[HISTORY: Adopted by the Township Board of the Township of Grosse Ile as indicated in article histories. Amendments noted where applicable.]
Building construction — See Ch. 40.
Certificates of occupancy — See Ch. 59.
Condominium projects — See Ch. 71.
Downtown Development Authority — See Ch. 84.
Environmental assessment — See Ch. 98.
Fences and walls — See Ch. 103.
Flood control — See Ch. 116.
Grading — See Ch. 124.
Land use hearing notices — See Ch. 139.
Macomb Street landscaping — See Ch. 150.
Subdivision control — See Ch. 238.
Wetlands and drainageways — See Ch. 275.
Woodland and tree preservation — See Ch. 282.
Pursuant to the authority conferred by Michigan Public Act 184 of 1943, as amended, drafted and adopted for the purpose of meeting the needs of the state's citizens for food, fiber, energy and other natural resources, places of residence, recreation, industry, trade, service and other uses of land; ensuring that use of land shall be situated in appropriate locations and relationships; limiting the inappropriate overcrowding of land and congestion of population, transportation systems, and other public facilities; facilitating adequate and efficient provision for transportation systems, sewage disposal, water, energy, education, recreation and other public service and facility requirements; and promoting public health, safety and welfare, now therefore, the Township Board of Grosse Ile, Wayne County, Michigan, hereby ordains:
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An ordinance enacted under Michigan Public Act 184 of 1943, as amended, governing the unincorporated portions of the Township of Grosse Ile, Wayne County, Michigan, to regulate and restrict the location and use of buildings, structures and land for trade, industry, residential use, and for public and semipublic or other specified uses; to regulate and limit the height and bulk of buildings and other structures; to regulate and to determine the size of yards, courts, and open spaces; to regulate and limit the density of population and, for said purposes, to divide the Township into districts and establish the boundaries thereof; to provide for changes in the regulations, restrictions, and boundaries of such districts; to define certain terms used herein; to provide for enforcement; to establish a Zoning Board of Appeals; and to impose penalties for violation of this ordinance.