[HISTORY: Adopted by the Town Meeting 3-7-1967 ATM, Art. 32; renumbered and recaptioned 5-11-2009 ATM, Art. 21. Subsequent amendments noted where applicable.]
Editor's Note: Certain global changes were authorized to the Zoning Bylaw by 5-11-2009 ATM, Art. 22, as follows: The Town voted to adopt the following global changes to the Zoning Bylaws, all as set forth in the document on file in the office of the Town Clerk titled "Town of Webster Massachusetts Bylaws Draft" dated April 2009: 1. References to the Massachusetts General Laws are standardized to the following format: MGL c. ___, § ___. 2. The word "Town" is consistently capitalized when it refers to the Town of Webster. 3. Names of the zoning districts are standardized to the following so that the spelling, capitalization and citations are consistent: District 1, Single-Family Residential District or Residence 1 District; District 2, Agricultural Single-Family Residential District or Agricultural-Residence District or Residence 2 District; District 3, Multiple-Family Residential District or Residence 3 District; District 4, General Business (within sewer district) or General Business District 4; District 5, General Business (outside sewer district) or General Business District 5; District 5A, Gore Business District; District 6, Industrial District; District 7, Lake Residential District; District 8, Floodplain District; District 9, Conservation District; District 10, Lake Watershed Protection District; District 11, Redevelopment Overlay District 4. The terms "Annual Town Meeting" and "Special Town Meeting" are consistently capitalized. 5. References to "non-criminal" are amended to read "noncriminal." 6. References to "by-law," "By-Law," "By-law" and "Bylaw" and are amended to read "bylaw." 7. References to "this chapter" are clarified to read "this bylaw" or "this article" (of the bylaw) as appropriate. 8. Numbers in the text of the bylaws are cited in a consistent manner, so that: a) numerals one though nine are spelled out as words, and numerals 10 and higher are cited in number form only; and b) so that all monetary amounts, fractions, decimals and percentages are cited in numeric form only.