Pueblo County Code - Title 17 - Chapter 17.04 GENERAL PROVISIONS AND DEFINITIONS
ADDED JANUARY 6, 1967 - Beginning at the northeast corner of Pueblo County, said point being the intersection of the township line common to Townships 17 and 18 South, and the range line common to Ranges 59 and 60 West of the 6th Principal Meridian; thence west, along the township line common to the said Townships 17 and 18 South, to the range line common to Ranges 67 and 68 West; thence south along the said range line common to the said Ranges 67 and 68 West, to the Fourth Correction Line South; thence west along the said Fourth Correction Line South to the range line common to Ranges 68 and 69 West; thence south, along the said range line common to Ranges 68 and 69 West to the summit of the Greenhorn Range of mountains; thence southward along said range of mountains to the summit of Cuerno Verde Peak; thence northeast in a straight line to Corral de Toros on the Huerfano River, the terminus of said straight line being a point in the NE 1/4 of the SE 1/4 of Section 3, Township 25 South, Range 65 West of the 6th Principal Meridian, thence the east one-quarter corner of the said Section 3 bears N.27 degrees-56 feet E. a distance of 10.862 chains (716.89 feet); thence eastward to the Iron Springs, this point being on the range line common to Ranges 59 and 60 West, and being 11.44 chains (755.04 feet) north of the Southeast corner of Section 36, Township 26 South, Range 60 West of the 6th Principal Meridian; thence north along the range line common to Ranges 59 and 60 to the Fourth Correction Line South; thence east, along said Fourth Correction Line South, to the range line common to Ranges 59 and 60 West; thence north, along the range line common to Ranges 59 and 60 West to the point of beginning; said described County of Pueblo contains 2,414 square miles, more or less.
A. Violations. It shall be unlawful to erect, construct, reconstruct, alter, maintain, or use any building or structure or to use any land in violation of the provisions of Title 17 or any amendment thereof. Any person, firm, or corporation, either as owner, lessee, occupant, or otherwise, who violates any of the provisions of Title 17 or any amendment thereof shall be guilty of a misdemeanor.
B. Penalties. The violation of any provision of Title 17 shall be punishable as provided by law. Each day or portion thereof, any violation of any provisions of Title 17 shall continue shall constitute a separate offense.
"Atmospheric Light Pollution" means general sky glow caused by the scattering of artificial light in the atmosphere and resulting in decreased ability to see and enjoy the natural night sky.