Town of West Hartford, CT
Hartford County
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[HISTORY: Adopted by the Town Council of the Town of West Hartford 9-12-1972 (Ch. 8 of the 1972 Code). Amendments noted where applicable.]
Health Planning Board — See Ch. 5, Article XI.
Garbage, rubbish and refuse — See Ch. 94.
The keeping, maintenance or permitting to accumulate or disposing of any heap or quantity of manure or compost, except in a manner satisfactory to the Director of Health, is prohibited.
Editor's Note: Former § 101-2, Height of vegetation restricted, was repealed 10-27-1998.
Editor's Note: Former § 101-3, Poisonous vegetation, was repealed 10-27-1998.
Permitting to exist any condition or activity determined by the Director of Health, which has been determined by a public hearing to be prejudicial to the health or welfare of the residents of the Town, is prohibited.
It shall be the duty of the Director of Health to cause any act of nuisance prohibited under §§ 101-1 through 101-4 to be removed or abated. The Director and officers and employees of the Department of Health designated by the Director may enter, for the purpose of inspection, all places in which they deem it likely that any act of nuisance exists, and the Director shall order the person owning or occupying the premises on which such act of nuisance is found to abate or remove the same in accordance with the terms of such order within the time specified therein. All such orders shall be in writing.
Editor's Note: Former § 101-6, Removal of dog litter, added 9-23-1980, was repealed 10-27-1998.
[Added 4-21-1987]
Family day-care homes shall be subject to the following requirements:
Inspection and review by the Health Director, or designee, as is deemed necessary for compliance with state regulations concerning health requirements regarding family day-care homes and for the following items:
Proof of certification in first aid for children by at least one operator on the premises at all times.
Availability of an American Red Cross standard twenty-four-unit first-aid kit or an acceptable substitute.
All emergency health-related plans and policies shall be in writing and shall be distributed to the parents of each child.
Editor's Note: See also Ch. 177, Zoning, § 177-16.1B.