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Neumeyer, Arthur J. (ed.) / The birth of a city: Brillion from village to city April 4, 1944
(April 4, 1944)

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the County Jail not exceeding six (6).months or by both such fine and im-
prisonment.
Section 4, Section 4 of Ordinance No. 120 is repealed and Section 4
of Ordinance No. 120 is hereby recreated to read as followss To provide a
safe and sanitary means and method of removal of garbage the City of Chilton,
by its agents or licensed contractorsi, shall on the Tuesday of each week
collect, remove and dispose of all garbage, intended for removal, and is
placed in covered galvanized containers,1at the curb lien of the street in fron
of the premises occupied by the person desiring such disposition bofore  o o
clock A.U. 'n such days Guch garbage Lefore being placed in such covered
receotacles shall be thorou-hly drained an,' :securely wrapped in paper, and
no container shall weigh more than 75 pounds.
Section 5, Section 5 of Ordinance No. 120 as amended by Ordinance
No. 122 is hereby repealed and Section 5 of Ordinance No. 120 is hereby re-
created to read as follows: To provide for a safe and satisfactory means
and method of removal of rubbish the City of Chilton, by its agents or
licensed contractors, shall on the Tuesday of each week collect and remove
all rublish intended for removal which is pla:ed in sep-arate containers at
the curb liens of the street in front of the premises occupied by the persons
desiring such removal, before 7 o'clock A.Y. on such day; such rubbish shall
not be placed in receptacles 'cntaining garbagej ee limbs, cutting or
shrubbery are not to be collected unless tied into bundles not over four (4)
feet longy All cardboard cartons must be folded and tied in bundles and
ashes shall be placed in    -                metal containers   -refuselS/d
placed on street property. Builuing materiLl, ;,uch as brick, stone, concrete,
dirt or earthly substances will not be collected unless a special arrangement
is made and an extra charge will be made for such service to theproperty owner*
Section 6, All Ordinances and parts of Ordinances in conflict with the
provisions of this ordinance are horeby repealed.
Section 7, This Ordinance shall take effect upon passage and pub-
lication.
Passed July 16, 1940
John B. Diedrich, Mayor
COU.NTERSr .N D
Otto A, Horst, Clerk
Published July 16th, 190.


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