Uncodified version of an ordinance that amended Cleveland’s zoning codes to permit agriculture, some farm sales, and the keeping of farm animals in certain residential zones.
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Food sales will be licensed by the Cleveland Dept. of Public Health (Sec.337.25 (d)(1))
composting (Sec. 337.25 (f))
Sec. 337.25 (i)
The Board of Zoning Appeals has to review and approve farm stands and sales, and other buildings and uses in the residential districts (Sec. 337.02(g) and Sec. 337.25); food sales have to be licensed by the Cleveland Department of Public Health (Sec. 337.25).
Uncodified ordinance amending the city's zoning code, Sections 337.02, 337.23, 337.25. Did not check for updating because it applies to multiple code sections.
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