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  • Before writing the OneCode, we wanted to find out what is important to you and the character of your neighborhood, so that OneCode reflects your values, which is what we did during the May 5 th and May 13 th workshops…asked you to comment and vote on 6 specific topics and left the 7 th topic open for you to identify any code related issues of concern to you
  • Before writing the OneCode, we wanted to find out what is important to you and the character of your neighborhood, so that OneCode reflects your values, which is what we did during the May 5 th and May 13 th workshops…asked you to comment and vote on 6 specific topics and left the 7 th topic open for you to identify any code related issues of concern to you
  • Specifically we asked you about the topics you see listed here…
  • 84% of you think commercial vehicles should be allowed in residential areas; however, you also think that where they are allowed to park, the character and the number of commercial vehicles allowed should be regulated
  • 53% of you think commercial vehicles should be regulated by at least size and weight
  • This is the proposed definition for commercial vehicles, which is any vehicle designed or used primarily for the transportation of property, equipment or persons for hire other than a passenger vehicle as defined below, as well as any vehicle (including a passenger vehicle) that contains advertised markings in excess of 3 square feet per side or per vehicle top.  Commercial vehicles include, but are not limited to, tractor-trailers and any parts thereof, construction equipment, trucks with bucket lifts, wreckers, tow trucks or other vehicles equipped with a hoist or other mechanical equipment designed to perform a similar function, busses, taxicabs, step vans, utility trucks, flatbed trucks, limousines and any vehicle commonly recognized as a commercial vehicle.  Police cars, ambulances and fire trucks are not classified as commercial vehicles. As you can see by reviewing the commercial vehicle code summary and proposed regulation sheet, this definition is a combination and expansion of the existing definitions and is based on the feedback you gave us.
  • Based on your input the proposed regulations for commercial vehicles are… You voted on general aspects of these proposed regulations, and momentarily we would like to get your input on the more specific regulations being proposed here. Again, all of this information can be found on the commercial vehicle code summary and proposed regulation sheet. For some of these items the existing codes are very similar, so the proposed regulations reflect a minor to nil change, in other instances it is a considerable change in the current regulation, which is why we will be asking you to complete a questionnaire shortly.
  • You can find all of this information on the parking code summary and proposed regulation sheet. For these items the existing codes are very similar, as such these proposed regulations reflect a minor to nil change in the current regulation.
  • Based on your input the proposed regulation for boat lifts and pilings is… Additionally, these are the proposed regulations for other marine standards, such as boathouses, docks, decks and docked boats. You can find all of this information on the marine standards code summary and proposed regulation sheet. For these items the existing codes are very similar, as such these proposed regulations reflect a minor to nil change in the current regulation.
  • Again, the marine standards sheet has a summary of the existing code and these proposed regulations
  • Based on your input the proposed regulation for setbacks of sheds and accessory structures is… Additionally, these are the proposed regulations for other accessory structure standards, such as height, separation, floor area and kitchens. You can find all of this information on the sheds and accessory structure code summary and proposed regulation sheet. For these items the existing codes are very similar, as such these proposed regulations reflect a minor to nil change in the current regulation.
  • Based on your input the proposed height regulation for fences, walls and hedges is… Additionally, these are the proposed regulations for other fences, walls and hedges standards, such as height around swimming pools and setback information. You can find all of this information on the sheds and accessory structure code summary and proposed regulation sheet. For these items the existing codes are very similar, as such these proposed regulations reflect a minor to nil change in the current regulation.
  • Again, for these items the existing codes are very similar, as such these proposed regulations reflect a minor to nil change in the current regulation. All of this information can be found on the parking code summary and proposed regulation sheet.
  • 75% want maximum size limitations established for boats, RVs and utility trailers
  • Based on your input the proposed regulations for boats, RVs and utility trailers are… You voted on general aspects of these proposed regulations, and momentarily we would like to get your input on the more specific regulations being proposed here. All of this information can be found on the boats, RVs and utility trailer code summary and proposed regulation sheet. For some of these items the existing codes are very similar, so the proposed regulations reflect a minor to nil change, in other instances it is a considerable change in the current regulation, which is why we will be asking you to complete a questionnaire shortly.
  • Again, you can find this information on the boats, RVs and utility trailer code summary and proposed regulation sheet. After we review the results and proposed regulation for commercial vehicles, we will pass out a questionnaire to gather your input on these proposed Boat, RV, and trailer regulations as well as the proposed regs for commercial vehicles, as we would like to get your input on aspects of these proposed regs.

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