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1.Roaming Grazing Animals By-Law 1983

  1. The Roaming Grazing Animals By-law 1983 was gazetted under Section 3 of the Local Government Act 1976.  The by-law was enforced from the 1st of July 1976.  It outlines offences by owners and herders, should the grazing animals enter public areas
  2. Permission to detain, shoot and slaughter roaming animals are as follows:
  3. Council President, Secretary or any MDTM officer can order the seizure or detention of animals caught roaming in public areas
  4. If the animals put  people in public areas at risk, it can be shot and slaughtered, or the carcass disposed of according to procedure, and at a location determined by the Council President and the MDTM Secretary.

2. Anti-Littering By Law 1983

  • By-law put under gazette on the 1st of July 1983. The by-law was established to ensure the MDTM remains clean. It is enforced across the MDTM jurisdiction, under the allocation of Section 3 of the Local Government Act 1976, Among actions deemed as inappropriate:
  1. Placing, collecting, dumping or voluntary permission to clean the car, in a public place.
  2. Drying foodstuff and other items, at the beach
  3. Dispose of food and place scraps properly , and don't forget to get your bag for litter, or spilling liquids like blood, saltwater at the dump sites at public areas.

3. Barber and Hairstylists By-Law

  • Gazetted under Section 103 Local Government Act 1976, and implemented from January 1st 1988.  Each business premise owner must adhere to the following:

    1. Barbers ad stylists must be clean and sanitary when dealing with customers, at all times.
    2. Coat or overall is a must when servicing customers (white cloth or in soft pastels).
    3. Health check-ups to be done once a year.

4.Business Trade and Industry By-Law

  • Gazetted in 1987 under Section 102 Local Government Act 1976.  For use within the confines of the MDTM only. Each license holder must adhere to the following:

    1.  Fire extinguishers with capability that meets the standards of the council president
    2. Adequate stairs and exits, which are also easily serviceable
    3. All stairs, paths, platforms and exits must always be free of obstacles and ready to be  used in an emergency

5. Advertising By-law 1995

6.Parks By-law 1996

7.Barber Shop By-law 1996

8. Traders By-law 1995

9. Food Handling By-law 1995

10. Compoundable Offences By-law 1991

11. Waste Collection and Disposal By-law 1986

12. Trade, Business and Industrial Licensing By-law 1995

14.Election Ad By-law 1990

15. Dog Licensing By-law 1996

16. Vandalism By-law 1996

17. Market By-law 1995

18. Establishment By-law 1995

19 Land Works By-law 1996

20 Uniform Building By-law 1985

21. Tandas Awam 1991

22. Pelesenan Anjing 1991