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EMPIRE TOWNSHIPZONING ORDINANCEAdopted: March 11, 2008Effective April 19, 2008Amended: September 25, 2009, December 3, 2010, March 2, 2012,October 26, 2012, and March 29, 2013

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EMPIRE TOWNSHIP ZONING ORDINANCETABLE OF CONTENTSGENERAL ENACTING CLAUSE . 1-1ARTICLE 1GENERAL PROVISIONS . 1-1SECTION 1.1SHORT TITLE . 1-1SECTION 1.2REPEAL OF ORDINANCE . 1-1SECTION 1.3PURPOSE . 1-1SECTION 1.4PROHIBITED USES . 1-2SECTION 1.5INTERPRETATION . 1-2SECTION 1.6VESTED RIGHT . 1-2SECTION 1.7SEVERANCE CLAUSE. 1-2SECTION 1.8SAVINGS CLAUSE . 1-3SECTION 1.9ORDINANCE CONFLICT. 1-3SECTION 1.10PRIOR PERMITS . 1-3SECTION 1.11ENABLING AUTHORITY . 1-3ARTICLE 2DEFINITIONS . 2-4SECTION 2.1RULES APPLYING TO THE TEXT . 2-4SECTION 2.2DEFINITIONS . 2-4ARTICLE 3LAND USE DISTRICTS . 3-22SECTION 3.1DISTRICTS . 3-22SECTION 3.2MAPS . 3-22SECTION 3.3EXACT LOCATION . 3-22Empire Township Zoning Ordinanceiii

ARTICLE 4GENERAL PROVISIONS . 4-23SECTION 4.1SCHEDULE OF REGULATIONS . 4-23SECTION 4.2ACCESSORY BUILDING. 4-23SECTION 4.3ACCESS MANAGEMENT . 4-24SECTION 4.4DRIVEWAY . 4-25SECTION 4.5DUMPSTER ENCLOSURE . 4-25SECTION 4.6ESSENTIAL SERVICES . 4-25SECTION 4.7LAKE ACCESS/KEYHOLING . 4-25SECTION 4.8LANDSCAPING . 4-28SECTION 4.9LIGHTING, OUTDOOR . 4-31SECTION 4.10LOT ACCESSIBILITY . 4-31SECTION 4.11MAXIMUM HEIGHT . 4-31SECTION 4.12PARKING . 4-32SECTION 4.13LAND USE PERMIT REQUIREMENTS . 4-32SECTION 4.14SANITATION PERMIT REQUIREMENT. 4-32SECTION 4.15SCENIC ROADWAY PROTECTION AREA . 4-32SECTION 4.16SETBACKS . 4-34SECTION 4.17SHORELINE PROTECTION AREA . 4-34SECTION 4.18SPACING OF SEPARATE BUILDINGS. 4-35SECTION 4.19SPECIAL EVENTS OR ACTIVITIES NOT SPECIFIED BYORDINANCE . 4-35SECTION 4.20STEEP SLOPES . 4-35SECTION 4.21 OFF-ROAD PARKING . 4-36Empire Township Zoning Ordinanceiv

SECTION 4.22WIND ENERGY SYSTEMS . 4-41SECTION 4.22.1 (WIND ENERGY SYSTEMS) DEFINITIONS . 4-41SECTION 4.22.2 (WIND ENERGY SYSTEMS) GENERAL PROVISIONS. 4-44SECTION 4.22.3 (WIND ENERGY SYSTEMS) Minor On Site Use Wind EnergySystems . 4-47SECTION 4.22.4 (WIND ENERGY SYSTEMS) MAJOR ON SITE WINDENERGY SYSTEMS . 4-50SECTION 4.22.5 UTILITY GRID WIND ENERGY SYSTEMS (WIND ENERGYSYSTEMS). 4-52SECTION 4.22.6 PERMIT APPLICATION AND SITE PLAN REVIEWREQUIREMENTS (WIND ENERGY SYSTEMS) . 4-54ARTICLE 5SITE DEVELOPMENT STANDARDS . 5-59SECTION 5.1ROAD AND DRIVEWAY ACCESS . 5-59SECTION 5.2BED AND BREAKFAST . 5-60SECTION 5.3COMMUNICATIONS TOWER . 5-60SECTION 5.4GUEST HOUSE . 5-62SECTION 5.5HOME BASED BUSINESS . 5-62SECTION 5.6KENNEL. 5-65SECTION 5.7PLANNED UNIT DEVELOPMENT . 5-65SECTION 5.7.1 AMENDMENT OF A PLANNED UNIT DEVELOPMENT (Asamended by Ordinance # 02-2012, effective October 26,2012) . 5-67SECTION 5.8RADIO CONTROL MODEL AIRCRAFT FLYING FACILITIES5-69SECTION 5.9RECREATIONAL USES . 5-70SECTION 5.10SHORT TERM RENTAL . 5-71Empire Township Zoning Ordinancev

SECTION 5.11SITE CONDOMINIUM AND SUBDIVISIONS . 5-71SECTION 5.12MINERAL EXTRACTION . 5-75SECTION 5.13AGRI-BUSINESS: WINERIES, CIDERIES, MICROBREWERIES AND DISTILLERIES (As amended byOrdinance #01-2013, effective March 29, 2013) . 5-76ARTICLE 6DEVELOPMENT REVIEW. 6-79SECTION 6.1INTENT . 6-79SECTION 6.2PRE-APPLICATION CONFERENCE . 6-79SECTION 6.3REQUIRED DATA FOR SITE PLAN REVIEW . 6-80SECTION 6.4AGENCY REVIEW . 6-83SECTION 6.5NOTIFICATION OF THE MICHIGAN DEPARTMENT OFENVIRONMENTAL QUALITY (DEQ) . 6-83SECTION 6.6REVIEW BY ZONING ADMINISTRATOR; REPORT TOPLANNING COMMISSION . 6-83SECTION 6.7STANDARDS FOR APPROVAL FOR SITE PLAN REVIEWBY THE PLANNING COMMISSION . 6-84SECTION 6.8VARIANCES . 6-85SECTION 6.9REVOCATION OF A SITE PLAN . 6-85SECTION 6.10 SITE PLAN EXPIRATION . 6-85SECTION 6.11PERFORMANCE GUARANTEE . 6-86SECTION 6.12REQUIRED FEES . 6-86SECTION 6.13SPECIAL LAND USES. 6-87SECTION 6.14PRE-EXISTING SPECIAL LAND USE . 6-87SECTION 6.15REVIEW AUTHORITY FOR SPECIAL LAND USE PERMIT6-87Empire Township Zoning Ordinancevi

SECTION 6.16ADDITIONAL SUBMITTAL REQUIREMENTS FOR ASPECIAL LAND USE . 6-87SECTION 6.17GOVERNING STANDARDS FOR A SPECIAL LAND USE 6-88SECTION 6.18CONDITIONS AND SAFEGUARDS . 6-89SECTION 6.19GRANT OR DENIAL OF THE SPECIAL LAND USE PERMIT6-89SECTION 6.20RE-APPLICATION FOR SPECIAL LAND USE . 6-90SECTION 6.21BINDING EFFECT FOR SPECIAL LAND USE . 6-90SECTION 6.22MINOR MODIFICATIONS DURING CONSTRUCTION FORSPECIAL LAND USE PERMITS . 6-90SECTION 6.23AS-BUILT SITE PLANS FOR SPECIAL LAND USE PERMITS.6-91ARTICLE 7RESIDENTIAL DISTRICT . 7-92SECTION 7.1INTENT AND PURPOSE . 7-92SECTION 7.2PERMITTED USES. 7-92SECTION 7.3SPECIAL LAND USES. 7-93SECTION 7.4SITE DEVELOPMENT STANDARDS . 7-93ARTICLE 8PUBLIC RECREATION DISTRICT . 8-94SECTION 8.1INTENT AND PURPOSE . 8-94SECTION 8.2PERMITTED USES. 8-94SECTION 8.3SPECIAL LAND USES. 8-95SECTION 8.4MINIMUM LOT AREA . 8-96SECTION 8.5SETBACKS . 8-96ARTICLE 9RESERVED . 9-97ARTICLE 10GATEWAY MIXED USE DISTRICT . 10-98Empire Township Zoning Ordinancevii

SECTION 10.1INTENT AND PURPOSE . 10-98SECTION 10.2PERMITTED USES. 10-98SECTION 10.3SPECIAL LAND USES. 10-99SECTION 10.4SITE DEVELOPMENT STANDARDS . 10-100ARTICLE 11AGRICULTURAL CONSERVATION DISTRICT . 11-103SECTION 11.1INTENT AND PURPOSE . 11-103SECTION 11.2PERMITTED USES. 11-103SECTION 11.3SPECIAL LAND USES. 11-104SECTION 11.4SITE DEVELOPMENT STANDARDS . 11-105SECTION 11.5CONTIGUOUS LAND USE DISTRICT . 11-106ARTICLE 12COMMERCIAL DEVELOPMENT DISTRICT . 12-107SECTION 12.1INTENT AND PURPOSE . 12-107SECTION 12.2PERMITTED USES. 12-107SECTION 12.3SPECIAL LAND USE . 12-108SECTION 12.4SITE DEVELOPMENT STANDARDS . 12-108ARTICLE 13NON-CONFORMING USES OR STRUCTURES . 13-109SECTION 13.1NON-CONFORMING USES . 13-109SECTION 13.2CHANGES IN NON-CONFORMING USES . 13-109SECTION 13.3DISCONTINUATION OF NON-CONFORMING USES . 13-109SECTION 13.4NON-CONFORMING STRUCTURES. 13-110SECTION 13.5REPAIR OF NON-CONFORMING STRUCTURES . 13-111SECTION 13.6DESTRUCTION OF NON-CONFORMING STRUCTURES. 13-111Empire Township Zoning Ordinanceviii

SECTION 13.7LAWFUL NON-CONFORMING LOTS OF RECORD . 13-111SECTION 13.8RIGHT OF APPEAL . 13-112ARTICLE 14ZONING BOARD OF APPEALS . 14-113SECTION 14.1CREATION . 14-113SECTION 14.2MEMBERSHIP . 14-113SECTION 14.3PER DIEM. 14-113SECTION 14.4GENERAL PROCEDURE . 14-114SECTION 14.5PUBLIC MEETINGS . 14-114SECTION 14.6POWERS . 14-114SECTION 14.7SPECIFIC PROCEDURES . 14-115SECTION 14.8FINALITY OF DECISION . 14-116ARTICLE 15ADMINISTRATION . 15-117SECTION 15.1APPOINTMENT AND DUTIES . 15-117SECTION 15.2DUTIES AND POWERS OF ZONING ADMINISTRATOR15-117SECTION 15.3LAND USE PERMITS . 15-118SECTION 15.4DENIAL OF PERMITS . 15-118SECTION 15.5POSTING OF PERMIT . 15-119SECTION 15.6NOTICE FOR PUBLIC HEARINGS . 15-119ARTICLE 16VIOLATIONS AND ENFORCEMENT . 16-120SECTION 16.1NUISANCE PER SE . 16-120SECTION 16.2CORRECTION . 16-120SECTION 16.3AUTHORIZED TOWNSHIP OFFICIALS; SCHEDULE OFCIVIL FINES. . 16-120Empire Township Zoning Ordinanceix

ARTICLE 17SEVERABILITY . 17-122SECTION 17.1ARTICLE 18VALIDITY . 17-122AMENDMENTS . 18-123SECTION 18.1MEETING OF ZONING BOARD UPON RECEIPT OFPETITION . 18-123SECTION 18.2FREQUENCY . 18-123SECTION 18.3PROOF OF BENEFIT . 18-123SECTION 18.4JUSTIFICATION . 18-123SECTION 18.5CONDITIONAL REZONING . 18-124SECTION 18.7DECLARATION OF A ZONING MORATORIUM . 18-129Empire Township Zoning Ordinancex

GENERAL ENACTING CLAUSEAn Ordinance to provide for the establishment of Zoning Districts to encourage andregulate the use of land and proper location of buildings and structures for residence,trade, industry, or other purposes; to regulate dimensions of yards, and other spaces;to provide for the administration, enforcement, penalties for violation, and amendmentof this ordinance. Nothing herein shall relieve any property owner or applicant formcomplying with all applicable local ordinances, and state and federal regulations.The Township of Empire ordains:ARTICLE 1 GENERAL PROVISIONSSECTION 1.1SHORT TITLEThe title of this Ordinance is the "Empire Township Zoning Ordinance," and it will bereferred to herein as "this Ordinance.”SECTION 1.2REPEAL OF ORDINANCEThe Empire Township Zoning Ordinance Adopted on June 8, 1999, as amended, ishereby repealed effective contemporaneously with the effective date of this Ordinance.SECTION 1.3PURPOSEThe primary purpose of this Ordinance shall be:To promote the use and conservation of the lands and resources of the Township inconformity with their character and adaptability;To ensure that use of the land shall be situated in appropriate locations andrelationships;To promote the orderly development of the residential, commercial, recreational,agricultural, and other legitimate interests for the inhabitants;To create safe and desirable conditions for living, economic progress, recreation, andother activities in the Township;To limit the inappropriate overcrowding of land and congestion of population,transportation systems, and other public facilities;To facilitate the provision of adequate systems of transportation, fire protection, energy,Empire Township Zoning Ordinance1-1

waste disposal, water supplies, education, recreation, and other public service andfacility requirements; andTo promote public health, safety, and welfare.SECTION 1.4PROHIBITED USESNo structure, or part thereof, shall hereafter be erected, constructed, renovated, oraltered and maintained, and no new use or change of use shall be made or maintainedof any structure or land, or part thereof, except in conformity with the provisions of thisOrdinance.No use or activity shall be permitted in any zoning district which use or activity is inviolation of federal, state or local law. (As amended by Ordinance #01-2012, effectiveMarch 2, 2012)SECTION 1.5INTERPRETATIONThe interpretation and application of the provisions of this Ordinance shall be held tobe minimum requirements necessary for the promotion of the public health, safety, andwelfare. This Ordinance is not intended to repeal, abrogate, annul, or in any way impairor interfere with any existing provision of law or ordinance or with any rules,regulations, or permits previously adopted or issued or which shall be adopted orissued pursuant to the law relating to the use of structures or premises except asspecifically provided by Section 1.2; provided, however, that where this Ordinanceimposes a greater restriction than is required by other Township ordinances, rules,regulations or permits, the provisions of this Ordinance shall control.SECTION 1.6VESTED RIGHTNothing in this Ordinance shall be interpreted or construed to give rise to anypermanent vested rights in the continuation of any particular use, district, zoningclassification or any permissible activities therein; and, such are hereby declared to besubject to subsequent amendment, change or modification as may be necessary to thepreservation or protection of public health, safety, and welfare.SECTION 1.7SEVERANCE CLAUSESections of this Ordinance shall be deemed to be severable. Should any section,paragraph, or provision of this Ordinance be declared by a court of competentjurisdiction to be unconstitutional or invalid, such holding shall not affect the validity ofEmpire Township Zoning Ordinance1-2

this Ordinance as a whole or in part, other than the part so declared to beunconstitutional or invalid.SECTION 1.8SAVINGS CLAUSENothing in this Ordinance shall be construed to affect any suit or proceedings pendingin any court, or any rights acquired, or liability incurred, or any cause or causes ofaction acquired or existing, under any act or Ordinance hereby repealed pursuant toSection 1.2 of this Ordinance, nor shall any just or legal right or remedy of anycharacter be lost, impaired, or affected by this Ordinance.SECTION 1.9ORDINANCE CONFLICTIn the instance where a provision of this Ordinance is in conflict with any otherprovision, the provision that is the most stringent shall apply.SECTION 1.10PRIOR PERMITSAny building and/or land use permit issued prior to the adoption of this Ordinance shallbe valid, provided that it complies fully with the regulations in effect at the time whenthe building and/or land use permit was issued and further provided that construction ismeaningfully commenced and continued within six (6) months of the date of issuanceof the building or land use permit. If construction is not so commenced within the six(6) months time period, the building, structure, or use for which the permit was issuedshall be required to conform to all of the provisions of this Ordinance.SECTION 1.11ENABLING AUTHORITYThis Ordinance is adopted pursuant to the Michigan Zoning Enabling Act, PublicAct 110 of 2006 [MCL 125.3101 et seq], as amended.Empire Township Zoning Ordinance1-3

ARTICLE 2 DEFINITIONSSECTION 2.1RULES APPLYING TO THE TEXTFor the purpose of this Ordinance, certain terms or words shall be interpreted asfollows:1.The word “person” includes an individual, partnership, corporation,association, governmental entity, or other legal entity.2.The present tense includes the future tense; the singular number includesthe plural and the plural number includes the singular.3.The word "shall" is mandatory; the word "may" is permissive.4.The words "used" or "occupied" include the words "intended, designed, orarranged to be used or occupied."5.Any word or term not defined herein shall have the meaning of common orstandard use that is reasonable for the context in which used herein.6.Questions of interpretation arising hereunder shall be decided by the ZoningAdministrator whose decision may be appealed to the Zoning Board ofAppeals.SECTION 2.2DEFINITIONSAccess: Any driveway, road, easement, right-of-way, or other means of providing forthe movement of vehicles and/or pedestrians to, from or across property.Access Management: A mechanism to limit the number of multiple points of ingressand egress on a roadway to improve traffic flow and safety. Service drives, shareddriveways or distances required between access points on a rural highway aremethods of access management.Accessory Building: See “Building, Accessory”.Accessory Use: A use of a building, lot or portion thereof, which is customarilyincidental and subordinate to the use of the principal building or lot, such as an officefor an industrial use.Empire Township Zoning Ordinance2-4

Adult Foster Care Home: A state licensed residential facility as that term is definedby the MZEA and as also defined in the Adult Foster Care Facility Licensing Act, PublicAct 218 of 1979, as amended [MCL 400.701 et seq], and that is used for the care andsupervision of six (6) or fewer persons under 24 hour supervision.Agri-business: A commercial operation involving the processing of farm crops oranimals raised or grown on site for sale at wholesale or retail to the general public.Such uses include, without limitation, wineries, distilleries, cideries, cheese and otherdairy processing operations and similar uses. Agri-businesses also include agriculturaloperations designed to educate and/or entertain the public in an agriculturalenvironment and include, without limitation, such uses as corn mazes, animal shows,and similar uses. (As amended by Ordinance #01-2013, effective March 29, 2013)Agricultural Operations: See “Farm Operations.”Airport: An airport licensed by the Michigan department of transportation, bureau ofaeronautics under section 86 of the aeronautics code of the state of Michigan, 1945 PA327, MCL 259.86, or as may be otherwise defined in the Michigan Zoning EnablingAct.Alcohol: The product of distillation of fermented liquid, whether or not rectified ordiluted with water, but does not mean ethyl or industrial alcohol, diluted or not, that hasbeen denatured or otherwise rendered unfit for beverage purposes. (As amended byOrdinance #01-2013, effective March 29, 2013)Alcoholic beverage or Alcoholic liquor: Any spirituous, vinous, malt, or fermentedliquor, liquids and compounds, whether or not medicated, proprietary, patented, and bywhatever name called, containing 1/2 of 1% or more of alcohol by volume which are fitfor use for beverage purposes as defined and classified by the Michigan Liquor ControlCommission according to alcoholic content as belonging to 1 of the varieties defined inthe Michigan Liquor Control Code. (As amended by Ordinance #01-2013, effectiveMarch 29, 2013)Alternative Access: A means of access not directly connected to a public road.Included are marginal access drives, backage roads or any other access to existing orproposed roads.Antenna: An exterior transmitting or receiving device mounted on a tower, building orstructure and used in communications that radiate or capture electromagnetic waves,digital signals, analog signals, radio frequencies (excluding radar signals), wirelesstelecommunications signals or other communications signals.Apartment Building: See “Building, Apartment”.Architectural Features: Those designed and constructed features of a building or aEmpire Township Zoning Ordinance2-5

structure which make it like or distinguish it from another building or structure.Architectural features shall include, but are not limited to, cornices, eaves, gutters, beltcourses, sills, lintels, bay windows, chimneys, and decorative ornaments.Automobile or Vehicle Dealership: A building or premises used primarily for thesale of new and/or used automobiles and other motor vehicles, including outsidestorage of vehicles held for sale. An automobile or vehicle dealership may also includeservicing automobiles and/or vehicles as an accessory use to the principal use ofautomobile or vehicle sales.Automobile Repair: The general repair of a motor vehicle and its component parts.Automobile repair includes the repair, rebuilding or reconditioning of any operating partor system of a motor vehicle, engine repair, engine rebuilding, and the rebuilding orreconditioning of the exterior or interior of a motor vehicle, including collision service,such as body, frame, or fender straightening and repair; painting and undercoating ofautomobiles.Automobile Repair Garage: Any building, land area, or other premises, or portionthereof, used primarily for furnishing automobile repair services to the general public.Automobile Service Station: Any building, land area, or other premises, or portionthereof, used for the retail sales of motor fuels, and including as an accessory use thesale and installation of lubricants, tires, batteries, and similar automobile accessories.Backage Road: See “Road, Backage”.Bed and Breakfast: A private home that is occupied by a resident family whichprovides short term lodging for tourists and guests for compensation.Beer: Any beverage obtained by alcoholic fermentation of an infusion or decoction ofbarley, malt, hops, or other cereal in potable water. (As amended by Ordinance #012013, effective March 29, 2013)Brandy: An alcoholic liquor as defined in 27 CFR 5.22(d) (1980). (As amended byOrdinance #01-2013, effective March 29, 2013)Breezeway: A structure for the principal purpose of connecting the main building orbuildings on a property with other main buildings or accessory buildings.Buffer Yard: A required setback area from a road or property line that is designed forthe exclusive purpose of buffering nonresidential uses from residential uses and publicroads by means of landscaping and the use of other buffering materials.Buildable Area: That area of a lot exclusive of areas designated for roads, roadrights-of-way, utility easements, setbacks, areas having significant natural featuresEmpire Township Zoning Ordinance2-6

such as flowing streams or designated wetlands, approved conservation areas, orareas with slopes exceeding 40% (except with planning commission approval).Building: A structure having one or more stories and a roof, designed primarily for theshelter, support or enclosure of persons, animals or property of any kind.Building, Accessory: A building subordinate to and on the same lot as a principalbuilding and occupied by, or devoted exclusively to an accessory use, including, butnot limited to, a garage or shed.Building, Apartment:A building used and/or arranged for rental occupancy, orcooperatively owned by its occupants, having two or more family units, and with a yard,compound, service, or utilities in common.Building, Principal: The main building on a lot or parcel which is devoted to theprincipal use to which the lot or parcel is dedicated.Child Care Center/Day Care Center: A facility, other than a private residence,receiving 1 or more preschool or school-age children for care for periods of less than24 hours a day, and where the parents or guardians are not immediately available tothe child, and as otherwise defined in Public Act 116 of 1973 [MCL 722.111 et seq].Cider: Juice pressed from fruits, especially apples, and used for making vinegar or asa fermented or unfermented beverage. (As amended by Ordinance #01-2013, effectiveMarch 29, 2013)Cidery: The structures and equipment used by a cider processor to produce ciderwhether fermented or not. (As amended by Ordinance #01-2013, effective March 29,2013)Clerk: The elected clerk of Empire Township.Clinic:An establishment where human or animal patients are admitted forexaminations and treatment by a physician(s), dentist(s), veterinarian(s), or similarprofessional(s).Club (Lodge): A structure for use as a meeting place for members of public, semiprivate, private or other non-profit, social, fraternal or religious organizations.Cluster Development: A development design technique that concentrates buildingsonto a part of the site to allow the remaining land to be used for recreation, common openspace, and preservation of environmentally sensitive features.Empire Township Zoning Ordinance2-7

Co-locate/Co-location: The location by two or more wireless telecommunicationproviders of wireless telecommunication facilities on a common structure, tower orbuilding with the intent of reducing the overall number of structures required in thecommunity.Commercial: When used to describe any use, activity, purpose, or other thing,“commercial” means that such use, activity, purpose or thing is carried out for thepurpose of purchase, sale, barter, display, or exchange of goods, wares, merchandise,or personal services, usually for a profit motive.Common Open Area: Unoccupied land within a development, not individually ownedor publicly dedicated, that is designed and intended for the common use or enjoymentof the residents and their guests and may include such improvements as arenecessary and appropriate, such as common drain field(s), playground equipment, andrecreation amenities, but excluding buildings.Communications Tower: A radio, telephone, cellular telephone or television relaystructure of skeleton framework, or monopole attached directly to the ground or toanoth

The Township of Empire ordains: ARTICLE 1 GENERAL PROVISIONS SECTION 1.1 SHORT TITLE The title of this Ordinance is the "Empire Township Zoning Ordinance," and it will be referred to herein as "this Ordinance.” SECTION 1.2 REPEAL OF ORDINANCE The Empire Township Zoning O

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