Board may adopt and enforce ordinances for sanitary purposes
(1) The district board may, for the protection of the health, safety and general welfare of the authority, adopt and enforce all necessary and proper regulations or ordinances for:
(a) The control of sewage disposal and drainage.
(b) The storage, collection, transportation and disposal of solid wastes where such regulations are supplemental to the requirements of the rules of the Environmental Quality Commission adopted pursuant to ORS 459.045 (Rules), and are necessary to meet special local conditions.
(c) The cleanliness of roads and streets in the authority.
(d) The control of mosquitoes and other insects.
(e) All other sanitary purposes not in conflict with the laws of this state.
(2) Any general ordinance of the district board shall be enacted in accordance with ORS 198.510 (Definitions for ORS 198.510 to 198.600) to 198.600 (Penalty for violation of regulations). [1955 c.614 §26; 1967 c.428 §14; 1969 c.593 §39; 1971 c.268 §17; 1971 c.648 §26; 1973 c.835 §163]
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