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(Adopted April 12, 1999 99STM15)
(Amended April 12, 2004 04ATM56)
RECYCLING ACCESS — RESIDENTIAL CONDOMINUMS/APARTMENT COMPLEXES
Section 1. Complex Manager to Supply Containers
Within thirty (30) days of the effective date of this by–law, any person, firm, corporation or any other entity responsible for the management of a residential condominium/apartment complex, as the term "manager" is defined in General Laws, Chapter 183A, Section 1, shall be responsible for supplying and maintaining recycling containers suitable for the following recyclable materials: glass (bottles and jars only); plastic containers labeled as follows: 1/PETE, 2/HDPE, or 9; aluminum (deposit and non–deposit cans, foil pie plates, etc.); metal cans; newspapers, magazines, and corrugated boxes.
Section 2. Dumpsters to Comply with By–Laws
Any dumpster used to satisfy the requirements of this by–law shall meet all requirements set forth in Chapter 13, Section 47 of the Revised By–Laws of the Town.
Section 3. Failure to Comply
Failure to comply with the terms of this by–law shall result in a written warning.
Section 4. Penalties
Any violation of this by–law that follows the issuance of a written warning shall be subject to enforcement by a fine pursuant to non–criminal disposition in accordance with Chapter 40, Section 21D of the General Laws and Chapter 1, Section 6 of the Revised By–Laws of the Town. The penalty for each non–criminal violation shall be twenty–five dollars ($25). Each day a violation continues shall constitute a separate offense. The persons empowered to enforce this by–law pursuant to non–criminal disposition shall include police officers, or the Board of Health or its agent(s) and/or the Code Enforcement Officer.
04ATM56 TR 171: Add the words “and/or the Code Enforcement Officer” after the word “agent(s)”
Chapter Thirty-Three -- Other amendments proposed but not adopted: NONE.
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