2014 Ordinances

2014-19-Imposing a moratorium on the establishment, location, operation, licensing, or maintenance of facilities, businesses, or any other avtivities involving the production, processing, or retail sale of recreational marijuana or marijuana-infused products

2014-17-Amending the 2014 Budget of the Town of Eatonville, as adopted by Ordinance 2013-19 and amended by Ordinance 2014-9

2014-16-Amending Eatonville Municipal Code to expand the definition of "park" set forth in Section 12.20.010 to include trails

2014-15-Adopting the Budget for the Town of Eatonville, Washington for the calendar year 2015

2014-14-Repealing any Ordinances in conflict thereof and authorizing the collection of the Eatonville Regular Tax Levy for 2015

2014-13-Repealing any Ordinances in conflict thereof and authorizing the collection of the Eatonville EMS levy for 2015

2014-11-Amending Eatonville Municipal Code Chapter 10.08 relating to speed limits by reducing the speed limit on State Route 161 for certain areas located within the Town of Eatonville

2014-10-Amending Ordinance 2014-8 by clarifying the Town's request for an excess tax levy related to funding for public safety costs; providing for the submission to the qualified electors of the Town at the statewide general election to be held November 2, 2014 a Proposition authorizing the Town of Eatonville to levy an excess tax to fund public safety operation costs; and providing for severability, ratification of past consistent actions, and and effective date

2014-9-Amending the 2014 Budget of the Town of Eatonville, as adopted by Ordinance 2013-18

2014-8-Relating to regular property taxes; providing for the submission to the qualified electors of the Town at the statewide general election to be held November 4, 2014. A proposition authorizing an increase in the regular property tax levy in excess of the increase otherwise allowed by Chapter 84.55 RCW to fund public safety operation costs; setting forth the ballot title therefore; requesting that the auditor of Pierce County place the proposition on the November 4, 2014 ballot; providing for severability, ratification of past consistent actions, and fixing the time when the same shall become effective

2014-6-Amending Eatonville Municipal Code Chapter 18.06 "SignRegulations"

2014-5-Amending certain code sections ot Titles 6, 10, 12 and 16 of the Eatonville Municipal Code by increasing penalties

2014-4-Amending Chapter 12.20 and Section 12.20.130 of Title 12 of the Eatonville Municipal Code by amending Park Hours

2014-3-Extending the effective date of interim regulations concerning the production, processing, and retail sale of recreational marijuana and declaring this ordinance a public emergency and thus effective immediately