Ordinances – 1940s

Title Passed
560 – Regulating the Use of Public Streets 12/20/1949
559 – Naming the Parks Owned by City of Lexington 12/13/1949
550 – Regulating Use of Streets for Parking 10/11/1949
544 – Annual Approporation Bill 7/26/1949
545 – Levy for Taxation of all Taxable Property 7/26/1949
542 – Establish a “Congested District” Within Limits 6/28/1949
538 – E1/2 6-9-21 5/24/1949
536 – Amend Section 3 Article II Chapter II 4/26/1949
537 – Amend Section 4 Bond and Permit for Sewer 4/26/1949
531 – Issuance of District Paving Bonds 4/5/1949
532 – Issuance of Intersection Paving Bonds 4/5/1949
533 – Issuance and Delivery of Sewer Bonds 4/5/1949
534 – Issuance and Delivery of Sewer Bonds 4/5/1949
522 – Changing the Business District 12/7/1948
524 * NW1/4 6-9-21 East Lynn Addition 12/7/1948
518 – Repeal all of Article 6 of Chapter 2 of Code 11/23/1948
521 – Amend Section 3 of Ordinance No. 477 11/23/1948
525 – Regulating Production of Milk and Milk Prod. 11/21/1948
516 * E1/2 6-9-21 11/12/1948
512 * Federal Aid Grant 10/29/1948
513 * Award Contract 10/29/1948
511 – Amend Subparagraph of Sec. 3 of Ordinance 379 10/19/1948
504 – Opening and Closing Hours Pool Halls 9/21/1948
505 – Amend Sec. 2 of Art. 1 of Chap. 10 of City Code 9/21/1948
497 * Federal Aid 9/1/1948
Title Passed
498 * Fed Aid State Aeronautics 9/1/1948
499 * Federal Aid Engeneering Dept 9/1/1948
496 – Amend Section 1 Article 3 Chapter 4 of Code 8/17/1948
493 – Paving and Improvement District No. 2 8/3/1948
487 – Annual Approporation Bill 7/20/1948
488 – Levy for Taxation on all Taxable Property 7/20/1948
482 – Repeal all of Article 5 Chapter 3 of City Code 7/6/1948
477 – Appoint City Manager and Salary 5/14/1948
476 – Repeal Section 19 of Chapter 2 Article 1 of Code 3/2/1948
475 – Combine Clerk and Treasurer 2/4/1948
467 – Issue and Sell Bonds of City of Lexington 10/28/1947
449 – Calling for Special Election 7/1/1947
450 – Regulate Production of Milk and Its Products 7/1/1947
430 – Declaring Necessity for Private Property 12/3/1946
428 – Improving Land for Parks and Public Grounds 10/1/1946
427 – Buildings within Corporate Limits 9/18/1946
425 – Designating Between Tract I & H of Abel’s 1st 8/6/1946
422 – Levy for Taxation on all Taxable Property 7/2/1946
423 – Annual Approporation Bill 7/2/1946
412 – Creating Board of Aeronautics of City of Lex 2/5/1946
409 – Vacate Alley Blk 19 Maccoll & Leflangs Add. 12/4/1945
406 – Amend Section 2 of Article 1 Chapter 10 of Code 10/9/1945
400 – Annual Levy Ordinance 7/10/1945
401 – Annual Appropriation Bill 7/10/1945
397 – Issue and Sell Bonds of City of Lexington

6/5/1945

Title Passed
393 – Election Aviation Field 1/9/1945
391 – Describing Tax Foreclosure Property 12/5/1944
385 – Approving Agreement Between PPD and City 2/8/1944
386 – Submission to Voters of City of Lexington 2/8/1944
384 – Create Planning Commission 12/10/1943
383 – Regulating Sale of Milk and Milk Products 8/3/1943
380 – Levy for Taxation on all Taxable Property 7/6/1943
381 – Annual Appropriation Bill 7/6/1943
379 – Regulations for Handling Garbage 6/1/1943
377 – Blackout Ordinance 10/2/1942
370 – Annual Levy Ordinance 7/7/1942
371 – Annual Appropriation Bill 7/7/1942
367 – Levying Occupation Tax on Bowling Alleys 10/14/1941
368 – Sewer District No. 25 10/14/1941
365 – Annual Levy Ordinance 7/1/1941
361 – Annual Levy Ordinance 7/2/1940
360 – Creating a Board of Public Works 3/29/1940

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