In the nearby City of West Hollywood, for example, there is an ordinance allowing a maximum of four dispensaries.
C.J. Grisham of OpenCarryTexas.org mostly spoke out against a San Antonio ordinance that outlaws the open carry of loaded weapons.
It was a great step forward to have a city like Baltimore pass that kind of an ordinance.
Call 575-8330 and tell the Fayetteville City Council members and Mayor Jordan to vote ‘no’ on ordinance 119.
“With the recent incident out of Sanford, we reviewed the ordinance,” Rodriguez said.
The cession of Georgia conveys the Territory subject to the ordinance of '87, except the provision prohibiting slavery.
And the sacred "ordinance," with all other proprieties, was left in ruins that day.
Yet the ordinance of the daily oblations set an example to those who would otherwise have been careless in expressing gratitude.
"If there were not an ordinance against the hurling of missiles," finished the widower.
Yet the ordinance provided for coperation with other states upon the basis of the Federal Constitution.
c.1300, "an authoritative direction, decree, or command" (narrower or more transitory than a law), from Old French ordenance (Modern French ordonnance) or directly from Medieval Latin ordinantia, from Latin ordinantem (nominative ordinans), present participle of ordinare "put in order" (see ordain). By early 14c. senses had emerged of "arrangement in ranks or rows" (especially in order of battle), also "warlike provisions, equipment" (a sense now in ordnance).