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AMENDMENT TO BURN ORDINANCE

ORDINANCE NO. 2012-17

AN ORDINANCE AMENDMENT TO THE BURNING ORDINANCE IN THE TOWN OF NASHVILLE

IN THE STATE OF INDIANA

WHEREAS: The Town's ordinances regulating the burning of trash and construction waste were passed in the year of 1970, and:

WHERES: The Town Council believes that public concern about the dangers of air pollution has greatly increased since the date of said o

It is therefore ORDAINED that the portion of Ordinance 4-6-70, codified as section 131.05 (F) be amended by the deletion of the following language:

Except that such fires may be burned between sunrise and sunset if a suitable fire burner, so constructed as to prevent the escape of burning material or spark which might endanger surrounding property, is used;

(1) provided no such fire shall be permitted within 30 feet or any building nor within 200 feet of any flammable liquid accumulation or storage;

(2) provided further, that the burning does not violate the air pollution code.

In all other regards the ordinance shall remain unchanged.  This amendment shall become effective upon passage and publication as required by law.

IT IS SO ORDAINED ON THIS 20TH day of December 2012 BY THE AUTHORITY OF THE NASHVILLE TOWN COUNCIL.

Council President Robert Kirlin

Council Vice-President Charles B. King

Council Member R. Sean Cassiday

Council Member Jane Gore

Council Member Arthur Omberg

Prepared by:

James T. Roberts, Attorney for the Town of Nashville

ATTEST:

Brenda K. Young

Clerk-Treasurer

13-03  1/2 & 1/9/2013  31611611

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Josephine Lee Cueto, 62, Morgantown
  Daughter of Priscilla Burgmeier of Nashville

Mary 'Jane' Kollman, 92, Nashville
  Mother of Janet (Tom) Gaskins of Nashville

Charlotte K. (Adkins) Wilson, 67, Franklin
  Former resident of Brown County

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