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Supervisors looking to draft quality of life ordinance

July 10, 2014

Photo by Katherine Porter – Horton Township Supervisors (from left) Levi Donahue, Fred Wolff and Kathy Carr discuss a new proposed ordinance designed to protect the municipal water supply.

BROCKPORT – The Horton Township Board of Supervisors has been busy drafting a new quality of life ordinance which has undergone some revisions as of the June meeting.
The proposed ordinance establishes "protection districts" which include the "wellhead and watershed protected areas in the township" and seeks to prohibit "certain land uses/activities in the protection districts" and impose "special requirements for all land uses/activities in protection districts," including oil and gas drilling outfits.

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