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Leonard Village
Adoption of an Amendment to Ordinance No. 3: Fire Prevention

April 20, 2011

VILLAGE OF LEONARD

Notice of Adoption of an Amendment to Ordinance No. 3

THE FIRE PREVENTION ORDINANCE

NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that at a council meeting on April 11, 2011, the Village Council of the Village of Leonard adopted an amendment to the Village of Leonard Ordinance No. 3, the Fire Prevention Ordinance. A synopsis of the Ordinance follows:

THE VILLAGE OF LEONARD ORDAINS:

SECTION 1 TITLE

SECTION 2 INTERNATIONAL FIRE PREVENTION CODE

SECTION 3 PURPOSE

The purpose and intent of this Ordinance is to prescribe minimum requirements and controls to safeguard life, property, or public welfare from the hazards of fire and explosion arising from the storage, handling or use of substances, materials or devices, and to establish regulations preventing conditions hazardous to life or property in the use or occupancy of buildings or premises.

SECTION 4: REFERENCES IN CODE

SECTION 5: STATE REGULATIONS PREVAIL

SECTION 6: CHANGES IN THE CODE

Section 101.1 TITLE - shall be amended.

Section 103.1 GENERAL - shall be amended.

Section 103.1.1 AUTHORIZATION - shall be added.

Section 104.1 GENERAL - shall be amended.

Section 109.3 VIOLATION PENALTIES - shall be amended.

Section 111.4 FAILURE TO COMPLY - shall be amended.

Section 3401.3 REFERENCED DOCUMENTS - shall be amended.

Section 3404.2.9.6.1 LOCATIONS WHERE ABOVE-GROUND TANKS ARE PROHIBITED - shall be amended.

Section 3406.2.4.4 LOCATIONS WHERE ABOVE-GROUND TANKS ARE PROHIBITED - shall be amended.

Section 3506.2 LIMITATIONS - shall be amended.

Section 3804.2 MAXIMUM CAPACITY WITHIN ESTABLISHED LIMITS - shall be amended.

SECTION 7 SEVERABILITY

SECTION 8 REPEALER

SECTION 9 - SAVINGS CLAUSE

SECTION 10 - EFFECTIVE DATE

SECTION 11 ADOPTION

Copies of the Ordinance and the International Fire Code, 2009 Edition are available for use or inspection during regular business hours at the Village Hall, which is located at 23 East Elmwood Street in Leonard, Michigan.

Cindy Grosskopf,

Clerk, Village of Leonard