Chapter 82


§ 82-1. Regulations for dumping. 
§ 82-2. Storage of materials.
§ 82-3. Junkyards to be enclosed. 
§ 182-4. Penalties for offenses. 

[HISTORY: Adopted by the Board of Trustees of the Village of Windsor 7-25-67 as Section 8 of Article XVII of 1967 Ordinance Book. Section 82-4 added at time of adoption of Code, see Ch. 1, General Provisions, Art. I. Other amendments noted where applicable.]


Garbage, rubbish and refuse – See Ch. 107.
Zoning – See Ch. 200.

§ 82-1. Regulations for dumping. 

Dumping of refuse, waste, materials and other substances is permitted subject to the issuance of a special permit by the Board of Appeals. The dumping of refuse, etc., in permitted districts shall not be allowed to become unsightly or constitute a menace to public health or safety. The following regulations shall apply:
A. Dumping shall be conducted only between the hours 7:00 a.m. and 5:00 p.m.
B. Each day’s dumping shall be covered with at least four (4) inches of clean fill dirt.
C. Insect and rodent control shall be the responsibility of the operator of the dump.
D. The operator of the dump shall at all times keep fire hazard at a minimum.

§ 82-2. Storage of materials.

The storage of junk, rags, scrap paper, scrap metal, automobile parts or building materials, salvage yards or similar uses will be permitted only in industrial districts, and such storage material must be kept in an orderly and inoffensive manner.

§ 82-3. Junkyards to be enclosed. 

All junkyards and similar establishments shall be enclosed by a tight and solid fence or hedge at least six (6) feet in height, with openings only for ingress and egress. Said fence or hedge shall be kept in good condition, repair and appearance.

§ 82-4. Penalties for offenses*

Any person violating any provision of this chapter shall be liable to a penalty set forth in Appendix C of the Code of the Village of Windsor containing the list of Fines and Penalties for the Village.

* Amended 9/4/2001; L.L. 5-2001