.O. 2006 §206.230; Ord. No. 2374 §1, 4-16-2001]
The Director shall provide at least ten (10) calendar days' notice to the operator of the hearing to be held to consider the suspension or revocation of the license of the operator to operate a yard by-product compost facility. The hearing shall be open to the public.

Section 230.240 Construction To Conform To Requirements of Materials Facility Plan and This Chapter.

[R.O. 2006 §206.240; Ord. No. 2374 §1, 4-16-2001]
No person shall construct a yard by-product compost facility in a manner that does not comply with the materials facility plan approved by the Director of such facility or with the requirements of this Chapter.

Section 230.250 Inspections During Construction.

[R.O. 2006 §206.250; Ord. No. 2374 §1, 4-16-2001]
During any period of construction (initial, expansion or modification) of a yard by-product compost facility, the Director shall be permitted access to the facility at reasonable times for the purpose of determining whether the construction of the facility conforms to the materials facility plan.

Section 230.260 Final Approval of Director Required Prior To Operation of Facility.

[R.O. 2006 §206.260; Ord. No. 2374 §1, 4-16-2001]
Notwithstanding the final approval of a materials facility plan and issuance of a license to construct and operate a yard by-product compost facility, the facility shall not begin to operate and accept material until there is final approval in writing by the Director indicating that a final inspection of the facility following construction has been completed and that the facts then in possession of the Director indicate that the facility has been constructed according to the materials facility plan. Final approval in writing by the Director is also required for final construction of facility modification prior to the continued operation in an area affected by the construction.

Section 230.270 Operators of Yard By-Product Compost Facility To Have Insurance.

[R.O. 2006 §206.270; Ord. No. 2374 §1, 4-16-2001]
A. 
No license for the construction and operation of a yard by-product compost facility shall be issued nor shall such a facility be operated until and unless the applicant acquires public liability insurance approved by the Director governing all proposed operations of the applicant pertaining to the business of constructing and operating a yard by-product compost facility. The insurance shall be with an insurer acceptable to the Director and shall include coverage in one (1) policy or multiple polices for any contractors or subcontractors engaged by the insured for such business. Evidence of such insurance shall be filed with the Director.
B. 
No license for the construction and operation of yard by-product compost facility shall be issued nor shall such a facility be operated until and unless the applicant provides insurance with Workers' Compensation insurance, with minimum limits as set by law. The insurance must be approved by the Director and shall be with an insurer acceptable to the Director and shall include coverage in one (1) policy or multiple policies for any contractors or subcontractors engaged by the insured for such business.
C. 
No insurance policy required by this Section shall be approved by the Director unless it provides that notice will be given by the insurer in the event the policy is terminated or canceled.
D. 
The insured shall give notice to the Director if any policy required by this Section is terminated or canceled.

Section 230.280 Closure Bond.

[R.O. 2006 §206.280; Ord. No. 2374 §1, 4-16-2001]
No person shall construct or operate a yard by-product compost facility without providing a bond required for closure as provided by this Section for closure. The bond provided pursuant to this Section shall be in an amount, based upon the active composting area of the facility during the following twelve (12) months and modified by the renewal license process, which assures that the facility will be properly closed if events occur within the two (2) year period following the beginning of the most recent licensing or renewal period which require that the facility be closed. The bond may be a cash or corporate bond. If a cash bond is offered, the cash shall be deposited with the City of Fenton, who shall give a receipt therefor. If a cash bond is offered, the interest may be used to fulfill the bond obligation if necessary; however, to the extent such interest remains unused at the expiration of the bond, it shall be returned to the person providing the bond. If a corporate bond is offered, it shall be executed by a surety or guaranty company qualified to transact business in the State of Missouri and filed with the City of Fenton. The bond must be approved by the City Attorney.

Section 230.290 Facility's Operation To Comply With Materials Facility Plan.

[R.O. 2006 §206.290; Ord. No. 2374 §1, 4-16-2001]
A. 
No person shall operate a yard by-product compost facility in a manner that does not comply with the materials facility plan approved by the Director for such facility and which does not comply with the requirements of this Chapter pertaining to operation of such facility. Failure to comply with the materials facility plan or operation of a yard by-product compost facility shall be a violation by the person in whose name the license is issued, as well as every agent, employee or contractor assigned to construct or operate the facility who:
1. 
Does acts precluded by the materials facility plan or this Chapter, or
2. 
Fails to do acts required by the materials facility plan or this Chapter, or
3. 
Fails to maintain conditions required by the materials facility plan or this Chapter, or
4. 
Maintains conditions prohibited by the materials facility plan or this Chapter.

Section 230.300 Additional Standards For Operation of A Yard By-Product Compost Facility.

[R.O. 2006 §206.300; Ord. No. 2374 §1, 4-16-2001]
A. 
Yard by-product compost facilities shall adhere to the following requirements:
1. 
A sign listing materials accepted and not accepted must be visible at the entrance of the facility.
2. 
A facility shall not accept material beyond that which can be properly managed.
3. 
Materials for composting shall be stored in a manner that will minimize the generation of odor and aesthetic problems, prevent spontaneous combustion and the harborage of vectors, and does not create a public health nuisance.
4. 
Vector control programs shall be implemented to prevent or rectify vector problems.
5. 
Surface watercourses and runoff shall be diverted to storm sewers, detention ponds or other approved collection methods.
6. 
Materials easily moved by wind shall be stored in such a manner so as to prevent such material from becoming airborne and scattered.
7. 
Fire extinguishers shall be provided and accessible.
8. 
Persons not authorized shall not be permitted to remove or scavenge in the materials deposited at the facility.
9. 
Facility must meet all zoning restrictions.
10. 
Records shall be maintained on site covering the following matters:
a. 
Major problems and complaints.
b. 
Vector control efforts.
c. 
Records on litter control efforts.
d. 
Records on quantity (volume/tons) of materials received.
e. 
Records on quantity (volume/tons) of end product distributed.
11. 
Compliance with handling, storage and disposal requirements for materials regulated under Federal, State and/or local jurisdictions shall be met.

Section 230.310 Signs Required At Entrances To Yard By-Product Compost Facility.

[R.O. 2006 §206.310; Ord. No. 2374 §1, 4-16-2001]
There shall be displayed at each entrance to each yard by-product compost facility a sign containing the following information in letters at least two (2) inches high and one-half (½) inch wide, the words "The following materials will be accepted at this facility:" followed by a list of materials which will not be accepted at the facility.

Section 230.320 Right-Of-Entry For Inspection and To Remedy Dangerous Conditions.

[R.O. 2006 §206.320; Ord. No. 2374 §1, 4-16-2001]
A. 
The Director is authorized, with or without probable cause to believe that a specific violation exists, to enter and inspect yard by-product compost premises at any time to ensure that the facility is being operated consistently with the materials facility plan, this Chapter, and in the interests of the health and welfare of the residents of the City of Fenton. Routine inspections shall be made during normal operational hours of the facility. Where there is a suspected hazard, entry may be made at any time.
B. 
If the Director is or becomes aware of a violation of the provisions of the materials facility plan pertaining to the construction or operation of a yard by-product compost facility or is or becomes aware of a violation of a provision of this Chapter pertaining to construction or operation of such a facility or is or becomes aware of a condition which threatens the health and welfare of the residents of the County, he/she may make a reasonable attempt to notify the operator, or owner of the premises or person in possession if there is no license, and direct such person to correct the violation within twenty-four (24) hours. In the event the operator or owner or person in possession cannot be found or refuses to correct or address the violation within twenty-four (24) hours after notice in writing by the Director, the Director may, if he/she deems it necessary in the interest of public health, enter upon the premises of the facility and, either with the equipment and employees of the operator or owner or person in possession, or with City-owned or leased equipment and City employees, do such work as is necessary to correct any condition so noticed.
C. 
Upon completion of such work, the Director shall cause the total cost of such work to be determined and certify the same to Finance Director, the report, with the approval of the Finance Director endorsed thereon, shall be transmitted to the City Clerk, who shall assess the same as a special tax against each lot or parcel of ground chargeable therewith in the name or names of the owner or owners thereof.
D. 
All such special tax bills issued for such work shall be collectible by suit brought by the City Attorney in the name of the City. Such special tax bills and any action thereon shall be prima facie evidence on the regularity or the proceedings for such special assessment, the validity of the bill, the doing of the work, and of the furnishing of the materials charged for, and of the liability of the property to the charge stated in the bill, including the costs of bringing the action as a part of the cost doing the work. Each said special tax bill shall include a charge of three dollars ($3.00) for inspecting the same and giving the notice and further charge of one dollar ($1.00) for issuing and recording the tax bill. Such tax bills if not paid within thirty (30) days after issuance shall bear interest at the rate of eight percent (8%) per annum.

Section 230.330 Closure of Yard By-Product Compost Facilities.

[R.O. 2006 §206.330; Ord. No. 2374 §1, 4-16-2001]
A yard by-product compost facility shall be closed in accordance with the methods and procedures shown in the materials facility plan.

Section 230.340 Notification of Intent To Close Yard By-Product Compost Facility.

[R.O. 2006 §206.340; Ord. No. 2374 §1, 4-16-2001]
The operator shall notify the Director three (3) months prior to permanent or planned closure of his/her intent to close a yard by-product compost facility.