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County: Citrus

Date Created: 06/21/22
Last updated:06/21/22

Citrus County, FL to Consider Future Ordinance Amending Noise and Pollution Regulations
The Commission will Set a Public Hearing on July 12, 2022 at 1:30 p.m. on an Ordinance of Citrus County, Florida, relating to noise, vibration and air pollution; amending Chapter 21, Article I, Section 21-11 entitled "Definitions"; amending Chapter 21, Article II, Section 21-20 entitled "Prohibition"; amending Chapter 21, Article II, Section 21-23 entitled "Noise Sensitive Zones"; amending Chapter 21, Article II, Section 21-25 entitled "Measurement of Sound"; amending Chapter 21, Article II, Section 21-26 entitled "Specific Noise Prohibitions"; amending Chapter 21, Article II, Section 21-32 entitled "Enforcement"; providing for severability; providing for modifications that may arise from consideration at Public Hearing; providing for scrivener's errors; providing for codification; and providing for an effective date.

Issue History

06/21/22  The Commission will hold a public hearing at the 7/12/22 meeting.

Related Documents

6/27/22 Background
6/27/22 Meeting Agenda

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