Public Notice No. 5513


PUBLIC NOTICE
The Town of Lusk will have the third and final reading of the following Ordinances at their regular Council Meeting on October 6, 2020. They are as follows:
ORDINANCE NO. 6-20-100, An Ordinance Prohibiting Metal Detecting and Digging or Probing the Ground on Public Property within the Town of Lusk, Wyoming.
Be it Ordained by the Governing Body of the Town of Lusk, Wyoming:
Section One: a new Chapter 16 in Title 6 of the Lusk Municipal Code entitled “Metal Detecting and disturbing Public Property” is enacted and shall be inserted into the Lusk Municipal Code upon passage as follows:
6-16-100. Metal Detecting and digging, probing, or otherwise disturbing the ground on public property prohibited. It is declared unlawful for any person or persons to enter upon public property within the limits of the Town of Lusk, Wyoming for the purpose of using a metal detector to locate objects and to dig, probe or otherwise disturb the ground on said public property. Metal detecting, digging, probing, or otherwise disturbing the ground on public property except for municipal utility purposes is a misdemeanor punishable as provided in Ordinance 2-35-100 Lusk Municipal Code 2004.
ORDINANCE NO. 8-15-150, An Ordinance Amending Existing Ordinance No. 8-15-150 Deleting the Words “Dispensing Room” and “Brewing Area” and Inserting the Words “Any Area of the Licensed Building Where Alcohol is Served and/or Consumed.”
Be it Ordained by the Governing Body of the Town of Lusk, Wyoming:
Section One: That Ordinance 8-15-150 of the “Municipal Code of Lusk,” 2004, is amended to read as follows:
8-15-150. Licensed Building Restrictions.
    •    It is unlawful for any persons under the age of 21 years to enter or remain in any area of the licensed building where alcohol is served and/or consumed, except as provided in this section.
    •    No Licensee, permittee or agent, employee or servant of a licensee or permittee shall permit any person under the age of 21 years to enter or remain in any area of the licensed building where alcohol is served and/or consumed, except as provided in this section.
    •    This section shall not apply to a licensee’s employee under the age of 21 years, when in the course of his employment, the employee is in the licensed building and the licensed building is not open for sale and dispensing of alcoholic beverages or brewing of malt beverages.
    •    Restaurant and Bar and Grill Liquor Licensees are not subject to this section, however, persons under the age of 21 years are not allowed in areas where alcohol is dispensed or brewed except as provided in sub-section (c) above.
    •    The Licensee shall be liable for violations of this section and may be cited as well as the employees and agents of licensee violating this section. A violation shall be a misdemeanor and punished as set forth in Lusk City Ordinance 2-35-100.
    •    In the event the governing body of the Town of Lusk should grant an exception to this section, the same shall be by written permit which shall specify all terms and conditions to the permit.
ORDINANCE NO. 9-10-100, An Ordinance Amending Existing Ordinance No. 9-10-100, Forbidding Livestock within the Town of Lusk, Wyoming without a Permit.
Be it Ordained by the Governing Body of the Town of Lusk, Wyoming:
Section One: That Ordinance 9-10-100 of the “Municipal Code of Lusk,” 2004, is amended in paragraph (a) to include “Hived Bees” within the listing of livestock for which a permit is required as follows:
    •    It shall be unlawful for any person or persons, firm or corporation to keep within the Town of Lusk any swine, chickens, geese or other poultry, or any cows, goats, sheep, horses, or hived bees, or other livestock of any nature without first obtaining a permit to do so from the Town Clerk of the Town of Lusk.
Section Two: That Ordinance 9-10-100 of the “Municipal Code of Lusk,” is also amended in paragraph (b) (4) to include registering “hived bees” with the Wyoming Department of Agriculture as a condition to receiving a permit as follows”
    •    (4) The facilities must conform to all state and city regulations, ordinances and laws relating to sanitary conditions and livestock maintenance. Hived Bees must be registered as to hive type, number, and location with the Department of Agriculture before a permit will be issued.
Public Notice No. 5513. Published in The Lusk Herald on September 23, 2020.


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