City of Cushing, OK
Payne County
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Table of Contents
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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
Animals
Ch 4 — Animals § 4-1 — Definitions. § 4-4 — Citations. § 4-5 — Instigating fights between animals. § 4-6 — Keeping places for fighting animals. § 4-8 — Animals suspected of rabies. Ch 4 Art 2 — Domestic Animals § 4-10 — Keeping of swine prohibited; exceptions. § 4-11 — Prohibited in certain areas. § 4-12 — Enclosures or pens. § 4-13 — Running at large. § 4-14 — Generally. § 4-15 — Fees for redemption of impounded animal or fowl. § 4-16 — Sale of impounded animals or fowl. § 4-19 — Rabies emergencies. § 4-21 — Intact dog or cat at large. § 4-29 — Tag. § 4-30 — Authorized. § 4-31 — Entry powers of City; killing when impoundment impossible. § 4-32 — Rabid, sick, etc., animals. § 4-33 — Records, notice, etc. § 4-34 — Holding period and disposition generally. § 4-35 — Redemption. § 4-36 — Fees. § 4-38 — Certificate of registration; fee. § 4-39 — Muzzle, restraint; dogs not declared dangerous. § 4-40 — Confiscation. § 9-7 — Illustrative enumeration. § 10-16 — Obstruction of hydrants. § 12-6 — Disposition. § 13-24 — Examples of rules. 14-54{3} — Definitions. 14-54{7} — Definitions. § 15-5 — Disturbing animals. § 15-9 — Hitching animals. § 15-11 — Animals running at large. § 15-38 — Only bird hunting permitted. § 16-10 — Applications. § 16-11 — Standards for permit issuance. 19-1{38} — Definitions. § 19-5 — Persons riding animals or driving animal-drawn vehicles. § 19-117 — Putting glass, etc., on highway. § 20-43 — Use of public sewers required. § 20-73 — Prohibited discharges. 20-114{1} — Definitions. § 20-130 — Disposal of dead animals.
Appointments
§ TWO-2 — Appointive officers. § TWO-6 — Other state or county government employment prohibited; increases in compensation. § TWO-7 — Conflicts of interest. § TWO-8 — Oath. § TWO-9 — Removal of commissioners; filling of vacancies. § TWO-10 — Powers and duties of appointed officers. § TWO-11 — Commissioners not to serve as appointed city officer. § THREE-5 — Power to prescribe duties for employees. § FOUR-1 — Appointment of city manager. § FOUR-5 — Powers. § SIX-2 — Custody. Ch C Art SEVEN — APPOINTIVE OFFICERS BY COMMISSIONERS § SEVEN-1 — City treasurer. § SEVEN-4 — City attorney. § SEVEN-5 — Municipal court and judge. Ch C Art EIGHT — APPOINTIVE OFFICERS BY CITY MANAGER § EIGHT-1 — City clerk. § EIGHT-4 — City engineer. § EIGHT-5 — Waterworks and sewers. § EIGHT-6 — Fire department. § EIGHT-7 — Health department — Generally. § EIGHT-11 — Police department. § FOURTEEN-4 — Recall election conducted. § FOURTEEN-6 — Recalled officer cannot hold office. § SIXTEEN-6 — Nepotism. § SIXTEEN-8 — Temporary officers, and board of education to control selection of its membership. § 2-4 — Safe house project advisory board. § 2-5 — Senior citizen center advisory board created; bylaws, rules and regulations. § 2-6 — Cushing Regional Airport advisory board. § 2-15 — Administration. § 4-1 — Definitions. § 4-30 — Authorized. § 4-32 — Rabid, sick, etc., animals. § 5-4 — Condemnation of dilapidated buildings; notice; removal; costs; lien; nuisance. § 5-45 — Electrical inspector generally. § 5-65 — Code revisions, amendments. § 5-75 — Members. § 7-9 — Director of civil defense. § 7-25 — Designation of the floodplain administrator. § 8-5 — Clerk of court generally. § 8-10 — Appointment of judges. § 8-11 — Term of judge. § 8-12 — Alternate judge. § 8-13 — Acting judge. § 8-16 — Vacancies in office of judge. § 8-19 — Changes of venue and disqualification. § 11-6 — Fair housing board. 12-9{4} — Definitions. § 15-58 — Advisory board. § 15-61 — Advisory board. § 18-5 — Cable committee. § 18-20 — Consumer protection and service standards. § 18-35 — Receivership and foreclosure. § 20-40 — Duties of City Manager. § 20-115 — Sanitary officer.
Assessments
§ ONE-15 — Former government in force. § SEVEN-2 — Settlement with county treasurer. § 1-10 — Certain ordinances not affected by Code. § 3-5 — Levied; amount. § 5-4 — Condemnation of dilapidated buildings; notice; removal; costs; lien; nuisance. § 6-40 — Application. § 8-35 — Penalty and costs. § 9-15 — Cleaning and mowing of property; notice; consent; hearing; right of entry; costs; lien; ordinances; summary abatement; definitions. § 9-18 — Health nuisances; removal; collection of cost of removal. § 12-3 — Burglar alarms; telephone dialers. § 14-21 — Furnishing, giving or sale of tobacco products to minors prohibited — Proof of age — Fines — Employee and employer liability — Notification of storeowners — Failure to pay fine. § 14-22 — Purchase, receipt or possession of tobacco products by minors prohibited; falsifying proof of age; penalties. § 14-23 — Distribution of tobacco product samples restricted — Fines. § 17-23 — Excise tax on storage, use or other consumption of tangible personal property. § 17-37 — Capital improvements tax. § 17-38 — Public library tax. § 17-39 — Sports complex tax. § 17-43 — Exemptions. § 17-47 — Assessment and determination of tax. § 17-51 — General powers of the City treasurer. § 17-68 — This tax in addition to taxes currently levied; administrative procedures. § 18-1 — Telephone inspection fee and service charge. 18-3{9} — Definitions. § 19-22 — Vehicle impoundment. § 20-40 — Duties of City Manager. § 20-54 — Determination and adjustment of user charges. § 20-55 — Determination of sewage quantity. § 20-133 — Rates and charges.