CITY OF WOODBURY
ORDINANCE NO. 1876
NOTICE: THIS PUBLISHED MATERIAL IS ONLY A SUMMARY OF AN ORDINANCE OF THE CITY OF WOODBURY AMENDING THE
WOODBURY CITY CODE BY AMENDING CHAPTER 27, ENVIRONMENTAL MANAGEMENT, DIVISIONS 8, 9, AND 10. THE FULL TEXT IS AVAILABLE FOR PUBLIC INSPECTION AT THE WOODBURY CITY HALLDURING REGULAR BUSINESS HOURS.
TITLE: AN ORDINANCE OF THE CITY OF WOODBURY, WASHINGTON COUNTY, MINNESOTA, PROVIDING THAT THE CITY CODE BE AMENDED BY AMENDING CHAPTER 27, ENVIRONMENTAL MANAGEMENT, DIVISIONS 8, 9 AND 10
SUMMARY OF WOODBURY ORDINANCE NO. 1876
Chapter 27, Environmental Management, sets forth the section of City Code that outlines the requirements for the preservation and enhancement of natural resources. Included in this chapter are divisions addressing shoreland preservation, wetland protection, controls for stormwater runoff and stormwater management, woodland protection standards, shade tree disease and lawn maintenance standards. The purpose of the chapter is to preserve and enhance the quality of existing natural resources in the City of Woodbury and to conserve the economic, natural, historical and environmental values of these natural resources. Two divisions are proposed that serve to protect the city\'s municipal water supply and provide local enforcement of state statute banning sale and use of coal tar sealants. The addition of following divisions is being proposed: Division 8 Water Supply Protection and Division 9 Enforcement of Statutory Prohibition on Use or Sale of Coal Tar Sealants. Amendments being proposed include renumbering of previous Division 8 Compliance and Enforcement to Division 10 Compliance and Enforcement.
PLEASE NOTE: THIS TITLE AND "SUMMARY OF THE AMENDMENT TO THE WOODBURY CITY CODE BY AMENDING CHAPTER 27, ENVIRONMENTAL MANAGEMENT, DIVISIONS 8, 9 AND 10" CLEARLY INFORMS THE PUBLIC OF THE INTENT AND EFFECT OF THE ORDINANCE AND CONFORMS WITH MINNESOTA STATUTES SECTION 412.191 AND SECTION 331A.01, SUBD. 10.
Passed and adopted by the City Council of the City of Woodbury, Washington County,
Minnesota, this 26th day of March, 2014.
Mary Giuliani StephensMayor
Clinton P. Gridley