PlannerGirl said:Guap only you could link someones god and mother to grilling out and freedom.
We had rules about such things in the HOA for the development i lived in and one apartment complex set of rules. they seemed to work well
cowley.11 said:Do you know of any communities that strictly prohibit grills or like items on front porches? Is this in the zoning or fire code?
El Guapo said:[ot]Thanks dude, but no I have yet to enter Valhalla. I am looking for a 200 or 700 series station wagon that screams "Ambiguously Gay Grocery Getter."
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bturk said:Still ot : Too funny. I was originally going to make my post read, "It screams Log Cabin Republican..."
Loophole! My house is 10 feet beyond the required setback and therefore can still be on my porch.BKM said:No outdoor grill shall be placed within the front yard setback.
BKM said:My coworker in the next cubicle was gracious enough to help me draft proper zoning language:
"Section 25.98.(a), subsection (b), Division 2.a. - Outdoor Cooking Appliances
Outdoor Food Preparation Devices ("Grills") - when placed in conformity with applicable Uniform Fire Codes, outdoor food preparation devices ("grills") that exhibit culinary taste shall be permitted within the required rear yard. No outdoor grill shall be placed within the front yard setback.
All grills shall be enamel coated hunter green or polished black, branded by Weber, Vermont Castings, LL Bean, or other brand demonstrated to the City Taste Review Committee as appropriate for a residence in the City of Fairfield. Obscure German, Italian, or Swedish brand grills costing at least $8,000 (2003 dollars) will generally be permitted.
Violators of this section shall be cited once. Second time violators shall either be expelled at the City limit line or shall attend sensitivity training classes."