What are some common township ordinances?


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Common township ordinances govern such matters as animal control, curfews, abandoned or junked vehicles, and noise, as articulated by the websites of Boonton Township, Pennsylvania and Butler Township, New Jersey. Township administrators enact local ordinances, which the township police enforce.

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The animal control ordinances of Boonton Township require owners to obtain rabies vaccinations for and license all dogs before they are seven months old, notes the township's website. The 11:01 p.m. to 6 a.m. curfew applies to unaccompanied minors under age 18.

Butler Township has noise ordinances that prohibit loud music and continuous unprovoked animal sounds that disturb or annoy others, as its website shows. The township prohibits citizens from keeping or storing unregistered vehicles on any public or private property.

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