An Ordinance Amending Section 5-2 SFCC 1987 to Amend the Definition of “Domestic Animal”, Add a Second Definition for “Shelter”, and Delete the Definition for “Trolley System”; Amending Section 5-5.4 to Reduce the Length of Leashes and to Ban the Use of Trolley Systems; Amending Section 5-5.6 to Specify where Pet Licenses can be Obtained; Creating a New Section 5-5.7 to Establish Minimum Requirements for the Outdoor Shelter of Dogs in Extreme Weather; Creating a New Section 5-5.8 to Prohibit the Keeping of Dogs Outside and Unattended in Extreme Weather; Amending Section 5-7.1 to Allow Animal Services Officers to Enter Private Property to Take-Up and Impound an Animal that is in Imminent Danger of Harm; Amending Section 5-7.5 to Have Complaints of Animals Disturbing the Peace be Heard Before a Hearing Office Instead of at Municipal Court; Amending Section 5-7.6 to Refer to the Fees and Fines Table; and Amending Section 5-12 to Codify Fees and Fines Related to this Chapter and to Adopt a Framework for Appeals to a Hearing Officer for Civil Citations.
An Ordinance Amending the Land Development Code to Allow Apothecaries, Pharmacies, and Laboratories, as Accessory Uses to Clinics; to Add a Definition for “Apothecary”; and to Amend the Definition of “Clinic”.
An Ordinance Amending Article 4.04 of the Santa Fe Municipal Charter to Reference the Local Election Act Rather than the Municipal Election Code, Pursuant to NMSA 1978, Section 1-22-3.2 (C).
An Ordinance Amending Section 18-1.5 SFCC 1987 to Allow for the Staggered Application of a Business License; and Amending Section 18-2.5 to Allow for the Staggered Application of a Business Registration.
An Ordinance Authorizing the Sale of Approximately 10,242 Square Feet of Building and Improvements Only, Known as the “Santa Fe Clay Building,” Located on Parcel F-1 at 545 Camino de la Familia in the Santa Fe Railyard Lying and Being Situated within the City and County of Santa Fe, New Mexico.