Hi- I had to laugh at the three 'n’s. This must be a North American term. It appears in all the county documents that way. NORTH TAHOE PUBLIC UTILITY DISTRICT
SEWER ORDINANCE but thanks for checking. or·di·nance
a piece of legislation enacted by a municipal authority.
“a city ordinance banned smoking in nearly all types of restaurants”
an authoritative order; a decree.
synonyms: edict, decree, law, injunction, fiat, command, order, rule, ruling, dictum, dictate, directive, mandate
“the president issued an ordinance”
a prescribed religious rite.
synonyms: rite, ritual, ceremony, sacrament, observance, service
Middle English (also in the sense ‘arrangement in ranks’): from Old French ordenance, from medieval Latin ordinantia, from Latin ordinare ‘put in order’ (see ordain).
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ordinance is sometimes confused with ordnance