COUNTY ORDINANCE REGULATING GLASS CONTAINERS ON RIVERS AND STREAMS
ORDINANCE NO 99-101
BE IT ORDAINED BY THE COUNTY COMMISSIONERS OF THE COUNTY OF MCDONALD, STATE OF MISSOURI AS FOLLOWS:
99-101. Definitions As used in sections 95-102. through 99-103 the following terms mean:
a.) “Glass Container”, any of a large class of gen. transparent or translucent materials that harden from the molten state without crystallizing and becoming true solids and used as a receptacle for holding and carrying.
b.) “Rivers and Streams”, a relatively large natural stream of water, naming Elk River, Indian Creek, Big Sugar, and Little Sugar.
From and after the date of adoption of this section it shall be unlawful within the borders of McDonald County to have in possession any glass container upon Rivers and Streams of Elk River, Indian Creek, Big Sugar, and Little Sugar.
I.) Violations of Section 99-102 is punishable by fine of up to one hundred dollars ($100.00), or a flne set by the court.
BE IT FURTHER ORDAINED BY THE COUNTY COMMISSION THAT THIS ORDINANCE SHALL BE IN FULL FORCE AND EFFECT FROM AND AFTER ITS DATE OF PASSAGE.
The above ordinance was passed and adopted this 13th day of May.
You will be in a world of hurt if you have glass in your possession anywhere near the streams of the Elk River basin within the boundaries of McDonald county.
At $100 per violation, you only thought that 12-pack of Heineken was expensive at the store. Just wait until you’re handed a $1200 ticket!