Village of Sands Point, NY
Nassau County
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[HISTORY: Adopted by the Board of Trustees of the Village of Sands Point 5-28-1965 by L.L. No. 1-1965. Amendments noted where applicable.]

§ 20-1 Adoption; when effective.

Section 95 of the Village Law, as last amended by Chapter 623 of the Laws of 1952,[1] is hereby amended in its application to the Village of Sands Point, New York, to read as follows:
§ 95. When ordinances to take effect.
Except in the case of a zoning ordinance, every ordinance hereafter adopted or approved by the Board of Trustees of the village shall be entered in its minutes.
A notice setting forth the title and a brief description of every such ordinance shall be published once in the official newspaper of the village, and an affidavit of such publication shall be filed with the Village Clerk. Unless a later date shall be specified therein, every such ordinance shall take effect on the 10th day after the date of publication of such notice; provided, however, that any such ordinance shall take effect from the date of its service as against a person served personally with a copy thereof, certified by the Village Clerk under the corporate seal of the village and showing the date of its passage and entry in the minutes.
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Editor's Note: Section 95 of the Village Law was repealed by L. 1972, c. 892; see now § 20-2004 of the Village Law.

§ 20-2 Proof of adoption.

Section 96 of such law, as added by Chapter 650 of the Laws of 1927,[1] is hereby amended in its application to the Village of Sands Point, New York, to read as follows:
§ 96. Proof of ordinance.
The certificate of the Village Clerk setting forth that the records of the village show the adoption of one or more ordinances and, in the case of ordinances adopted prior to the effective date of this chapter, the posting and publication thereof as required by the Village Law, and, in the case of ordinances adopted after the effective date of this chapter, the publication of a notice setting forth the title and a brief description thereof as required by this chapter, shall be presumptive evidence of such adoption, publication and posting in any action or special proceeding in any court or otherwise.
[1]
Editor's Note: Section 96 of the village Law was repealed by L. 1972, c. 892; see now § 20-2008 of the Village Law.

§ 20-3 Zoning ordinances and amendments.

Subdivision 2 of § 178 of such law, as last amended by Chapter 354 of the Laws of 1962,[1] is hereby amended in its application to the Village of Sands Point, New York, to read as follows:
2.
Every zoning ordinance and every amendment to a zoning ordinance (including any map incorporated therein) adopted pursuant to the provisions of the Village Law shall be entered in the minutes of the Village Board (exclusive of any map incorporated therein). A notice setting forth the title and a brief description of every such ordinance and every amendment to such ordinance shall be published once in the official newspaper and an affidavit of such publication shall be filed with the Village Clerk. Unless a later date shall be specified therein, every such ordinance and amendment shall take effect on the 10th day after the date of publication of such notice; provided, however, that any such ordinance or amendment shall take effect from the date of its service as against a person served personally with a copy thereof, certified by the Village Clerk and showing the date of its passage and entry in the minutes.
[1]
Editor's Note: Section 178 of the Village Law was repealed by L. 1972, c. 892; see now § 7-706 of the Village Law.