Moving Salem ordinances online is a daunting task
As town officials work to make all town ordinances available online, they want to make sure they are both correct and relevant. That means that over the next year or so, voters may be asked to do away with or adjust some ordinances that have been on the books for decades.
Over the next month, Hickey said selectmen will begin to see batches of the ordinances so they can determine what, if any, changes need to be made.Because some of the ordinances haven’t been changed since the early 1980s, Hickey said there will be cases where the times have changed considerably since the ordinances have been placed on the books or updated.
Selectman Stephen Campbell noted that if an ordinance is still in place, it should be put online until it is rescinded or changed.
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