in this episode guillermo visits kings county distillery, new york city’s oldest distillery after prohibition (opened 2010). while head distiller and co-owner colin spoelman gives a tour of the 119-year-old facility, they talk about the illegal origins of the spirit, bringing kentucky moonshine to brooklyn, and how to make it in a diy
parking: under the traffic bylaw, a vehicle must be operable and moved within 72, hours or it may be considered abandoned and removed. the calgary parking authority enforces parking enforces bylaws under the calgary traffic bylaw and the calgary parking bylaw, including parking within an alley or within disabled zones.
below you can find summaries of each of our city of calgary bylaws. if you are looking for original copies of all municipal bylaws, they are available at the city clerk's office. you can also search for all bylaws here. appliances and refrigerators: bylaws related to appliances and refrigerators
bylaws are subject to amendment. citizens should consult the original documents in the office of the city clerk. copies of bylaws not listed may be purchased by contacting the city clerk's office by e-mail or 403-268-5861. for general bylaw information please call: 3-1-1 or 403-268-city (2489) -- if calling from outside calgary.
disclaimer: this information has no legal status and cannot be used as an official interpretation of the various bylaws, codes and regulations currently in effect. the city of calgary accepts no responsibility to persons relying solely on this information. web pages are updated periodically.
covered under: city of calgary traffic bylaw section 9(17)(b) section 27(1) in alley - within 1.5m . the bylaw says "no owner or operator of a vehicle shall stop or park or permit the stopping or parking of the vehicle on either side of any alley in front of or within one and one half meters of a driveway or garage entrance entering into the
if you know of a bylaw infraction and would like to report it, please call 311 (from within calgary) or 403-268-city (2489) (from outside calgary). online services are available for the following: report dead animals on city streets for pick up. appeal an invoice for a bylaw infraction. your name
check out the land use bylaw at calgary.ca/landusebylaw to confirm whether or not your home is located in the floodway. location restrictions. fences cannot be built on city property or in any city utility rights-of-way. to see where the location of city property lines and utility rights-of-way may be, a real property report may come in handy.
building your own fence in calgary. a fence is a structure which may be used to prevent or restrict passage, to provide visual screening, sound attenuation, yard decor, protection from dust or the elements, or to mark a boundary. fences cannot be located on city property, and cannot be located on any city of calgary utility right-of-way (urw).
check the land use bylaw section of the city’s website at calgary.ca/landusebylaw (under “maps”) or fences cannot be located on city property or on any city utility rights-of-way. a real property report, the city of calgary accepts no
cpa enforcement officers have been authorized to enforce parking regulations described in the calgary traffic bylaw, calgary parking bylaw, the provincial traffic safety act, and use of the highway and rules of the road regulation.