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21-ONLY ORDINANCE-EFFECTSREPORT: 21 OVERRATEDDI10/23/2013 View1A
21-ONLY ORDINANCE-EFFECTS ON CRIMEIOWA CITY POLICE: CRIME IS DOWN SINCE 21-ONLYPC10/12/20131A
HUMAN RIGHTS ORDINANCE-AGE RESTRICTIONSCOUNCILORS CONSIDER ORDINANCEDI10/02/2013 View2A
HUMAN RIGHTS ORDINANCE-AGE RESTRICTION21-ONLY PROMPTS LOOK AT HUMAN RIGHTS RULEPC09/29/20131A
HUMAN RIGHTS ORDINANCE-AGE RESTRICTIONCITY EYES RIGHTS RESTRICTIONDI09/27/2013 View1A
PED MALL-ORDINANCESDOWNTOWN RULES DRAW CONCERNSDI09/23/2013 View1A
BED AND BREAKFASTS-ORDINANCESCOUNTY OKS BROADER B&B RULESPC09/20/20133A
PED MALL-ORDINANCESCOUNCIL PASSES PED MALL RULESDI09/18/2013 View1A
PED MALL-LOITERING ORDINANCESPED MALL RULES PASS 2ND TESTDI09/04/2013 View1A
PED MALL-ORDINANCESCOUNCIL DEBATES PED MALL RULESPC08/21/20131A
PED MALL-ORDINANCESPROPOSED PED MALL RULES COME UNDER FIREPC08/20/20131A
21-ONLY ORDINANCE-EFFECTS21-ONLY SUPPORTERS DISMISS PARTY SCHOOL RANKINGPC08/08/20131A
21-ONLY ORDINANCE-EFFECTSCOUNCIL: 21-ONLY WORKING DESPITE 'PARTY' LABELPC08/07/20131A
BARS-500 FOOT ORDINANCECOUNCIL MOVES ON 500-FOOT LAWDI07/24/2013 View1A
21-ONLY ORDINANCE21-ONLY HEADED TO BALLOTPC07/24/20133A
BARS-500 FOOT ORDINANCECITY MIGHT AMEND 500-FOOT RULEDI07/19/2013 View1A
LAWNS-ORDINANCESNAUTRAL LAWN MOVEMENT CLASHES WITH CITY ORDINANCESPC07/06/20131A
21-ONLY ORDINANCE2 GROUPS UNSURE ON 21-ONLYDI07/02/2013 View1A
21-ONLY ORDINANCE21 REARING ITS HEAD AGAINDI06/28/2013 View1A
21-ONLY ORDINANCE-PETITION TO OVERTURNCITY RECEIVES PETITION THAT SEEKS TO OVERTURN 21-PC06/25/20131A
21-ONLY ORDINANCE-PETITION TO OVERTURN21-ONLY UNDER NEW FIREDI06/24/2013 View1A
FRATERNAL HOUSING-ORDINANCESCOUNCIL PASSES HOUSING MEASUREDI05/15/2013 View1A
21-ONLY ORDINANCE-OPPOSITIONBARS PUSH AGAINST 21-ONLYDI05/02/2013 View1A
21-ONLY ORDINANCEVOTERS MAY SEE 21-ONLY ON BALLOT ONCE AGAINPC05/02/20131A
TRASH CANS-ORDINANCESCOUNCIL TO DISCUSS TRASH CAN ORDINANCE NEXT WEEKPC04/20/20133A
CITY PARKS-USE OF AMPLIFIERS-ORDINANCESCOUNCIL CHANGES UP CITY SOUND ORDINANCEDI04/10/2013 View6A
AMPLIFIERS-ORDINANCESCOUNCIL CHANGES UP CITY SOUND ORDINANCEDI04/10/2013 View6A
RURAL DEVELOPMENT-ORDINANCESBOARD: NO AMENDMENTS TO BE MADE TO ORDINANCEPC03/19/20133A
TRASH CONTAINERS-ORDINANCESCITY TRASH-CONTAINER ORDINANCE MAY RETURNDI02/26/2013 View5A
21-ONLY ORDINANCE-ENTERTAINMENT VENUE EXEMPTIONCITY COUNCIL PASSES NEW VENUE RULEDI02/20/2013 View1A
21-ONLY ORDINANCE-EXEMPTIONSAIRLINER REGAINS ITS 21-EXEMPTIONDI02/11/2013 View1A
21-ONLY ORDINANCE-ENTERTAINMENT VENUESCLUBS, CITY WORK ON VENUE CHANGEDI01/28/2013 View1A
21-ONLY ORDINANCE-ENTERTAINMENT VENUESUNDERAGE CURFEW MAY SOON END IN SOME BARSPC01/23/20133A
21-ONLY ORDINANCE-ENTERTAINMENT VENUESENTERTAINMENT-VENUE CHANGE PASSES FIRST TESTDI01/23/2013 View1A
21-ONLY ORDINANCE-ENTERTAINMENT VENUE POLICYCOUNCIL PONDERS VENUE CHANGESDI01/21/2013 View2A
TAXI CABS-ORDINANCESDTAXI ORDINANCE DRAWS FIREDI12/13/2012 View5A
21-ONLY ORDINANCE-EXEMPTIONLOVING THE 21-EXEMPTIONDI11/08/2012 View2A
STREET CAFES-ORDINANCESCITY COUNCIL OPEN TO STREET CAFESDI10/03/2012 View1A
DISORDERLY HOUSE-ORDINANCESCOUNCIL OKS DISORDERLY HOUSE ORDINANCEDI09/19/2012 View2A
21-ONLY ORDINANCE-EFFECTSALCOHOL CRIME SHIFTSDI05/10/2012 View1A
21-ONLY ORDINANCE-EXEMPTIONSAIRLINER GIVES UP EXEMPTIONDI05/03/2012 View1A
AIRLINER-21-ONLY ORDINANCE EXEMPTIONAIRLINER GIVES UP EXEMPTIONDI05/03/2012 View1A
21-ONLY ORDINANCE-SPLIT VENUE EXEMPTIONLIBRARY BAR NO LONGER SPLIT VENUEPC04/11/20121A
21-ONLY ORDINANCE-SPLIT VENUE EXEMPTIONLIBRARY DROPS SPLIT VENUEDI04/10/2012 View1A
21-ONLY ORDINANCE-SPLIT VENUE EXEMPTIONLOCAL BAR DECIDES TO SPLIT IN TWODI02/27/2012 View1A
21-ONLY ORDINANCE-EFFECTSCRIME IN YOUR NEIGHBORHOODPC02/25/20121A
21-ONLY ORDINANCE-SPLIT VENUE EXCEPTIONDOWNTOWN BAR FIRST TO TRY SPLIT VENUEPC02/23/20121A
21-ONLY ORDINANCE-EXEMPTIONSCITY EYES CHANGES FOR RESTAURANTSDI11/28/2011 View1A
21-ONLY ORDINANCE-AMENDMENTSCITY COUNCIL BACKS PROPOSED AMENDMENTS TO 21-ONLYPC11/22/20111A
21-ONLY ORDINANCE-EFFECTSNEW NUMBERS MUDDY EVALUATION OF 21-ONLYPC10/15/20113A
ASSEMBLY-ORDINANCESPROTEST MAY RUN AFOUL OF CODEDI10/07/2011 View1A
SANCTUARY CITY ORDINANCECITY WEIGHS IMMIGRANT ISSUEPC09/20/20113A
IMMIGRANTS-ORDINANCESCITY TO DISCUSS IMMIGRATION ISSUESPC09/13/20113A
WIND FARMS-ORDINANCESBOARD OKS WIND FARM ORDINANCEPC08/12/20113A
RAGBRAI-CORALVILLE-VENDOR ORDINANCECORALVILLE DAD SOUR OVER TEMPORARY ORDINANCEPC08/03/20113A
21-ONLY ORDINANCE-EFFECTSOFFICIALS: UNDERAGE CALLS DOWNDI07/15/2011 View1A
21-ONLY ORDINANCE-EXEMPTIONS2 COUNCILORS BACK PAULA RATIO-EXEMPTION TIEDI07/15/2011 View5A
21-ONLY ORDINANCETOUGHER ALCOHOL REGULATIONS PROPOSEDPC07/14/20111A
VENDORS-ORDINANCESCOUNCIL OKS GAMEDAY REGULATIONSPC07/06/20114A
VENDORS-ORDINANCESCOUNCIL OKS LAW ON VENDORSDI07/06/2011 View1A
GREENHOUSES-ORDINANCESCOUNTY COULD ENACT GREENHOUSE ORDINANCE BY THE FALPC07/05/20113A
21-ONLY ORDINANCE-EFFECTSHIGH-RISK DRINKING DROPSDI06/23/2011 View1A
NUISANCE PROPERTY-ORDINANCE-CORALVILLECORALVILLE EYES 'NUISANCE' HOUSINGPC06/13/20113A
21-ONLY ORDINANCE-FINESCOUNCIL REDUCES 21-ONLY FINESDI06/08/2011 View1A
21-ONLY ORDINANCE-FINES21-ONLY FINE MAY DROPDI06/07/2011 View1A
21-ONLY ORDINANCE-EXEMPTIONSFOOD EXEMPTION NOT TASTY FOR SOMEDI06/06/2011 View1A
21-ONLY ORDINANCE-EFFECTSBUSINESSES WEIGH IN ON 21-ONLY ONE YEAR LATERPC06/01/20111A
21-ONLY ORDINANCE-EXEMPTIONSCOALITION DISCUSSES 21-ONLY EXEMPTIONSPC05/12/20111A
21-ONLY ORDINANCE-EXEMPTIONS21-ONLY EXEMPTIONS QUESTIONEDDI05/12/2011 View1A
21-ONLY ORDINANCE-EFFECTSPAULAS DROP IN 21 ERADI05/09/2011 View1A
21-ONLY ORDINANCE-EFFECTSBARS TAKE A HIT AFTER 21DI05/09/2011 View1A
21-ONLY ORDINANCE-EFFECTSFOR MANY, BUSINESS STEADYDI05/09/2011 View5A
ANIMAL CONTROL ORDINANCESCOUNTY STUDIES ANIMAL LAWDI04/28/2011 View5A
UNINCORPORATED AREAS-ANIMAL CONTROL ORDINANCESCOUNTY STUDIES ANIMAL LAWDI04/28/2011 View5A
21-ONLY ORDINANCE-EFFECTSMASON: 21-ONLY 'LEANING POSITIVE'PC04/18/20113A
21-ONLY ORDINANCE-FINESCITY IN FAVOR OF LOWERING 21-ONLY FINESPC04/05/20111A
21-ONLY ORDINANCE-FINESUNDERAGE FINE MAY BE EASEDDI04/05/2011 View1A
21-ONLY ORDINANCE-FINESLIAISON: UNDERAGE TICKETS TOO COSTLYDI04/01/2011 View1A
21-ONLY ORDINANCE-FINESUI LIAISON: ALCOHOL FINES ARE EXCESSIVEPC04/01/20111A
21-ONLY ORDINANCE-EFFECTSMORE DOWNTOWN BARS CLOSEDI01/17/2011 View7A
21-ONLY ORDINANCE-EFFECTSDOWNTOWN AT A CROSSROADSPC01/10/20111A
21-ONLY ORDINANCEBARS MAY CONVERT TO PRIVATE CLUBSPC12/18/20101A
SNOW ORDINANCECITY READY FOR WINTER WEATHERPC12/08/20101A
21-ONLY ORDINANCE-EFFECTSEARLIER DRINKING, BARS CLOSE IN ICDI12/06/2010 View1A
21-ONLY ORDINANCE-EFFECTSSTUDY BACKS 21 CLAIMSDI11/19/2010 View1A
21-ONLY ORDINANCE-VOTINGOLDER VOTERS SWAYED 21-ONLY ISSUEPC11/19/20101A
21-ONLY ORDINANCE-VOTINGSTUDENT VOTERS STUCK TO 21-ONLYDI11/11/2010 View1A
21-ONLY ORDINANCE-ENTERTAINMENT VENUE EXEMPTION21 OPTION ENTICES CLUBSDI11/05/2010 View1A
21-ONLY ORDINANCE-VOTING RESULTSBAR STAFFS GLUM, EXPERTS NOT WORRIED BY 21DI11/04/2010 View1A
21-ONLY ORDINANCE-VOTING RESULTS21-ONLY LOSS LEAVES BITTER TASTEDI11/04/2010 View8A
21-ONLY ORDINANCE-VOTING RESULTSSIDES READY TO MOVE FORWARDPC11/04/20101A
21-ONLY ORDINANCE-VOTING RESULTS21 HERE FOR LONG HAULDI11/03/2010 View6A
21-ONLY ORDINANCE-VOTING RESULTSNO REPEALDI11/03/2010 View1A
21-ONLY ORDINANCE-VOTING RESULTS'CHIPS DON'T FALL RIGHT' FOR 21-ONLY OPPONENTSPC11/03/20106A
21-ONLY ORDINANCE-VOTING RESULTS21-ONLY HANGS ONPC11/03/20101A
21-ONLY ORDINANCE-VOTING RESULTSWORKERS, RESIDENTS REACT TO VOTEPC11/03/20106A
21-ONLY ORDINANCE-VOTINGA CITY DIVIDEDDI11/02/2010 View1A
21-ONLY ORDINANCE-GROUP FUNDING21 GROUPS REPORT DONATIONSDI11/02/2010 View2A
21-ONLY ORDINANCE-VOTEAUDITOR SAYS PRO-19 SIDE MIGHT NOT HAVE VOTESPC10/28/20101A
21-ONLY ORDINANCE-OPPOSITIONANTI-21-ONLY GROUP COULD FACE FINESPC10/27/20101A
21-ONLY ORDINANCEGET ALL THE ANSWERS TO YOUR 21-ONLY QUESTIONSPC10/26/20108A
21-ONLY ORDINANCE-VOTINGTRYING TO READ THE TEA LEAVES FOR 21-ONLYPC10/26/20101A
21-ONLY ORDINANCEPRO-21 GROUP SAYS IT DIDN'T VIOLATE LAWDI10/25/2010 View2A
21-ONLY ORDINANCE-SUPPORTPRO 21-ONLY GROUP'S FUNDS PASS $43KPC10/21/20101A
21-ONLY ORDINANCEPRO-21 GROUP LEADS IN MONEYDI10/21/2010 View1A
21-ONLY ORDINANCE-OPPOSITIONOFFICIAL: ANONYMOUS DONATIONS A VIOLATIONPC10/21/20101A
21-ONLY ORDINANCECOUNTY EYES ALCOHOLDI10/21/2010 View2A
21-ONLY ORDINANCE-FORUMS21-ONLY SIDES DEBATE POLICE STATISTICSPC10/20/20101A
21-ONLY ORDINANCE-STATISTICS21 DATA GETS MURKYDI10/19/2010 View1A
21-ONLY ORDINANCE-EFFECTSBUSINESSES FEEL EFFECTS ON 21-ONLYPC10/19/20101A
21-ONLY ORDINANCE21-ONLY PUT TO THE TESTPC10/16/20101A
21-ONLY ORDINANCE-EFFECTSCITY SEEKS DIVERSE DOWNTOWNDI10/15/2010 View1A
21-ONLY ORDINANCE-VOTEIF 21-ONLY LOSES, WHAT THEN?DI10/14/2010 View1A
21-ONLY ORDINANCE-CAMPAIGN REGULATION VIOLATIONSCHARGES FLY IN 21 ELECTIONDI10/13/2010 View1A
21-ONLY ORDINANCE-ENTERTAINMENT VENUE EXEMPTIONCOUNCIL SUPPORTS SPLIT-VENUE OPTIONPC10/13/20103A
21-ONLY ORDINANCE-DEBATES21-ONLY SIDES CLASH OVER STATSPC10/12/20101A
21-ONLY ORDINANCEENTERTAINMENT PASSES FIRST TESTDI10/12/2010 View1A
ENTERTAINMENT VENUE ORDINANCEENTERTAINMENT PASSES FIRST TESTDI10/12/2010 View1A
21-ONLY ORDINANCE21 DEBATE CONTINUESDI10/12/2010 View2A
21-ONLY ORDINANCE-OPPOSITIONBAR EMPLOYEES PUSH THE VOTEDI10/08/2010 View1A
21-ONLY ORDINANCE-EFFECTSPRO-21 GROUPL ER QUIETER, ARRESTS DOWNPC10/08/20101A
21-ONLY ORDINANCE-EFFECTSPRO-, ANTI-21 TRADE CHARGESDI10/08/2010 View2A7A
21-ONLY ORDINANCE-VOTESGROUPS GEAR UP FOR LAST WEEKSDI10/07/2010 View1A
21-ONLY ORDINANCE-EFFECTSLOCAL ALCOHOL SALES MURKYDI10/07/2010 View1A
21-ONLY ORDINANCE-SIGN THEFTSSUPPORTERS: 21-ONLY SIGNS WERE STOLENPC10/05/20103A
21-ONLY ORDINANCE-EFFECTSSIDES DIFFER ON 21-ONLY'S SAFETY IMPACTPC10/02/20103A
21-ONLY ORDINANCE-EFFECTSALCOHOL SALES SHOW A MIXED PICTUREPC10/01/20101A
21-ONLY ORDINANCE-ENTERTAINMENT VENUE EXEMPTIONAND THE BANDS PLAYED ON?PC09/29/20101A
21-ONLY ORDINANCEPRO- AND ANTI-21 GROUPS JOCKEYDI09/29/2010 View2A
21-ONLY ORDINANCE-EFFECTSSOME BARS CUT JOBSDI09/22/2010 View1A
21-ONLY ORDINANCE-ENTERTAINMENT VENUE EXEMPTIONCOUNCIL MOVES ON 21 EXCEPTIONSDI09/22/2010 View1A
21-ONLY ORDINANCE-ENTERTAINMENT VENUE EXEMPTIONCOUNCIL PASSES SPLIT VENUESPC09/22/20101A
21-ONLY ORDINANCE-ENTERTAINMENT VENUE EXEMPTIONCOUNCIL BACKS MUSIC VENUESPC09/21/20101A
21-ONLY ORDINANCE-ENTERTAINMENT VENUE EXEMPTIONCITY MULLS 21 EXEMPTIONDI09/21/2010 View1A
21-ONLY ORDINANCE-OPPOSITIONFOR YESS LEADER, 21-ONLY IS PERSONALPC09/20/20103A
21-ONLY ORDINANCE-VOTESGROUPS PUSH EARLY VOTE ON 21DI09/20/2010 View1A
21-ONLY ORDINANCEIS COUNTY'S DRINKING RATE TOO HIGH?PC09/18/20101A
21-ONLY ORDINANCE-DEBATESPROF SKEPTICAL ABOUT DEBATESDI09/17/2010 View2A
21-ONLY ORDINANCE-FORUMSSIDES SPAR ON IMPACT OF 21-ONLYPC09/17/20101A
21-ONLY ORDINANCE-OPPOSITION FLIERSUI GROUP DIDN'T PRINT FLIER OPPOSING 21-ONLYPC09/17/20101A
21-ONLY ORDINANCE-OPPOSITIONSTUDENT LEADERS VOTE TO OPPOSE 21-ONLYPC09/15/20101A
21-ONLY ORDINANCE-OPPOSITIONUISG TAKES ANTI-21 STANCEDI09/15/2010 View1A
UI-STUDENT GOVERNMENT-21-ONLY ORDINANCEUISG TAKES ANTI-21 STANCEDI09/15/2010 View1A
21-ONLY ORDINANCE-SUPPORTNEUZIL SUPPORTS 21-ONLYPC09/14/20104A
21-ONLY ORDINANCE-OPPOSITIONBIZ OWNERS LAUNCH ANTI-21 COMMITTEEPC09/14/20101A
21-ONLY ORDINANCE-OPPOSITIONNEW ANTI-21 PANEL FORMSDI09/14/2010 View1A
21-ONLY ORDINANCE-VOTEWHAT HISTORY SAYS ABOUT 21-ONLY VOTEPC09/11/20103A
21-ONLY ORDINANCECOUNCIL DEFERS VOTE ON ALCOHOL-FREE SECTIONSPC09/08/20101A
SPLIT PREMISES ORDINANCESPLIT-VENUE VOTE DEFERREDPC09/08/20101A
21-ONLY ORDINANCESPLIT-VENUE VOTE DEFERREDPC09/08/20101A
21-ONLY ORDINANCE-EXEMPTION REQUESTSPORTER'S SUIT DISMISSEDDI08/31/2010 View2A
21-ONLY ORDINANCE-EXEMPTION REQUESTSJUDGE TOSSES SUIT AGAINST CITYPC08/28/20101A
21-ONLY ORDINANCE-OPPOSITION EVENTSANTI-21 EVENT DRAWS A CROWDDI08/27/2010 View1A
21-ONLY ORDINANCE-EFFECTS21-ONLY CHANGES DOWNTOWNDI08/23/2010 View1A
21-ONLY ORDINANCE-VOTESGROUPS PREP FOR VOTE ON 21DI08/23/2010 View3A
21-ONLY ORDINANCE-HEALTH EFFECTSSIDES DISAGREE ON 21-ONLY'S HEALTH EFFECTSPC08/23/20101A
21-ONLY ORDINANCEPOLICE READY FOR 'FIRST' 21-ONLY WEEKENDDI08/20/2010 View1A
21-ONLY ORDINANCE-SUPPORTPRINCIPALS SUPPORT 21-ONLY ORDINANCEPC08/18/20103A
21-ONLY ORDINANCE-EXEMPTION REQUESTSPORTER TAKES STAND SEEKING INJUNCTIONPC08/17/20103A
21-ONLY ORDINANCE21-ONLY CAMPAIGN BATTLE SPREADS TO THE INTERNETPC08/12/20101A
21-ONLY ORDINANCE-BALLOT LANGUAGE21-ONLY BACKERS STRESS BALLOT PHRASINGPC08/10/20101A
21-ONLY ORDINANCE-EFFECTSHOW WILL 21-ONLY AFFECT DISCIPLINE?PC08/07/20101A
21-ONLY ORDINANCE-EXEMPTIONSHEARING SET FOR BAR OWNER'S SUITPC08/04/20103A
21-ONLY ORDINANCE-EFFECTSIMPACT OF 21-ONLY STARTING TO BE SEENPC07/30/20101A
21-ONLY ORDINANCE-EXEMPTIONSSUMMIT SUES CITY OVER 21-ONLY EXEMPTIONPC07/30/20101A
RENTAL PROPERTIES-RURAL-ORDINANCESSUPERVISORS DISCUSS RURAL-HOUSING ORDINANCEDI07/29/2010 View1A
21-ONLY ORDINANCE-EXEMPTIONSSUMMIT OWNER SUES CITYDI07/29/2010 View1A
21-ONLY ORDINANCE-EFFECTSJURY STILL OUT ON 21-ONLYPC07/27/20101A
RENTAL PROPERTY-ORDINANCESCOUNTY TO LOOK INTO RENTAL PROPERTY STANDARDSPC07/26/20101A
21-ONLY ORDINANCE-EFFECTS21-ONLY COULD HURT PROPERTY TAX REVENUEPC07/24/20101A
21-ONLY ORDINANCE-SUPPORTPRO-21 RAISES MORE $DI07/20/2010 View1A
21-ONLY ORDINANCE-GROUPS-FUNDINGPRO-21-ONLY HAS SLIGHT FUNDING EDGEPC07/20/20101A
21-ONLY ORDINANCE-EFFECTSBUSINESS REPORTEDLY DOWN DOWNTOWNDI07/19/2010 View1A
J-BAR-EFFECTS OF 21-ONLY ORDINANCEMANAGER AT BAR: BUSINESS REDUCED BY HALFPC07/17/20101A
21-ONLY ORDINANCE-EFFECTSMANAGER AT BAR: BUSINESS REDUCED BY HALFPC07/17/20101A
21-ONLY ORDINANCE-EXEMPTIONSSUMMIT TURNED DOWN IN BID FOR 21 EXCEPTIONDI07/16/2010 View2A
MOBILE HOME PARKS-ORDINANCESCOUNTY OFFICIALS MULL MOBILE-HOME ORDINANCEDI07/16/2010 View2A
21-ONLY ORDINANCE-EXEMPTION REQUESTSCITY TURNS DOWN THE SUMMIT'S EXEMPTIONPC07/15/20101A
SUMMIT BAR-21-ONLY ORDINANCECITY TURNS DOWN THE SUMMIT'S EXEMPTIONPC07/15/20101A
21-ONLY ORDINANCE-VOTES21-ORDINANCE TO BE ON NOVEMBER BALLOTDI07/13/2010 View2A
21-ONLY ORDINANCE-EFFECTSPARTIES UP WITH 21-ONLY?PC07/12/20101A
21-ONLY ORDINANCE-OPINIONSNEW STUDENTS, PARENTS WEIGH IN ON 21-ONLYPC07/10/20101A
21-ONLY ORDINANCE-SUPPORTPRO-21 GROUP OUTLINES CAMPAIGN POSITIONSDI07/08/2010 View1A
21-ONLY ORDINANCE-SUPPORTOFFICIALS AIM TO CHANGE PARTY IMAGEPC07/08/20101A
21-ONLY ORDINANCE-SUPPORTBOLKCOM, MASCHER BACK 21-ONLYDI07/06/2010 View1A
21-ONLY ORDINANCEGROUPS MAPPING CAMPAIGN STRATEGIESPC07/03/20101A
21-ONLY ORDINANCE-SUPPORT FROM UI OFFICIALSUI OFFICIALS CLEARED TO JOIN PRO-21 ORDINANCE CAMPDI07/02/2010 View1A
21-ONLY ORDINANCE-EFFECTSOFFICIALS: TOO SOON TO KNOW 21-ONLY'S EFFECTDI07/01/2010 View2A
21-ONLY ORDINANCE-SUPPORT COMMITTEE21-ONLY BACKERS FORM COMMITTEEPC07/01/20101A
21-ONLY ORDINANCEISSUE CAN GO TO THE VOTERSPC06/25/20101A
21-ONLY ORDINANCE-EFFECTSWILL 21-ONLY EASE JAIL CROWDING?PC06/22/20101A
21-ONLY ORDINANCE21-ONLY HEADS FOR VOTEDI06/21/2010 View1A
21-ONLY ORDINANCE-PETITIONS AGAINSTGROUP SUBMITS NEW PETITIONPC06/16/20101A
21-ONLY ORDINANCE-PETITIONS AGAINST21 PETITION RESUBMITTEDDI06/15/2010 View1A
ZONING ORDINANCES-FLOODPLAINSCITY PROPOSES ZONING CHANGESPC06/15/20103A
FLOODPLAINS-ZONING ORDINANCESCITY PROPOSES ZONING CHANGESPC06/15/20103A
21-ONLY ORDINANCE-EFFECTSVENDORS SAY SALES DOWNDI06/14/2010 View1A
PANHANDLING ORDINANCENEW LAW HITS SOUR NOTEDI06/08/2010 View1A
21-ONLY ORDINANCE-EFFECTS21-ONLY CHANGING DOWNTOWN IOWA CITYDI06/07/2010 View1A
21-ONLY ORDINANCE21-ONLY, PAULA RATIO WORK TOGETHERDI06/07/2010 View1A
21-ONLY ORDINANCE-ENFORCEMENTPOLICE ENFORCING 21-ONLY ORDINANCEPC06/06/20101A
21-ONLY ORDINANCE-VIOLATIONSFIRST 2-ONLY VIOLATORS ARE CITEDPC06/05/20101A
21-ONLY ORDINANCE-PETITIONS AGAINST21-ONLY PETITION SHORT 1,200 NAMESPC06/02/20101A
21-ONLY ORDINANCEUI, COUNCIL: TIME IS RIGHT FOR 21-ONLYPC05/29/20101A
21-ONLY ORDINANCE-EFFECTSWILL THE SHOW GO ON IF IT'S 21-ONLY?PC05/19/20101A
21-ONLY ORDINANCE-OPPOSITIONPETITION TAKES ON 21-ONLY LAWPC05/13/20101A
21-ONLY ORDINANCE-OPPOSITIONANTI-21 GROUP FILES PETITIONDI05/13/2010 View1A
PANHANDLING ORDINANCECRITICS FAIL TO SWAY COUNCIL ON SOLICITORSPC05/11/20101A
21-ONLY ORDINANCE-OPPOSITION21-ONLY OPPONENTS HOLD FUNDRAISERDI05/03/2010 View2A
21-ONLY ORDINANCEWHERE'S THE LINELV05/01/201010
21-ONLY ORDINANCEPORTER: 21-ONLY ENDING COMEDY NIGHT AT BARPC04/30/20101A
21-ONLY ORDINANCESUMMIT MAY NIX WEEKLY COMEDYDI04/29/2010 View5A
PANHANDLING ORDINANCECOUNCIL MOVES AGAINST DOWNTOWN PANHANDLERSDI04/28/2010 View2A
PANHANDLING ORDINANCEPANHANDLING LAW PASSES FIRST VOTEPC04/28/20101A
21-ONLY ORDINANCE-EXEMPTIONSCITY EYES EXEMPTIONS FROM 21-ONLYDI04/27/2010 View1A
21-ONLY ORDINANCE-EFFECTSPARTY SCENE UNCERTAINDI04/22/2010 View1A
21-ONLY ORDINANCE-EFFECT ON CRIMEWILL 21-ONLY CURB DOWNTOWN CRIME?PC04/10/20106A
21-ONLY ORDINANCE-ATHLETESUI WANTS ATHLETES TO BACK 21-ONLYDI04/09/2010 View1A
21-ONLY ORDINANCE-OPPOSITIONGROUP TRIES FOR 21-ONLY ELECTIONPC04/08/20101A
21-ONLY ORDINANCE'21' BATTLE IS ONDI04/08/2010 View1A
21-ONLY ORDINANCE-CORRESPONDENCE FROM PUBLIC'21' MAIL FILLS CITY COUNCILORS' IN BOXESDI04/08/2010 View7A
21-ONLY ORDINANCE-COMPLIANCEBARS MUST GO 21-ONLY JUNE 1DI04/07/2010 View1A
21-ONLY ORDINANCE-APPROVALCOUNCIL APPROVES 21-ONLY ORDINANCEPC04/07/20101A
21-ONLY ORDINANCECOUNCIL WANTS 21-ONLY IN EFFECT BY JUNEPC04/06/20101A
21-ONLY ORDINANCE-SUPPORTUI, CITY LINKED ON 21-ONLYDI04/06/2010 View1A
21-ONLY ORDINANCE21-ONLY COULD CAUSE LAYOFFSDI04/02/2010 View1A
21-ONLY ORDINANCEUISG MUM ON 21DI04/01/2010 View1A
21-ONLY ORDINANCEUNION OWNER: 21-ONLY COULD MEAN CLOSUREPC03/30/20101A
21-ONLY ORDINANCEROUND 1 PASSESDI03/24/2010 View1A
21-ONLY ORDINANCE-SUPPORTFACULTY SENATE BACKS 21-ONLYDI03/24/2010 View1A
21-ONLY ORDINANCEUNDERSTANDING 21-ONLYDI03/24/2010 View3A
21-ONLY ORDINANCE21-ONLY COULD GO TO VOTERS AGAINPC03/12/20101A
21-ONLY ORDINANCEMUSIC SCENE EYES 21-ORDINANCEDI03/12/2010 View1A
21-ONLY ORDINANCEPANEL TO STAY MUM ON 21DI03/11/2010 View1A
21-ONLY ORDINANCE-SUPPORTPROFS BACK 21-ONLYDI03/10/2010 View1A
18-ORDINANCEGROUP PROPOSES SHIFTING BAR-ENTRY AGE TO 18DI03/10/2010 View1A
21-ONLY ORDINANCEFACULTY ENDORSE 21-ONLYPC03/10/20101A
21-ONLY ORDINANCEOPPONENTS OF 21-ONLY TRY TO THWART COUNCILPC03/10/20101A
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21-ONLY ORDINANCENODI11/07/20071A
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21-ONLY ORDINANCEDEBATING THE BAR-ENTRY AGEPC11/01/20077A
21-ONLY ORDINANCENO SINGLE ANSWER TO THE PROBLEMS OF ABUSIVE DRINKIPC11/01/20077A
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21-ONLY ORDINANCEON 21-ONLY AND CHALKINGDI10/25/20072A
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21-ONLY ORDINANCE21-ONLY A BOON FOR FAKE ID MAKERSDI10/24/20075A
21-ONLY ORDINANCE21-ONLY A BOON FOR FAKE ID MAKERSDI10/24/20075A
21-ONLY ORDINANCECAMPAIGNS SHOW ELECTABILITY WITH NUMBER OF YARD SIPC10/24/20071A
21-ONLY ORDINANCEPARTY SPECTER LOOMSDI10/24/20071A
21-ONLY ORDINANCEPARTY SPECTER LOOMSDI10/24/20071A
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21-ONLY ORDINANCENIGHTLIFE A CITY MONEYMAKERDI10/24/20071A
21-ONLY ORDINANCENIGHTLIFE A CITY MONEYMAKERDI10/24/20071A
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21-ONLY ORDINANCEMANY ALCOHOL BATTLES IN PASTDI10/23/20074A
21-ONLY ORDINANCEIS NOV. 6 THE DAY LIVE MUSIC HERE DIES?PC10/23/20071A
21-ONLY ORDINANCENOTHING TO DO BUT DRINK?DI10/23/20071A
21-ONLY ORDINANCENOTHING TO DO BUT DRINK?DI10/23/20071A
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21-ONLY ORDINANCE21-ONLY BACKERS VOICE CONCERNSDI10/22/2007 View4A
21-ONLY ORDINANCEIS NOV. 6 THE DAY LIVE MUSIC HERE DIES?PC10/22/20071A
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21-ONLY ORDINANCE21-ONLY TO AFFECT POLICEPC10/20/20071A
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21-ONLY ORDINANCE21-ONLY GROUP FILES PETITIONPC05/12/20071A
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21-ONLY ORDINANCE21-ONLY PETITION REACHES 500DI04/02/20071A
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JOHNSON COUNTY-HUMAN RIGHTS ORDINANCEHUMAN RIGHTS MEASURE IN SIGHTPC12/28/20063A
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COMPOST AND LANDFILL ZONING ORDINANCEBOARD GIVES FIRST OKS TO COMPOST PLANPC06/16/20063A
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JOHNSON COUNTY-HUMAN RIGHTS ORDINANCECOUNTY MOVES FORWARD ON ORDINANCEPC02/10/20061A
JOHNSON COUNTY-HUMAN RIGHTS ORDINANCECOUNTY TO DRAFT HUMAN-RIGHTS LAWDI02/10/20064A
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21-ONLY ORDINANCECOUNCIL HEARS 21-ONLY ALTERNATIVESPC11/16/20053A
21-ONLY ORDINANCEBOARD: 21-ONLY NOT THE ANSWERPC11/11/20051A
21-ONLY ORDINANCEONLY 1 HOPEFUL BACKS 21-ONLYDI11/03/20051A
21-ONLY ORDINANCE21-ONLY BUBBLES BACKDI11/02/20051A
21-ORDINANCE21-ONLY DIVIDES CANDIDATESDI09/23/20054A
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21-ORDINANCECANDIDATES DISAGREE ON 21-ONLYDI09/07/20052A
NUCLEAR WEAPONS FREE IOWA CITY ORDINANCEA COLD WAR MEMENTODI08/25/20051A
CORALVILLE-ENGINE BRAKE ORDINANCECORALVILLE PUTS BRAKES ON JAKE BRAKESDI08/24/20052A
21-0NLY ORDINANCEALCOHOL FORUM PROPOSES SPLIT BARSPC05/26/20053A
21 ORDINANCECOUNCIL TO DELAY ALCOHOL ACTIONPC05/17/20053A
UNDER-21 ORDINANCEALCOHOL BOARD OFFERS ALTERNATIVES TO 21-ONLYDI04/29/20051A
SIGN ORDINANCECITY RULE KEEPS BALLOONS OFF ROOFSPC12/09/20043A
UNDER-21 ORDINANCECOUNCIL SHELVES ALCOHOL ISSUEPC11/02/20043A
21-ONLY ORDINANCESTEPPING UP HEADS RIP CITY ON 21-ORDINANCEDI10/26/20041A
21-ONLY ORDINANCEAFTER PRESENTATION, COUNCIL SCRAPS 21-ORDINANCEDI10/19/2004 View1A
21-ONLY ORDINANCECANDIDATES DIFFER OVER JAIL SOLUTION, 21-ORDINANCEDI10/19/2004 View2A
21-ONLY ORDINANCECOUNCIL BACKS OFF 21-ONLYPC10/19/20041A
21-ONLY ORDINANCEALCOHOL BOARD UNVEILS PROPOSALPC10/15/20043A
21-ONLY ORDINANCECHAMPION THE HINGE VOTE FOR 21DI10/15/20041A
21-ONLY ORDINANCECOUNCIL GETTING NO MAIL ON 21-ORDINANCEDI10/12/20041A
21-ONLY ORDINANCEBAR OWNERS MEET TO SET UP RULESPC10/07/20042A
21-ONLY ORDINANCECITY COUNCIL DELAYS 21-ONLY TALKSPC10/05/20041A
21-ONLY ORDINANCEBAR OWNERS GIVEN 2 WEEKS TO CREATE A PLAN OR FACEDI10/05/20041A
21-ONLY ORDINANCEUISG READIES HOUSE-PARTY FILM FOR COUNCILDI10/04/20041A
21-ONLY ORDINANCE-AMES21-ONLY FOR 25 YEARSPC10/04/20041A
AMES-21-ONLY ORDINANCE21-ONLY FOR 25 YEARSPC10/04/20041A
21-ONLY ORDINANCEPACKED CITY HALL HEARS PRO-, ANTI-21-LAW VIEWSDI09/29/20041A
21-ONLY ORDINANCEALCOHOL TAKES CENTER STAGEPC09/29/20041A
21-ONLY ORDINANCESTUDENTS: 21-ONLY IS BAD IDEAPC09/28/20041A
21-ONLY ORDINANCECOUNCIL TO VISIT 21-ONLY AGAINDI09/28/20041A
21-ONLY ORDINANCEMANY RESIDENTS FAVOR 21-ONLY PLANPC09/27/20041A
21-ONLY ORDINANCEOPPOSITION TO 21-ONLY LAW GROWSPC09/25/20041A
21-ONLY ORDINANCEPOLICE WANT BAR AGE RAISED TO 21DI09/24/20041A
21-ONLY ORDINANCEDEATHSPC09/24/20041A
19-AND-OVER ORDINANCEDEATHSPC09/24/20041A
19-AND-OVER ORDINANCEUISG BACKS CONTINUATION OF 19-ORDINANCEDI09/15/2004 View2A
19-AND-OVER ORDINANCEMEETING SET TO EVALUATE 19-ONLY LAWPC09/03/20041A
NUISANCE ORDINANCENUISANCE ORDINANCE EFFECTIVEPC09/02/20043A
NUISANCE ORDINANCEREPEAT NUISANCE OFFENSES DOWNDI08/27/20041A
19-AND-OVER ORDINANCEMIXED BAG IN 19-ORDINANCE EFFECTSDI07/30/2004 View1A
SIGN ORDINANCEOFFICIALS THINK CITY SHOULD LIGHTEN UPPC07/30/20041A
19-AND-OVER ORDINANCEIOWA CITY MAKING SOME PROGRESS ON DRINKING, PANELDI07/27/20041A
19-AND-OVER ORDINANCEGROUP: ALCOHOL STILL A PROBLEMPC07/27/20043A
19-AND-OVER ORDINANCEPANEL: 19-ORDINANCE DIDN'T HELP MUCHDI07/23/2004 View2A
19-AND-OVER ORDINANCENO CONSENSUS ON 19-ONLY ORDINANCEPC07/23/20043A
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CORALVILLE-SOLICITING ORDINANCECORALVILLE MAY OUTLAW SOLICITING FROM DRIVERSPC04/27/20043A
PUBLIC-GATHERING ORDINANCECOUNCIL OKS CHANGES TO PROTECT FREE SPEECHDI04/07/2004 View1A
19-AND-OVER ORDINANCEMUCH ADO ABOUT BARD FESTDI03/22/20041A
ALCOHOL ORDINANCEMUCH ADO ABOUT BARD FESTDI03/22/20041A
ALCOHOL ORDINANCECOUNCIL OKS ALCOHOL IN PARKPC03/17/20043A
19-AND-OVER ORDINANCECOUNCIL OKS ALCOHOL IN PARKPC03/17/20043A
ALCOHOL ORDINANCECITY MAY EXEMPT THEATERPC03/16/20043A
19-AND-OVER ORDINANCECITY MAY EXEMPT THEATERPC03/16/20043A
ALCOHOL ORDINANCEFESTIVALS TO REMAIN FREE FROM ALCOHOLDI03/11/20041A
ALCOHOL ORDINANCECOUNCIL TO LET IOWA CITY OUTDOOR FESTS SELL ALCOHODI03/03/2004 View3A
ALCOHOL ORDINANCEANOTHER HICCUP IN ALCOHOL ORDINANCEPC03/03/20041A
ALCOHOL ORDINANCECOUNCIL TO CONSIDER BEER TENTSPC03/02/20041A
ALCOHOL ORDINANCECITY MAY ALLOW ALCOHOL AT DOWNTOWN FESTIVALSDI03/02/20042A
ALCOHOL IN PUBLIC PLACES ORDINANCEALCOHOL IN PARK CONCERNS SOMEPC02/24/20043A
19-AND-OVER ORDINANCE19-LAW UNDER SCRUTINYPC02/07/20041A
PROTEST ORDINANCECOUNCIL MOVES ON PUBLIC-GATHERING PERMITSDI02/04/2004 View1A
ALCOHOL IN PUBLIC PLACES ORDINANCECITY TO ALLOW ALCOHOL AT PARKPC02/03/20043A
ALCOHOL IN PUBLIC PLACES ORDINANCESHAKESPEARE FEST MAY GET WINE, BEERDI02/03/2004 View3A
ALCOHOL IN PUBLIC PLACES ORDINANCECITY CONSIDERS ALCOHOL IN PARKPC01/30/20043A
SMOKING ORDINANCELAWMAKERS TRY TO REVIVE CITIES' SMOKING BANSDI01/22/20041A
SMOKING ORDINANCECITY MAY REINSTATE SMOKING BANPC01/14/20041A
19-AND-OVER ORDINANCEDRYING UP THE MUSICDI10/23/20031C
19-AND-OVER ORDINANCEOFFICIALS: 19-ONLY TO AFFECT DRINKING CULTUREDI09/30/20032A
19-AND-OVER ORDINANCEBAR BUSINESS DROPS WITH MORE ARRESTSPC09/11/20031A
19-AND-OVER ORDINANCEUI TEENS SAY, LET THE PARTY BEGIN!DI09/03/2003 View1A
19-AND-OVER ORDINANCEPOLICE ARREST FEWER UNDERAGE DRINKERSPC08/25/20031A
ALCOHOL ORDINANCEEFFECTS OF LIQUOR LAW STILL BLURRYPC08/02/20031A
19-AND-OVER ORDINANCEEFFECTS OF LIQUOR LAW STILL BLURRYPC08/02/20031A
19-AND-OVER ORDINANCELAW BANS THOSE UNDER 19 FROM BARSPC08/01/20031A
19-AND-OVER ORDINANCE19-ONLY TO MISS BILLIARDS CLUBDI07/31/20031A
19-AND-OVER ORDINANCEBARS PREP FOR 19-ONLY ONSETDI07/16/2003 View1A
COUCH ORDINANCEAMES COUCH/PORCH BAN HAS LITTLE EFFECT ON ICDI07/16/20032A
19-AND-OVER ORDINANCEALCOHOL PANEL GETS STARTPC06/24/20033A
19-AND-OVER ORDINANCECITY TO ISSUE NOTICE OF ALCOHOL ORDINANCEPC06/20/20033A
19-AND-OVER ORDINANCEDRINKLESS IN IOWA CITYDI06/17/200345
SMOKING ORDINANCECITY SMOKING BAN NOT FORGOTTENDI06/13/20032A
NUISANCE ORDINANCENEW FEE MAY NOT AFFECT RENTERSDI06/11/20032A
SMOKING ORDINANCECOUNCIL SNUFFS OUT SMOKING BANDI06/11/20032A
19-AND-OVER ORDINANCEALCOHOL, BAR COMMITTEE PROPOSED TO DISCUSS LAWPC06/10/20033A
19-AND-OVER ORDINANCEGREEN PROPOSES CITY ALCOHOL PANELDI06/10/2003 View2A
NUISANCE ORDINANCECITY TARGETS NUISANCE TENANTSDI06/09/20032A
19-AND-OVER ORDINANCECITY LOOKS AT WAYS TO GAUGE 19-ONLY LAWPC06/06/20031A
NUISANCE ORDINANCECITY TIGHTENS NUISANCE RENTER RULESPC05/21/20033A
SMOKING ORDINANCECITY SMOKING BAN SNUBBED OUTPC05/21/20033A
19-AND-OVER ORDINANCECITY PLANS CUTS, COMMITTEESPC05/20/20033A
SMOKING ORDINANCEORDINANCE NOT DEADLY FOR RESTAURANTSPC05/19/20033
SMOKING ORDINANCESMOKE CLEARS AFTER BAN FALLSPC05/14/20031A
19-AND-UNDER ORDINANCE19-ONLY TO AFFECT HIGH-SCHOOL NIGHTLIFEDI05/08/20033A
SMOKING ORDINANCEIC LOSES RESTAURANT SMOKING BANDI05/08/20031A
SMOKING ORDINANCECOURT STRIKES DOWN AMES SMOKING BANPC05/08/20031A
NUISANCE ORDINANCECOUNCIL AGAIN OKS NUISANCE BILLDI05/07/20032A
19-AND-OVER ORDINANCEIT'S OFFICIAL - CITY GOES 19-ONLY FOR BARSDI05/07/20031A
19-AND-OVER ORDINANCECITY ADOPTS STATE'S FIRST 19-ONLY LAWPC05/07/20031A
19-AND-OVER ORDINANCE19-ONLY ROLLS CLOSER TO IOWA CITY REALITYDI05/06/20031A
19-AND-OVER ORDINANCEFINAL VOTE ON 19-ONLY TONIGHTPC05/06/20031A
19-AND-OVER ORDINANCECOUNCIL RUSHES 19-ONLY LAWPC05/02/20031A
19-AND-OVER ORDINANCECOUNCIL ACCELERATES 21-ONLY VOTEDI04/29/2003 View2A
19-AND-OVER ORDINANCEBAR OWNER WANTS SOLUTIONS FOR PROPOSED 19-ONLY LAWPC04/27/20031A
UNDER-21 ORDINANCEBAR OWNER WANTS SOLUTIONS FOR PROPOSED 19-ONLY LAWPC04/27/20031A
19-AND-OVER ORDINANCELEHMAN SAYS 19-ONLY SENDS BAD MESSAGEPC04/25/20031A
UNDER-21 ORDINANCELEHMAN SAYS 19-ONLY SENDS BAD MESSAGEPC04/25/20031A
UNDER-21 ORDINANCEDISSATIFIED 21 SUPPORTERS VOW TO FIGHTDI04/24/20031A
UNDER-21 ORDINANCE19-ONLY ALTERNATIVE DRAWS FIRE, PRAISEPC04/24/20031A
19-AND-OVER ORDINANCE19-ONLY ALTERNATIVE DRAWS FIRE, PRAISEPC04/24/20031A
UNDER-21 ORDINANCEEFFECTIVE LOBBYING SWAYED COUNCILORSDI04/24/20032A
UNDER-21 ORDINANCE19-ONLY TO HAVE SOME EFFECT, OWNERS PREDICTDI04/24/20031A
19-AND-OVER ORDINANCE19-ONLY TO HAVE SOME EFFECT, OWNERS PREDICTDI04/24/20031A
NUISSANCE ORDINANCECOUNCIL OKS NUISANCE ORDINANCEDI04/23/20033A
19-AND-UNDER ORDINANCECOUNCIL BACKS OFF 21-ONLYDI04/23/20031A
UNDER-21 ORDINANCECOUNCIL BACKS OFF 21-ONLYDI04/23/20031A
UNDER-21 ORDINANCESTUDENTS PROTEST 21-ONLYDI04/23/20031A
NUISANCE ORDINANCECITY NUISANCE ORDINANCE PASSES FIRST READINGPC04/23/20031A
UNDER-21 ORDINANCECITY SHELVES 21-ONLY LAWPC04/23/20031A
UNDER-21 ORDINANCE21-ONLY PLAYS WELL IN AMESDI04/22/20033A
UNDER-21 ORDINANCEUI STUDENTS WILL MARCH TO PROTEST 21-ONLY LAWPC04/22/20033A
UNDER-21 ORDINANCEBAR OWNERS TO COUNTER 21-ONLY LAWPC04/18/20031A
UNDER-21 ORDINANCECITY, CLUB OWNERS TALK ON 21-MEASUREDI04/18/20031A
UNDER-21 ORDINANCECITY, CLUB OWNERS TALK ON 21-MEASUREDI04/18/20031A
UNDER-21 ORDINANCECOUNCILORS REMAIN STAUNCHLY BEHIND 21-ONLY MEASUREDI04/17/20031A
UNDER-21 ORDINANCEUISG OPPOSES 21-ONLY LAWPC04/16/20033A
UNDER-21 ORDINANCEOFFICIAL: CEDAR FALLS DITCHED 21-ONLYDI04/15/20032A
STUDENTS AGAINST THE 21-ONLY ORDINANCEGROUP OPPOSES 21-ONLY ORDINANCEPC04/10/20031A
UNDER-21 ORDINANCEGROUP OPPOSES 21-ONLY ORDINANCEPC04/10/20031A
UNDER-21 ORDINANCEDESPITE OPPOSITION, 21-ONLY SAILSDI04/09/2003 View1A
UNDER-21 ORDINANCE21-ONLY LAW SURVIVES DEBATEPC04/09/20031A
UNDER-21 ORDINANCE21-ONLY LAW WOULD BRING $250 FINEPC04/08/20031A
NUISANCE ORDINANCECOUNCIL SUPPORTS NUISANCE CHANGESPC04/08/20033A
UNDER-21 ORDINANCE21-ONLY MAY EXEMPT BOWLING, POOL VENUESDI04/08/2003 View1A
UNDER-21 ORDINANCEPARTY ON REMAINS THE LOCAL CRYDI04/07/2003 View1A
NUISANCE ORDINANCECOUNCIL TO TALK ABOUT NUISSANCESPC04/07/20033A
NUISANCE ORDINANCEOFFICIALS TRY TO FINE-TUNE NUISANCE BILLDI04/04/2003 View2A
UNDER-21 ORDINANCECOUNCIL RECEIVES DRAFT OF 21-BILLDI04/04/2003 View1A
UNDER-21 ORDINANCEIOWA CITY'S 21-ONLY LAW TAKES SHAPEPC04/04/20031A
ALCOHOL ORDINANCEALCOHOL ARRESTS DOUBLE IN 2002PC03/27/20031A
SMOKING ORDINANCEDOWNTOWN RETAILERS PROPOSE TASK FORCEPC03/15/20031A
UNDER- 21 ORDINANCEDOWNTOWN RETAILERS PROPOSE TASK FORCEPC03/15/20031A
UNDER -21 ORDINANCESTUDENTS OPPOSE 21-ONLY PROPOSALPC03/13/20031A
UNDER-21 ORDINANCEANTI-21 LETTERS DELUGE COUNCILDI03/12/20031A
UNDER -21 ORDINANCEPOLL: RESIDENTS SUPPORT 21-ONLY MEASUREDI03/07/20031A
UNDER-21 ORDINANCESTUDY: 21-ORDINANCE FAVOREDPC03/07/20031A
SMOKING ORDINANCENO MORE SMOKING AT MICKY'S, MONDO'SDI03/05/20033A
SMOKING ORDINANCEI.C. FIXTURES GO SMOKE FREEPC03/04/20031A
SMOKING ORDINANCECITY SMOKING LAW MARKS 1 YEARPC03/01/20033A
UNDER-21 ORDINANCEOFFICIALS TO RECOMMEND TIF DISTRICTPC02/28/20034A
UNDER-21 ORDINANCE21-ONLY DRAFT COULD SHOW UP IN APRILDI02/28/20032A
NUISANCE ORDINANCECITY CONTINUES TO PURSUE STRICT NUISANCE MEASUREDI02/27/20031A
LANDLORD-TENANT ORDINANCELANDLORD ASSOCIATION DISLIKES BEHAVIOR AMENDMENTPC02/25/20033A
HOUSING ORDINANCECITY TARGETS RENTER VIOLATIONSPC01/06/20033A
ALCOHOL ORDINANCECITY MAY CLARIFY ALCOHOL RULESPC01/03/20033A
ALCOHOL ORDINANCEGEOGRAPHY CRUCIAL FOR PAULASDI10/31/20021A
ALCOHOL ORDINANCECITY'S ALCOHOL CHARGES DON'T STICKPC10/18/20023A
ALCOHOL ORDINANCEVINE HALTS ILLEGAL ALCOHOL SHIFTDI10/15/20022A
ALCOHOL ORDINANCECITY REVIEWS ALCOHOL ORDINANCEPC10/08/20021A
ALCOHOL ORDINANCEATTORNEY: CHANGE ALCOHOL WORDINGDI10/04/2002 View1A
ALCOHOL ORDINANCECOUNCIL REVIEWS ALCOHOL LAWPC10/04/20023A
ALCOHOL ORDINANCEVINE WILL LOSE LIQUOR LICENSE FOR 3 DAYSDI10/03/2002 View2A
SMOKING ORDINANCECITY'S SMOKING WAR FLARES AGAINDI09/25/20022A
ALCOHOL ORDINANCEFUTURE HAZY FOR SHERATON LICENSEDI09/16/20023A
ALCOHOL ORDINANCESHERATON STRUGGLES WITH SUSPENSIONPC09/14/20029A
ALCOHOL ORDINANCECITY COUNCIL MAY REVISE ALCOHOL ORDINANCEPC09/14/20029A
ALCOHOL ORDINANCESHERATON FACING A VERY DRY SEASONDI09/13/20021A
ALCOHOL ORDINANCEALCOHOL CITATIONS THREATEN SHERATONPC09/09/20021A
NUISANCE ORDINANCECOUNCIL READY TO MUTE LOUD PARTIESDI09/06/20023A
ALCOHOL ORDINANCECITY ATTORENY: TOUGHEN ALCOHOL LAWDI08/30/20021A
ALCOHOL ORDINANCEPOLICE SAY BAR STING OFFENDERS DECLININGDI07/23/20021A
ALCOHOL ORDINANCEALCOHOL ARRESTS CLIMBPC07/22/20021A
SENSITIVE AREAS ORDINANCECOUNCIL SUPPORTS APARTMENTSPC07/18/20023A
ALCOHOL ORDINANCEALCOHOL TRIAL DECISION DELAYEDPC07/18/20023A
ALCOHOL ORDINANCEQ BAR CASE RAISES NEW QUESTIONS ON ALCOHOL MEASUREDI07/18/20021A
ALCOHOL ORDINANCEALCOHOL ORDINANCE TRIAL STARTS TODAYPC07/17/20023A
ALCOHOL ORDINANCEPOLICE TO STEP UP PRESENCE IN FALLDI07/16/20021A
ALCOHOL ORDINANCECITY 0 FOR 2 IN ENFORCING ALCOHOL ORDINANCEDI07/16/20021A
SENSITIVE AREAS ORDINANCECOUNCIL QUESTIONS WETLANDS PROPOSALDI07/16/20021A
ALCOHOL ORDINANCELANGUAGE TRIPS UP CITY ON ALCOHOL LAWDI06/28/20021A
ORDINANCESCITY WILL DISCUSS PANEL'S PROPOSALDI06/28/20021A
NUISANCE ORDINANCESTUDENTS PROTEST THREATS TO BAN KEGS, COUCHESPC05/01/20021A
NUISANCE ORDINANCENUISANCE MEASURES DRAW SHARP CRITICISMDI05/01/20021A
NUISANCE ORDINANCEGROUP'S PROPOSALS ARE TOO FAR-FETCHED FOR SOME RESDI04/25/20021A
NUISANCE ORDINANCEPANEL READY TO FIGHT NUISANCEDI04/22/20021A
SMOKING ORDINANCECITY'S SMOKE-FREE LIST CHANGESPC03/09/20021A
SMOKING ORDINANCERESTAURANT\BARS AFFECTED BY IOWA CITY'S BANPC03/01/20024A
SMOKING ORDINANCERESTAURANT SMOKING RULES GO INTO EFFECTPC03/01/20021A
SMOKING ORDINANCERESTAURANTS TAKE ONE LAST DEEP BREATHDI03/01/2002 View1A
SMOKING ORDINANCE20 EATERIES SEEK EXEMPTIONS FROM I.C. SMOKING BANPC02/22/20021A
ALCOHOL ORDINANCEALCOHOL ARRESTS DOWNPC02/02/20021A
ALCOHOL ORDINANCEALCOHOL LAW: SIX MONTHS LATERPC02/01/20021A
SMOKING ORDINANCECOUNCIL SNUFFS SMOKING TALKDI01/23/2002 View2A
SMOKING ORDINANCECITY BALKS ON TOTAL SMOKING BANPC01/23/20021A
SMOKING ORDINANCETOTAL SMOKING BAN UNLIKELY, COUNCILORS SAYDI01/21/2002 View2A
SMOKING ORDINANCESMOKING BAN PASSESPC01/09/20021A
SMOKING ORDINANCESMOKING BAN NEARS APPROVALPC01/08/20021A
SMOKING ORDINANCESMOKING BAN PASSES 2ND HURDLEDI12/12/20011A
SMOKING ORDINANCESMOKING BAN PASSES 2ND VOTEPC12/12/20013A
SENSITIVE-AREAS ORDINANCECITY TO RETHINK SENSITIVE-AREA RULESPC12/11/20013A
SMOKING ORDINANCESMOKING BAN UP FOR SECOND VOTEPC12/11/20013A
SMOKING ORDINANCEDEVELOPER WANTS TOTAL SMOKING BANPC12/06/20013A
ZONING ORDINANCEIOWA CITY PANEL TO EVALUATE ORDINANCESDI12/06/20012A
SMOKING ORDINANCEBAN COULD SNARL PLANDI12/04/20011A
FARMSTEAD SPLIT ORDINANCEFARMSTEAD SPLIT GETS NEW LOOKPC11/29/20013A
SMOKING ORDINANCESMOKING BAN CLEARS FIRST HURDLEPC11/28/20011A
SMOKING ORDINANCEIN A DIVISIVE VOTE, SMOKING BAN PASSESDI11/28/20011A
SMOKING ORDINANCEWORKERS COOL TO SMOKING ORDINANCEDI11/27/20011A
SMOKING ORDINANCEMUSICIANS JOIN SMOKING DEBATEPC11/24/20013A
ALCOHOL ORDINANCEDTA CALLS FOR LIQUOR SLOWDOWNPC11/21/20013A
ALCOHOL ORDINANCETWO BARS FINED FOR VIOLATIONSPC11/20/20011A
ALCOHOL ORDINANCESBAR EMPLOYEES TO FIGHT NEW ALCOHOL-LAW CHARGESDI11/19/20011A
SMOKING ORDINANCEPLAN CUTS SMOKING OPTIONSPC11/15/20011A
SMOKING ORDINANCEEFFECTS OF THE 50-50 SMOKING BANPC11/15/20015A
NUISANCE ORDINANCESOME LOCALS SUPPORT NUISANCE ORDINANCEDI11/14/20011A
SMOKING ORDINANCECOUNCIL DELAYS SMOKING-BAN VOTEDI11/14/20012A
SMOKING ORDINANCEI.C. SMOKING BAN DELAYEDPC11/14/20011A
SMOKING ORDINANCECOUNCIL MIGHT CHANGE SMOKING BANPC11/13/20015A
SMOKING ORDINANCETWO SWITCH ON SMOKING BANDI11/13/20014A
SMOKING ORDINANCESMOKING BAN VOTE EXPECTED NEXT WEEKDI11/09/20011A
SMOKING ORDINANCESLEHMAN TO PROPOSE ALTERNATIVE ZONING FOR FAREWAYPC11/09/20011A
ALCOHOL ORDINANCECITY KEEPING FINGER ON PULSE OF DRINKINGDI10/23/2001 View1A
SMOKING ORDINANCECOUNCIL TO DRAFT SMOKING ORDINANCEDI10/17/20011A
SMOKING ORDINANCECOUNCIL SEEKS SMOKING-LAW INPUTPC10/15/20013A
NUISANCE ORDINANCECOUNCIL DEBATES NUISANCE SOLUTIONSPC10/09/20015A
NUISANCE ORDINANCENUISANCE PLAN RAISES QUESTIONSPC10/05/20013A
NUISANCE ORDINANCEGROUPS PUSH NUISANCE BILLDI10/05/20013A
NUISANCE ORDINANCERESIDENTS WANT UNBIASED CHAIRPC09/26/20014A
NUISANCE ORDINANCECOUNCIL CONSIDERS NUISANCE LAWDI09/25/20012A
SMOKING ORDINANCECOUNCIL SETS OCT. 16 SMOKING HEARINGPC09/12/20011A
SENSITIVE AREAS ORDINANCESTAFF DISAGREES ON WETLANDS ORDINANCEPC09/11/20013A
ALCOHOL ORDINANCEFRESHMEN SWELL TO TEST CITY'S NEW ALCOHOL ORDINANCDI08/28/2001 View2A
ALCOHOL ORDINANCENEW ALCOHOL RULES ON TAP TODAYPC08/01/20011A
ABANDONED/VACANT BUILDING ORDINANCECITY'S HOUSE MEASURE FLOPSDI07/26/20011A
ALCOHOL ORDINANCEIOWA CITY ALCOHOL LAW PASSES 4-3PC06/13/20011A
ALCOHOL ORDINANCEGREEN LIGHT LIKELY FOR ALCOHOL LAWDI06/08/20011A
ALCOHOL ORDINANCECOUNCIL GIVES ALCOHOL LAW ANOTHER GODI05/02/20011A
ALCOHOL ORDINANCESUPPORT FOR ALCOHOL PLAN ERODESPC05/02/20011A
ALCOHOL ORDINANCECOUNCIL TRIES NEW ALCOHOL LAWDI04/27/20011A
ALCOHOL ORDINANCECITY MIGHT REVISE ALCOHOL RULESPC04/27/20013A
ALCOHOL ORDINANCECOUNCIL DELAYS ALCOHOL CHANGESPC04/18/20011A
ALCOHOL ORDINANCEALCOHOL VOTE POSTPONED FOR REVISIONSDI04/18/20011A
ALCOHOL ORDINANCECOUNCIL TAKES 2 STEPS BACK ON ALCOHOLDI04/17/20011A
ALCOHOL ORDINANCECITY BACKS UP ON ALCOHOLPC04/17/20013A
CORALVILLE-SMOKING ORDINANCECORALVILLE CONSIDERS SMOKING ORDINANCEPC04/16/20013A
ALCOHOL ORDINANCEUI PRESIDENT SUPPORTS CITY ALCOHOL PROPOSALPC04/13/20011A
ALCOHOL ORDINANCE2 COUNCILORS SWITCH ON ALCOHOL LAWDI04/11/2001 View1A
ALCOHOL ORDINANCESANCTUARY OWNER SET TO SUE CITY OVER ORDINANCEPC04/10/20014A
ALCOHOL ORDINANCESUPPORT DWINDLES FOR CITY'S ALCOHOL PROPOSALPC04/10/20011A
ALCOHOL ORDINANCECITY: HAPPY HOUR'S OVERPC04/04/20011A
ALCOHOL ORDINANCEAS COUNCIL VOTES ON ALCOHOL, STUDENTS PROTESTDI04/04/20011A
ALCOHOL ORDINANCECOUNCIL APPROVES ORDINANCEDI04/04/20011A
ALCOHOL ORDINANCED-DAY FOR DRINK SPECIALSDI04/03/2001 ViewD-DAY FOR S1A
ALCOHOL ORDINANCECOUNCIL AMENDS ALCOHOL PLANPC04/03/20011A
ALCOHOL ORDINANCECITY COUNCIL RELENTS, ALLOWS 2-DRINK SALESDI04/03/2001 View1A
ALCOHOL ORDINANCESOME STUDENTS WORRY PARTY'S OVERDI04/03/2001 View1A
ALCOHOL ORDINANCEALCOHOL ORDINANCE VOTE LOOMS FOR CITYPC04/02/20011A
ALCOHOL ORDINANCEPROPOSAL WOULD BRING LOCAL CONTROL, STINGSPC04/02/20011A
ALCOHOL ORDINANCELAST CALLDI04/02/2001 View1A
ALCOHOL ORDINANCEIOWA CITY BARS BRACE FOR NEW ORDINANCEDI04/02/2001 View1A
ALCOHOL ORDINANCENOT A LILELY DRINKING OASISDI04/02/2001 View4A
VEHICLE STORAGE ORDINANCECITY MAY LIMIT VEHICLES ON PROPERTYDI03/30/20012A
ALCOHOL ORDINANCEDRINKING-ORDINANCE VOTING TO BEGIN IN APRILDI03/22/20012A
ALCOHOL ORDINANCEALCOHOL VOTE SET FOR APRIL 3PC03/20/20011A
ALCOHOL ORDINANCEAFTER NEW ORDINANCE, 21-BARS MAY BE NEXT STEPDI03/20/20011A
ALCOHOL ORDINANCECOUNCIL TO REVIEW ALCOHOL ORDINANCEPC03/16/20013A
ALCOHOL ORDINANCEBAR OWNERS MUST BE MADE LIABLEPC02/26/20019A
ALCOHOL ORDINANCECITY ALCOHOL DEBATE GOES ONPC02/21/20014A
ALCOHOL ORDINANCECOUNCIL TO HEAR ALCOHOL, ROUND 2DI02/20/20011A
ALCOHOL ORDINANCEUNDERAGE DRINKING GAINS STATE ATTENTIONDI02/16/20012A
ALCOHOL ORDINANCEBAR OWNERS SUPPORT BAN ON SPECIALS STATEWIDEPC02/16/20011A
ALCOHOL ORDINANCEDRINKING PROPOSALS COVER OTHER VIOLATIONSPC02/08/20013A
ALCOHOL ORDINANCECOUNCIL GETS AN EARFUL ON ALCOHOLDI02/07/20011A
ALCOHOL ORDINANCEALCOHOL RULES UNDER FIREPC02/07/20011A
ALCOHOL ORDINANCESALCOHOL DIVISION GIVES CITY FREE REIN ON ALCOHOLDI02/06/20012A
ALCOHOL ORDINANCECITY PADS ALCOHOL PROPOSALSPC01/26/20013A
ALCOHOL ORDINANCEBEEF STEWIC01/18/20014
ALCOHOL ORDINANCEDRINKING DEBATE RAGES ONDI01/17/20011A
ALCOHOL ORDINANCECITY COUNCIL UNVEILS ALCOHOL ORDINANCEDI01/16/20011A
CORALVILLE-YARD SIGN ORDINANCEYARD SIGN ORDINANCE MOVES AHEADPC09/13/20003A
HUMAN RIGHTS ORDINANCEI.C. CAN NOW INVESTIGATE HOUSING COMPLAINTSGA10/13/19991A
PARTY ORDINANCEBATTLE AGAINST ROWDY PARTIES HEATS UPDI12/07/1998 View1A
PARTY ORDINANCECITY INCREASES POLICE POWER OVER LOUD PARTIESDI12/02/1998 View1A
PARTY ORDINANCENEW LAW TOO DANGEROUS FOR IOWA CITYPC11/21/199813A
PARTY ORDINANCEMUCH ADO ABOUT NOISEDI11/10/1998 View7A
PARTY ORDINANCEUISG PLANS OPEN DEBATE ON PROPOSED PARTY ORDINDI11/09/1998 View1A
PARTY ORDINANCEMORE EFFORT NEEDED TO CURE WHAT AILS I.C.DI11/05/1998 View10A
PARTY ORDINANCEDISORDERLY HOUSE RULES GET FIRST OKPC11/04/19983A
PARTY ORDINANCECITY INCHES CLOSER TO PARTY ORDINANCEDI11/04/1998 View3A
PARTY ORDINANCESTUDENTS SNUB POLICE FORUMDI10/28/1998 View1A
PARTY ORDINANCEPARTY ORDINANCE PROMPTS DEBATEPC10/21/19983A
PARTY ORDINANCEGETTING TO THE BOTTOM OF IT ALLDI09/24/1998 View8A
PARTY ORDINANCEPARTIES FACE PERIL WITH ORDINANCEDI09/23/1998 View3A
PARTY ORDINANCECOUNCIL TO MULL OVER LOUD-PARTY ORDINANCEDI09/21/1998 View1A
PARTY ORDINANCECOUNCIL DEFERS ACTION ON NUISANCE PARTIESDI07/29/1998 View4A
CORALVILLE-UTILITY ORDINANCEUSWEST DECISION EXPECTED FRIDAYPC05/07/19983A
CORALVILLE-UTILITY ORDINANCEJUDGE TO RULE IN CORALVILLE PHONE-FEE BATTLEDI05/04/1998 View4A
CORALVILLE-UTILITY ORDINANCEUSWEST SERVES MALL--FOR NOWPC05/02/19983A
CORALVILLE-UTILITY ORDINANCEUS WEST, CORALVILLE BATTLE OVER FEESDI05/01/1998 View1A
CORALVILLE-UTILITY ORDINANCEUSWEST SUES CITYPC04/30/19981A
SENSITIVE AREAS ORDINANCE-JOHNSON COUNTYDOES JOHNSON COUNTY NEED A SENSITIVE AREAS ORDIC04/16/19984
KEG ORDINANCEAMES LAW APPEALS TO COUNCILDI04/08/1998 View1A
KEG ORDINANCECOUNCIL REFOCUSES PROPOSED KEG LAWDI04/07/1998 View1A
KEG ORDINANCECOUNCIL REFOCUSES ANTI-DRINKING EFFORTSPC04/07/19983A
KEG ORDINANCEKEG ORDINANCE ON TAPDI04/06/1998 View1A
PET ORDINANCEPETS NEED PERMIT TO WALK ON THE WILD SIDEDI07/21/1997 View1A
SIGN ORDINANCECOUNCIL DIMS CHANGE IN DOWNTOWN SIGNSPC07/16/19975A
SIGN ORDINANCELIGHTED SIGNS FAVOREDPC07/15/19977A
KEGGER ORDINANCEIOWA CITY MAY CONSIDER KEG-TAPPING LIMITSPC05/23/19971A
ANIMAL CONTROL ORDINANCECOUNCIL REVIEWS ANIMAL CONTROLPC05/06/19975A
SENSITIVE AREA ORDINANCECITY RULE MAY RAISE WATER PLANT COSTPC10/05/19961A
ANIMAL CONTROL ORDINANCECOUNCIL DELAYS DISCUSSION OF ANIMAL RULESPC09/10/19967A
SENSITIVE AREA ORDINANCESENSITIVE AREA PLAN DEBATE GOES ONPC08/07/19969A
DESIGN REVIEW ORDINANCEDESIGN POLICY ADVANCESPC07/17/19967A
DESIGN REVIEW ORDINANCENORTON VOTE MAY BE KEY TO DESIGN RULESPC07/16/19963A
DESIGN REVIEW ORDINANCECOULD A LITTLE ENTREPRENEURISM PROMOTE GOOD DEPC05/03/19969A
DESIGN REVIEW ORDINANCEDOWNTOWN DESIGN ORDINANCE ON HOLDPC04/24/19967A
LAWN-CARE ORDINANCESPEAKING OUT AGAINST PESTICIDESIC04/11/19962
DESIGN REVIEW ORDINANCEDESIGN REVIEW POSSIBLEPC04/06/19965A
SENSITIVE AREAS ORDINANCECITY FIRST VIOLATOR OF SENSITIVE AREAS ORDINANPC03/30/19969A
SIGN ORDINANCESTAPLES WANTS TO OPEN IOWA CITY STOREPC03/21/19968A
SENSITIVE AREAS ORDINANCETHE LAST TREES TO FALLIC02/01/19964
SIGN ORDINANCEARE THE CITY'S SIGN RULES TOO PROHIBITIVE?IC01/25/19966
SIGN ORDINANCEIOWA CITY SIGN ORDINANCE HAS COFFEE SHOP OWNERDI12/06/1995 View1A
SENSITIVE AREAS ORDINANCERULE MAY BREAK NEW GROUNDPC08/26/19951A
HUMAN RIGHTS ORDINANCECOUNCIL OKS BENEFITS FOR SAME-SEX COUPLESDI10/14/1994 View1A
TREE ORDINANCETREE ORDINANCE WITHERSPC09/01/19941A
PARK ORDINANCEPANEL OKS PARK ORDINANCEPC08/11/19941B
OPEN SPACE ORDINANCEPANEL OKS PARK ORDINANCEPC08/11/19941B
TREE ORDINANCEMEMO PUSHES TREE PLANPC07/28/19941A
TREE ORDINANCECOUNCIL MULLS ALTERNATIVE TO TREE ORDINANCEPC07/20/19941A
TREE ORDINANCEWOODLANDS RULE STILL ROLLINGPC07/12/19941B
TREE ORDINANCEDEVELOPERS BLAST TREE PLANPC06/22/19941B
SIGN ORDINANCERESTAURANT SIGN --OR AWNING --SIGNALS CONTROVEPC06/21/19941B
TREE ORDINANCETREE ORDINANCE REVISEDPC05/23/19941B
TREE ORDINANCETREES ARE MORE THAN MERE LAWN ORNAMENTSPC04/21/19949A
TREE ORDINANCECITY CONSIDERING PRESERVATION AREAPC04/08/19945B
TREE ORDINANCETREE ORDINANCE DEBATEDPC04/08/19941B
TREE ORDINANCEHOMEOWNERS MAY BE LEFT OUT OF TREE ORDINANCEPC04/05/19941B
LIVESTOCK ORDINANCESUPERVISORS STRETCH COUNTY LIVESTOCK ORDINANCEPC04/01/19941B
TREE PRESERVATION ORDINANCETREE PRESERVATION PROPOSALPC03/17/19944A
TREE PRESERVATION ORDINANCEWITH SPRING COMES DEBATE ON TREE PRESERVATIONPC03/17/19944A
LAWN CHEMICAL ORDINANCECOUNCIL OFFICIALLY REPEALS PESTICIDE SIGN ORDIPC03/02/19941A
LAWN CHEMICAL ORDINANCECOUNCIL THROWS IN TOWEL ON PESTICIDE RULEPC02/15/19941B
LAWN CHEMICAL ORDINANCEI.C. CITY COUNCIL RETRACTS PESTICIDE SIGN ORDIDI02/15/1994 View4A
LAWN CHEMICAL ORDINANCECITY COULD CHALLENGE LAWPC02/10/19941B
LAWN CHEMICAL ORDINANCENEW LAW PROHIBITS CITIES FROM REGULATING PESTIPC02/02/19941A
LAWN CHEMICAL ORDINANCECOUNCIL WAITING ON HOMEOWNER PESTICIDE ORDINANPC02/01/19943B
LAWN CHEMICAL ORDINANCESPRAYING A FEW WEEDS WON'T REQUIRE WARNING, GEPC01/29/19943B
LAWN CARE ORDINANCEPESTICIDE RULE NOT DEAD YETPC01/29/19941B
LAWN CHEMICAL ORDINANCEIOWA HOPUSE SUPERSEDES LOCAL PESTICIDE LAWDI01/21/1994 View4A
LAWN CHEMICAL ORDINANCECITY COUNCIL CONCEDES LAWN CHEMICAL FIGHTPC01/21/19941B
LAWN CHEMICAL ORDINANCELAWN CHEMICAL ORDINANCE PASSESDI01/20/1994 View4A
LAWN CHEMICAL ORDINANCEBUSINESSES OPPOSE LOCAL ORDINANCEPC01/20/19949A
LAWN CHEMICAL ORDINANCELAWMAKERS OVERRULE LOCAL PESTICIDE PLANPC01/20/19941A
LAWN CHEMICAL ORDINANCELAWMAKERS MAY RETRACT CITY PESTICIDE ORDINANCEPC01/19/19941A
LAWN CHEMICAL ORDINANCECITY ACTING SILLY OVER LAWN ORDINANCEPC01/15/199415A
LAWN CHEMICAL ORDINANCEHOMEOWNERS NEXT TARGETPC01/14/19941A
LAWN CHEMICAL ORDINANCELAWN ORDINANCE PASSESPC01/05/19941A
LAWN CHEMICAL ORDINANCECOUNCIL TO VOTE AGAIN ON PESTICIDE PROPOSALPC12/31/19931C
LAWN CHEMICAL ORDINANCEUI GROUP FIGHTS PESTICIDESPC12/28/19931A
LAWN CHEMICAL ORDINANCECITY TO SET PUBLIC HEARING ON PESTICIDE RULESPC12/08/19931A
LAWN CHEMICAL ORDINANCECOUNCIL RUSHES TO IMPLEMENT PESTICIDE ORDINANEDI12/08/1993 View3A
LAWN CHEMICAL ORDINANCESTATE MAY OVERRIDE CITY TRY AT PESTICIDE RULESPC12/04/19931A
LAWN CHEMICAL ORDINANCELAWN CHEMICAL DEBATE BACK BEFORE COUNCILPC11/26/19931A
FLOOD PLAIN ORDINANCEBUILDING IN FLOOD PLAIN RISKYPC10/06/19931A
FLOOD PLAIN ORDINANCENORMANDY FLOODING FORETOLDPC10/05/19931A
FLOOD PLAIN ORDINANCERISK OF LIVING IN FLOOD PLAIN ACCEPTABLE TO MAPC10/05/19934A
FLOOD PLAIN ORDINANCEMISMARKED PERMITS JEOPARDIZE BUILDINGSPC10/04/19936A
FLOOD PLAIN ORDINANCEDAMAGE CONTROLPC10/04/19931A
NOISE ORDINANCEORDINANCE FIRES MUSICAL SALVOPC08/14/19931C
NOISE ORDINANCEBATTLE OF THE BANDSIC04/22/199312
LAWN CHEMICAL ORDINANCEADVOCATES LOBBY TO STOP STATEPC03/24/19931A
LAWN CHEMICAL ORDINANCECITY, STATE AT ODDS OVER PESTICIDEDI02/26/1993 View4A
LAWN CHEMICAL ORDINANCEPESTICIDE LAW NIXEDPC01/15/19931A
LAWN CHEMICAL ORDINANCECOUNCIL GIVES OK TO PESTICIDE ORDINANCEPC01/13/19931A
LAWN CHEMICAL ORDINANCEPESTICIDE ORDINANCE FACES VOTEPC01/09/19931C
LAWN CHEMICAL ORDINANCECOUNCIL SHOULD TAKE THE LEAD ON ORDINANCE, LARPC01/06/19931A
LAWN CHEMICAL ORDINANCEGROUP SEEKS VOTE ON PESTICIDESPC11/21/19921B
LAWN CHEMICAL ORDINANCEIF THERE MUST BE AN ORDINANCE, MAKE IT FAIRPC10/16/19924B
LAWN CHEMICAL ORDINANCECOUNCIL OKS PLANS FOR CITY SUBDIVISIONSPC10/14/19923B
LAWN CHEMICAL ORDINANCECOUNCIL LOOKS FOR A SIGNPC10/13/19921A
LAWN CHEMICAL ORDINANCEPROPOSED CHEMICAL ORDINANCE STRIKES EMOTIONALPC10/10/19921A
LAWN CHEMICAL ORDINANCECOUNCIL HEARS DEBATE ON PESTICIDE ORDINANCEPC09/30/19921B
LAWN CHEMICAL ORDINANCESPRAYING OF PESTICIDES CONCERNS IC RESIDENTSDI09/30/1992 View3A
LAWN CHEMICALS ORDINANCECOUNCIL HEARS PROBLEMS OF POLICING PESTICIDESPC09/29/19921A
LAWN CHEMICAL ORDINANCEBOARD REVIEWS PESTICIDE LAWPC09/24/19921C
LAWN CHEMICAL ORDINANCECITY AMENDS DRAFT OF LAWN CHEMICAL ORDINANCEPC09/17/19921A
LAWN CARE ORDINANCELAWN APPLICATORS WILL HOLD FORUM WEDNESDAY ONPC07/02/19922A
LAWN CHEMICAL ORDINANCEUI FACULTY, STUDENTS REVISE LAWN CHEMICAL ORDIPC07/02/19921A
LAWN CARE ORDINANCEMISTAKEN SPRAYING FUELS DEBATE OVER PROPOSED OPC07/02/19921A
LAWN CHEMICAL ORDINANCECHEMICAL ORDINANCE ATTACKEDPC05/25/19921A
BURNING ORDINANCEORDINANCE PROHIBITS MOST OUTDOOR BURNINGDI04/23/1992 View3A
SMOKING ORDINANCEIC CITY COUNCIL PASSES NEW SMOKING ORDINANCEDI03/31/1992 View5A
SMOKING ORDINANCECITY PUSHES ENFORCEMENT OF TOBACCO LAWPC03/17/19921B
PICKETING ORDINANCEPROTESTER SKIPS TRIAL, FOUND IN CONTEMPTPC11/08/1991P.1B,C.1
PROTESTER ORDINANCEPROSECUTING PROTESTERS TO BE EASIERPC09/19/1991P.1A,C.4
SMOKING ORDINANCELAW SNUFFS OUT CITY EFFORTPC06/06/1991P.1A,C.1
SMOKING ORDINANCECOUNCIL VOTES ON TOBACCO SALES, BRIDGEDI01/22/1991 ViewP.4A,C.1
CIGARETTE ORDINANCECITY COUNCIL DECIDES TODAY ON NEW LAWS FOR SMOKE SALESPC01/22/1991P.1B,C.1
CIGARETTE ORDINANCEVENDORS OPPOSE CIGARETTE ORDINANCEPC01/21/1991P.1B,C.6
BICYCLE ORDINANCESCITY BICYCLE ORDINANCES AMBUSH UNSUSPECTING WHEELEDDI09/25/1990 ViewP.1A,C.2
GRADING ORDINANCEGRADING ORDINANCE DISCUSSEDDI08/22/1990 ViewP.4A,C.1
SLOPE ORDINANCESLOPE ORDINANCE DRAWS FLAKPC08/07/1990P.1B,C.2
PICKETING ORDINANCEANTI-ABORTIONISTS DISPUTS IC PICKETING ORDINANCEDI07/03/1990 ViewP.3A,C.1
SOLID WASTE ORDINANCECITY'S SOLID WASTE ORDINANCE UNFAIR, 3 COUNCIL MEMBERSPC05/01/1990P.1B,C.4
SOLID WASTE ORDINANCECITY MAY TIGHTEN RULES FOR JUNKYARD DEALERSPC04/26/1990P.1B,C.2
CORALVILLE-TRAPPING ORDINANCETRAPPERS OFFER TO HELP WITH CITY ORDINANCEPC02/28/1990P.1B,C.2
CORALVILLE-ANIMAL CONTROL ORDINANCECORALVILLE COUNCIL OKS ORDINANCE FOR ANIMAL CONTROLPC01/24/1990P.1B,C.6
CORALVILLE-SIGN ORDINANCECORALVILLE COUNCIL AMENDS PROPOSED SIGN ORDINANCEPC11/29/1989P.1B,C.5
WEED ORDINANCEWEED ORDINANCE GOES YEAR 'ROUNDPC05/31/1989P.1B,C.1
WEED CONTROL ORDINANCEORDINANCE GOES INTO EFFECTDI06/15/1988 ViewP.2,C.1
ZONING ORDINANCENEW ZONING EASES HOUSING DIFFICULTIES FACED BY ELDERLYPC12/28/1987P.3A,C.4
UTILITIES ORDINANCECOUNCIL ACTS TO CHANGE UTILITY BILLINGPC12/02/1987P.3A,C.1
BANNER ORDINANCEBANNER ORDINANCE SQUELCHES SORORITIESDI08/24/1987 ViewP.5A,C.1
BANNER ORDINANCECITY ENFORCES BANNER FEES, FINESPC08/21/1987P.3A,C.2
ANIMAL ORDINANCESANIMAL ORDINANCE GIVES COUNTY HEADACHEPC08/19/1987P.3A,C.2
ANIMAL ORDINANCESANIMAL ORDINANCES DIFFER WIDELYPC08/05/1987P.3A,C.2
ANIMAL ORDINANCESBOARD WILL VOTE ON DANGEROUS PET ORDINANCEDI07/08/1987 ViewP.3A,C.2
WEED CONTROL ORDINANCEHOMEOWNERS WARNED ABOUT WEED, GRASS CONTROLSPC06/07/1986P.2A,C.2
JUNK CAR ORDINANCECOUNCIL HAS SECOND THOUGHTS ON RECENTLY-ENACTED JUNK CAR CONPC07/31/1985P.2A,C.1
ZONING ORDINANCEZONING ORDINANCEPC06/14/1985P.16B,C.5
ZONING ORDINANCEIT'S FINAL: CITY HAS NEW ZONING ORDINANCEPC06/05/1985P.2A,C.1
NOISE ORDINANCE46 RESIDENTS SEEK REVIVAL OF COURT-REJECTED NOISE LIMITSPC05/09/1985P.2A,C.3
ZONING ORDINANCECOUNCIL ACTS TO SUPPORT CHANGE IN ZONING ORDINANCEPC05/07/1985P.2A,C.4
ZONING ORDINANCECOUNCIL, P&Z SPLIT ON ZONING ORDINANCEPC04/23/1985P.2A,C.1
ZONING ORDINANCECITY POISED TO READOPT ZONING LAWPC01/10/1985P.1A,C.1
NOISE ORDINANCEJUDGE STRIKES DOWN NOISE ORDINANCEPC11/14/1984P.1A,C.1
NOISE ORDINANCECITY ADVISED NOT TO LIMIT BUG ZAPPERSPC08/18/1984P.2A,C.1
NOISE ORDINANCETHE NEWS ON NOISEPC08/14/1984P.1A,C.1
HUMAN RIGHTS ORDINANCECOUNCIL OKS 1ST READING OF CHANGES IN CITY'S HUMAN RIGHTS ORPC04/25/1984P.3A,C.3
HUMAN RIGHTS ORDINANCECOUNCIL CLEARS RIGHTS COMPROMISEPC04/24/1984P.1A,C.1
HUMAN RIGHTS ORDINANCECOMMITTEE SPLITS ON HOUSING RIGHTS LAWPC04/11/1984P.1A,C.6
HUMAN RIGHTS ORDINANCEREPORT ON TENANT-LANDLORD ISSUE DUE IN 1 MONTHPC03/21/1984P.2A,C.1
HUMAN RIGHTS ORDINANCEAPARTMENT OWNERS QUESTION NEED FOR MORE RULES ON DISCRIMINATPC03/01/1984P.1A,C.1
ORDINANCESBUILDING CODEPC02/08/1984P.5B,C.3
ZONING ORDINANCEEW ZONING ORDINANCE PUBLISHED TODAYPC12/30/1983P.2A,C.1
ZONING ORDINANCENEW CITY ZONING ORDINANCE GETS FINAL APPROVALPC12/21/1983P.1A,C.1
ZONING ORDINANCECITY EXPECTED TO APPROVE ZONING ORDINANCEPC12/20/1983P.2A,C.3
ZONING ORDINANCECOUNCIL SAYS 'NO' TO BIGGER BUSINESS ZONEPC11/10/1983P.2A,C.1
ZONING ORDINANCE11TH-HOUR ZONING LAW PROTESTSPC10/26/1983P.2A,C.3
ZONING ORDINANCEHOMEBUILDERS DROP FIGHT AGAINST NEW ZONING LAWPC10/18/1983P.1A,C.1
ZONING ORDINANCECITY ATTORNEY BLAMES OVERSIGHT: MORATORIUM NOT IMPOSED CITYWPC10/03/1983P.2A,C.3
ZONING ORDINANCECOUNCIL REJECTS BUILDING MORATORIUMPC09/27/1983P.1A,C.1
RIGHT-TO-FARM ORDINANCESUPERVISORS MOVE AHEAD ON RIGHT-TO-FARMPC08/27/1983P.2A,C.1
ZONING ORDINANCEDESPITE REVISIONS, PROPOSED ZONING ORDINANCE HAS CRITICSPC08/25/1983P.2A,C.1
BICYCLE ORDINANCECITY AGREES TO REPEAL BICYCLE LAWPC07/12/1983P.2A,C.1
BICYCLE ORDINANCEPOLICE CHIEF URGES REPEAL CITY BICYCLE ORDINANCEPC07/11/1983P.2A,C.1
RIGHT-TO-FARM ORDINANCERIGHT TO FARM ORDINANCE WOULD MAKE CLEAR COUNTY'S COMMITMENTPC06/30/1983P.3A,C.3
ZONING ORDINANCECONTRACTORS: AMEND ZONING LAW INSTEAD OF PASSING NEW ONEPC06/01/1983P.1A,C.5
ZONING ORDINANCECOUNCIL DELAYS PLANS TO APPROVE NEW ZONING LAWPC05/04/1983P.2A,C.1
ZONING ORDINANCENEW ZONING LAW CALLED UNWORKABLE AND UNINTELLIGIBLEPC04/22/1983P.1A,C.1
ZONING ORDINANCEHOMEBUILDERS CHALLENGE ZONING LAWPC04/21/1983P.1A,C.1
ZONING ORDINANCEAN OVERHAUL FOR IOWA CITY ZONINGPC04/06/1983P.1A,C.1
NOISE ORDINANCELOCAL DAIRY VINDICATED, BUT SUIT CHALLENGING LAW STILL STANDPC11/27/1982P.1A,C.6
NOISE ORDINANCEIS IOWA CITY'S NOISE ORDINANCE WORKING?PC11/27/1982P.1A,C.3
MASSAGE PARLOR ORDINANCEMASSAGE PARLOR ORDINANCE DRAFTEDPC10/27/1982P.1A,C.1
NOISE ORDINANCECOUNCIL MUFFLES REQUEST FOR HOMECOMING 'HONK'PC09/15/1982P.2A,C.1
ZONING ORDINANCECOUNCIL BEGINS DEBATE ON NEW ZONING ORDINANCEPC09/08/1982P.2A,C.1
NOISE ORDINANCETAKE IT EASY WHEN YOU HONK THOSE FIGHT SONGS, COUNCIL SAYSPC09/01/1982P.1A,C.5
NOISE ORDINANCE'ON IOWA' IS MUSIC TO COUNCIL'S EARSPC08/31/1982P.1A,C.5
NOISE ORDINANCEMAKING THE NOISE RULES WORK--EDITORIALPC06/25/1982P.4A,C.1
NOISE ORDINANCELESS NOISE?PC06/23/1982P.1A,C.3
NOISE ORDINANCEPROPOSED NOISE LAW WOULD EXEMPT UI BANDPC06/22/1982P.1A,C.2
NOISE ORDINANCEOF NOISE, BICYCLES AND UTILITIESPC06/08/1982P.2A,C.3
NOISE ORDINANCENOISE LAW DRAWS CRITICISMPC05/25/1982P.1A,C.3
NOISE ORDINANCEWHY WE DON'T REALLY NEED A NOISE ORDINANCEPC05/20/1982P.4A,C.1
NOISE ORDINANCETHE NOISE LAW DEBATE: FREEDOM VS. INTERVENTIONPC05/12/1982P.2A,C.3
NOISE ORDINANCECITY TAKES AIM AT NOISY PRANKSTERSPC04/14/1982P.1A,C.3
NOISE ORDINANCENOISE ORDINANCE DRAFT LAUDEDPC01/05/1982P.1A,C.1
NOISE ORDINANCECOUNCIL FAVORS NOISE ORDINANCEPC09/19/1981P.2A,C.1
NOISE ORDINANCEIOWA CITY NEEDS A NOISE ORDINANCEPC09/02/1981P.4A,C.1
NOISE ORDINANCENOISY WEEKEND: 51 COMPLAINTS ABOUT PARTIESPC08/31/1981P.1A,C.5
NOISE ORDINANCEUI GREEK HOUSES WARNEDPC08/29/1981P.1A,C.4
NOISE ORDINANCECAN A NOISE ORDINANCE RESTORE CIVILITY?PC08/27/1981P.4A,C.1
NOISE ORDINANCECOUNCIL HEDGES ON NOISE CONTROLPC08/26/1981P.2A,C.3
NOISE ORDINANCENOISE IS UNBEARABLE - COUNCIL ACTION URGEDPC08/24/1981P.1A,C.4
WEED ORDINANCECITY TO STALK OVERSIZED STALKS MONDAYPC06/13/1981P.2A,C.3
MOBILE HOME ORDINANCEPLEA REVIEWED FOR COUNTY MOBILE HOME ORDINANCEPC05/07/1981P.2A,C.1
ZONING ORDINANCENEW ZONING ORDINANCE MAY BE A YEAR OR MORE AWAYPC03/16/1981P.2A,C.1
ANIMAL CONTROL ORDINANCEPET OWNERS HOWL AT CITYPC02/26/1981P.1A,C.2
SNOW EMERGENCY ORDINANCESNOW EMERGENCY LAW; HOW WOULD IT WORK?PC11/28/1979P.1A,C.1
HUMAN RIGHTS ORDINANCECITY REVISES RIGHTS ORDINANCEPC04/11/1979P.7A,C.1
HUMAN RIGHTS ORDINANCECOUNCIL TO VOTE ON RIGHTS REVISIONSPC04/09/1979P.2A,C.3
HUMAN RIGHTS ORDINANCEDISCRIMINATION IN IOWA CITY? HOPEFULLY NOTPC04/07/1979P.1A,C.1
HUMAN RIGHTS ORDINANCEBIAS VICTIMS MAY GET MONEY FOR DAMAGEPC01/22/1979P.5A,C.1
BAR ORDINANCEBAR ORDINANCE REVIEW ORDEREDPC12/20/1978P.7A,C.1
BAR ORDINANCECOUNCIL TO CONSIDER CABLE TV FRANCHISEPC12/18/1978P.2A,C.1
BAR ORDINANCEAMENDED BAR ORDINANCE OK'DPC12/13/1978P.9A,C.1
BAR ORDINANCEJAIL SITE, BAR RULE ON COUNCIL AGENDAPC12/11/1978P.2A,C.2
BAR ORDINANCECOUNCIL OKAYS BAR ORDINANCEPC12/06/1978P.7A,C.1
BAR ORDINANCECITY COUNCIL TO CONSIDER ORDINANCE TO REGULATE BARSPC12/05/1978P.2A,C.2
ADULT BUSINESS ORDINANCECITY COUNCIL ENACTS 'ADULT BUSINESS' ORDINANCEPC10/04/1978P.8A,C.1
BAR ORDINANCECOUNCIL MAY HALT SECOND-FLOOR BARSPC10/03/1978P.2A,C.3
ADULT BUSINESS ORDINANCELOOPHOLE PLUGGED IN NUDE DANCING LAWPC09/20/1978P.2A,C.5
BAR ORDINANCELOOPHOLE PLUGGED IN NUDE DANCING LAWPC09/20/1978P.2A,C.5
DOGS-CORALVILLE-ORDINANCECORALVILLE MAYOR WARNS DOG OWNERSPC03/17/1978P.9A,C.2
LANDLORD-TENANT ORDINANCECOUNCIL FACES DECISION ON NEW HOUSING CODEPC11/23/1977P.3A,C.5
LANDLORD-TENANT ORDINANCETENANT-LANDLORD CODE:NOPC11/09/1977P.1A,C.3
LANDLORD-TENANT ORDINANCECOUNCIL SEATS, TENANT-LANDLORD ORDINANCE ON BALLOTPC11/07/1977P.1A,C.1
LANDLORD-TENANT ORDINANCEGROUP FORMS TO OPPOSE TENANT-LANDLORD LAWPC10/28/1977P.1A,C.3
LANDLORD-TENANT ORDINANCELANDLORD-TENANT ORDINANCE DEBATEDPC10/27/1977P.1C,C.1
LANDLORD-TENANT ORDINANCETENANT-LANDLORD ORDINANCE-HERE'S WHAT IT SAYSPC10/27/1977P.1A,C.1
STORM WATER ORDINANCESTORM WATER LAW REPEAL FAILSPC10/26/1977P.1A,C.1
STORM WATER ORDINANCEVERBAL FRACAS ERUPTS OVER LAW REPEALPC10/25/1977P.1A,C.1
STORM WATER MANAGEMENT ORDINANCECOUNCIL MOVE TO REPEAL STORM WATER LAW CITICIZEDPC10/22/1977P.1A,C.1
LANDLORD-TENANT ORDINANCEUI STUDENT GROUP BACKS RENTAL CODEPC10/20/1977P.5A,C.1
LANDLORD-TENANT ORDINANCEROOMING HOUSE PROVISION OF HOUSING CODE CRITICIZEDPC10/19/1977P.2A,C.1
LANDLORD-TENANT ORDINANCETENANT CODE GOES TO VOTERSPC09/28/1977P.1A,C.1
LANDLORD-TENANT ORDINANCEFIX SOUGHT FOR RENTAL CODE FLAWPC09/24/1977P.1A,C.1
LANDLORD-TENANT ORDINANCEHAYEK OPINION ON CODE DISPUTEDPC09/23/1977P.1A,C.2
LANDLORD-TENANT ORDINANCELANDLORDS UNITE TO FIGHT PROPOSED RENTAL CODEPC09/22/1977P.1A,C.5
LANDLORD-TENANT ORDINANCEHAYEK SAYS RENTAL CODE MAY NOT PASS COURT TESTPC09/21/1977P.1A,C.1
LANDLORD-TENANT ORDINANCELEGISLATORS HEAR LAW PROFESSOR TESTIFY IOWA LAW FAVORS LANDLPC09/16/1977P.2A,C.1
LANDLORD-TENANT ORDINANCECOUNCIL HEARS PUBLIC ON TENANT-LANDLORD ORDINANCEPC09/14/1977P.5A,C.1
TENANT-LANDLORD ORDINANCEPOLICE ADVISED:DON'T ARREST CANVASSERSPC09/09/1977P.1A,C.3
TENANT-LANDLORD ORDINANCERENT CODE ENFORCEMENT SEEN COSTING $74,000PC09/06/1977P.1A,C.4
TENANT-LANDLORD ORDINANCECOUNCIL TO AMEND INITIATIVE PROCEDUREPC08/31/1977P.3A,C.5
LANDLORD-TENANT ORDINANCELEGISLATORS SET HEARING ON LANDLORD-TENANT LAWPC08/20/1977P.1A,C.4
LANDLORD-TENANT ORDINANCECITY ACTS TO CLEAR SNAG ON RENT CODE VOTEPC08/20/1977P.1A,C.1
TENANT-LANDLORD ORDINANCECOUNCIL SETS HEARING ON RENTAL ORDINANCEPC08/17/1977P.3A,C.5
TENANT-LANDLORD ORDINANCETENANT-LANDLORD PETITION VALIDPC08/11/1977P.2A,C.3
TENANT-LANDLORD ORDINANCERENTAL INITIATIVE PETITIONS FILEDPC07/22/1977P.1A,C.1
TENANT-LANDLORD ORDINANCERENTAL INITIATIVE FILING DEADLINE HEREPC07/21/1977P.1A,C.3
TENANT-LANDLORD ORDINANCEPETITION DISPUTE RESULTS IN ARRESTPC07/21/1977P.1A,C.3
BICYCLE ORDINANCEPOLICE ENFORCE BIKE LAWPC07/13/1977P.1A,C.1
TAXICAB ORDINANCECAB DRIVERS STAGE PROTEST, STRIKEPC06/29/1977P.1A,C.3
ANIMAL CONTROL ORDINANCESCAT ISSUE DRAWS DEBATEPC05/03/1977P.3A,C.4
HUMAN RIGHTS ORDINANCECOUNCIL OKAYS RIGHTS LAWPC04/20/1977P.3A,C.5
TAXI ORDINANCECOUNCIL REVIEWS TAXI ORDINANCEPC04/19/1977P.2A,C.2
HUMAN RIGHTS ORDINANCECOUNCIL TO ACT ON RIGHTS LAWPC04/18/1977P.3A,C.5
FLOOD PLAIN ORDINANCELITTLE ZONING CONTROVERSY SEENPC04/09/1977P.8A,C.3
HUMAN RIGHTS ORDINANCERIGHTS LAW PASSES FIRST TESTPC03/30/1977P.3A,C.2
HUMAN RIGHTS ORDINANCECOUNCIL TO CONSIDER HUMAN RIGHTS ORDINANCEPC03/28/1977P.2A,C.2
HUMAN RIGHTS ORDINANCEPROTECTION FOR HOMOSEXUALS CHANGEDPC03/22/1977P.1A,C.2
HUMAN RIGHTS ORDINANCERIGHTS ORDINANCE APPROVAL URGEDPC03/16/1977P.1A,C.3
CAMPAIGN FINANCE ORDINANCECAMPAIGN ORDINANCE AMENDMENTS ADOPTEDPC03/16/1977P.3A,C.5
HUMAN RIGHTS ORDINANCERIGHTS LAW HEARING TUESDAYPC03/14/1977P.1A,C.1
CAMPAIGN FINANCE ORDINANCECITY TO REVIEW CAMPAIGN FUNDINGPC02/21/1977P.7A,C.3
MOBILE HOME ORDINANCEMOBILE HOME ORDINANCE ADOPTED BY CITY COUNCILPC12/22/1976P.3A,C.5
MOBILE HOME ORDINANCEMOBILE HOME ORDINANCE ADOPTED BY CITY COUNCILPC12/22/1976P.3A,C.5
HUMAN RELATIONS ORDINANCEHUMAN RELATIONS ORDINANCE REVISEDPC12/21/1976P.2A,C.2
ORDINANCECOUNTY MAY VOTE NEXT WEEK ON PROPOSED SUBDIVISION LAWPC12/03/1976P.11A,C.1
ORDINANCESRULING MAY INVALIDATE CITY LAWPC11/05/1976P.1A,C.1
TREE PLANTING ORDINANCECOUNCIL DROPS TREE ORDINANCEPC11/03/1976P.3A,C.5
TREE PLANTING ORDINANCETREE ORDINANCE CHANGE OKAYEDPC10/20/1976P.1A,C.1
TREE PLANTING ORDINANCETREE ORIDINANCE CHANGE SOUGHTPC10/18/1976P.1A,C.3
TREE PLANTING ORDINANCESELZER CRITICIZES COSTS IN TREE PLANTING PROGRAMPC10/13/1976P.2A,C.1
TOWING ORDINANCETOWING ORDINANCE OK'DPC10/13/1976P.3A,C.4
TOWING ORDINANCECOUNCIL TO VOTE ON TOWING ORDINANCEPC10/11/1976P.1A,C.5
TOWING ORDINANCECOUNCIL POSTPONES ACTION ON NEW PARKING ORDINANCEPC10/06/1976P.3A,C.5
TOWING ORDINANCENEW TOWING ORDINANCE APPROVAL EXPECTEDPC10/05/1976P.1A,C.1
TREE PLANTING ORDINANCETREE PLANTING PLAN ACCEPTEDPC09/03/1976P.1A,C.1
STORM WATER MANAGEMENT ORDINANCESTORM WATER ORDINANCE BACK ON WAY TO PASSAGEPC08/25/1976P.1A,C.1
STORM WATER ORDINANCESTORM WATER ORDINANCE PUBLIC HEARING TUESDAYPC06/07/1976P.1A,C.3
TREE ORDINANCETREE ORDINANCE PROPOSAL CRITICIZEDPC06/04/1976P.3A,C.1
SIGN ORDINANCESIGN ORDINANCE DEADLINE EXTENDEDPC05/26/1976P.3A,C.5
SIGN ORDINANCECOUNCIL DEFERS ACTION ON SIGN ORDINANCEPC05/19/1976P.3A,C.5
TREE PLANTING ORDINANCEOFFICIALS TO DICSUSS TREE PLANTING ORDINANCEPC05/06/1976P.7B,C.1
SIGN ORDINANCESIGN ORDINANCE SCHEDULE CHANGE RECOMMENDEDPC04/14/1976P.3A,C.1
SIGN ORDINANCECHAMBER POLLS MEMBERS ON CITYS NEW SIGN LAWPC10/04/19751A
CAMPAIGN FINANCE ORDINANCECITY ADOPTS CAMPAIGN LAWPC10/01/19751A
TREE ORDINANCECITY TO BEGIN ENFORCING ORDINANCE ON TREES, SHPC03/08/19758A
SIGN ORDINANCESIGNS COMING DOWN THAT ADVERTISE BEERPC06/20/19741A
SIGN ORDINANCECOUNCIL RELAXES SIGN ORDINANCE REQUIREMENTSPC07/25/19731A
NOISE CONTROL ORDINANCEGROUP BACKS NEW NOISE ORDINANCEPC12/04/19722A
CORALVILLE-REFUSE CONTAINER ORDINANCECORALVILLE COUNCIL PASSES REFUSE CONTAINER ORDPC10/25/19722A
NOISE CONTROL ORDINANCEORDINANCE ON NOISES DEFENDEDPC09/22/19723A
NOISE CONTROL ORDINANCENOISE CONTROL ORDINANCE POSES TECHNICAL PROBLEPC09/15/19721A
CORALVILLE-SIGN ORDINANCECORALVILLE ACTION TAKEN ON HOUSING SIGN REGULAPC09/13/19723A
NOISE CONTROL ORDINANCEPUBLIC MEETING SCHEDULED ON NOISE CONTROL PROPPC09/08/19723A
SIGN ORDINANCEARCHITECTS COMMENTS SOUGHT ON ORDINANCEPC08/16/19723A
CORALVILLE-SIGN ORDINANCESIGN ORDINANCE FOR CORALVILLE EVOKES DISCUSSIOPC07/11/197210B
FLOOD PLAIN ORDINANCECOUNCIL DELAYS FLOOD PLAIN ORDINANCEPC07/05/19721A
FLOOD PLAIN ORDINANCEFLOOD PLAIN PLANNERS FACE LOCAL PRESSURESPC07/01/19726A
SIGN ORDINANCECOUNCIL GETS LAW ON SIGNSPC06/21/19723A
FLOOD PLAIN ORDINANCEAMORTIZATION CLAUSE TAKEN FROM FLOOD PLAIN ORDPC06/21/19721A
FLOOD PLAIN ORDINANCECOUNCIL OPPOSITION TO FLOOD PLAIN PROVISION MOPC06/20/19721A
FLOOD PLAIN ORDINANCECHAMBER OPPOSES PROVISION OF FLOOD PLAIN ORDINPC06/19/19729A
FLOOD PLAIN ORDINANCEFLOOD PLAIN ORDINANCE DRAWS SHARP CRITICISMPC06/06/19721A
FLOOD PLAIN ORDINANCEFLOOD PLAIN ORDINANCE TO BE AIREDPC06/03/19721A
FLOOD PLAIN ORDINANCEACTION ON PROPOSED FLOOD PLAIN ORDINANCE DELAYPC05/17/19723A
SIDEWALK ORDINANCESIDEWAL ORDINANCE DISCUSSEDPC05/11/197213A
CURFEW ORDINANCEDISORDER LAW, CURFEW ORDINANCE ACTION DELAYEDPC05/02/19721A
FLOOD PLAIN ORDINANCEOBJECTIONS TO FLOOD PLAIN ORDINANCE HEARDPC04/26/19723A
NOISE CONTROL ORDINANCENOISE ORDINANCE REFERRED TO ENVIRONMENTAL AGENPC04/25/19722A
PLANNED AREA DEVELOPMENT ORDINANCEDEVELOPMENT ORDINANCE AIRED BY COUNCILPC04/25/19723A
FLOOD PLAIN ORDINANCEHEARING TUESDAY ON PROPOSED RULES FOR FLOOD PLPC04/24/19721A
NOISE CONTROL ORDINANCECOUNCIL TO DISCUSS NOISE ORDINANCEPC04/22/19721A
CURFEW ORDINANCEACTION SCHEDULED FOR MAY ON 2 ORDINANCESPC04/18/19723A
FLOOD PLAIN ORDINANCECITY COUNCIL SCHEDULES 2 PUBLIC HEARINGSPC04/05/19724A
NOISE CONTROL ORDINANCEORDINANCE ON NOISE READY SOONPC04/04/19723A
CORALVILLE-DOG ORDINANCENEW DOG ORDINANCE PASSED AT CORALVILLE, FEES HPC03/29/19722A
FLOOD PLAIN ORDINANCEFLOOD PLAIN ORDINANCE TO COUNCILPC03/29/19722A
ANIMAL CONTROL ORDINANCEANIMAL CONTROL ORDINANCE AMENDED BY CITY COUNCPC02/02/19724A
CURFEW ORDINANCENEW CURFEW ORDINANCE PROPOSEDPC02/01/19724A
ANIMAL CONTROL ORDINANCEREVISED DOG ORDINANCE DRAFT BEFORE CITY COUNCLPC01/11/19722A
PLANNED AREA DEVELOPMENT ORDINANCEZONING PLEA, PREFERENCE ORDINANCE FACINGPC01/03/19722A
CITY COUNCIL-LOCAL PREFERENCE ORDINANCEPREFERENCE ORDINANCE ON CITY CONTRACTS AMENDEDPC12/22/19712A
CITY COUNCIL-LOCAL PREFERENCE ORDINANCECITY ATTY.TELLS OPPOSITION TO PROPOSED PREFERNPC12/21/19713A
CURFEW ORDINANCECHANGE IN CURFEW ORDINANCE SUGGESTED BY CITY APC12/13/19711A
ANIMAL CONTROL ORDINANCENEW ANIMAL ORDINANCE DEFERREDPC12/08/19713A
DOG ORDINANCEMORE ACTION SEEN ON DOG ORDINANCEPC11/02/19714A
UTILITIES BURIAL ORDINANCEORDINANCE ON WIRING ADOPTEDPC10/21/19715A
PET ORDINANCESTIFF PET ORDINANCE ADVANCEDPC10/20/19712A
DOG ORDINANCEAMENDMENT TO PORPOSED DOG LAW UP FOR ACTIONPC10/19/19712A
PET ORDINANCEAMENDMENT TO PORPOSED DOG LAW UP FOR ACTIONPC10/19/19712A
HUMAN RELATIONS ORDINANCERIGHTS ORDINANCE PROVISIONS QUESTIONED HEREPC10/19/19712A
DOG ORDINANCEPROPOSED DOG ORDINANCE UP FOR SECOND READINGPC10/18/19715A
PET ORDINANCEPROPOSED DOG ORDINANCE UP FOR SECOND READINGPC10/18/19715A
CAT LEASH ORDINANCEPROPOSED DOG ORDINANCE UP FOR SECOND READINGPC10/18/19715A
CIVIL RIGHTS ORDINANCENEW RIGHTS ORDINANCE IN EFFECTPC09/29/19715A
CIVIL RIGHTS ORDINANCEWHAT YOU MAY, MAY NOT DO AS HOUSEHOLDER UNDERPC09/14/19718A
CIVIL RIGHTS ORDINANCENEW CIVIL RIGHTS LAW VOTED BY COUNCIL, 3-2PC09/08/19711A
CIVIL RIGHTS ORDINANCEMRS MURPHY CLAUSES OUT IN NEW DRAFTPC09/04/19711A
CIVIL RIGHTS ORDINANCECOUNCILMAN EXPLAINS STAND ON RIGHTS LAW PROVISPC08/19/19716A
CIVIL RIGHTS ORDINANCERIGHTS LAW AMENDED, PASSEDPC08/18/19711A
CIVIL RIGHTS ORDINANCEVOTE NEARS ON REVISED RIGHTS LAWPC08/16/19711A
SIGN ORDINANCEADDITIONAL RESTRICTIONS ON SIGNS SUGGESTED HERPC08/05/19715A
CIVIL RIGHTS ORDINANCERIGHTS LAW CHANGES WEIGHEDPC08/03/19711A
DOG ORDINANCEGO-GO PARLORS, DOG ORDINANCE, JUNK CARS. . .PC07/22/19714B
CIVIL RIGHTS ORDINANCEHEARING ON RIGHTS ORDINANCE RECEIVES MIXED VIEPC07/02/19711A
CIVIL RIGHTS ORDINANCEPUBLIC DISCUSSION SET ON PROPOSED NEW CIVIL RIPC06/30/19711A
SIGN ORDINANCESIGN LAW GETS SUPPORTPC06/17/19713A
SIGN ORDINANCEBANNERS BANNEDPC06/16/19714A
HUMAN RIGHTS ORDINANCERIGHTS LAW WILL GET PUBLIC AIRINGPC06/16/19713A
ANTI-DISCRIMINATION ORDINANCERIGHTS LAW WILL GET PUBLIC AIRINGPC06/16/19713A
CONDUCT ORDINANCECOUNCIL AMENDS, APPROVES NEW DISORDERLY CONDUCPC05/19/19711A
SIGN ORDINANCECITIZEN UNIT HEARS REPORT ON PROPOSALSPC04/21/19713A
CONDUCT ORDINANCEWHITE QUESTIONS NEW CONDUCT LAWPC02/18/19714A
CONDUCT ORDINANCECOUNCIL TO ACT ON NEW CONDUCT RENEWAL MATTERSPC02/17/19711A
CLOSED MEETINGS ORDINANCE2ND READING OF MEETING LAW TUESDAYPC01/18/19701A
STREET ORDINANCECONTRACTORS WON'T GET CHANCE TO HELP DRAFT STREETPC12/19/19691A
STREETS-ORDINANCESCONTRACTORS OBJECT TO NEW ORDINANCEPC12/17/19691A
SIGN ORDINANCECOMMISSION APPOINTS PANEL ON CITY SIGNSPC08/27/19692A
SIGN ORDINANCEHEARING SET ON CITY SIGN ORDINANCEPC08/25/19692A
SIGN ORDINANCEIOWA CITY SIGN REGULATIONS TO GET INTENSIVE STUDYPC08/06/19693A
ANTI-NOISE ORDINANCEANTI-NOISE LAW GOES INTO EFFECT MONDAYPC09/28/19681A
NOISE ORDINANCEPROVISIONS OF NOISE ORDINANCE QUESTIONED AT COUNCIPC08/21/19684A
NOISE ORDINANCECOUNCIL ACTS ON THREE NEWE ORDINANCESPC08/07/19685A
CIVIL RIGHTS ORDINANCECOUNCIL ACTS ON THREE NEWE ORDINANCESPC08/07/19685A
CIVIL RIGHTS ORDINANCECITY COUNCIL BACKS STRONG CIVIL RIGHTS ORDINANCEPC07/23/19683A
HUMAN RIGHTS ORDINANCENEW RIGHTS LAW PLAN FAVORED, BUT COUNCIL WANTS 'LAPC06/18/19683A
HUMAN RIGHTS ORDINANCETALKS ON NEW RIGHTS ORDINANCE NEAR: MAYORPC06/05/19683A
HUMAN RIGHTS ORDINANCERIGHTS ORDINANCE URGED HEREPC05/22/19681A
HOUSE MOVING ORDINANCEHOUSE-MOVING LAW PROTESTED; ACTION DELAYEDPC11/22/19676A
FAIR HOUSING ORDINANCEMRS. FULL RENEWS CRITICISM OF CITY FAIR HOUSING LAPC10/25/19677A
FAIR HOUSING ORDINANCEFAIR HOUSING LAW UNDER FIRE, BUT COUNCIL SAYS NO TPC10/17/19671A
FAIR HOUSING ORDINANCEIOWA CITY'S FAIR HOUSING LAW SCOREDPC10/10/19671
CATS-ORDINANCESWANTED: 500 CAT CHTCHERS TO ENFORCE NEW ORDINANCEPC09/07/19661
HOUSING ORDINANCECITY HOUSING LAW LABELED 'VICIOUS'PC08/17/196610
CATS-ORDINANCESCAT-REGULATOR ORDINANCE GOES TO COUNCIL FOR STUDYPC07/20/19664
ORDINANCESNEW 'PEDDLER' ORDINANCE PREPAREDPC06/08/19668
'SUB-TOWN' ORDINANCE'SUB-TOWN' ORDINANCE: A NEW CONCEPT IN RESIDENTIAL ZONING HEREPC06/06/19664
HOUSING ORDINANCERENTAL HOUSING FEES APPROVED BY COUNCILPC05/18/19664
ANIMALS-ORDINANCESCITY GIVES CATS AND DOGS 'EQUAL TIME'PC05/18/19664
PARKS-ORDINANCESNEW 'CONDUCT IN THE PARK' ORDINANCE MODIFIES, SIMPLIFIES OLD CITY LAWPC04/27/19664
CATS-ORDINANCECOUNCIL FINDS CATS TRAIL 128 TO 73PC04/20/19661
HOUSING ORDINANCESCITY TO USE 'PERSUASION' FIRST IN NEW HOUSING LAW ENFORCEMENTPC02/16/19663
DEVELOPMENTS ORDINANCEPLAN COMMISSION REVIEWS 'DEVELOPMENT' ORDINANCEPC02/11/19668
JOHNSON COUNTY-ZONING ORDINANCECITY AND COUNTY UNITS TO DISCUSS NEW ZONING LAWPC01/25/19666