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 as indicated in article histories. Amendments noted where applicable.]
[Adopted 1-20-2000 by L.L. No. 1-2000 (Ch. 96, Art. I, of the 1981 Code)]

§ 160-1 Duration of validity.

When any permit or approval issued by any official or board of the Village pursuant to any provision of this Code, or any period of time provided in any permit or approval for the performance of any act, expires on any date which is a Saturday, Sunday or a legal holiday, the duration of the permit or approval or period of time shall be deemed to be extended to expire at 12:00 midnight on the next succeeding business day, unless the permit or approval expressly provides otherwise.
[Adopted 12-13-2010 by L.L. No. 5-2010; amended in its entirety 12-8-2014 by L.L. No. 11-2014]

§ 160-2 Suspension of permits, licenses and approvals; suspension of applications.

A. 
Upon receipt of notification from the Clerk of the Village Justice Court of the failure of a person or entity to appear within 30 days after the return date or new subsequent adjourned date of any summons or appearance ticket issued pursuant to law and returnable in the Village Justice Court charging such person or entity with a violation of any provision of the Vehicle and Traffic Law or the Village Code, or any other state or local law or regulation, or the failure of any person or entity to pay any fine imposed by the Village Justice Court within 30 days of the date when such payment is due, the Village Clerk may suspend any permit, license or approval issued by the Village to any such person or entity, and the privileges of such person or entity pursuant to any such permit, license or approval or pursuant to any Village law or regulation, until notification from the Village Justice Court Clerk to the Village Clerk that such person or entity has appeared in response to such appearance ticket or summons or has paid such fine.
B. 
Any suspension issued pursuant to this section shall take effect five days from the date on which written notice thereof is sent by the Village Clerk to the person or entity whose license, permit, approval or privilege is suspended, and shall remain in effect until the Village Clerk is notified by the Village Justice Court Clerk that the person or entity has appeared or paid the fine as provided in this section.
C. 
Upon receipt of notification from the Clerk of the Village Justice Court of the failure of a person or entity to appear within 30 days after the return date or new subsequent adjourned date of any summons or appearance ticket issued pursuant to law and returnable in the Village Justice Court charging such person or entity with a violation of any provision of the Vehicle and Traffic Law or the Village Code, or any other state or local law or regulation, or the failure of any person or entity to pay any fine imposed by the Village Justice Court within 30 days of the date when such payment is due, the Village Clerk shall notify each Village board or agency which is considering an application by such person or entity, and no such board or agency shall continue the consideration of, nor approve, such application until the board of agency has been notified by the Village Clerk that the person or entity has appeared or paid the fine as provided in this section.