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Post by J.P. on Mon Jul 15, 2013 8:54 pm

amusement activity shall be jointly responsible for making certain that the premises where the activities are being conducted are kept completely free of alcohol and illegal drugs. If illegal drugs or alcohol are found on the premises where an activity is being conducted, that shall be considered a violation of this ordinance. 4.) For violations of the provisions of this Ordinance, the owner and/or operator of the facility shall be cited by law enforcement and/or local ordinance enforcement officials. The citation shall provide that the fine may be paid or the violator may appear in Trimble District Court to answer to the violation. Penalties for violations of this Ordinance shall be as follows: a.) For a first violation within five years - $ 500.00 fine plus court costs. b.) For a second violation within five years - $1000.00 fine plus court costs, c.) For a third violation within five years - $2,000.00 fine plus court costs, d.) For a fourth violation within five years - $4,000.00 fine and a petition will be sought with the Trimble District Court for an order of injunction and specific relief to close all activities on the subject property, e.) If more than one property is owned or leased by the same person, persons, corporation, LLC, or other legal entity, involving the same or similar activities resulting in violation of this ordinance, a violation on any property owned in common shall be considered as a subsequent violation for purposes of enhanced penalties. 5.) Severability - If any section or part of a section of this Ordinance is found to be unconstitutional or otherwise invalid, such part shall be deemed severable and the invalidity of that section or part of a section shall not affect the remaining parts of this Ordinance and the same shall remain in full force and effect unless amended or revoked by subsequent ordinance. 6.) Effective Date - This Ordinance shall become effective immediately upon the passage by motion and second after two readings at meetings of the Trimble Fiscal Court and publication as required by the Kentucky Revised Statutes. The first reading of this Ordinance was made at a meeting of the Trimble County Fiscal Court on_________________________ . The second reading of this Ordinance was made at a meeting of the Trimble County Fiscal Court on_______________________ and upon motion and second the same was called for a vote and approved by a majority vote of the Trimble County Fiscal Court. Approved as to form and content by Trimble County Attorney: Perry R. Arnold, Trimble County Attorney After second reading on_________________ the foregoing Ordinance was approved to be published and on the same occasion was signed in open Court by the County Judge/Executive, Honorable Jerry Powell as evidence of his approval, attested under the seal of the Trimble County Fiscal Court Clerk.
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Post by J.P. on Mon Jul 15, 2013 8:54 pm

TRIMBLE COUNTY JUDGE IS PROPOSING ORDIANCE TO CLOSE DIRTY TURTLE OFFROAD PLEASE TAG AND SHARE EVERYWHERE. July 9th, 2013 Dear DirtyTurtle supporters and offroad riders everywhere. I came to learn of a proposed ordinance that is designed to shut down DTOR after operating for three years is being brought to a vote July 15th, at 5:30 pm EST at the Trimble County Courthouse in Bedford KY. Since DTOR opened our neighbor across the street, Frankie and Donna Oneil(H:502.255.3637) have tried almost weekly to get dtor shut down. Before DTOR existed they tried to get Nickota Motorsports shutdown. The Oneils have told the judge that DTOR operates 7 days a week and that we allow folks to night ride daily and all through the weekends. Anytime an ATV is heard, it must be coming from DTOR…..These are the same neighbors that sold their land to start Saddleback MX club….right behind their house….but that noise doesn’t bother them…. We all know DTOR is open on Fri- Sun from 9am to 6pm in the winter and 9am to 8pm in the summer with three night rides a year. The judge has visited DTOR once…..when it was closed and one other magistrate with him. No one has ever been to DTOR when it hosted a TV event, a normal weekend, or anytime during operating hours to see what DTOR truly is trying to do for the offroading community and the local economy. Trimble County doesn’t have any zoning yet they changed the tax rate from farm to commercial….which we gladly pay….and pay on time. Below is the ordinance they are going to try and pass Monday. No notice was given to me, or DTOR….we found out from someone who works at the courthouse that the judge is working to shut dtor down. DTOR has created a lot of memories for a lot of people. I have poured my heart, soul, and my entire life savings into making DTOR a place for all to enjoy. If you love DTOR as much as I do, please take a moment and call the each of the numbers below and share with them what DTOR means to you and your families. If this passes, DTOR CLOSES. Judge Jerry Powell: 502.255.7196-Office. David Scott Magistrate: 502.255.3247 Nolan Hamilton Magistrate: 502.268.5662 Kirby Melvin Magistrate: 502.255.7968 Stephen Stark: 502.255.7621
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Post by J.P. on Mon Jul 15, 2013 11:00 pm

It copied backwards sorry
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