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Spencer County, Kentucky

Ordinance No. 6

Fiscal Year 2021 Series

 

An Ordinance Relating to the Preservation of the Second Amendment

 

  1. Whereas, such federal acts, laws, orders, rules, and regulations include but are not limited to:

(a) Any tax levy, fee, or stamp imposed on firearms, firearm accessories, or ammunition not common to all other goods and services which could have a chilling effect on the purchase or ownership of those items by law-abiding citizens, and:

(b) Any registering or tracking of firearms, firearm accessories, or ammunition which could have a chilling effect on the purchase or ownership of those items by law-abiding citizens, and;

(c) Any registering or tracking of the owners of firearms, firearm accessories, or ammunition which could have a chilling effect on the purchase or ownership of those items by law-abiding citizens, and;

(d) Any act forbidding the possession, ownership, or use or transfer of any type of firearm, firearm accessory, or ammunition by law-abiding citizens, and;

(e)  Any act ordering the confiscation of firearms, firearm accessories, or ammunition from law-abiding citizens; and

(f)  Any act whether past, present, or future passed by the United States Congress and signed into law by the Federal Government and specifically any Presidential Administration which infringes on the people’s right to keep and bear arms in Spencer County, Kentucky shall be considered null and void in the county, and not recognized by this county. Current House Bills include but are not limited to H.R. 30, H.R. 121, H.R. 127, H.R. 137, and H.R. 167 those bills if passed are null and void, and not recognized by Spencer County, Kentucky, any past, present, or future bill passed by the United States Congress will be null and void, and not recognized by Spencer County, Kentucky.

  1. Whereas, Spencer County, Kentucky declares it must be the duty of the courts and law enforcement agencies to protect the rights of law-abiding citizens to keep and bear arms and no person, including a public officer or county employee of this county or any political subdivision of this county, can have authority to enforce or attempt to enforce any federal laws, orders, or rules infringing on the right to keep and bear arms.
  2. Whereas, Spencer County, Kentucky declares any person while acting as an official, agent, employee, or deputy of the United States Government who enforces or attempts to enforce any of the infringements identified in this ordinance or gives material aid and support to the efforts of others who enforce or attempt to enforce any of the infringements identified in this ordinance may be permanently ineligible to be hired as a law enforcement officer or supervise law enforcement officers in the county or exceeds the authority of the Spencer County Fiscal Court.

(a) There will be an exception made for Spencer County, Kentucky sheriff, sheriff deputies, or other county officials with power of arrest authority. They shall and will not be held liable to this ordinance when assisting any and all federal agents in the arrest of suspected criminals.

  1. Whereas, Any and all federal agents trying to enforce the regulations listed in Section (1) shall be subject to arrest by the Spencer County, Kentucky Sheriff’s Department, or other county officials with power of arrest authority;

(a) The Spencer County Sheriff’s Department, or other county officials with power of arrest authority shall be given the full authority to make an arrest of any and all federal agents that violate state laws and enforce the regulations listed in Section (1).

  1. Whereas, This ordinance will be known and cited as the

Second Amendment Preservation Ordinance of Spencer County, Kentucky."

 

Now Therefore, Be It Ordained by the Fiscal Court of Spencer County, Commonwealth of Kentucky that the Fiscal Court does hereby reject all federal acts, laws, orders, rules, and regulations passed by the Federal Government and specifically any Presidential Administration whether past, present, or future, which infringe on the people’s right to keep and bear arms as guaranteed by the Second Amendment of the Bill of Rights to the United States Constitution and Section 1 of the Kentucky Constitution’s Bill of Rights, shall be invalid in the county, shall not be recognized by this county, and specifically rejected by this county, and shall be considered null and void and of no effect in this county. This ordinance is effective immediately upon passage and second reading.

 

Given first reading and approval on March 1, 2021.

Given second reading and adoption on _____________.


Spencer County, Kentucky
Ordinance No. _____
Fiscal Year 2021 Series

An Ordinance To Adopt Road To The County Road System

        Whereas, on March 10, 1983 the State Transportation Cabinet notified Spencer County Judge Executive via letter (attached to this ordinance) requesting Spencer County adopt a section of roadway known now as Luther Swan Road which was created as a result of the construction of the then new Hwy 155; and,

        Whereas, official Fiscal Court records dated March 14th, 1983 (attached to this ordinance) confirm Spencer County Fiscal Court voted to accept Luther Swan Road into the county road system; and,

        Whereas, a map was included with Official Order No. 87767 which is referenced in a memorandum (attached to this ordinance) dated August 2, 1983 and as approved by the Commissioner of the Department of Highways indicating Luther Swan Road to be 0.22 miles (1,162’) in length which has been verified by our Spencer County Road Foreman; and,

        Whereas, Luther Swan Road has been continuously maintained by the Spencer County Road Department since 1983; and,

        Whereas, the current Spencer County Fiscal Court desires to clarify, confirm and by this ordinance formally adopt Luther Swan Road into the County Road System; and,

        Now Therefore, Be It Ordained by the Fiscal Court of Spencer County, Commonwealth of Kentucky that Fiscal Court does hereby adopt into the Spencer County Road System,

Luther Swan Road, 1162 feet (0.22 miles)

 

Given first reading and approval on __March 1, 2021___

Given second reading and adoption on ______________

 


Ordinance No. 5

Fiscal Year 2021 Series

An Ordinance Relating to the Adoption of Roads onto the County Road System

            Whereas, request has been made to the Spencer County Fiscal Court to formally a adopt road(s) within the Kingsmill subdivision onto the County Roads System, and

            Whereas, the road(s) have been inspected by the county engineering firm and found to meet current road specifications;

            Now Therefore, Be It Ordained by the Fiscal Court of Spencer County, Commonwealth of Kentucky that the Fiscal Court does hereby grant final adoption onto the Spencer County Road System, the following road(s) within the Kingsmill subdivision:

Alexander Way, 2,282 ft

St. James Court, 1,078 ft

Waverly Court, 185 fT

for limited maintenance, such as snow removal and right-of-way trimmings, and for the development of Kingsmill Subdivision consisting of Alexander Way, (bond amount, $43,221.08), St. James Court (bond amount, $20,417.32), and Waverly Court, (bond amount, $3,503.90), shall be held by the Fiscal Court for at least one year after the adoptive date of this ordinance with bond amounts reduced to 50% after one year: Alexander Way, reduced to $21,610.54, St. James Court reduced to $10,208.66, and Waverly Court reduced to $1,751.91.  Following a satisfactory annual/final inspection report from the county engineering firm, the bond may be released, and the County agrees to accept full responsibility for the road(s).

Given first reading and approval on January 19, 2021.

Given second reading and adoption on February 1st, 2021

 


Ordinance No. 4

Fiscal Year 2021 Series

An Ordinance Establishing a 25 miles-per-hour Speed Limit on

Washburn Lane, 0.471 mile (County Road 1128)

            Whereas, the Fiscal Court of Spencer County, Kentucky, during a duly convened meeting on April 17, 2004 established a 35-mph speed limit on all county-maintained roads outside the confines of a subdivision; and

            Whereas, written request has been submitted by a resident of Washburn Lane, 0.471 mile (County Road 1128), that for safety reasons, the posted speed limit on said Washburn Lane, 0.471 be reduced and established at 25 miles-per-hour,

            Now Therefore, Be It Ordained by the Fiscal Court of Spencer County, Commonwealth of Kentucky that a 25 miles-per-hour speed limit is hereby established for Washburn Lane, 0.471 mile (County Road 1128).

 

Given first reading and approval on January 19, 2021.

Given second reading and adoption on February 1st, 2021