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Enforcement of ordinances is a discretionary function of the government in the Borough. As long as they are not enforcing them based only on your age/race/sex/disability, I am afraid that you have to fight them through getting support in the borough to speak out against the new ordinance and to show up with your support at the borough meeting to speak out against it.
I am afraid that outside of you proving that they are enforcing this only against you based on your age/race/sex/disability this is your only legal recourse in this type of case.
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