City of Pawtucket, RI
Providence County
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# A B C D E F G H I J K L M N O P Q R S T U V W Y Z
Abandonment
§ 116-51 — Abandonment of cats. § 247-57 — Securing of vacated dwellings and structures. Ch 251 — Secondhand Shops, Junkyards, Junk Dealers and Metal Recyclers 263-2B{13} — Definitions and word usage. 288-1B{12} — Definitions and word usage. § 288-31 — Securing of vacated structures. Ch 290 — Nuisances § 290-4 — Term defined. Ch 321 — Refrigerators, Abandoned § 321-1 — Removal of locks or doors required. Ch 347 — Solid Waste Ch 351 — Streets and Sidewalks § 351-28 — Extension or revocation of permit. § 351-46 — Closing of curb cuts and driveway openings. 363-54{4} — Definitions. 363-54{8} — Definitions. § 363-55 — Imposition. § 363-57 — Property ceasing to be subject to tax. § 364-12 — Removal or abandonment. Ch 367 — Towing § 367-7 — Unsolicited responses prohibited. § 367-8 — Notice to police of towed vehicles. § 367-16 — Towing rates for nonoperational and abandoned vehicles. Ch 383 — Vehicles, Abandoned and Nonoperational § 383-1 — Title. 383-2{1} — Definitions. 383-2{2} — Definitions. § 383-3 — Storage of vehicles restricted; declaration of nuisance; exceptions. § 383-4 — Authority to take possession of abandoned and nonoperational motor vehicles. § 383-5 — Notice to remove; summons to appear. § 383-6 — Content of notice. § 383-7 — Notification of owner and lienholders. § 383-8 — Auction of abandoned motor vehicles. § 383-10 — Violations and penalties; costs. Ch 388 — Vehicles and Traffic Ch 392 — Vehicles, Removal of § 410-68 — Building or structure nonconforming by use. § 410-69 — Building or structure nonconforming by dimension. § 410-70 — Land nonconforming by use. § 410-90 — Nonconforming signs. § 410-123 — Notice and hearing requirements. § DL-1 — Disposition of legislation.
Advertising
§ 10.-4-1003 — Manner of making purchases for the city. § VII.-7-104 — Contents of regulations. § IX.-9-105 — Transparency/public notification — boards and commissions. § 63-40 — Recruitment, selection, referral and testing. § 108-19 — Fees for new or renewal of liquor licenses. § 112-3 — Hearing notice. § 130-8 — Required information for advertisements; posting of price rates. § 147-4 — Hearing; publication of notice. § 162-3 — Filing of petition and plat; publication. § 162-22 — Hearing. § 193-5 — Exhibition of certain rated videos. 193-8{4} — Definitions. 193-8{8} — Definitions. § 193-23 — Violations and penalties. § 251-4 — Hearings. § 251-11 — Wholesale junk licenses. 263-2B{4} — Definitions and word usage. § 263-13 — Prohibiting distribution of handbills where properly posted. § 263-20 — Notice to remove. 286-2{2} — Definitions. § 288-53 — Signs or advertisements in windows; removal. § 302-19 — Conduct of hawker or peddler. § 317-10 — Uniform and equipment. § 317-14 — Misleading advertising prohibited. § 329-9 — Hearing by City Council. § 347-12 — Establishment of districts, routes and times of collection; notice of changes. § 347-32 — Placement of waste material for removal. § 351-14 — Obstructing sidewalks with signs and merchandise; sandwich boards; penalty provisions. § 351-24 — Permit required. § 355-1 — New, not previously occupied units. § 360-7 — Hearings. 363-54{2} — Definitions. 364-1{11} — Definitions. § 364-27 — Use of streets. § 371-10 — Protection of trees. § 379-13 — Hearing and objections by neighboring property owners. § 383-9 — Redemption of impounded vehicles. § 388-15 — Display of unauthorized signs, signals or markings. § 401-4 — Publication of rules and regulations during emergency; notice of termination of emergency. § 410-60 — Special use permit requirements for specific uses. § 410-81 — Purpose. 410-85{3} — Definitions. 410-85{9} — Definitions. 410-85{24} — Definitions. 410-85{30} — Definitions. § 410-90 — Nonconforming signs. § 410-92.1 — (Reserved) § 410-119 — Expiration of variances and special use permits. § 410-123 — Notice and hearing requirements.
Affordable housing
Alarm systems
§ 50-30 — Duties. Ch 104 — Alarm Systems Ch 104 Art I — Security Alarm Systems § 104-1 — Declaration of policy. 104-2{1} — Definitions. 104-2{2} — Definitions. 104-2{3} — Definitions. 104-2{4} — Definitions. 104-2{6} — Definitions. 104-2{7} — Definitions. § 104-3 — Alarm user permit required. § 104-4 — Application for alarm permit; emergency notification; reporting service information. § 104-5 — Issuance of permit decals. § 104-6 — Backup power supply; automatic shutoff. § 104-7 — Alarm information list. § 104-8 — Testing of equipment. § 104-9 — Determination of false alarm. § 104-10 — False alarm assessment schedule. § 104-11 — Appeals procedure; penalties. Ch 104 Art II — Manual Emergency Alarm Systems § 104-13 — Installation in certain retail and commercial businesses required. § 104-14 — Direct connection to central alarm company required. § 104-15 — Rules and regulations. Ch 210 — Fire Prevention § 210-18 — Installation of waste detecting devices. Ch 210 Art IV — Sprinkler and Fire Alarm Systems § 210-21 — Connection of private systems to municipal circuits prohibited. § 210-22 — Location of master fire alarm box. § 210-23 — Disconnection of system in event of faults. § 210-25 — Annunciator panel required. § 210-29 — Alterations and additions. § 210-30 — Approval of plans and prints. § 210-31 — Testing. § 210-32 — Liability of City. § 210-33 — Fire alarm connection fee. Ch 210 Art V — False Alarms § 210-34 — Alarms connected to Fire Department; fees for false fire alarms; exception for City. § 210-35 — Local alarms; fees for false alarms; exception for City. § 210-36 — Determination of false alarm. § 210-37 — Appeals procedure; violations and penalties. § 298-7 — Disorderly conduct described. § 388-36 — Stopping, standing or parking prohibited. § 410-60 — Special use permit requirements for specific uses. § DL-1 — Disposition of legislation.
Animals
§ 1-7 — Changes in previously adopted legislation; new provisions. § 40-67 — Establishment. § 40-68 — Purpose. § 40-70 — Control of disbursement of funds. § 40-72 — Biannual report of donations and expenditures. Ch 40 Art XVIII — Animal Spay/Neuter Public Assistance Fund § 40-73 — Establishment. § 40-74 — Purpose. § 40-75 — Separate fund. § 40-76 — Control of disbursement of funds. § 40-78 — Biannual report of revenues and expenditures. Ch 40 Art XIX — Animal Spay/Neuter Pound Fund § 40-79 — Establishment. § 40-80 — Purpose. § 40-81 — Separate fund. § 40-82 — Control of disbursement of funds. § 40-84 — Biannual report of revenues and expenditures. Ch 50 Art XIII — Animal Control Officer § 50-34 — Powers and duties of Animal Control Officer and Assistant Animal Control Officer. § 50-35 — Duty at Dog Pound. § 50-36 — Holidays; vacations. § 50-37 — Duties of Assistant Animal Control Officer; holidays and vacations. § 63-3 — Restrictions on use. Ch 116 — Animals Ch 116 Art I — Feeding Animals on Streets § 116-1 — Feeding animals on streets prohibited. Ch 116 Art III — Keeping of Animals § 116-8 — Raising or breeding of animals prohibited. § 116-8.1 — Keeping of certain animals restricted. Ch 116 Art IV — Dogs and Other Animals 116-9{1} — Definitions. 116-9{4} — Definitions. 116-9{5} — Definitions. 116-9{6} — Definitions. 116-9{7} — Definitions. 116-9{13} — Definitions. § 116-10 — Enforcement. § 116-12 — Impoundment of dogs; other animals running at large. § 116-13 — Redemption of impounded dogs and other animals. § 116-14 — Impoundment fees. § 116-15 — Confinement of vicious and other dogs and other animals; keeping of wild animals. § 116-16 — Rabies control. § 116-17 — Reports of bite cases. § 116-18 — Responsibilities of veterinarians. § 116-19 — Exemptions. § 116-21 — Use of approved vaccine; certification. § 116-25 — Nuisance abatement. § 116-27 — Number of dogs restricted; exception. § 116-28 — Complaints. § 116-29 — Complaints regarding cats; violations and penalties. § 116-30 — Animal Control Fund. § 116-31 — Adopt-an-animal program. § 116-32 — Right of entry. § 116-33 — Interference with enforcement personnel. § 116-34 — Records. § 116-35 — Violations and penalties. § 116-36 — Animal license fees. § 116-37 — Registration of Rottweilers required. § 116-37.1 — Pit bulls prohibited. 116-37.1B{3} — Pit bulls prohibited. Ch 116 Art VI — Display of Animals for Entertainment Purposes § 116-41 — Permit required. § 116-42 — Guidelines and requirements for display of animals. § 116-43 — Certain devices prohibited. Ch 116 Art VII — Feeding of Stray Animals and Wildlife § 116-44 — Feeding of stray animals and wildlife. § 116-45 — Designated areas. § 116-47 — Spaying or neutering required; intact permits; fee. § 116-48 — Revocation of permit. § 116-49 — Requirements for cats adopted at Pawtucket Animal Shelter. § 116-50 — Sale or adoption of cats. § 116-52 — Violations and penalties. § 116-53 — Disposition of fines. § 116-56 — General application requirements. § 116-59 — General licensing requirements. § 116-61 — Breeding, buying or selling of animals. Ch 167 — Circuses and Carnivals § 167-2 — Preliminary investigation. Ch 193 — Entertainment 198-6{5} — Definitions. § 218-22 — Storage, display and serving of food and drink. 263-2B{5} — Definitions and word usage. 263-2B{13} — Definitions and word usage. § 286-10 — Animals and fowl. § 290-4 — Term defined. Ch 294 — Parks and Playgrounds § 294-7 — Animals. § 294-23 — Bathing and fishing in park waters. 302-1{2} — Definitions. § 347-1 — Deposit of certain offensive debris prohibited; removal; time period. 347-6{4} — Definitions. § 347-14 — Refuse collection rules. Ch 351 — Streets and Sidewalks § 351-12 — Animals and vehicles on sidewalks. § 351-13 — Obstructing sidewalks prohibited. § 371-8 — Authority of the city to treat or remove trees on private grounds. 388-1B{44} — Definitions and word usage. Ch 410 — Zoning § 410-60 — Special use permit requirements for specific uses. 410-132{6} — Definitions. 410-132{10} — Definitions. § DL-1 — Disposition of legislation.
Appeals
§ 1.-3-100 — Executive and administrative officers, departments, boards, commissions and agencies designated. § 7.-3-702 — Board of appeals. § 5.-4-505 — Tax assessing division; tax assessor. § 10.-4-1000 — Authority and duties of the Purchasing Board. § 11.-4-1100 — Powers and duties generally. Ch C Art IV. Ch 12 — BOARD OF APPEALS § 12.-4-1200 — To be zoning board of review. § 12.-4-1201 — To hear appeals from refusal of licensing bodies to grant licenses. § 12.-4-1202 — To act as board of tax review. § 12.-4-1203 — To hear appeals from action of departments, board, etc.; exception. § 12.-4-1204 — Authority to adopt rules and regulations, administer oaths, summon witnesses, etc. § VII.-7-108 — Appeals. § 11-52 — Period required; applicability; exceptions; written policy; failure to comply. § 26-11 — Sentencing; appeals. § 26-14 — Appeal costs. § 26-26 — Appeal. 104-2{5} — Definitions. § 104-11 — Appeals procedure; penalties. § 116-37.1 — Pit bulls prohibited. § 162-22 — Hearing. § 193-4 — Investigation; report; obscene material. § 193-11 — Issuance of license. § 193-14.1 — Suspension and revocation of license. Ch 202 Art II — Appeals, Special Permits and Variances § 202-5 — Fees enumerated. § 210-11 — Appeals from action of Chief of Fire Division. § 210-13 — Penalty; removal of prohibited conditions. § 210-37 — Appeals procedure; violations and penalties. § 247-23 — Compliance order. § 247-24 — Immediate compliance order. § 247-37 — Board of Appeals designated Housing Board of Review. § 247-38 — Powers and duties. § 247-39 — Conditions for appeal. § 247-40 — Application for appeal. § 247-41 — Fees. § 247-42 — Effect of appeal. § 247-44 — Regular meetings; notice of meetings to hear appeals. § 247-45 — Quorum for hearing on appeal. § 247-46 — Proceedings. § 247-49 — Court review of decisions of Board. § 247-53 — Order to vacate. § 247-59 — Order to demolish. § 263-23 — Notice of completion of work. § 263-24 — Right to appeal. § 286-15 — Amplified sound regulations. 288-1B{2} — Definitions and word usage. § 288-15 — Compliance order. § 288-16 — Immediate compliance order. § 288-27 — Order to vacate. § 288-33 — Order to demolish. § 288-37 — Board of Appeals designated Board of Review. § 288-38 — Powers and duties. § 288-39 — Conditions for appeal. § 288-40 — Application for appeal. § 288-41 — Fees. § 288-42 — Effect of appeal. § 288-44 — Regular meetings; notice of meetings to hear appeals. § 288-45 — Quorum for hearing on appeal. § 288-46 — Proceedings. § 288-49 — Court review of decisions of Board. § 302-52 — Appeals. § 317-7 — Grounds for suspension and revocation of licenses. § 317-8 — Surrender of license. § 317-15 — Judicial review. Ch 319 — Property Classification § 319-3 — Appeal. § 335-15 — Administrative hearing. § 351-51 — Appeals. § 351-53 — Violations and penalties. § 363-28 — (Reserved) § 363-42.2 — Application procedure. § 363-42.3 — Continued entitlement to tax stabilization benefits. § 363-49 — Appeal. § 363-56 — Exemptions. § 363-58 — Appeals. § 363-59 — Amount of exemption; entitlement. § 363-77 — Application procedure for five-year administrative tax stabilization. § 371-17 — Appeals. Ch 410 — Zoning § 410-11 — Interpretation. § 410-12 — Table of Use Regulations; key. § 410-14.3 — Uses permitted by right; uses requiring relief; zoning ordinance amendment; land development projects. § 410-14.7 — Appeals. § 410-15.1 — Development plan review process. § 410-17 — Applicability; administrative provisions. § 410-30 — Purpose and objectives. § 410-37 — Demolition and removal of structures. § 410-41 — Appeals of decisions. § 410-92.22 — Enforcement. § 410-93 — Enforcement duties of Director. § 410-101 — Violations and penalties. § 410-102 — Establishment and procedures. § 410-106 — Powers and duties. § 410-107 — Voting. § 410-108 — Application procedure. § 410-110 — Decisions and records of the Zoning Board of Review. Ch 410 Art XIV — Appeals § 410-115 — Appeal from decision of enforcing agency or officer. § 410-116 — Stay of proceedings. § 410-117 — Public hearing. § 410-118 — Decisions and records of Board. § 410-120 — Appeals to Superior Court. § 410-126 — Appeal of enactment of or amendment to chapter. 410-132{7} — Definitions. § DL-1 — Disposition of legislation.
Appointments
§ I.-1-102 — Executive and administrative power. § 3.-2-302 — Appropriations in addition to annual budget ordinance. Ch C Art II. Ch 5 — COUNCILMANIC APPOINTMENTS § 5.-2-500 — Judge of probate court; acting judge. § 5.-2-501 — Judge of the municipal court; acting judge. § 5.-2-504 — Appointment of various officials deemed necessary. § 1.-3-100 — Executive and administrative officers, departments, boards, commissions and agencies designated. Ch C Art III. Ch 2 — ELECTION OR APPOINTMENT § 2.-3-201 — Heads of departments. § 2.-3-202 — Members of boards and commissions. § 4.-3-401 — Appointed officers, members of boards and commissions, etc. § 5.-3-501 — Appointive offices. § 7.-3-700 — Purchasing board. § 7.-3-701 — Personnel board. § 7.-3-702 — Board of appeals. § 7.-3-704 — Board of canvassers. § 7.-3-705 — Trustees of public libraries. § 7.-3-706 — City planning commission. § 7.-3-709 — Water supply board. § 7.-3-710 — Pawtucket Redevelopment Agency. § 1.-4-104 — Administrative assistant. § 7.-4-701 — Police division. § 9.-4-900 — Department of planning and redevelopment; duties and responsibilities. § 10.-4-1001 — Purchasing Director – Appointment: to be in merit employment system; to be executive secretary of purchasing board. § 11.-4-1100 — Powers and duties generally. § 19.-4-1900 — Powers and duties. § 19.-4-1901 — Election of chairman. § 19.-4-1902 — Superintendent or chief engineer. § 19.-4-1903 — Removal of superintendent or chief engineer. § 1.-6-107 — Terms of appointed officers and members of boards and commissions. § 1.-6-108 — Vacancies in appointive offices. § 1.-6-117 — Powers, duties and obligations of election officials. § 1.-6-124 — Board of canvassers. § VII.-7-100 — Personnel system established; to be administered by personnel director. § VII.-7-101 — Sec. 7-101. Appointment, suspension, etc. of employees. § VII.-7-102 — Sec. 7-102. Employees, etc., covered by system. § VII.-7-104 — Contents of regulations. § VII.-7-106 — Officers and employees to comply with, aid, etc., system and director; director to certify payrolls. § VII.-7-108 — Appeals. § VII.-7-109 — Qualifications and compensation of director. § 1.-8-100 — Applicability of state code of ethics. § 2.-8-200 — Declaration of policy and purpose. § 2.-8-201 — Conflict of interest. § 2.-8-202 — Dual office holding; forfeiture of office upon conviction of felony, etc. § 2.-8-204 — Permitted activities relative to state and federal appointments, etc. § 2.-8-208 — Collection of fees by city officials and employees. § 2.-8-209 — Acceptance of compensation, gifts or favors, etc., by official, etc., in connection with public work. § 2.-8-210 — Use of city property for private purposes or business. § 2.-8-211 — Representing private interests before municipal agencies and courts or any subdivision thereof. § 2.-8-212 — Incompatible employment. § 2.-8-213 — Use of confidential information. § 2.-8-214 — Disclosure of private interest. § 3.-8-300 — Complaints by citizens. § 3.-8-301 — Penalties. § 3.-8-302 — Fiduciary responsibility of city officials. § IX.-9-105 — Transparency/public notification — boards and commissions. § 1.-10-104 — Charter review commissions. § 2.-10-201 — Preparation. § 3.-10-301 — Transitional provision. § 4.-10-400 — Abolishment of offices, departments, boards, etc. § 4.-10-403 — Termination of terms of office. § 4.-10-404 — Employees to be temporary after effective date. § 3-9 — Assignment of patrolmen to routes. § 3-14 — Police protection in theaters. Ch 11 — Boards and Commissions § 11-12 — Director. § 11-15 — Citizen participation. § 11-16 — Creation; membership; terms; officers. § 11-22 — Membership; officers. § 11-23 — Terms of office. § 11-26 — Membership. § 11-28 — Terms. § 11-33 — Membership; officers. § 11-34 — Terms of office. § 11-35 — Additional members. § 11-36 — Powers and duties. § 11-44 — Membership; terms; reappointment. § 11-52 — Period required; applicability; exceptions; written policy; failure to comply. § 11-54 — Membership. § 30-1 — Coverage. § 50-15 — Assistant City Solicitor. § 50-23 — Appointment; term of office. § 50-24 — Appointment; term of office. § 50-40 — Auxiliary Monitors; qualifications; investigation of complaints. § 50-44 — Appointment; term. § 59-25 — Examination by physicians. § 63-16 — Payment of accrued vacation time. § 63-18 — Prior City service disallowed for determining eligibility. § 63-20 — Medical compensation. § 63-21 — Other benefits limited. § 63-22 — Exclusion from personnel system. § 63-47 — Test required. § 63-48 — Cost of test. § 63-52 — Retirement benefits for Police and Fire Chiefs. § 88-3 — Compensation. § 88-7 — Salary recommendation. § 88-15 — Pay rate allocation. § 88-16 — Time frame for step rate increases. § 88-20 — Certification of employment prior to payment of salary. Ch 88 Art XIV — Department Heads and Appointed Positions § 88-35 — Salaries established. § 92-2 — Training required for prospective police officers and firefighters. § 193-3 — Application; viewing of show by City Council. § 193-4 — Investigation; report; obscene material. § 210-1 — Establishment and duties of Fire Prevention Section. § 210-2 — Fire protection in theaters. § 218-26 — Right of entry for inspection. § 247-5 — Technical Steering Committee. § 247-9 — Appointment and duties of hearing officer. § 247-49 — Court review of decisions of Board. § 288-8 — Appointment and duties of the Hearing Officer. § 288-37 — Board of Appeals designated Board of Review. § 288-49 — Court review of decisions of Board. § 347-2 — Garbage receptacles; location; removal of garbage from premises. § 347-14 — Refuse collection rules. § 371-7 — Appointment, duties and authority of City Forester. § 388-5 — Violations and penalties. § 410-12 — Table of Use Regulations; key. § 410-13.2 — Authority of Commission. § 410-13.4 — Appointment and removal of members. § 410-13.5 — Organization and staff. § 410-34 — Historic District Commission. § 410-103 — Membership. § 410-104 — Prior members. § DL-1 — Disposition of legislation.
Assessments
§ 1.-3-100 — Executive and administrative officers, departments, boards, commissions and agencies designated. § 4.-4-400 — Duties generally. § 5.-4-505 — Tax assessing division; tax assessor. § 5.-4-506 — Division of collections and disbursements. § 12.-4-1202 — To act as board of tax review. § 1-6 — Ordinances saved from repeal; matters not affected by repeal. Ch 7 Art II — Assessment of Claims Against Department § 7-16 — Assessment against responsible department; inclusion in budget. § 7-17 — Inclusion in department's financial statement. § 26-19 — Powers of the Housing Court. § 59-9 — Persons on pension list not to pay into fund. § 63-44 — Records and reports. § 104-8 — Testing of equipment. § 104-10 — False alarm assessment schedule. § 104-11 — Appeals procedure; penalties. § 132-3 — Failure to comply; assessment of costs. § 162-21 — Restricted activities; permits. § 193-11 — Issuance of license. § 210-33 — Fire alarm connection fee. § 210-34 — Alarms connected to Fire Department; fees for false fire alarms; exception for City. § 210-35 — Local alarms; fees for false alarms; exception for City. § 210-37 — Appeals procedure; violations and penalties. § 247-58 — Notice of intent to demolish. § 247-60 — Power of Director to alleviate violation; limitation. § 247-61 — Demolition of structure at owner's expense. § 260-15 — Taxes and assessments due prior to issuance, transfer or renewal; disposition in case of ordinance violation. § 263-23 — Notice of completion of work. § 263-24 — Right to appeal. § 263-28 — Violations and penalties. § 288-32 — Notice of intent to demolish. § 288-34 — Power of Director to alleviate violation; limitation. § 288-35 — Demolition of structure at owner's expense. § 319-2 — Fee. § 335-6 — Plats of sewers and drains. § 335-13 — Enforcement; violations and penalties. § 347-18 — Violations and penalties; habitual offenders. § 351-2 — Cost; assessment against abutting land. § 351-8 — Confirmation of curbing bills; failure to pay. § 363-34 — Adjustments to valuations. § 363-35 — When effective. 363-40{6} — Definitions. § 363-42.1 — Stabilization schedule. § 363-42.2 — Application procedure. § 363-42.3 — Continued entitlement to tax stabilization benefits. § 363-43 — Exemption allowed. § 363-44 — Eligibility. § 363-55 — Imposition. § 363-56 — Exemptions. § 363-58 — Appeals. § 363-64 — Deadline for acceptance of applications. § 363-67 — Duties of Assessor and Finance Director. § 363-75 — Eligible property. § 363-76 — Five-year administrative tax stabilization program. § 363-77 — Application procedure for five-year administrative tax stabilization. § 363-80 — Application procedure for ten-year tax stabilization. § 364-16 — Franchise fees. § 367-4 — Application; conditions. § 401-10 — Water bills. 410-20{27} — Definitions. § 410-92.12 — Violations and penalties. § 410-92.22 — Enforcement. § 410-112 — Hearing and notice.
Assessor
§ 5.-4-505 — Tax assessing division; tax assessor. § 12.-4-1202 — To act as board of tax review. § 263-20 — Notice to remove. § 351-2 — Cost; assessment against abutting land. § 351-7 — Required width; exceptions. § 363-1 — Amount of exemption. § 363-4 — Amount of exemption. § 363-7 — Amount of exemption. § 363-10 — Amount of exemption. § 363-18 — Amount of exemption. § 363-21 — Amount of exemption. § 363-26 — Authority to grant exemption. § 363-34 — Adjustments to valuations. § 363-38 — Subsequent exemptions to same person. § 363-42.2 — Application procedure. § 363-42.3 — Continued entitlement to tax stabilization benefits. § 363-43 — Exemption allowed. § 363-44 — Eligibility. § 363-46 — Exclusions. § 363-47 — Application. § 363-48 — Termination. § 363-49 — Appeal. § 363-55 — Imposition. § 363-56 — Exemptions. § 363-57 — Property ceasing to be subject to tax. § 363-59 — Amount of exemption; entitlement. § 363-61 — Authority to grant exemption. § 363-62 — Filing of application. § 363-64 — Deadline for acceptance of applications. § 363-66 — List of ratable property. § 363-67 — Duties of Assessor and Finance Director. § 363-68 — Tax levy determination. § 363-75 — Eligible property. § 363-77 — Application procedure for five-year administrative tax stabilization. § 363-78 — Ten-Year Tax Stabilization Program. § 363-80 — Application procedure for ten-year tax stabilization.