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2016-01 Amends Section 10

Ordinance 2016-01

An Ordinance to Amend Section 10.General Industrial District (GI) Use Regulations C. Uses Permitted on Review # 8 of the Zoning Ordinance of the Town of Newell, South Dakota.

 

Be it ordained that after 7 Section 10 letter C Uses Permitted on Review in the Zoning Ordinance for the Town of Newell the following language will be set forth temporary grazing for weed and grass control.   

 

Section 10.  GENERAL INDUSTRAIL DISTRICT (GI) USE REGULATIONS

 

A.     General Description

 

This district is intended to contain a wide range of heavy commercial and light industrial activities of a non-nuisance nature, which by reason of these land requirements are separated from the general commercial district, but may in some uses be compatible with such district.

 

B.      Permitted Uses

 

1.      Manufacturing, processing, fabrication, sales, service, repair, warehousing and wholesaling of goods, including farm products, of a non-nuisance nature without limitation of floor space:

 

2.      Utility, facility and maintenance especially those connected with electricity, gas, fuel, oil, sewer, water, drainage, communications, telegraph, telephone, public transport, police, fire or postal services;

 

3.      Public utilities compatible with industrial zone;

 

4.      Service stations;

 

5.      Restaurants and eating places including drive-ins; and

 

6.      Incidental uses and building normally associated with the above.

 

C.     Uses Permitted on Review – Uses permitted upon review by the governing body on a conditional basis include:

 

1.      Intensive agricultural products processing;

 

2.      Motor freight, mail and water transportation facilities;

 

3.      Planned industrial parks incorporating a range of industrial uses;

 

4.      Sanitary landfills;

 

5.      Similar uses upon a finding of compatibility by the governing body;

 

6.      Outdoor advertising and sign subject to size, type and placement restrictions especially when viewed from residential districts; and

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7.      Incidental uses and buildings normally associated with the above

8.   Temporary grazing for weed and grass control.   

 

                                                                             

D.     Lot Width and Area Requirements – There shall be no minimum width and area requirements except that main and accessory structures shall occupy no more than 75 percent of the lot area.

 

E.      Height Limitation – No structure shall be erected to exceed a height of 35 feet.  Certain structures – silos, grain elevators or other structures used for the storage of raw products –

shall be exempt from these height restrictions.

 

F.  Yard Requirements

 

1.      Front yard- Minimum of 25 feet.

 

2.      There shall be no side or rear yard requirements, except where this district abuts a residential district, a side and/or a rear yard of 25 feet shall be provided.

 

 

 

_______________________________                                                   _____________________________

Jennifer Parrow, Finance Officer                                                               M.R. Keolker Mayor

 

 

 

First Reading                 08 February, 2016                                                  Published               17 February, 2016

Second Reading

2006-03 Water Surcharge

                                                                          TOWN OF NEWELL                                                                        

Ordinance03-2006

 

Ordinance 03-2006 Amendment to Ordinance 01-2002

 

To Include Section VII, Water Surcharge

 

Section VII. Water Surcharge:

 

Be it ordained that all residential and commercial users of City of Newell water services will be required to pay a monthly surcharge of three ($3.00) dollars. The assessed charge will entitle each household the use of irrigation water for seasonal watering and becomes due as a part of the monthly water bill payment.

 

Be it further ordained that all users of City Water will be considered a recipient of irrigation water service and will be required to pay the monthly charge. Exceptions may be granted by action of the Newell Board of City Commissioners, acting at a City meeting, for those agricultural acreages that are assessed directly by the Belle Fourche Irrigation District. Further exceptions may be granted by the Board of City Commissioners if the City finds it unable to provide the water service to any user.

 

All Ordinances or parts of Ordinances in conflict herewith are hereby repealed. This Ordinance shall be in full force and effect, after passage and approved with the May water bill which will be due June 1, 2006.

 

Approved: April 12, 2006

2016-01 General Industrial District Use Regulations

Ordinance 2016-01

An Ordinance to Amend Section 10.General Industrial District (GI) Use Regulations C. Uses Permitted on Review # 8 of the Zoning Ordinance of the Town of Newell, South Dakota.

 

Be it ordained that after 7 Section 10 letter C Uses Permitted on Review in the Zoning Ordinance for the Town of Newell the following language will be set forth temporary grazing for weed and grass control.   

 

Section 10.  GENERAL INDUSTRIAL DISTRICT (GI) USE REGULATIONS

 

A.     General Description

 

This district is intended to contain a wide range of heavy commercial and light industrial activities of a non-nuisance nature, which by reason of these land requirements are separated from the general commercial district, but may in some uses be compatible with such district.

 

B.       Permitted Uses

 

1.       Manufacturing, processing, fabrication, sales, service, repair, warehousing and wholesaling of goods, including farm products, of a non-nuisance nature without limitation of floor space:

 

2.       Utility, facility and maintenance especially those connected with electricity, gas, fuel, oil, sewer, water, drainage, communications, telegraph, telephone, public transport, police, fire or postal services;

 

3.       Public utilities compatible with industrial zone;

 

4.       Service stations;

 

5.       Restaurants and eating places including drive-ins; and

 

6.       Incidental uses and building normally associated with the above.

 

C.      Uses Permitted on Review – Uses permitted upon review by the governing body on a conditional basis include:

 

1.       Intensive agricultural products processing;

 

2.       Motor freight, mail and water transportation facilities;

 

3.       Planned industrial parks incorporating a range of industrial uses;

 

4.       Sanitary landfills;

 

5.       Similar uses upon a finding of compatibility by the governing body;

 

6.       Outdoor advertising and sign subject to size, type and placement restrictions especially when viewed from residential districts; and

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7.       Incidental uses and buildings normally associated with the above

8.   Temporary grazing for weed and grass control.   

 

                                                                             

D.     Lot Width and Area Requirements – There shall be no minimum width and area requirements except that main and accessory structures shall occupy no more than 75 percent of the lot area.

 

E.      Height Limitation – No structure shall be erected to exceed a height of 35 feet.  Certain structures – silos, grain elevators or other structures used for the storage of raw products –

shall be exempt from these height restrictions.

 

F.  Yard Requirements

 

1.       Front yard- Minimum of 25 feet.

 

2.       There shall be no side or rear yard requirements, except where this district abuts a residential district, a side and/or a rear yard of 25 feet shall be provided.

 

 

 

_______________________________                                                   _____________________________

Jennifer Parrow, Finance Officer                                                               M.R. Keolker Mayor

 

 

 

First Reading                 08 February, 2016                                                  Published               17 February, 2016

Second Reading

2006-04 Establishes Fines for Ordinance Violations

TOWN OF NEWELL

Ordinance 04-2006

 

Establishing Schedule of Fine for City Ordinance violations

 

2006 City of Newell Codes & Fine Schedule

Effective June 1, 2006

 

City Violations:

Animal Not Licensed:                                                         $      96.00

Animal At-Large:                                                                        96.00

Animal Disturbing the Peace:                                                      96.00

Animal in City Parks/animal Waste:                                           96.00

Littering:                                                                                      96.00

Illegal Discharge of Fireworks:  Mandatory Court Appearance (MCA)

Disorderly Conduct:                                         - MCA-               96.00

 

 Moving /Traffic Violations:

 

Littering from Motor Vehicle:           Ord. ___     Sec.___   $     96.00

Stop Sign/Light Violation:                 Ord. 84  Sec. 6 & 24         94.00

Driving: Wrong side of Street:           Ord. 84  Sec. 5                  94.00

Illegal Overtaking & Passing:            Ord. 84  Sec. 2                  90.00

Illegal U-turn:                                    Ord. 84  Sec. 3c                 94.00

Careless Driving:                               Ord. 84  Sec. 19                 94.00

Illegal Muffler:                                  Ord. 84  Sec. 22                 69.00

Passing Funeral Procession:              Ord 84  Sec. 21                  94.00

 

 Prohibited Parking:               (Ordinance 84. Section 10)

 

Fire Hydrant:                                                                        $    69.00

Parking Against Traffic:                                                             69.00

Double Parked:                                                                           69.00

Parked in No Parking Zone:                                                       69.00

Improper Parking:                                                                      69.00

Handicapped Only Parking:                                                       75.00

Section 30. Penalty:

a. any person violating any of the provisions of the Ordinance shall, upon conviction, be punished by a fine of not to exceed one hundred ($100.00) dollars, or by imprisonment not to exceed thirty (30) days, or both such fine and imprisonment in the discretion of the Court.

                                                    

 All Ordinances or parts of Ordinances in conflict herewith are hereby repealed. This Ordinance shall be in full force and effect, after passage and approval.

Approved: May 10, 2006

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Fines and Penalties for Defacing City Property

 

Cemetery:                                    $    100.00

Golf Course:                                      100.00

Water Tower:                                    100.00

Vagrancy:                                             5.00 to 100.00