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Posted on: September 11, 2020

[ARCHIVED] Ordinances review relating to obstruction of signs, streets, sidewalks, and parking lots

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Ordinance Amending Chapter 21.5 and 22 of the City’s Code of Ordinances

AN ORDINANCE OF THE CITY OF ANGLETON, TEXAS, AMENDING CHAPTER 21.5 OF THE CITY’S CODE OF ORDINANCES RELATING TO THE OBSTRUCTION OF SIGNS CAUSED BY TREES, SHRUBS, BUSHES, AND OTHER VEGETATIVE MATERIAL

The City Council of the City of Angleton, Texas, is continuously reviewing the Code of Ordinances; and Chapter 21.5 of the Code of Ordinances contains rules and regulations concerning signs. The City Council finds that such rules and regulations should be updated to require that all trees, shrubs, bushes, or other vegetative material be maintained so as not to obstruct the view of any sign, and to provide a nine foot clearance above all signs; and the City Council recognizes that an effective and efficient code promotes the health, safety, and welfare of the citizens of the City.

AN ORDINANCE OF THE CITY OF ANGLETON, TEXAS, AMENDING DIVISION 2 OF ARTICLE II OF CHAPTER 22 OF THE CITY’S CODE OF ORDINANCES RELATING TO THE OBSTRUCTION OF STREETS, SIDEWALKS, AND PARKING LOTS CAUSED BY TREES, SHRUBS, BUSHES, AND OTHER VEGETATIVE MATERIAL

The City Council of the City of Angleton, Texas, is continuously reviewing the Code of Ordinances; and Division 2 of Article II of Chapter 22 of the Code of Ordinances contains rules and regulations concerning obstructions on streets, sidewalks, and other public places.  The City Council finds that such rules and regulations should be updated to require that all trees, shrubs, bushes, or other vegetative material be maintained so as to provide a fourteen foot clearance above all streets and parking lots; and the City Council finds that such rules and regulations should be updated to require that all sidewalks are clear of any obstructions caused by shrubs, bushes, or other vegetative material, and that trees be maintained so as to provide a nine foot clearance above all sidewalks; and the City Council recognizes that an effective and efficient code promotes the health, safety, and welfare of the citizens of the City.


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