Town of Middleborough, MA
Plymouth County
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[HISTORY: Adopted by the Town Meeting of the Town of Middleborough as indicated in article histories. Amendments noted where applicable.]
GENERAL REFERENCES
Alarm systems — See Ch. 104.
Demolition delay — See Ch. 122.
Fire lanes — See Ch. 157.
Fire prevention — See Ch. 161.
Mobile homes — See Ch. 205.
Streets and sidewalks — See Ch. 239.
[Adopted 10-2-2017 STM by Art. 30, AG 1-18-2018, eff. 2-15-2018]
The Board of Selectmen may assign a street number to any building in the Town, whether a building is on a parcel or lot of real estate which abuts a public way or private way or whether a building is on a parcel or lot of real estate which does not abut a public way or private way.
The Board of Selectmen may assign a street number to any vacant land in the Town, including land which abuts a public way or private way or vacant land which does not abut a public way or private way.
The Board of Selectmen shall give written notice of a street number assignment to the owner of record of any building which is assigned a street number under § 115-1 of this by-law and to the owner of record of any vacant land which is assigned a street number under § 115-2 of this by-law.
The owner of record of a parcel or lot of real estate which contains a building and which building has been assigned a street number hereunder shall affix or place the assigned street number on the outside of the building within 10 days after notice of such street number assignment hereunder is given to the owner. No owner of record of a parcel or lot of real estate which contains a building and which building has been assigned a number shall affix, place or allow to remain on the building any street number except the street number assigned to the building hereunder.
The Board of Selectmen shall have authority from time to time to delegate its powers and duties under §§ 115-1, 115-2 and 115-3 of this bylaw to a Town officer or Town employee. Such officer or employee shall have the duties and powers of the Board of Selectmen hereunder. Any such delegation of authority shall be in writing and given to the officer or employee who receives the delegation. The Board of Selectmen shall file a copy of such writing with the Town Clerk. The Board of Selectman may revoke any delegation of authority under this bylaw by written notice to the officer or employee. The Board of Selectmen shall file a copy of such notice with the Town Clerk.
[Adopted 10-2-2017 STM by Art. 30, AG 1-18-2018, eff. 2-15-2018]
The Massachusetts Stretch Energy Code (the "code") is hereby adopted and incorporated in this bylaw. The code shall be in effect in the Town, and the Building Commissioner shall administer and enforce the code.
The purpose of the code is to regulate the design and construction of buildings for the effective use of energy.
The code is found in Appendix 115.AA of the Massachusetts Building Code, 780 CMR, the Stretch Energy Code.
The code version which is hereby adopted shall be the code version which is in effect on the date this bylaw is adopted.[1]
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Editor's Note: This bylaw was originally adopted 4-24-2017 ATM by Art. 29, AG 6-16-2017, eff. 7-13-2017.