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Added: Tiwana Singletary - Date: Township of Oxford, NJ. Article II Definitions. For the purposes of this chapter, the terms and words listed in this section shall have the meanings herein given. Terms and words not Adult singles dating in Oxford herein but defined in the uniform construction codes shall have, for the purposes of this chapter, the meanings given them in the uniform construction codes, as the same now read or may be amended.
Terms and words not defined herein nor in the uniform construction codes but defined in the Municipal Land Use Law shall have, for the purpose of this chapter, the meanings given them in the Municipal Land Use Law and its amendments or supplements thereto. Terms and words not defined in any of the foregoing sources shall have the meanings established by common usage of the words unless the context herein clearly indicates the contrary. Word usage. Unless the context clearly indicates the contrary, the present tense shall include the future; the singular shall include the plural; the word "lot" shall include the word "plot"; the word "structure" shall include the word "building"; the word "shall" is always mandatory and not directory; the word "may" is permissive.
The word "person" includes a corporation or partnership. The word "use" and the word "used" refer to any purpose for which a lot or land or part thereof is arranged, intended or deed to be used, occupied, maintained, made available or offered for use, and to any purpose for which a building or structure or part thereof is arranged, intended or deed to be used, occupied, maintained, made available or offered for use, or erected, reconstructed, altered, enlarged, moved or rebuilt with the intention or de of using the same.
No more than two accessory buildings will be permitted on one lot. Except on a farm, no accessory building shall exceed 15 feet in height. No accessory building shall be permitted in front of the rear line of the principal structure.
All accessory buildings shall be located at least 12 feet from any principal building situated on the same lot. Accessory buildings built in any side or rear year shall conform to the minimum yard dimensions set in the Schedule of Area, Yard and Bulk Regulations. Accessory buildings on corner lots shall not be erected nearer to any street side line than the Adult singles dating in Oxford yard setback required on the lot adjacent to the side lot line of the lot upon which the accessory building is located.
No accessory building shall be used for human habitation. Each horse, mule, pony, cow dairy or beefsteer and bull shall be counted as one animal unit regardless of age. Each swine shall be counted as 0. Each goat and sheep shall be counted as 0.
Thirty-two chickens shall be counted as one animal unit. Sixteen ducks shall be counted as one animal unit. Eight turkeys shall be counted as one animal unit. Combinations of animals will be permitted on the same lot so long as the total of animal units does not exceed the permitted level. For each animal unit, or part thereof, a minimum outdoor area of 5, square feet shall be available at all time for the sole devotion to the animals.
This outside area may only be placed in the rear yard of a property and shall be fenced as provided in this section. All animals shall be provided with interior shelter which shall contain a watertight roof and a minimum of three nontransparent walls.
This shelter must be a minimum of square New Jersey NJ for each animal unit and must be reasonably deed to shelter the animals. All animal shelters must be connected to the outside animal area and be located in the rear yard of the property. No animal housing may be located closer than 35 feet to any property line. The animal shelter shall comply with the requirements of this chapter. All animals, animal shelters and outside recreation areas shall be maintained and kept in a clean and sanitary condition. All animals, animal shelters and outside areas must be kept, built and maintained so as not to create or permit offensive odors, fly breeding or other nuisances.
All manure must be collected and maintained in a sanitary manner. All fencing must meet the requirements of Oxford Township land use ordinances and must be reasonably constructed to maintain the animals.
No fencing or other structure shall be closer than 10 feet to any property line. In determining what is a reasonable construction or maintenance of animal housing, or the care of any animal, the Township may, in interpreting this chapter, refer to the guidelines set forth in Recommended Guidelines for Home Animal Agriculture in Residential Areas published by the Cooperative Extension Service by Rutgers University as amended from time to time.
Three copies of the Guidelines shall be on file in the Clerk's office. The office area shall be an existing room or area within the dwelling unit integrated within the overall floor plan of the dwelling. The office area shall not contain any kitchen or bathroom facilities which are separate from the remainder of the dwelling unit. The office area shall have only typical office equipment limited to computers, telefax machines, telephones, copying machines and other similar office equipment. No supplies or furnishing shall be permitted other than typical office supplies and furnishings.
No evidence of the office area shall be shown to the outside of the dwelling unit; and. No persons shall be permitted on the property regarding the office area other than people making deliveries or service calls as otherwise might occur on the property regarding the dwelling unit.Adult singles dating in oxfordnew jersey nj
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