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New Golf Cart Ordinance

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Apermit is now required to drive a golf cart or UTV on the streets of Fruitland. The permit costs $25 and is good for one calendar year. Drivers must possess a valid driver’s license. A slow moving vehicle sign and bicycle safety flag must be attached, and the cart must have adequate brakes, headlights and tail lights. Operation allowed only between sunrise and sunset. The full ordinance is attached, as is the registration form. Return the completed form and $25 to Fruitland City Hall to get your permit.

Attachments:
Download this file (Golf Cart Ordinance 8.05.doc)Golf Cart Ordinance[ ]33 Kb
Download this file (golf cart permit registration.doc)Golf Cart Registration Form[ ]30 Kb
 

New Rates for Fruitland Community Center

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The rates to rent the Fruitland Community Center are now $100 for Fruitland residents and $150 for non-residents. See the attachment for more information on renting the Fruitland Community Center and for the lease agreement. Call City Hall for any questions or to check on availability.

 

Reminder - Parking Across Sidewalks is Prohibited

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Now that spring has come, more and more Fruitland residents are walking around town, using sidewalks where they are available. There have been complaints that some residents are parking vehicles on the portion of sidewalk that crosses their driveway, forcing the walker to go out into the street to get around. According to Fruitland City Ordinance 6.01, obstruction affecting ordinary use by the public of the sidewalk is considered a nuisance violation. Please be a responsible citizen and refrain from parking on the sidewalk.

 

Musser Public Library

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Did you know that Fruitland residents can use the Musser Public Library for free? All you need to get a library card is appropriate identification with a current address.

 


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Newsflash

Part-Time Maintenance Worker

 

The City of Fruitland is seeking a part-time maintenance worker who will report directly to the maintenance supervisor. Duties include, but not limited to, mowing with a ZTR mower and a push mower, road maintenance, custodial work at the park, compost site maintenance, snow removal, and building maintenance. Applicants must have a valid driver’s license. Experience using an end loader is preferred. Applications can be found at Fruitland City Hall, 104 Sand Run Road. Applications will be accepted until 5:00 p.m. April 12, 2016.