County Ordinances

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2005 County Ordinances


Ordinance 2005-01 Ordinance Of Calhoun County, Florida, That Exempts From Taxation An Increase In The Assessed Value Of Homestead Property Resulting From Constructing Or Reconstructing Living Quarters For Parents Or Grandparents Who Are 62 Years Old Or Older, Providing For An Application To Be Filed
Ordinance 2005-02 Ordinance Of The Board Of County Commissioners Of Calhoun County, Infrastructure Capital Improvements, Providing For Applicability And Effect, And Severability For Amending And Updating The Calhoun County 5-Year Schedule Of Capital Improvements Of The 2000-2010 Calhoun Comprehensive Plan, Pursuant To The Local Government Comprehensive Planning And Land Development Regulation Act (Chapter 163, Part II, Florida Statutes), Providing For Purpose And Intent, Providing The Addition Of Specific Initial, And A Copy On File, And Providing For An Effective Date
Ordinance 2005-03 Ordinance Of The Board Of County Commissioner Of Calhoun County, Florida Adopting A Comprehensive Plan Amendment, As Required By Chapter 163, Part II, Florida Statutes; Designed To Amend The Future Land Use Map To Approve A Small Scale Map Amendment; Authorizing The Transmittal Or The Amendment To The Department Of Community Affairs; Providing For Repeal Of Ordinances In Conflict Herewith; Providing For Severability; And Providing For An Effective Date


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