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Constantine reviews golf cart ordinance

Members of the Constantine Village Council this week reviewed a golf-cart ordinance.
Drafted by village attorney Howard Bush, the ordinance will be the subject of a public hearing at the council’s June 5 meeting.
At a meeting May 1, council members learned that Centreville recently had adopted a resolution to allow golf carts on streets with certain provisions. Village manager Mark Honeysett on Monday provided the council with a copy of a similar resolution in Centreville.
Bush’s drafted resolution permitted golf carts on village streets. They are not to be allowed for use on U.S. 131, but are permitted to cross it.
Honeysett said Monday he believes the village should charge a fee to register each golf cart, since there is some expense in processing the application and to have validation stickers printed. He said he will consult with Bush to see if the village cannot or should not charge a fee.
A fee of $15 for a three-year registration was suggested.

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