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Animals
Ch 11— Animals § 11-4— Kennel license. § 11-5— License fees. § 11-6— Animal Control Officer. § 11-8— Impoundment. § 11-9— Disposition. § 11-11— Damage caused by dogs. § 11-14— Ordering dogs to be muzzled or restrained. § 11-15— Citations. § 11-18— Violations and penalties. § 35-6— Departmental revolving funds. Ch 113— Peace and Good Order 127-2{2}— Definitions. 127-2{3}— Definitions. § 127-3— Right to farm declaration. § 142-2— Pasturing of animals on public ways. § 142-5— Riding animals on public ways. 142-6B(1){13}— Discharge of water to public ways or sidewalks; discharges to storm sewer system. § 144-1— Purpose and intent. § 144-5.1— Purpose and intent. § 144-6.1— Purpose and intent. 187-3A{6}— Definitions. 187-3A{11}— Definitions. 187-3A{16}— Definitions. § 187-10— Permits and conditions. Ch 195— Zoning § 195-6— Accessory uses. § 195-30— Prohibited signs. § 195-73— Use regulations. 195-108B{8}— Word usage and definitions. 195-108B{16}— Word usage and definitions. 195-108B{20}— Word usage and definitions. 195-108B{55}— Word usage and definitions. Ch 201— Health Regulations Ch 201 Art II— Domestic Animals § 201-3.2— Permit required; enforcement. § 201-3.4— Inspections. 201-3.5{1}— Definitions 201-3.5{2}— Definitions 201-3.5{4}— Definitions 201-3.5{6}— Definitions 201-3.5{7}— Definitions 201-3.5{8}— Definitions 201-3.5{9}— Definitions 201-3.5{11}— Definitions 201-3.5{13}— Definitions 201-3.5{14}— Definitions 201-3.5{16}— Definitions 201-3.5{20}— Definitions 201-3.5{21}— Definitions 201-3.5{24}— Definitions § 201-3.6— Permit requirements; facilities requirements. § 201-3.7— Construction and maintenance of facilities. § 201-3.8— Sanitary requirements. § 201-4.1— Keeping of equines/cattle. § 201-4.2— Keeping of poultry. § 201-5.1— Nonconforming preexisting permits. 201-6{3}— Definitions. 201-6{6}— Definitions. 201-50{1}— Definitions. § 201-96— General rules and regulations. § 201-98— Facilities and equipment. 203-1B{14}— Purpose; definitions. § 203-6— Persons propelling pushcarts or riding bicycles or motorized scooters or animals. § DL-1— Disposition of legislation.
Appeals
§ C-2-5— Vacancies. § 5-3— False alarms. § 63-12— Special permits, variances and building permits. § 81-2— Denial, revocation or suspension for failure to pay taxes or other charges. § 106-7— Agricultural Commission. § 137-4— Town programs. § 142-6— Discharge of water to public ways or sidewalks; discharges to storm sewer system. § 158-1— Permits required. § 187-14— Appeals. Ch 195— Zoning § 195-4— Interpretation of district boundaries. § 195-6— Accessory uses. § 195-6.1— Limited accessory apartment (LAA). § 195-7— Home occupations. § 195-8— Nonconforming uses and structures. § 195-9— Conformity required; reduction of dimensional requirements. § 195-30— Prohibited signs. § 195-31— Signs permitted in residential districts. § 195-32— Signs permitted in business districts. § 195-36— Design and content guidelines. § 195-50— Special permit required; application procedure. § 195-51— Review procedure; permit conditions; withdrawal of permit. § 195-52— Standards of operation. § 195-58— Lapse of permit. § 195-66— By-right uses; general standards. § 195-67— Special permit uses; general standards. § 195-68— Application procedures. § 195-71— Establishment and delineation of district. § 195-81— Floodway regulations. § 195-82— Special permits. § 195-85— Spacing requirement. § 195-86— Special permit required; conditions. § 195-101— Violations and penalties. § 195-102— Board of Appeals. § 195-103— Special permits. § 195-104— Site plan review. Ch 200 Art IV— Other Regulations § 202-10— Action by Planning Board. § 202-12— General requirements. § 202-27— Board of Appeals. § 202-28— Court appeals. § A300-1— Accepted statutes and acts.