Establishes standards for urban agriculture, including operational requirements and application/registration requirements.
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"For the health and safety of all area residents, synthetic chemical fertilizers, herbicides, weed killers, insecticides, and pesticides are not permitted on the property. " 7.25.02(A)(6)
"It is the purpose and intent of this division to establish appropriate standards which allow for urban agriculture, while mitigating any associated undesirable impacts. Urban agriculture may create impacts which can be detrimental to the quality of life of adjacent property owners." 7.25.01
"Upon receipt of the application, the environmental committee shall add the contact information to the registry and forward an updated registry to code enforcement" 7.25.03(B)-(D)
Appendix A-land development code; Chapter 7-Zoning; Section 7.25.00 Urban Agriculture. History: (Ord. No. 2016-2073, § XV, 6-21-2016)
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