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By-law to determine cost-sharing for division fences
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<br /> <br /> <br /> <br /> THE CORPORATION OF THE CITY OF PICKERING <br /> <br /> <br /> BY-LAW NO. 6944/09 <br /> <br /> Being a by-law to determine cost-sharing for division fences <br /> <br /> WHEREAS pursuant to Subsection 98(1) of the Municipal Act, 2001 a local municipality <br /> may provide that the Line Fences Act does not apply to all or any part of the <br /> municipality; and <br /> <br /> WHEREAS paragraph 7 of Subsection 11(3) of the Municipal Act, 2001 provides that a <br /> lower-tier municipality may enact by-laws respecting structures, including fences; and <br /> <br /> WHEREAS the Council of The Corporation of the City of Pickering considers it desirable <br /> to pass a by-law to provide for the cost sharing of division fences. <br /> <br /> NOW THEREFORE THE COUNCIL OF THE CORPORATION OF THE CITY OF <br /> PICKERING HEREBY ENACTS AS FOLLOWS: <br /> <br /> <br /> PART I - INTERPRETATION <br /> <br /> Definitions <br /> <br /> 1. In this by-law, <br /> <br /> (a) "actual cost means the total cost to construct, re-construct, repair- or <br /> maintain a division fence and includes the value of the materials used and <br /> the labour performed to complete the work; <br /> <br /> (b) "adjoining owner" means the person who owns land adjacent to land on <br /> which an owner seeks to construct, re-construct,. repair or maintain a <br /> division fence; <br /> <br /> (c) "basic cosy" means the cost to construct a four foot high steel chain link <br /> fence that has, <br /> (i) 1 Y2 inch diamond mesh; <br /> <br /> (ii) No. 12 gauge galvanized steel wire; <br /> <br /> (iii) 1 Y2 inch diameter, galvanized steel support posts encased in 2 <br /> inches of concrete above grade to a depth of two feet below grade <br /> spaced ten feet apart; and <br /> <br /> (iv) 1 '/4 inch diameter top and bottom horizontal rails. <br /> <br /> <br /> <br /> CORP0223-07/01 <br />
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