Village of Great Neck Estates, NY
Nassau County
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[HISTORY: Adopted by the Board of Trustees of the Village of Great Neck Estates 6-16-1942 by Ord. No. 30 (Ch. 87 of the 1981 Code). Amendments noted where applicable.]
GENERAL REFERENCES
Nuisances by dogs and other animals — See Ch. 86.
Abandoned property — See Ch. 164.
Property maintenance — See Ch. 167.

§ 146-1 Filing of complaint; service of notice; hearing; failure to comply.

In case any resident of the Village of Great Neck Estates shall file a complaint, in writing, with the Village Clerk, alleging that there exists on the property of another, or through the act or neglect of another, conditions which constitute a public nuisance or which endanger or tend to endanger the property, safety or health of any inhabitant of the Village or the peace and good order of the Village or the public health of the Village, the Village Clerk shall cause such complaint to be investigated and shall submit the same together with a written report of his findings to the Board of Trustees at its next regular meeting or at a special meeting called for the purpose. The Board of Trustees may direct that the person or persons owning or occupying the premises upon which such conditions exist, or the person or persons believed to be responsible for the alleged conditions, shall appear before the Board of Trustees at the time and place designated and show cause why such conditions should not be abated or corrected. Such notice may be served either personally or by registered mail or in the same manner as a precept in summary dispossess proceedings. At the time and place designated, the Board of Trustees shall meet and hear the persons interested and may make such investigations and inquiries as the Board may determine. Thereupon, the Board of Trustees may, by resolution, make such orders and directions as may seem necessary or proper under the circumstances. The failure of the person or persons to whom such notice has been sent to appear shall be deemed an admission of the truth of the allegations and a consent to such action by the Board of Trustees. The failure of any person to comply with the provisions of such orders and directions shall constitute a violation of this chapter.[1]
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Editor's Note: Former § 87-2, Penalties for offenses, which immediately followed this section, was repealed 3-10-1997 by L.L. No. 3-1997. See now § 1-1.