Village of Dane, WI
Dane County
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Table of Contents
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A B C D E F G H I J K L M N O P Q R S T U V W Y Z
Animals
§ 35-2 — Officials authorized to issue citations. § 78-27 — Special charges. Ch 197 — Animals 197-1{1} — Definitions. 197-1{6} — Definitions. 197-1{10} — Definitions. § 197-5 — Rabies quarantine. § 197-6 — Restrictions on keeping of dogs, cats, fowl and other animals. § 197-7 — Animal control agency; impoundment of animals. § 197-9 — Animal waste. § 197-10 — Property damage. § 197-12 — Protected animals; prohibited animals; exceptions. § 197-13 — Neglected or abandoned animals; injured animals. § 197-14 — Acts of cruelty prohibited. § 197-16 — Trapping of animals. § 197-17 — Violations and penalties. § 275-2 — Findings. § 298-3 — Permit requirements. Ch 379 — Nuisances § 379-9 — Public nuisances affecting health. § 379-11 — Public nuisances affecting peace and safety. Ch 390 — Parks and Recreation § 390-1 — Park regulations. § 395-1 — Adoption of standards. § 395-9 — Loud and unnecessary noise. § 395-20 — Littering. § 395-23 — Cemeteries. 408-2{4} — Definitions. 408-2{13} — Definitions. § 408-18 — Minimum requirements. § 430-3 — Use of public sewers. § 442-1 — Adoption of standards. § 449-11 — Composting. § 463-18 — Dedication of land for public use. § 495-33 — Off-road operation of vehicles. § 514-4 — Prohibited uses. § 520-13 — Miscellaneous use regulations. § 520-22 — I-1 Industrial District. § 520-24 — A-X Exclusive Agriculture District. § 520-63 — Permitted commercial and industrial signs. 520-104{13} — Definitions; word usage. § DT-1 — Derivation Table of 1996 Code to 2012 Code § DL-1 — Disposition of legislation.
Appeals
§ 1-19 — Changes in previously adopted ordinances. § 7-1 — Establishment of plan; administration. § 7-3 — Appeals. § 11-8 — Review procedure. § 11-9 — Administrative appeal. § 11-10 — Hearing on administrative appeal. § 23-2 — Zoning Board of Appeals. § 78-22 — Board actions after hearing. § 78-25 — Appeals. § 78-34 — Appeals. § 116-11 — Building Inspector. § 168-14 — Presiding officers. § 190-11 — Permit requirements. § 190-12 — Revocation of permits; appeals. § 226-2 — Building permits. § 226-13 — Moving of buildings and structures. § 226-17 — Violations and penalties; notice of violation; appeals; liability. § 263-7 — Appeals. § 263-9 — Culvert construction standards. § 275-9 — Permit requirements; administration and enforcement; violations and penalties. § 275-14 — Appeals; variances. § 379-5 — Removal of unhealthy, hazardous or unsightly materials. § 408-5 — Notice of violation; appeals; failure to comply. § 408-12 — Removal. § 408-14 — Natural lawns. § 408-15 — Regulation of length. § 457-7 — Regulation of excavations and openings. § 463-21 — Violations and penalties; appeals. § 476-6 — Appeals. § 480-11 — Appeals. § 520-49 — Nonconforming uses. § 520-52 — Changes and substitutions. § 520-61 — Permit requirements. § 520-67 — Dangerous and abandoned signs. § 520-68 — Variances or exceptions. § 520-88 — General administration. § 520-90 — Role of specific Village officials. § 520-94 — Petitions for zoning change requests, conditional and special uses and variances. § 520-96 — Persons authorized to apply for amendments. Ch 520 Art XIV — Appeals and Variances § 520-99 — Zoning Board of Appeals. § 520-100 — Hearings. § 520-101 — Decisions. § 520-102 — Variances. § 520-103 — Review of decisions.
Appointments
§ 7-1 — Establishment of plan; administration. § 11-8 — Review procedure. § 11-10 — Hearing on administrative appeal. § 23-2 — Zoning Board of Appeals. § 23-3 — Plan Commission. § 23-5 — Joint Review Board. § 43-2 — Municipal Court Committee. § 43-5 — Municipal Court Clerk. § 43-7 — Bond and oath of Municipal Judge. § 56-2 — Election officials; tabulators. § 69-1 — Findings; purpose. 69-2{6} — Definitions. § 69-9 — Hiring relatives. § 116-2 — Appointed officials. § 116-3 — Village Clerk-Treasurer. § 116-4 — Deputy Clerk-Treasurer. § 116-5 — Village Attorney. § 116-6 — Chief of Police. § 116-7 — Fire Chief. § 116-8 — Weed Commissioner. § 116-9 — Director of Public Works. § 116-10 — Assessor. § 116-11 — Building Inspector. § 116-12 — Eligibility for office. § 116-13 — Oath of office. § 116-14 — Vacancies. § 116-15 — Removal from office. § 127-1 — Organization. § 127-9 — Suspension or removal of law enforcement officers. § 144-4 — Public access to records. § 168-3 — Trustees. § 168-4 — Village President. § 168-5 — Standing committees. § 168-7 — Cooperation with other municipalities. § 168-13 — Quorum. 197-1{7} — Definitions. § 226-3 — Uniform Dwelling Code. § 275-9 — Permit requirements; administration and enforcement; violations and penalties. § 294-2 — Powers and duties of Fire Department. § 324-7 — Qualifications of applicants and premises. § 324-11 — Transferability of license; replacement of agent of licensee. § 476-4 — Registration requirements. § 476-7 — Prohibited practices; disclosure requirements. § 480-3 — Authority of Village Forester.
Assessments
§ 1-4 — Violations and penalties. § 1-18 — Ordinances saved from repeal. § 43-10 — Court procedures. § 78-11 — Statement of real property status. Ch 78 Art II — Special Assessments and Charges § 78-17 — Authority to levy and collect special assessments. § 78-18 — Procedural requirements. § 78-19 — Costs to be paid by special assessment. § 78-20 — Exempt properties. § 78-21 — Notice of proposed or approved project. § 78-22 — Board actions after hearing. § 78-23 — Authority to amend, cancel or confirm special assessment. § 78-24 — Reductions and refunds. § 78-25 — Appeals. § 78-26 — Lien. § 78-28 — Miscellaneous provisions. § 78-29 — Special assessment bonds. § 78-30 — Nonpayment of taxes or forfeitures. § 116-10 — Assessor. § 144-7 — Destruction of records. § 168-6 — General powers. § 168-18 — Conduct of deliberations. § 197-4 — Late fees. § 226-2 — Building permits. § 226-13 — Moving of buildings and structures. § 275-9 — Permit requirements; administration and enforcement; violations and penalties. § 324-9 — Application review; considerations. § 379-4 — Connection to public sewer or water system. § 379-13 — Cost of abatement. § 408-7 — Abatement costs. § 408-13 — Noxious weeds and grasses. § 408-14 — Natural lawns. § 408-15 — Regulation of length. § 408-18 — Minimum requirements. § 430-12 — Connection fees. § 449-10 — Landfill and recyclable sites. § 463-13 — Extra-size or off-site improvements. § 463-15 — Public improvements. § 463-19 — Administrative and other fees. § 480-5 — Abatement of tree disease nuisances. § 480-6 — Assessment of costs of abatement. § 480-7 — Planting requirements. § 495-2 — Adoption of state administrative regulations; safety checks. § 495-30 — Violations and penalties. § 495-31 — Enforcement. § 509-31 — Extension of water mains. § 509-34 — Private well abandonment. § 514-6 — Conditional use applications. § 520-50 — Abolishment or replacement. § 520-81.1 — Mobile tower siting. § 520-94 — Petitions for zoning change requests, conditional and special uses and variances. § DT-1 — Derivation Table of 1996 Code to 2012 Code