Municipal Code

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Village of Butler Fee Schedule         

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Recently Adopted Ordinances

Ordinance 18-01: Ordinance to Repeal and Recreate Article VI, Chapter 24 of the Municipal Code of the Village of Butler Related to Sex Offender Residency.
Sex Offender Prohibited Locations Map – 750 feet around any School, Religious Establishments, Park, or Public Library.

Ordinance 18-02: Ordinance Repealing and Recreating Section 32-76 of the Village of Butler Municipal Code with regard to Front and Side Yard Parking in Residential and Business Districts.

Ordinance 18-03: Ordinance Amending Section 22-68 (b) and (c) of the Municipal Code with regard to Height of lawn and other grasses.

Ordinance 18-04: Ordinance Amending Section 32-67 of the Municipal Code with regard to Parking in Private Driveways; Parking on Residential Lawns or other Non-Driveway Areas.

Ordinance 18-05: Ordinance Amending Section 54-601 (c) of the Municipal Code with regard to Fences.

Ordinance 18-06: Ordinance Amending Section 24-1 of the Municipal Code with Regard to Adoption of State Offenses

Ordinance 18-07: Ordinance Amending Section 32-84 of the Municipal Code with Regard to Parking Prohibited during Certain Hours on Certain Streets   (Map)

 

Recently Adopted Resolutions

Resolution 18-01: A Resolution to Increase Stormwater Equivalent Runoff Unit (ERU) Rates

Resolution 18-02: A Resolution Rescheduling Certain Village Board and Committee Meetings Due to Scheduled 2018 Elections

Resolution 18-03: Initial Resolution Authoring General Obligation Bonds in an Amount Not to Exceed $1,095,000 for Street Improvement Projects

Resolution 18-04: A Resolution Providing for the Sale of Not to Exceed $1,095,000 General Obligation Street Improvement Bonds, Series 2018A

Resolution 18-05: Resolution Awarding the Sale of $1,090,000 General Obligation Street Improvement Bonds, Series 2018A

Resolution 18-06: A Resolution Terminating Tax Incremental District No. 1

Resolution 18-07: A Resolution Revising the Fee Schedule as Referenced by the Village of Butler Municipal Code

Resolution 18-08: A Resolution Authorizing the Redemption of Community Development Authority of the Village of Butler Community Development Lease Revenue Refunding Bonds, Dated February 14, 2007

Resolution 18-09: A Resolution Honoring and Expressing Appreciation to Debbie Briggs for her 24 Years of Service Representing Butler on the Hamilton School Board

Resolution 18-10: A Resolution to Approve the Compliance Maintenance Annual Report

Resolution 18-11: A Resolution Establishing Eligibility for Exemption from the County Library Levy

Resolution 18-12: A Resolution Honoring and Expressing Appreciation to Barbara Spinney for her 49 years of Outstanding Service to the Village of Butler

Resolution 18-13: A Resolution Rescheduling Certain Village Board and Committee Meetings Due to Scheduled 2018 Elections

Resolution 18-14: A Resolution to Adopt Individual Fund Budgets in the Amounts Indicated for the Calendar Year 2019

Resolution 18-15: A Resolution to Adopt the following Individual Utility Fund Operating Budgets for the Calendar Year 2019

Resolution 18-16: A Resolution to Place Delinquent Utility Accounts, Unpaid Charges and Fees on the tax Roll for the Year 2019

Resolution 18-17: A Resolution Revising the Fee Schedule as Referenced by the Village of Butler Municipal Code