City of De Soto, MO
Jefferson County
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  1. § 210.060 Impounding, Redemption, Adoption and Euthanasia Performed By The City Code Officer.
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    ... No. 4046 , 9-21-2015 ] Any animal found running at large shall ... by mail to the owner of the animal, if known, said owner having, ... to present himself to the animal kennel of the City to redeem his animal. The fee for redemption shall ... per each day that the animal is impounded prior to ...
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  2. § 210.110 Animal Abuse.
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    ... ] A person is guilty of animal abuse if a person: ... or purposely kills an animal in any manner not allowed by ... injury or suffering to an animal; or Having ownership or custody of an animal knowingly fails to provide ... in substantial harm to the animal.
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  3. § 210.112 Animal Trespass.
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    ... ] A person is guilty of animal trespass if a person having ownership or custody of an animal knowingly fails to provide ... exceeding twelve (12) hours. Animal trespass is an ordinance ... for a first conviction of animal trespass may be waived by the ... the person found guilty of animal trespass shows that adequate, ...
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  4. § 210.065 Impounding, Redemption, Adoption and Euthanasia Performed By The City Under Contract With Jefferson County.
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    ... §1, 7-5-2011 ] All vicious animals and all animals found running at large in the ... for the current year and any animal running at large not on a ... to the catching of the animal, may be killed. The Mayor is ... at its expense, deliver any animal impounded within the City to ...
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  5. § 210.115 Animal Neglect or Abandonment.
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    ... ] A person is guilty of animal neglect if he/she has custody or ownership or both of an animal and fails to provide adequate ... ] A person is guilty of animal abandonment if he/she has knowingly abandoned an animal in any place without making ... No. 4005 §1, 2-17-2014 ] Animal neglect or ...
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  6. § 240.130 Presence of Animals.
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    [CC 1988 §18-13; Ord. No. 2457 §11, 2-5-1973 ] Domestic animals are not permitted in the parks unless the animal is on a leash. Horses are not to be ridden or kept in the parks, unless authorized by the City Manager.
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  7. § 210.120 Knowingly Releasing An Animal.
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    ... of knowingly releasing an animal if that person, acting ... the owner or custodian of an animal, intentionally releases any animal that is lawfully confined for ... As used in this Section, "animal" means every living ...
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  8. § 405.050 District Map Adopted.
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    ... promptly after the ordinance authorizing such change shall have been adopted by the City Council and published, with an entry on the "Zoning District M ...
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  9. § 210.030 Animal Establishment Permits.
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    ... 3892 §1, 7-5-2011 ] No person shall operate an animal establishment without first obtaining a permit in ... Application for a permit to establish a new animal establishment under the provisions of this ...
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  10. § 220.040 Requirements As To Slaughtering Animals.
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    Cross Reference — As to animals and fowl generally, see ch. 210 of ... any beeves, hogs, sheep or other animals within this City unless the house, ... which shall be emptied daily. No animals shall be slaughtered in any other ...
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  11. § 210.125 Removal of Dead Animals and Fowl.
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    ... ] The owner or possessor of any animal or fowl which may die within the ... (24) hours after the death of such animal or fowl, remove the same or cause ... the corporate limits. If such dead animal or fowl is not in the possession of ...
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  12. § 210.011 Code Enforcement Officer, City Animal Kennel.
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    ... Officer to destroy any animal reasonably believed to be ... to capture or subdue said animal have failed. Above procedure ... healthful fashion, suitable animal kennel for impoundment and isolation of animals in accordance with the ... most humane treatment of all animals deposited thereto, with ...
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  13. § 125.080 Adoption of Park Rules and Regulations.
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    The Park Board shall have the power and authority to make and adopt rules and regulations concerning the hours, use and operation of the City ...
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  14. § 130.050 Election To Adopt Provisions of State Workers' Compensation Law.
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    [CC 1988 §19-4; Ord. No. 506 §1, 9-14-1953 ] The Mayor and City Manager are hereby authorized to file an election to bring all City employees under the provisions of the Workers' Compensation law, as provided in Chapter 287, RSMo., such authorization to be effective June 25, 1953.
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  15. § 205.010 Adoption of Fire Prevention Code and Life Safety Code.
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    ... Code Council, is hereby adopted as the Fire Code of the City ... Code are hereby referred to, adopted and made a part hereof, as if ... Association, is hereby adopted as the NFPA Life Safety Code ... are hereby referred to, adopted and made a part hereof, as if ...
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  16. § 210.130 Number/Types of Animals Allowed/Not Allowed.
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    ... allowed at any one (1) residence. Keeping more animals than what is described in this Section ... to house more than (6) dogs or cats. No animal defined as exotic, or wildlife, in this Chapter ...
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  17. § 310.030 Persons Propelling Pushcarts or Riding Animals To Obey Traffic Regulations.
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    ... 2460 §1, 2-22-1973 ] Every person propelling any pushcart or riding an animal upon a roadway, and every person driving any animal-drawn vehicle, shall ...
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  18. § 710.260 Adoption of The International Private Sewage Disposal Code — Appointment of Code Official — Insertions — Deletion — Appeal.
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    ... No. 3761 §1, 2-20-2008 ] Adoption. There is hereby adopted by reference the 2000 Edition ... are hereby referred to as, adopted and made a part hereof as ... code, or the rules legally adopted thereunder, have been ...
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  19. § 400.030 Comprehensive City Plan — Commission To Make and Adopt — Contents — Submission To City Council.
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    ... It shall be the function and duty of the Planning Commission to make and adopt a Comprehensive Plan for the physical development of the City. Such plan, ...
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  20. 210.010{25} SPAY
    Alteration of a female animal.
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  21. 210.010{1} ANIMAL
    Every living vertebrate except a human being.
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  22. 210.010{10} DOG
    Any member of the animal species Canis familiaris.
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  23. 210.010{4} ANIMAL SHELTER
    Facility designated or recognized by the City for the purpose of impounding and caring of animals.
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  24. 210.010{26} VICIOUS ANIMAL
    A dog or cat that constitutes a physical threat to humans or other domestic animals.
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  25. 210.010{2} ANIMAL ESTABLISHMENT
    Any pet shop, grooming shop, animal auction, performing animal exhibition, kennel or animal shelter, except this term ... agencies, or licensed animal dealers regulated by the USDA ...
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  26. Ch 210 Animal Regulations
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    Animal Regulations
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  27. Ch AO Adopting Ordinance
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    Adopting Ordinance
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  28. 210.010{17} LIVESTOCK
    Any animal considered by health or Code Enforcement Officials to be a farm or ranch animal including, but limited to: horse, mule, cow, hog, sheep, goat or potbellied pig.
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  29. 210.010{11} EUTHANASIA
    The humane destruction of an animal accomplished by a method which is approved by the American Veterinarian Medical Association.
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  30. § 210.070 Redemption By Owners.
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    ... ] The owner of any impounded animal upon proper identification ... with the terms of the animal control ordinance of ... is permitted by the County animal control ordinance and the ... be given possession of the animal so impounded, upon the ... one (1) week have such animal vaccinated against rabies and ...
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  31. 210.010{13} HARBORER
    Any person who provides food and shelter or otherwise accepts any responsibility for the care or control of a domesticated animal for three (3) or more days.
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  32. 210.010{22} PET SHOP
    An establishment engaged in the business of buying or selling, at retail, dogs or cats or other animals for profit-making purposes.
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  33. 300.010{41} TRAFFIC
    Pedestrians, ridden or herded animals, vehicles, streetcars and other conveyances either singly or together while using any highway for purposes of travel.
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  34. 410.080{5} BUILDING
    Any structure built for the support, shelter or enclosure of persons, animals, chattels or movable property of any kind and includes any structures.
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  35. 410.080{24} MASTER PLAN
    A comprehensive plan for development of the local government prepared and adopted by the Planning Commission, pursuant to State law, and including any part of such plan separately adopted and any amendment to such plan or parts thereof.
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  36. § 210.080 Confinement Period.
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    ... §1, 4-15-2013 ] Impounded animals, where the owner is not ... locate their pet. Impounded animals where the owner is known by ... willingly surrendered their animals to the City of De Soto shall ... impoundment. Ill or injured animals are subject to humane euthanasia at the Animal Control Officer's discretion ...
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  37. 210.010{7} CODE ENFORCEMENT OFFICER
    Duly authorized person employed by the City who is charged with the duties of enforcing this Title and who is educated in the care, seizure, custody and confinement of animals.
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  38. 210.010{14} HUMANE CARE
    Care of an animal to include, but not be limited to, adequate heat, ventilation and sanitary shelter, wholesome food and water, consistent with the normal requirements and feeding habits of the animal's size, species and breed.
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  39. § 240.120 Hunting.
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    Cross Reference — As to animals and fowl generally, see ch. 210 of this Code. [CC 1988 §18-12; Ord. No. 2457 §10, 2-5-1973 ] No person shall molest, hunt, kill or frighten any wildlife creature in any manner whatsoever.
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  40. 210.010{3} ANIMAL NUISANCE
    An animal nuisance is created when an animal: Runs uncontrolled; Molests ... or biting; Attacks other animals; Damages property other than ... of the property on which the animal is kept or harbored) and who ... promptly removed by the animal owner or harborer; Creates an ...
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  41. § 210.040 Issuance and Revocation of Permits and Licenses and Inspection of Premises.
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    ... protection and keeping of animals or fails to provide an animal with humane care. If an ... of any permit for an animal establishment that the animal control authority shall be ... to inspect any and all animals and the premises where such animals are kept at any reasonable ...
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  42. 420.040{15} COMMUNITY
    Any State or area or political subdivision thereof which has authority to adopt and enforce floodplain management regulations for the areas within its jurisdiction.
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  43. City of De Soto, MO
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    Adopting Ordinance Government Code Public Health, Safety and Welfare Traffic Code Land Use Building and Construction Business and Occupation Utilities Cross Reference
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  44. 410.080{27} OFFICIAL MAP
    ... and parks, and drainage systems and setback lines theretofore laid out, adopted and established by law, and any amendments or additions thereto adopted by the City Council of additions thereto resulting from the approval of ...
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  45. 210.010{8} CONTROL OF AN ANIMAL
    The same is on a leash not more than eight (8) feet in length; is under voice control in the presence of a competent person; is within a vehicle being driven or parked; or is within the property limits of the owner or harborer or upon the premises of another person with the consent of that person.
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  46. 210.010{9} DANGEROUS ANIMAL
    DANGEROUS ANIMAL Includes any wild mammal, reptile or fowl which is not naturally tame or gentle but is of a wild ...
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  47. § 210.050 Owner Responsibility — Unlawful Acts.
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    ... Ord. No. 3892 §1, 7-5-2011 ] All animals shall be kept under restraint by ... be unlawful for the owner of any animal to allow such animal to cause a nuisance. It shall be ... of the body or carcass of a dead animal within the City, except as ...
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  48. § 210.100 Running At Large Prohibited.
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    Cross Reference — As to streets and sidewalks generally, see ch. 510 of this Code. [R.O. 1952 §4.1; CC 1988 §5-1; Ord. No. 3892 §1, 7-5-2011 ] It shall be unlawful for the owner or keeper of any animal to permit or allow the same to run at large in the City.
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  49. § 240.080 Damaging Park Property.
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    ... Ord. No. 2457 §6, 2-5-1973 ] All property in park areas belongs to the citizens. No property, animate or inanimate, shall be damaged, destroyed or removed from the park or moved from the location where ...
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  50. § 145.080 Purpose of Article.
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    [ Ord. No. 3987 §1, 9-16-2013 ] In order to establish a uniform selection procedure for consulting services and procure the best services at the most reasonable cost, this Article has been adopted.
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  51. § 215.535 (Reserved)
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    Editor's Note — Ord. no. 3602 §3, adopted November 15, 2004, repealed section 215.535 "limitations on the retail sale of methamphetamine precursor drugs" in its entirety. At the editor's discretion, this section has been reserved for the city's future use.
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  52. § 235.010 Definitions.
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    [ Ord. No. 4032 §1, 1-21-2015 Editor's Note: This ordinance superseded former Ch. 235, Garbage and Refuse, adopted by CC 1988 §§18-1 through 18-20, as amended. ] For the purposes of this Chapter, the following terms shall have the following meanings:
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  53. 405.295(A){2} ADDITIONAL DEFINITIONS
    The definitions of words and phrases contained in Section 226.510, RSMo., 1994 are hereby adopted and incorporated by reference and shall apply whenever such word or phrase is used in this Section.
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  54. § 410.060 Enactment.
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    [CC 1988 §25-6; Ord. No. 2791 §1, 11-18-1985 ] In order that land may be subdivided in accordance with these purposes and policy, these subdivision regulations are hereby adopted.
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  55. 410.080{30} PROTECTIVE COVENANT
    A contract between private parties which may be more restrictive than other officially adopted ordinances with the view of preserving and protecting the physical economic integrity of any given area.
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  56. § 340.090 Riding Outside Vehicle or Motorcycle Seat.
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    ... protruding from the bed of any truck. No person shall cause or allow any animal to be carried or transported upon the outside of any vehicle, except in the bed of any truck, unless such animal shall be securely prevented from falling or jumping off the moving vehicle ...
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  57. 210.010{12} EXOTIC
    ... constrictor, python or any other potentially dangerous or poisonous reptile or any other exotic animal declared dangerous by authorized Health Department or Code Enforcement Officials. The provisions of ...
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  58. 210.010{19} NUISANCE
    ... noisemaking; or chases vehicles, or molests, attacks or interferes with persons or other domestic animals on public property.
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  59. 215.490{20} SEXUAL CONDUCT
    ... act of apparent sexual stimulation or gratification or any sadomasochistic abuse or acts including animals or any latent objects in an act of apparent sexual stimulation or gratification.
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  60. 410.080{11} COMPREHENSIVE PLAN AND ZONING REGULATIONS
    ... any unit or part of such plan separately adopted and any amendment to such plan or parts thereof. ... highways and parks, theretofore laid out, adopted and established by law, and any amendments thereto adopted by the City Council or additions thereto ...
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  61. § 200.050 (Reserved)
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    Editor's Note — Ord. no. 3560 §1, adopted April 19, 2004, repealed section 200.050 "policy and procedures manual", in its entirety. Former section 200.050 derived from CC 1988 §21-19; Ord. No. 3330 §1, 12-15-1997; Ord. No. 3421 §§1 — 2, 8-21-2000; Ord. No. 3432 §1, 11-27-2000.
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  62. 215.285(A){4} PARENT
    A person who is the natural or adoptive parent of a person. As used herein, "parent" shall also include a court appointed guardian or ...
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  63. 215.590(A){4} PARENT
    A person who is the natural or adoptive parent of a person. As used herein, "parent" shall also include a court appointed guardian or ...
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  64. § 240.010 Purpose of Chapter.
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    [CC 1988 §18-1; Ord. No. 2457 §1, 2-5-1973 ] The rules and regulations established by this Chapter are not to hamper and restrict our citizens but are adopted so as to allow our citizens and guests maximum use and enjoyment of the facilities without annoyance and discomfort by others.
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  65. § 240.210 (Reserved)
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    Editor's Note — Ord. no. 3885 §1, adopted March 21, 2011, repealed section 240.210 "skateboard park — helmets required" in its entirety. Former section 240.210 derived from ord. no. 3558 §1, 4-19-2004. This section has been reserved for the city's future use.
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  66. 340.130(A){3} PARENT
    A person who is the natural or adoptive parent of a person. As used herein, "parent" shall also include a court appointed guardian or ...
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  67. § 365.080 (Reserved)
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    Editor's Note — Ord. no. 3589 §1, adopted September 20, 2004, repealed section 365.080 "certain commercial vehicles prohibited from using ...
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  68. 405.030(B){38} FAMILY
    A group of one (1) or more persons occupying a premises and living as a single housekeeping unit, whether or not related to each other by birth or marriage. A family shall not contain more than eight (8) persons not related by blood, marriage or adoption.
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  69. § 405.280 (Reserved)
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    Editor's Note—Ord. No. 3689 §1, adopted June 19, 2006, repealed Section 405.280, Real Estate Signs, in its entirety. Former Section 405.280 derived from CC 1988 §29-82; Ord. No. 2788 §4, 10-21-1985. At the editor's discretion, this Section has been reserved for the City's future use.
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  70. 410.080{34} RESUBDIVISION
    A change in a map of an approved or recorded subdivision plat if such change affects any street layout on such map or area reserved thereon for public use, or any lot line; or if it affects any map or plan legally recorded prior to the adoption of any regulations controlling subdivisions.
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  71. § 420.010 Statutory Authorization.
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    ... and Sections 77.590 and 78.440, RSMo., delegated the responsibility to local governmental units to adopt floodplain management regulations designed to protect the health, safety and general welfare. ...
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  72. 705.290{13} POLLUTION
    ... domestic, industrial, agricultural, recreational, or other legitimate beneficial uses, or to wild animals, birds, fish or other aquatic life.
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  73. § 215.180 Littering Via Carcasses.
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    If any person or persons shall put any dead animal, carcass or part thereof, the offal or any other filth into any well, ... premises not his/her own, or in any river, stream or watercourse any dead animal, carcass or part thereof, or other nuisance to the annoyance of the ...
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  74. § 150.200 Transfer of One Cent Sales Tax Monies.
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    [ Ord. No. 3909 §§1 — 2, 10-17-2011 ; Ord. No. 4132 , 10-15-2018 ] Ordinance No. 3165 adopted February 7, 1994 imposed a one percent (1%) sales tax. All revenue collected pursuant to the one ...
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  75. § 205.280 Fire Chief To Enforce Chapter — Right of Entry.
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    ... of existing buildings and premises in order to implement the terms of this Chapter and the Code adopted herein.
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  76. 420.040{20} EXISTING MANUFACTURED HOME PARK OR SUBDIVISION
    ... of concrete pads) is completed before the effective date of the floodplain management regulations adopted by a community.
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  77. 420.040{45} NEW CONSTRUCTION
    ... of construction" commenced on or after the effective date of the floodplain management regulations adopted by a community and includes any subsequent improvements to such structures.
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  78. 420.040{46} NEW MANUFACTURED HOME PARK OR SUBDIVISION
    ... of concrete pads) is completed on or after the effective date of floodplain management regulations adopted by the community.
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  79. § 507.080 Suspension or Revocation of Permit.
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    ... of this Section or any of its Subsections. Any violation of the International Fire Code as adopted by the City. Failure on the permittee's part to rectify any condition after notice.
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  80. § 615.010 Definitions.
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    ... Note: Section 1 of this ordinance also repealed former Ch. 615, Amusements and Entertainment, as adopted and amended by Ord. No. 2385 §§1—6, 4-5-1971; Ord. No. 2430 §2, 3-6-1972; Ord. No. 3474 §1, ...
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  81. § 210.020 Licensing and Rabies Vaccination.
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    ... of this Section do not apply to animals owned by a licensed research ... or government operated or licensed animal shelter. All dogs and cats shall be ... latest professional standards of animal rabies vaccines and recommendations ... records shall be available to the animal control authority. Any licenses ...
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  82. § 310.020 Obedience To Police and Fire Department Officials.
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    ... official. It shall be the duty of the operator or driver of any vehicle or the rider of any animal traveling on the roads of this State to stop on signal of any Law Enforcement Officer and to obey ...
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  83. § 405.355 Barbed Wire Fences, Etc.
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    ... or any barbed wire or other things dangerous or liable to tear, snag, cut or injure any person or animal coming in contact therewith shall be deemed guilty of a misdemeanor; except, that use of materials ...
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  84. § 605.625 Regulation of Premises.
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    ... rodent harborages on the premises. Animals shall not be allowed in the facility with the exception of service animals for the handicapped and law enforcement patrol animals. Litter shall not be permitted to ... Tattoo and/or body piercing of animals including non-human primates is ...
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  85. § 140.070 Municipal Judge — Powers and Duties — Generally.
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    ... may be pending in the Municipal Court. Make and adopt such rules of practice and procedures as are ... the provisions of this Chapter, and to make and adopt such rules of practice and procedures as are ... and Traffic Courts. Any and all rules made or adopted hereunder may be annulled or amended by an ...
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  86. § 125.040 Officers — Purpose.
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    ... shall elect such other officers as the members of the Board may deem necessary. The Board shall adopt and promulgate such rules and regulations for the conduct, operation and maintenance of the ...
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  87. § 145.010 Purchasing Agent.
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    ... Editor's Note: Section 1 of this ordinance also repealed former Ch. 145, Purchasing Policies, as adopted and amended by CC 1988 §§2-88—2-106; Ord. No. 2502 §§1—5, 4-15-1974; Ord. No. 2599 §§1—2, 6-6-1977; ...
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  88. § 205.030 Penalty.
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    ... §1, 5-16-2011 ] Any person violating any of the provisions of this Chapter or any of the codes adopted in this Chapter shall be deemed guilty of a misdemeanor and upon conviction thereof shall be fined ...
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  89. § 225.010 Purpose of Article.
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    ... unless based upon a bona fide occupational qualification, the procedure set out in this Article is adopted for the processing of complaints of alleged discrimination.
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  90. § 315.020 Manual and Specifications For Traffic Control Devices.
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    ... and specifications approved by the State Highways and Transportation Commission or resolution adopted by the legislative body of the City. All signs or signals required hereunder for a particular ...
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  91. 605.665{12} LICENSED DAY CARE CENTER
    ... under fourteen (14) years of age, where such children are not related by blood, marriage or adoption to the owner or operator of the facility, for less than twenty-four (24) hours a day, regardless of ...
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  92. § 630.370 City Rules and Regulations.
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    ... lawful powers and in furtherance of the terms and conditions of this Franchise. The City may also adopt such regulations at the request of Grantee upon application.
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  93. § 230.010 Establishment.
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    ... Defense Act, Chapter 44, RSMo., and the Missouri Disaster Operations Plan adopted thereunder. The City also adopts the Natural Hazards Mitigation Plan in developing a Disaster Resistant ...
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  94. § 420.190 Floodway.
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    ... the following provisions shall apply: The community shall select and adopt a regulatory floodway based on the principle that the area chosen for the ... construction, substantial improvements, and other development, within the adopted regulatory floodway unless it has been demonstrated through hydrologic and ...
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  95. § 605.210 City Clerk: Powers and Duties.
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    ... by the public and the provisions thereof shall be enforced by him/her. Adopt forms. Adopt all forms and prescribe the information to be given therein as to ...
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  96. § 220.020 Enumeration — Generally.
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    ... Carcasses. All carcasses of animals remaining exposed after death, except such animals as are killed for use as ... old wearing apparel, all animal or vegetable matter, all dead animals, or any other offensive or ... the City limits of any animal, vegetable or other ...
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  97. Ch AO AO
    ... NO. 3524 AN ORDINANCE ADOPTING AND ENACTING A NEW CODE OF ... City of De Soto" is hereby adopted and enacted as the "Code of ... permanent nature of the City adopted on final passage on or before ... the same; Supp. #16, 4/14 ADOPTING ORDINANCE i. Ordinances ... State law. Supp. #16, 4 /14 ADOPTING ORDINANCE d. Each day any ...
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  98. § 370.005 Violations Bureau Established.
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    ... at such hours as the Municipal Judge may designate. The Judge of the Municipal Court who hears any animal control violation, housing violation or traffic violation cases shall designate the specified ...
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  99. § 405.190 "M-2" General Manufacturing District.
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    ... products terminal. Smelting of tin, copper, zinc or iron ores. Stockyards of the slaughter of animals. Storage or processing of rawhides or fur. Any conditional uses permitted in the "M-1" Light ...
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  100. § 710.290 Flammable or Toxic Wastes.
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    ... wastes, to injure or interfere with any sewage treatment process, constitute a hazard to humans or animals, create a public nuisance or create any hazard in the receiving waters of the sewage treatment ...
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  101. § 135.190 Destroying of Expired Records.
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    [ Ord. No. 3797 §§1 — 2, 10-27-2008 ] The City hereby adopts the August 2007, Municipal Records Retention Schedule of the Missouri Secretary of State which is ...
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  102. § 150.270 County One-Half Percent Sales Tax.
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    ... (.5%) for a period of fifteen (15) years for capital improvements to publicly maintained roads, as adopted by the voters of Jefferson County on April 1, 1986 and authorized by the County Commission on April ...
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  103. § 400.020 Planning Commission Officers — Rules — Records — Employees — Expenditures.
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    ... The Commission shall hold regular meetings and special meetings as they provide by rule, and shall adopt rules for the transaction of business, and keep a record of its proceedings. These records shall be ...
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  104. § 605.580 Artist (Tattoo and/or Body Piercing) Apprenticeship.
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    ... been met. No person seeking artist certification operating within Jefferson County prior to the adoption of this rule shall suffer harm from the requirements of this Section.
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  105. § 630.310 Records, Reports and Maps.
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    ... disconnect and reconnect procedures, and any other terms and conditions adopted as Grantee's policy in connection with its subscribers shall be filed with ... request. All rules, regulations, terms and conditions which Grantee has adopted for the conduct of its business shall be submitted to the City upon ...
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  106. § 405.150 "C-1" Office and Professional District.
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    ... or tailors. Teachers of private lessons in art, music or dance. Veterinary hospital for small animals, if entirely within an enclosed building. Conditional Uses. Drive-up facilities incidental to ...
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  107. § 120.070 Duties: Generally.
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    ... privilege of taking part in the discussions but having no vote. To recommend to the Council for adoption such measures as he/she may deem necessary or expedient. To prepare and submit the annual budget ...
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  108. § 140.260 Administrator of Municipal Court.
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    ... To perform all other duties as provided for by ordinance, by rules of practice and procedure adopted by the Municipal Judge and by the Missouri Rules of Practice and Procedure in Municipal and Traffic ...
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  109. § 155.010 City Cemetery Designated and Described.
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    ... Editor's Note: Section 1 of this ordinance also repealed former Ch. 155, City Cemeteries, as adopted and amended by Ord. No. 2074 §§1—5, 11-7-1966; Ord. No. 2316 §§1—3, 11-17-1969; Ord. No. 2611 §1, ...
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  110. § 215.255 Surrendering Firearm to City; Valuable Consideration Prohibited; Exceptions.
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    ... a firearm to the County, municipality, or other governmental body unless: The City has adopted a resolution, ordinance, or rule authorizing the participation of the City, or participation by an ...
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  111. § 215.532 Limitations On The Retail Sale of Ephedrine.
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    Editor's Note — Ord. no. 3602 §§1 — 2, adopted November 15, 2004, repealed section 215.532 "limit on over-the-counter sale of methamphetamine — ...
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  112. § 310.080 Leaving The Scene of A Motor Vehicle Accident.
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    Editor's Note — Ord. no. 3918 §1, adopted February 20, 2012, repealed section 310.080 "immediate notice of accident" and enacted new ...
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  113. § 630.090 Police Powers.
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    ... Grantee acknowledges that its rights hereunder are subject to the Police power of the City to adopt and enforce general ordinances necessary to the safety and welfare of the public; and it agrees to ...
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  114. Ord. No. 4141
    ... of said agreement. SECTION 3. This Ordinance shall be in full force and effect on the date of its adoption. SECTION 4. This Ordinance shall not be codified. READ (IN FULL TWO TIMES)(BY TITLE TWO TIMES, ...
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  115. Ord. No. 4137 (2018-11-19) (1)
    BILL NO.29- 18 ORDINANCE NO9 l 3h AN ORDINANCE ADOPTING SECTION 505.035 PROPERTY MAINTENANCE/OCCUPANCY INSPECTIONS OF THE CITY OF ... with the minimum standards set forth in the property maintenance code adopted under this chapter then an occupancy permit shall be issued for the ...
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  116. § 405.060 Interpretation of Boundaries.
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    ... line. Where a district boundary line divides a lot which is in single ownership at the time of the adoption or amendment of this Chapter, the City Council may permit as a conditional use the extension of the ...
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  117. § 410.100 Concept Review.
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    ... the applicant shall meet with the City Manager or his/her designee to discuss the procedure for adoption of a subdivision plat and the requirements as to general layout of streets and for reservations of ...
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  118. Ord. No. 4137 (2018-11-19)
    ... and repair. SECTION 3. This Ordinance shall be in full force and effect on the date of its adoption. SECTION 4. This Ordinance shall not be codified. READ (IN FULL TWO TIMES)(BY TITLE TWO TIMES, ...
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  119. § 500.020 Amendments To Include Additions, Insertions, Changes and Deletions To The 2009 International Building Code.
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    ... Appendices to read: "Appendix H Signs is hereby adopted." Amend Subsection 101.4.3 Plumbing by replacing ... National Electrical Code, or the rules legally adopted thereunder, have been incorrectly interpreted, ... provisions of this Chapter or the codes herein adopted, or who shall fail to comply with any of the ...
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  120. Ord. No. 4139
    ... to read: ". Appendix H Signs is hereby adopted." 3. Amend Subsection 101. 4. 3 Plumbing by ... Property Maintenance Code, or the rules legally adopted thereunder, have been incorrectly interpreted, ... provisions of this Chapter or the codes herein adopted, or who shall fail to comply with any of the ...
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  121. § 415.250 Procedures For Mobile Home Park Approval.
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    ... the applicant shall meet with the City Manager or his/her designee to discuss the procedure for adoption of a mobile home park and the requirements as to general layout of the mobile home park, as well as ...
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  122. § 420.160 General Standards.
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    ... area that are in time of flooding buoyant, flammable, explosive, or could be injurious to human, animal or plant life is prohibited. Storage of other material or equipment may be allowed if not subject ...
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  123. Ord. No. 4138
    BILL NO.30- 18 ORDINANCE NO. AN ORDINANCE ADOPTING SECTION 500. 110 AMENDMENTS TO INCLUDE FURTHER ADDITIONS, INSERTIONS, CHANGES AND DELETIONS TO THE ...
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  124. § 100.090 General Penalty.
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    ... Whenever any act is prohibited by this Code, by an amendment thereof, or by any rule or regulation adopted thereunder, such prohibition shall extend to and include the causing, securing, aiding or abetting ...
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  125. § 340.180 Stopping For School Bus.
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    ... or unloading. A public school district has the authority pursuant to Section 304.050, RSMo., to adopt a policy which provides that the driver of a school bus in the process of loading or unloading ...
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  126. § 405.420 Enforcement of Chapter.
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    ... designee. For carrying into effect its provisions, the City Manager or his/her designee may adopt rules consistent with this Chapter. Careful and comprehensive record of applications, of permits ...
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  127. § 605.675 Issuance of License.
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    ... 605.680 . A business existing and operating as a sexually oriented business at the time of the adoption of this Article shall have seventy-five (75) days in which to comply with the licensing provisions ...
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  128. § 605.740 Regulations Pertaining To Exhibition of Sexually Explicit Films and Videos.
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    ... inches. The City Clerk may waive the foregoing diagram for renewal applications if the applicant adopts a diagram that was previously submitted and certifies that the configuration of the premises has ...
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  129. § 140.270 Court Costs — Generally.
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    ... in each case, except that no such costs shall be collected for any violation of any ordinance adopted under the authority of Chapter 252, RSMo. No such fee shall be collected when the proceeding or ...
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  130. § CR.010 Cross Reference Table.
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    Ordinance Number Date of Adoption Section of Ordinance Section this Code 387 ... — 710.280 Supp. #1, 2/04 3524 4-22-2003 1 — 10 Adopt. Ord. 3527 7-21-2003 1 110.050(A — B) 3528 ... the editorial conference and implemented by the adopting ordinance of this Code. Repealed — Specifically ...
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  131. § 135.020 Meetings, Records and Votes To Be Public — Exceptions.
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    ... pursuant to this Chapter. Operational guidelines, policies and specific response plans developed, adopted, or maintained by any public agency responsible for law enforcement, public safety, first response, ...
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  132. § 405.410 Board of Adjustment.
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    ... Board. The Board shall elect its own Chairman who shall serve for one (1) year. The Board shall adopt, from time to time, such rules and regulations as it may deem necessary to carry into effect the ...
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  133. § 205.020 Additions, Insertions, Deletions and Changes.
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    ... Fire Code or the NFPA 101 Life Safety Code or the rules legally adopted hereunder have been incorrectly interpreted, the provisions of this code ... shall violate any of the provisions of this Chapter of the codes herein adopted, or who shall fail to comply with any of the requirements thereof, or who ...
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  134. Ch 625 Solicitors and Canvassers
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    Editor's Note — Ord. no. 3936 §1, adopted June 18, 2012, repealed ch. 625 and enacted new provisions set out herein. Subsequently — Ord. no. 3978 §1, adopted June 17, 2013, repealed ch. 625 and enacted new provisions set out herein. Former ch. 625 derived from ord. no. 3936 §1, 6-18-2012.
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  135. Ch 710 Grease Management Program Specifications
    ... into the sanitary sewer. d. Grease - A material composed primarily of fats, oil, and grease from animal or vegetable sources. The terms fats, oil, and grease shall be deemed as Grease by definition. ...
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  136. Ch VIII (Reserved)
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    Editor's Note — Ord. no. 3600 § 2, adopted November 15, 2004, repealed Sch. VIII "uncontrolled intersections" with no replacement provisions. At the editor's discretion, we have left this schedule reserved for the city's future use.
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  137. § 405.385 Telecommunication Towers.
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    ... jurisdiction of the FCC. The uncontrolled proliferation of towers in the City of De Soto without adoption of new regulations would diminish property values, the aesthetic quality of the City, and would ...
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  138. Ch 150 Finance and Taxation
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    Editor's Note — Ord. no. 3795-A §1, adopted August 27, 2008, repealed ch. 150 and §2 of said ordinance and enacted new ... ord. no. 3428 §§1 — 2, 10-16-2000. Subsequently, ord. no. 3909 §§1 — 2, adopted October 17, 2011, repealed ch. 150 and enacted new provisions set out ...
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  139. Ch 135 Open Meetings and Records Policy
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    Editor's Note — Ord. no. 3585 §1, adopted August 30, 2004, repealed ch. 135 "open meetings and records policy" and enacted new provisions set out herein. Former ch. 135 derived from CC 1988 §§2-116 — 2-129, 2-131 — 2-133; ord. no. 3440 §2, 1-17-2001.
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  140. Ch 505 Dangerous Buildings
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    Editor's Note — Ord. no. 3604 §1, adopted November 15, 2004, repealed ch. 505 "dangerous and unsafe structures" and enacted new provisions set out herein. Former ch. 505 derived from CC 1988 §§6-11 — 6-19, ord. no. 2377 §§2 — 10, 2-1-1971; ord. no. 2687 §1, 7-21-1980; ord. no. 3299 §1, 3-17-1997.
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  141. Ch 710 Sewers and Sewage Disposal
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    Note — The grease management program specifications adopted by the city are included as an attachment to this chapter in the online version of the city code. This option is only available in the online version. These specifications are on file in the city offices.
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  142. Ch 710 Art I In General
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    Editor's Note — Ord. no. 3559 §1, adopted April 19, 2004, repealed ch. 710 and enacted new provisions set out herein. Former ch. 710 derived ...
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  143. Ch 500 Building Codes and Building Regulations
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    ... ch. 515 ; as to stormwater and erosion control, see ch. 425 . Editor's Note — Ord. no. 3718 §1, adopted January 22, 2007, repealed ch. 500 and enacted new provisions set out herein. Former ch. 500 ...
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  144. Ch 610 Utility License Tax
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    Editor's Note — Ord. no. 3662 §1, adopted March 29, 2006, which was enacted to be in compliance with the Municipal ... no. 3662 are 610.010 and 610.060 to 610.120. Subsequently ord. no. 3704, adopted September 18, 2006, states that ord. no. 3662 was held for naught, so ...
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