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File #: BL2019-4    Name:
Type: Bill (Ordinance) Status: Third Reading
File created: 10/2/2020 In control: Metropolitan Council
On agenda: 6/15/2021 Final action: 6/15/2021
Title: An ordinance amending Chapter 6.04 of the Metropolitan Code of laws to prohibit aerial advertising.
Sponsors: Colby Sledge
Attachments: 1. BL2019-4, 2. BL2019-4 Amendment 1, 3. BL2019-4 Amendment 2
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An ordinance amending Chapter 6.04 of the Metropolitan Code of laws to prohibit aerial advertising.

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BE IT ENACTED BY THE COUNCIL OF THE METROPOLITAN GOVERNMENT OF NASHVILLE AND DAVIDSON COUNTY:
Section 1. That Section 6.04.010 of the Metropolitan Code of Laws is hereby amended by labeling the current text as subsection A, and adding the following text as subsection B:
B. The Metropolitan Traffic and Parking Commission, the Metropolitan Board of Parks and Recreation, the Metropolitan Nashville Police Department, the Nashville Fire Department, the Metropolitan Transit Authority, and all other departments, agencies, boards or commissions of the Metropolitan Government and the proper agencies of the State of Tennessee and of the United States are expressly exempted from the provisions of this section in the performance of their respective functions directed toward the orderly movement of traffic and pedestrians of the streets, sidewalks and other thoroughfares within the jurisdiction of the Metropolitan Government and in making other lawful and proper use of such streets, sidewalks, airspace and other thoroughfares.
Section 2. That Section 6.04.020 of the Metropolitan Code of Laws is hereby amended by adding the following text as subsection C:
C. The Metropolitan Traffic and Parking Commission, the Metropolitan Board of Parks and Recreation, the Metropolitan Nashville Police Department, the Nashville Fire Department, the Metropolitan Transit Authority, and all other departments, agencies, boards or commissions of the Metropolitan Government and the proper agencies of the State of Tennessee and of the United States are expressly exempted from the provisions of this section in the performance of their respective functions directed toward the orderly movement of traffic and pedestrians of the streets, sidewalks and other thoroughfares within the jurisdiction of the Metropolitan Government and in making other lawful and proper use of such streets, sidewalks...

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