[HISTORY: Adopted by the Board of Trustees of the Village of Irvington 11-7-2005 by L.L. No. 10-2005. Amendments noted where applicable.]
As used in this chapter, the following terms shall have the meanings indicated:
- Any receptacle used or maintained by any person for the collection or storage of litter. This includes commercial, industrial or construction receptacles.
No dumpster shall be kept, maintained, used or operated on a Village street or Village property unless the owner or user thereof shall first obtain a license from the Village Clerk of the Village of Irvington.
A license shall be issued upon the following terms and conditions:
An application shall be made by such person to the Village Clerk for said license upon forms to be furnished by said Clerk.
Said license shall allow the owner or user of the dumpster to keep or maintain a dumpster on a Village street for a period of time not to exceed five consecutive days. Said license may not be renewed.
A cash bond in the sum of $300 shall be required.
A license fee in the sum to be established and determined by the Board of Trustees from time to time and set forth in the appendix herein shall be required. (See Chapter 114 of the Village Code.)
Before any permit shall be granted, the applicant shall provide and deposit with the Clerk a public liability insurance policy in the amount of $1,000,000, single limit, naming the applicant and Village of Irvington as co-insured.
Said application shall give the name, phone number and address of the applicant, the location by street and number where the dumpster will be located, the number of days the dumpster will be located on a Village street and such further information as the Village Clerk or the Board of Trustees may require.
No person shall keep, maintain, use or operate a dumpster on a Village street for more than five consecutive days, as provided in § 106-2B(2) aforesaid, and in the event that a dumpster is located on a Village street for more than five days, he shall forfeit the cash bond provided for in § 106-2B(3) at the rate of $75 per day, in addition to the statutory penalties prescribed herein.