You can’t put recommendations on the books. It is indeed an ordinance, because you don’t like the way it’s worded doesn’t change a thing.<quoted text>
Then it's not a law - you can't even call that an ordinance. What makes a law a law or an ordinance an ordinance is that it is enforceable. I'd buy "recommendation," but a law or ordinance?
Definition of ORDINANCE. 1. a: an authoritative decree or direction : order. b: a law set forth by a governmental authority; specifically: a municipal regulation.
That's like saying, "65 mph Speed Limit," unless you don't want to - then go as fast as you want.
LMFGDAO...that was waaaaaaaayyy too easy.
Because speed limits laws are written differently you believe you’ve achieved a victory? Keep believing that.