Minnesota State Law Library
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The Legal Terms page from the Fifth District courts defines an Ordinance as: A municipal statute. A law passed by a city or village.
More and more Minnesota cities and counties are making their ordinances available online. If they are not online, they should be available at your local county law library, the local public library or city hall.
Related Topics: Cities and Towns
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