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Codified Ordinances (complete through September 25, 2017)

Codified Ordinances Enacted after September 25, 2017:

Ordinance 17-91, Enacted November 13, 2017; Effective December 14, 2017.
Amending the Codified Ordinances in order to delegate authority for health permitting, licensing and enforcement under Ohio law to the Cuyahoga County Board of Health, and to eliminate or modify other ordinances to recognize the delegation of the authority. The legislation amended or repealed the following: Sections 121.01, 127.01, 127.02, 127.03-127.05, 135.06-135.17, 137.09, 137.11, 140.01, 140.02-140.04, 141.21, and 141.27 of the Administrative Code; and Sections 301.02-301.06, 301.08, 301.09, 301.99, 303.01-303.09, 305.01-305.20, 307.01-307.07, 309.01-309.08, 311.01-311.05, 313.01-313.10, 321.01-321.37, 323.01-323.07, 325.01-325.07, 327.01-327.04, 329.01-329.02, 331.01-331.25, 333.01-333.08, 335.01-335.07, 341.01-341.08, 343.01-343.11, 345.01-345.02, 347.01-347.02, 347.04-347.07, 347.12-347.14, 347.17-347.18, 351.02, 351.04, 351.10-351.12, 353.04,353.06, 355.01-355.09, 357.01-357.09, 359.01-359.09, 361.01, 377.03, 379.03, 381.07, 383.02-383.04, 385.01-385.08, 386.05, 386.11, 386.99 of the Health Code.

Ordinance 17-92, Enacted November 13, 2017; Effective November 19, 2017. 
Amending various sections of the Codified Ordinances in order to recognize the reorganization of the Building and Housing Inspection Departments, to create a Department of Building and Housing, and to delegate certain authority under the ordinances to the Director of the new Department. The legislation amended or repealed the following: Sections 107.02; 107.08; 108.03, 108.06; 121.08-121.11; 121.13-121.16; 131.03; 137.07, 137.08; and 173.03 of the Administrative Code; Sections 541.07; 547.02; 547.03; 547.04; and 547.05 of the Business Regulation Code; Sections 901.04; 903.02; 905.06; 905.07; 905.08; and 909.02 of the Fire Code; Sections 1301.05, 1301.07, 1301.08; 1303.01-1303.02; 1303.04-1303.07; 1305.01-1305.02; 1307.01-1307.06; 1309.99; 1311.03, 1311.06-1311.07; 1311.11-1311.12; 1321.07; 1331.03; 1333.04; and 1333.06-1333.08 of the Building Code; and Sections 1403.08; 1407.02; 1407.05; 1409.01-1409.06; 1409.08-1409.10; 1411.02; 1413.01-1413.05; 1415.01-1415.03; 1415.05; 1415.07; 1421.03-1421.06; 1421.08; 1417.02; 1417.04-1417.09; 1417.11; and 1417.13 of the Housing Code.

Ordinance 18-25, Enacted April 23, 2018; Effective May 23, 2018.
Adding new Chapter 1244 and new Section 1263.24 to the Zoning Code of the Codified Ordinances in order to create a Small Lot Infill Development (SLID) Overlay District in portions of the Moreland neighborhood, and amending various sections of the Zoning Code in order to implement the SLID, to amend the CM Commercial Mixed Use District sign standards, to amend the sign regulations in Commercial and Office Districts, to amend local sign district regulations, and to amend the Landmark Commission procedure. The legislation enacted or amended the following sections in the Zoning Code of the Codified Ordinances: Sections 1212.02, 1212.03, 1212.06, 1213.06, 1213.09, 1213.10, 1216.01, 1220.03, 1221.03, 1222.03, 1223.03, 1224.03, 1225.03, 1230.04, 1231.03, 1232.03, 1233.03, 1234.03, 1234.10, 1240.04, 1241.03, 1242.02, 1242.10, 1244.01-1244.13, 1250.07, 1250.09, and Section 1263.24.

Ordinance 18-57, Enacted June 25, 2018; Effective June 30, 2018.
Amending Sections 141.18 and 141.22 of the Administrative Code of the Shaker Heights Codified Ordinances relative to synchronizing the age groups for swimming pool and ice skating rink programs of the Department of Recreation.

Ordinance 18-56, Enacted July 23, 2018; Effective August 1, 2018.
Enacting new Chapter 163, entitled "Small Cellular Wireless Facilities in the Right-of-Way", to the Administrative Code of the Codified Ordinances, in order to establish procedures, regulations, and standards, consistent with federal and state laws, for the siting, construction installation, collocation, maintenance, modification, operation, repair, replacement, and removal of small cellular facilities and wireless support structures in the right-of-way, and declaring an emergency.

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