Village of Old Field, NY
Suffolk County
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[HISTORY: Adopted by the Board of Trustees of the Village of Old Field as indicated in article histories. Amendments noted where applicable.]
[Adopted 11-19-1985 by L.L. No. 2-1985]

§ 1-1 Legislative intent; distribution table.

A. 
The local laws, ordinances and resolutions of the Village of Old Field referred to in § 1-1B of this local law shall be known collectively as the "Code of the Village of Old Field," hereafter termed the "Code," and the various parts and sections of such local laws, ordinances and resolutions shall be distributed and designated as provided and set forth in § 1-1B of this local law.
B. 
Distribution of local laws, ordinances and resolutions.
Derivation Table
[1. Sections providing for severability of provisions, repeal of conflicting legislation and effective dates, which are covered by provisions of Chapter 1, Article I, certain title sections which are not necessary in a codification having chapter and/or article titles for the various ordinances and local laws included therein have been omitted from the Code, and such sections are indicated by an asterisk (*).]
[2. Several chapters and articles are derived from the former Unified Code of Ordinances, adopted 7-22-1963. The source for these is indicated as the 1963 Code.]
New Number
(chapter, title, article, section)
Old Number
(source)
Adoption or Amendment Date
Ch. 5, Animals
6-8-1971
§ 5-1
4.1
Amended 1-8-1974
§ 5-2
4.2
Amended 1-8-1974
§ 5-3
4.3
Amended 1-8-1974
§ 5-4
4.4
§ 5-5
Added 1-8-1974
§ 5-6
4.5
Amended at time of adoption of Code
Ch. 10, Auctioneers
Chapter 6, Ordinance 6.4 of the 1963 Code
7-22-1963
§ 10- 1
Section 1
§ 10-2
Section 2
§ 10-3
Section 3
Ch. 15, Boats and Waterways
Chapter 8, Ordinance 8.1 of the 1963 Code
7-22-1963
§ 15-1
Section 1
§ 15-2
Section 2(a)
§ 15-3
Section 2(b)
§ 15-4
Section 3
Amended 12-18-1965
§ 15-5
Section 4
§ 15-6
Section 5(a)
§ 15-7
Section 5(b)
§ 15-8
Section 6
Amended 12-18-1965
§ 15-9
Section 7
Amended 12-18-1965
§ 15-10
Section 8
Amended 12-18-1965
§ 15-11
Section 9
§ 15-12
Section 10
§ 15-13
Section 1 1
Amended 12-18-1965
§ 15-14
Section 12
§ 15-15
Section 10
Amended 12-18-65
§ 15-16
Added at time of adoption of Code
Ch. 23, Environmental
L.L. No. 1-1970
11-17-1970
Conservation Commission
§ 23-1
Section 1
§ 23-2
Section 2
§ 23-3
Section 3
§ 23-4
Section 4, sentences 1 and 2
§ 23-5
Section 4, sentence 3
§ 23-6
Section 4, sentence 4
§ 23-7
Section 5
§ 23-8
Section 6
§ 23-9
Section 7
§ 23-10
Section 8
Omitted
Section 9
*
Ch. 26, Environmental Quality Review
L.L. No. 1-1977
6-14-1977
§ 26-1
1
§ 26-2
2
§ 26-3
3(a)
§ 26-4
3(b)
§ 26-5
4
§ 26-6
5(a)
§ 26-7
5(b)
§ 26-8
6
§ 26-9
7
§ 26-10
8
§ 26-11
9, first paragraph
§ 26-12
9, second paragraph
§ 26-13
10
§ 26-14
11
§ 26-15
12
§ 26-16
13
§ 26-17
14
§ 26-18
15
§ 26-19
16
§ 26-20
17
Omitted
18
Ch. 31, Ethics
1-9-1971
§ 31-1
§ 1A
§ 31-2
§ 1B
§ 31-3
§ 1C
§ 31-4
§ 1D
§ 31-5
§ IE
§ 31-6
§ 1F
§ 31-7
§ 2
§ 31-8
§ 3
§ 31-9
§ 4
Ch. 35, Excavations and Dredging
Chapter 2, Ordinance 2.4 of 1963 Code
7-22-1963
§ 35-1
Section 1
§ 35-2
Section 2
§ 35-3
Section 3
§ 35-4
Section 4
§ 35-5
Section 5
§ 35-6
Section 6
§ 35-7
Section 7
§ 35-8
Section 8, first paragraph
§ 35-9
Section 8, second paragraph
§ 35-10
Section 9
§ 35-11
Section 10
§ 35-12
Section 11
§ 35-13
Section 12
Amended at time of adoption of Code
Ch. 40, Fire Prevention
Chapter 5 of 1963 Code
7-22-1963
Article I
Ordinance 5.1
§ 40-1
Section 1
§ 40-2
Section 2
§ 40-3
Section 3
Article II
Ordinance 5.2
§ 40-4
Section 1
§ 40-5
Section 2, sentence 1
§ 40-6
Section 2, sentence 2
§ 40- 7
Section 2, sentence 3
Article III
Ordinance 5.3
§ 40-8
Section 1
§ 40-9
Section 2
§ 40-10
Section 3
§ 40-11
Section 4
Article IV
§ 40-12
Added at time of adoption of Code
Ch. 44, Flood Damage Prevention
L.L. No. 1-1983
3-8-1983
§ 44-1
1
§ 44-2
2
§ 44-3
3
§ 44-4
4
§ 44-5
5
§ 44-6
6
§ 44-7
7, first paragraph through (j)
§ 44-8
7, second paragraph
§ 44-9
8
§ 44-10
9
§ 44-11
10
§ 44-12
11A
§ 44-13
11B
§ 44-14
11C
Omitted
12
*
Ch. 49, Hawkers, Peddlers and Solicitors
Chapter 6 of 1963 Code
7-22-1963
Article I
Ordinance 6.2
§ 49-1
Section 1
§ 49-2
Section 2
§ 49-3
Section 3
§ 49-4
Section 4(a), first sentence
§ 49-5
Section 4(a), second sentence
§ 49-6
Section 4(b)
Article II
Ordinance 6.3
§ 49-7
Section 1
§ 49-8
Section 2
§ 49-9
Section 3
Omitted
Section 4
Ch. 53, Hunting, Shooting and Trapping
Article I, Hunting and Shooting
Chapter 3, Ordinance 3.8 of 1963 Code
7-22-1963
§ 53-1
Section 1
§ 53-2
Section 2
Article II, Trapping
L.L. No. 2-1980
8-12-1980
§ 53-3
Section 1
§ 53-4
Section 2
§ 53-5
Section 3, sentences 1 and 2
§ 53-6
Section 3, sentence 3
§ 53-7
Section, 4
Amended at time of adoption of Code
§ 53-8
Section 5
Omitted
Section 6
*
Article III, Penalties
§ 53-9
Added at time of adoption of Code
Ch. 58, Licenses
Chapter 6, Ordinance 6.1 of 1963 Code
7-22-1963
§ 58-1
Section 1
§ 58-2
Section 2
§ 58-3
Section 3
§ 58-4
Section 4
§ 58-5
Section 5
§ 58-6
Section 6
§ 58-7
Section 7
§ 58-8
Section 8
§ 58-9
Section 9
§ 58-10
Section 10
§ 58-11
Section 11
Ch. 64, Noise
Chapter 3, Ordinance 3.7 of 1963 Code
7-22-1963
§ 64-1
Section 1, first sentence
§ 64-2
Section 1, second sentence
§ 64-3
Section 2
§ 64-4
Section 3
§ 64-5
Section 4
§ 64-6
Added at time of adoption of Code
Ch. 70, Parks and
Beaches
Article I, Motor Vehicles on Beaches
Chapter 1, Ordinance 1.6 of 1963 Code
7-22-1963
§ 70-1
Section 1
§ 70-2
Section 2
§ 70-3
Section 3
Article II, Motor Vehicles in Parks
7-13-1971
§ 70-4
Section 1
§ 70-5
Section 2
Article III, Penalties
§ 70-6
Added at time of adoption of Code
Ch. 75, Peace and Good Order
Chapter 3 of 1963 Code
7-22-1963
§ 75-1
Ordinance 3.1
§ 75-2
Ordinance 3.2
§ 75-3
Ordinance 3.3
Omitted
Ordinance 3.4
§ 75-4
Ordinance 3.5, Section 1
§ 75-5
Ordinance 3.5, Section 2
§ 75-6
Ordinance 3.6
§ 75-7
Added at time of adoption of Code
Ch. 80, Property Maintenance
Chapter 2 of 1963 Code
7-22-1963
Article I
§ 80-1
Ordinance 2.1, Section 1(a)
§ 80-2
Ordinance 2. 1, Section 1(b)
§ 80-3
Ordinance 2.1, Section 2(a) and (b)
§ 80-4
Ordinance 2. 1, Section 2(c)
Article II
§ 80-5
Ordinance 2.2, Section 1
§ 80-6
Ordinance 2.2, Section 2
Article III
§ 80-7
Added at time of adoption of Code
Ch. 84, Public Records, Access to
Resolution
10-9-1974
§ 84-1
1
§ 84-2
2
§ 84-3
3
§ 84-4
4
§ 84-5
5
§ 84-6
6
§ 84-7
7
§ 84-8
8
§ 84-9
9
§ 84-10
10
§ 84-11
11
Omitted
12
Ch. 89, Refuse Collectors
Chapter 6, Ordinance 6.5 of 1963 Code
7-22-1963
§ 89-1
Section 1
§ 89-2
Section 2
§ 89-3
Section 3
§ 89-4
Section 4
Ch. 95, Subdivision of Land
5-23-1964
Article I
§ 95-1
Section 100
§ 95-2
Section 110
§ 95-3
Section 120
§ 95-4
Section 130
Amended 3-13-1984 by L.L. No. 1-1984
§ 95-5
Section 200
Amended 3-9-1982
Article II
§ 95-6
300.1
§ 95-7
300.1.1
§ 95-8
300.1.2
§ 95-9
300.2
§ 95-10
300.3
§ 95-11
300.4
§ 95-12
300.5
§ 95-13
300.6
Article III
§ 95-14
310.1
§ 95-15
310.2
§ 95-16
310.3
§ 95-17
310.4
§ 95-18
310.4.1
§ 95-193
10.5
§ 95-20
310.5.1
§ 95-21
310.5.2
§ 95-22
310.6
§ 95-23
310.6.1
§ 95-24
310.6.2
§ 95-25
310.7
§ 95-26
310.7.1
§ 95-27
310.7.2
§ 95-28
310.8
Article IV
§ 95-29
320.1
§ 95-30
320.1.1
§ 95-31
320.1.2
§ 95-32
320.2
§ 95-33
320.2.1
§ 95-34
320.3
§ 95-35
320.4
§ 95-36
320.5
§ 95-37
320.6
Article V
§ 95-38
Section 400, unnumbered paragraph
Amended 3-9-1982
§ 95-39
400.1
Amended 3-9-1982
§ 95-40
400.2
Amended 3-9-1982
§ 95-41
400.3
§ 95-42
Section 410, unnumbered paragraph
Amended 3-9-1982
§ 95-43
410.1
Amended 10-19-1970; 3-9-1982
§ 95-44
410.2
Amended 3-9-1982
§ 95-45
410.3
Amended 3-9-1982
§ 95-46
410.3.1
Amended 3-9-1982
§ 95-47
410.4
Amended 3-9-1982
§ 95-48
410.5
Amended 3-9-1982
Article VI
§ 95-49
410.6
Amended 3-9-1982
§ 95-50
420.1
Amended 3-9-1982
§ 95-51
420.2
§ 95-52
420.3
Amended 3-9-1982
§ 95-53
420.4
§ 95-54
420.5
§ 95-55
420.6
§ 95-56
420.7
§ 95-57
420.8
§ 95-58
420.8.1
§ 95-59
420.9
§ 95-60
Section 430
Article VII
Amended 10-19-1970; 3-9-1982
§ 95-61
440.1 through 440.3
§ 95-62
440.4
Article VIII
§ 95-63
450.1 through 450.3
§ 95-64
450.4(a)
§ 95-65
450.4(b) through (g)
Amended 10-19-1970
§ 95-66
450.5
Added 10-19-1970
Article IX
§ 95-67
460.1 and 460.2
§ 95-68
460.3
§ 95-69
460.4
Article X
§ 95-70
Section 500
§ 95-71
510.1
§ 95-72
510.2
§ 95-73
Section 520
§ 95-74
530.1
§ 95-75
530.2
§ 95-76
530.3
§ 95-77
530.3.1
§ 95-78
530.3.2
§ 95-79
530.3.3
§ 95-80
530.4
§ 95-81
530.5 and 530.6
§ 95-82
530.7
§ 95-83
530.8
§ 95-84
530.9
§ 95-85
530.10
§ 95-86
530-1911
§ 95-87
530.12
§ 95-88
540.1
§ 95-89
540.2
§ 95-90
Section 550
§ 95-91
560.1 and 560.2
§ 95-92
560.3
§ 95-93
560.4
§ 95-94
560.5
§ 95-95
560.6
§ 95-96
560.7
Article XI
§ 95-97
Section, 600
§ 95-98
610.1
§ 95-99
610.2
§ 95-100
610.3
§ 95-101
Section 620
§ 95-102
630.1 and 630.2
§ 95-103
630.3
§ 95-104
630.4
§ 95-105
640.1 and 640.2
§ 95-106
640.3
§ 95-107
640.4
Article XII
§ 95-108
Section 700
§ 95-109
Section 710
§ 95-110
Section 720
Omitted
Section 730
Ch. 99, Swimming Pools
1-23-1965
§ 99-1
Section 9.1
§ 99-2
Section 9.2
§ 99-3
9.3.1
§ 99-4
9.3.2
Amended 8-26-1967
§ 99-5
9.3.3, sentences 1 through 3
§ 99-6
9.3.3, sentence 4
§ 99-7
9.3.4
§ 99-8
9.3.5
§ 99-9
9.3.6
§ 99-10
9.3.7
§ 99-11
9.3.8
§ 99-12
9.3.9
§ 99-13
9.3.10
Amended 8-26-1967
§ 99-14
Added 8-26-1967
§ 99-15
9.3.11
§ 99-16
9.3.12
§ 99-17
9.3.13
§ 99-18
Section 9.4
§ 99-19
Section 9.5
§ 99-20
Section 9.6
§ 99-21
Section 9.7
§ 99-22
Section 9.8
§ 99-23
Section 9.9
§ 99-24
Section 9. 10
Amended at time of adoption of Code
Omitted
Section 9. 11
*
Ch. 103, Taxation
Article 1, Utility Tax
L.L. No. 1-1969
1-23-1969
§ 103-1
Section 1
§ 103-2
§ 2
§ 103-3
§ 3
§ 103-4
§ 4
§ 103-5
§ 5
§ 103-6
§ 6
§ 103-7
§ 7a
§ 103-8
§ 7b
§ 103-9
§ 8
§ 103-10
§ 9
§ 103-11
§ 10
§ 103-12
§ 11
§ 103-13
§ 12
§ 103-14
§ 13
§ 103-15
§ 14
§ 103-16
§ 15
§ 103-17
§ 16
§ 103-18
§ 17
§ 103-19
§ 18
Omitted
§ 19
Omitted
§ 20
Ch. 110, Vehicles and Traffic
Chapter 1 of 1963 Code
7-22-1963
Article I
§ 110-1
Ordinance 1.1, Section 1
§ 110-2
Ordinance 1.5, Section 5
Amended at time of adoption of Code
Article II
§ 110-3
Ordinance 1.2
§ 110-4
Ordinance 1.4
§ 110-5
Ordinance 1.5
Amended 12-18-1965; 5-23-78 by L.L. No. 1-1978; 6-11-1985 by L.L. No. 1- 1985; at time of adoption of Code
Article III
Ordinance 1.3
§ 110-6
Section 1
§ 110-7
Section 2
§ 110-8
Section 3
Ch. 116, Woodburning Stoves and Fireplaces
L.L. No. 1-1980
8-12-1980
§ 116-1
Section 1, first paragraph
§ 116-2
Section 1a
§ 116-3
Section 1b
§ 116-4
Section 1c
§ 116-5
Section 2
§ 116-6
Section 3
§ 116-7
Section 4
§ 116-8
Section 5
§ 116-9
Section 6
§ 116-10
Added at time of adoption of Code
Ch. 121, Zoning
Chapter 7 of 1963 Code
Article I
§ 121-1
Part 7. 1, Section 1
§ 121-2
Part 7. 1, Section 2
§ 121-3
Part 7. 1, Section 3
§ 121-4
Part 7. 1, Section 4
§ 121-5
Part 7.2
Amended 5-23-1964; 8-26-1967; 1-8-1974; 2-17-81 by L.L. No. 1-1981
Article II
§ 121-6
Part 7.3, Section 1
Amended 1-8-1974
§ 121-7
Part 7.3, Section 2(a)
§ 121-8
Part 7.3, Section 2(b)
Amended 1-8-1974
Article III
§ 121-9
Part 7.3, Section 3(a) and (b)
Amended 2-17-1981 by L.L. No. 1-1981
§ 121-10
Part 7.3, Section 3(c)
§ 121-11
Part 7.3, Section 3(d)
§ 121-12
Part 7.3, Section 3(e)
Amended 1-8-1974
§ 121-13
Part 7.3, Section 3(f)
Article IV
§ 121-14
Part 7.4, Section 1(a)
Amended 1-8-1974
§ 121-15
Part 7.4, Section 1(b)
§ 121-16
Part 7.4, Section 1(c)
§ 121-17
Part 7.4, Section 2
Amended 5-23-1964
§ 121-18
Part 7.4, Section 3
§ 121-19
Part 7.4, Section 4(a)
Amended 5-23-1964
§ 121-20
Part 7.4, Section 4(b)
Amended 5-23-1964
§ 121-21
Part 7.4, by Section 5
Amended 2-17-1981 by L.L. No. 1-1981
Article V
Amended 1-8-1974
§ 121-22
Part 7.4, Section 6(a)
§ 121-23
Part 7.4, Section 6(a)
§ 121-24
Part 7.4, Section 6(a)
§ 121-25
Part 7.4, Section 6(b)
Article VI
§ 121-26
Part 7.4, Section 7(a)
§ 121-27
Part 7.4, Section 7(b)
§ 121-28
Part 7.4, Section 7(c)
§ 121-29
Part 7.4, Section 7(d)
§ 121-30
Part 7.4, Section 7(e)
§ 121-31
Part 7.4, Section 8
Amended 1-8-1974
Article VII
Part 7.5
§ 121-32
Section 1
§ 121-33
Section 2
§ 121-34
Section 3
§ 121-35
Section 4
§ 121-36
Section 5
§ 121-37
Section 6
Amended 10-19-1970
§ 121-38
Section 7
§ 121-39
Section 8
Article VIII
Part 7.6
§ 121-40
Section 1
Amended 2-17-1981 by L.L. No. 1-1981
§ 121-41
Section 2(a)
§ 121-42
Section 2(b)
§ 121-43
Section 3
§ 121-44
Section 4
§ 121-45
Added 8-20-1960
Article IX
Part 7.7
§ 121-46
Section 1(a)
§ 121-47
Section 1(b)
§ 121-48
Section 2
§ 121-49
Section 3
§ 121-50
Section 3
§ 121-51
Section 4
Article X
Part 7.8
§ 121-52
Section 1
§ 121-53
Section 2
§ 121-54
Section 3(a)
§ 121-55
Section 3(b)
§ 121-56
Section 3(c)
§ 121-57
Sections 3 and 4
Amended 10-19-1970
§ 121-58
Added 1-8-1974
§ 121-59
Section 4, last sentence
§ 121-60
Section 5, first paragraph
§ 121-61
Section 5(a) and (b)
§ 121-62
Section 5(c)
§ 121-63
Section 5(d)
§ 121-64
Section 5(e)
§ 121-65
Section 4(a)
§ 121-66
Section 4(b), first sentence
§ 121-67
Section 4(b) second sentence
§ 121-68
Section 4(c)
§ 121-69
Section 4(d)
§ 121-70
Section 5(a)
Amended 1-8-1974
§ 121-71
Section 5(b)
Amended at time of adoption of Code
Omitted
Section 6
*
Omitted
Section 7
*
§ 121-72
Added 1-8-1974

§ 1-2 Continuation of existing provisions.

A. 
The provisions of the Code, insofar as they are substantively the same as those of local laws, ordinances and resolutions in force immediately prior to the enactment of the Code by this local law, as distributed and renumbered in § 1-1B above, are intended as a continuation of such local laws, ordinances and resolutions and not as new enactments, and the effectiveness of such provisions shall date from the date of adoption of the prior local law, ordinance or resolution. All such provisions are hereby continued in full force and effect and are hereby reaffirmed as to their adoption by the Board of Trustees of the Village of Old Field, and it is the Intention of said Board of Trustees that each such provision contained within the Code is hereby reaffirmed as it appears in said Code. Only such provisions of former local laws, ordinances and resolutions as are omitted from this Code shall be deemed repealed or abrogated by the provisions of § 1-3 below.
B. 
In compiling and preparing the local laws, ordinances and certain resolutions of the village for publication as the Code of the Village of Old Field, as distributed and designated in the table in § 1-1B hereof, no changes in the meaning or intent of such local laws, ordinances and resolutions have been made.

§ 1-3 Repeal of local laws and ordinances not contained in Code.

All local laws and ordinances of a general and permanent nature heretofore adopted by the Board of Trustees of the Village of Old Field and in force on the date of the adoption of this local law and not cited in the table in § 1-1B hereof are hereby repealed as of the effective date of this local law, except as hereinafter provided.

§ 1-4 Local laws and ordinances saved from repeal; matters not affected by repeal.

The repeal of local laws and ordinances provided for in § 1-3 of this local law shall not affect the following classes of local laws, ordinances, resolutions, rights and obligations, which are hereby expressly saved from repeal:
A. 
Any local law, ordinance or resolution adopted subsequent to March 13, 1984.
B. 
Any right or liability established, accrued or incurred under any legislative provision of the village prior to the effective date of this local law, or any action or proceeding brought for the enforcement of such right or liability.
C. 
Any offense or act committed or done before the effective date of this local law in violation of any legislative provision of the village, or any penalty, punishment or forfeiture which may result therefrom.
D. 
Any prosecution, indictment, action, suit or other proceeding pending, or any judgment rendered prior to the effective date of this local law, brought pursuant to any legislative provision of the village.
E. 
Any franchise, license, right, easement or privilege heretofore granted or conferred by the village.
F. 
Any local law, ordinance or resolution of the village providing for the laying out, opening, altering, widening, relocating, straightening, establishing grade, changing name, improvement, acceptance or vacation of any right-of-way, easement, street, road, highway, park or other public place within the village, or any portion thereof.
G. 
Any ordinance or resolution of the village appropriating money or transferring funds, promising or guaranteeing the payment of money or authorizing the issuance and delivery of any bond of the village or other instruments or evidence of the village's indebtedness.
H. 
Local laws, ordinances or resolutions authorizing the purchase, sale, lease or transfer of property, or any lawful contract or obligation.
I. 
The levy or imposition of special assessments or charges.
J. 
The dedication of property.
K. 
Any local law, ordinance or resolution relating to salaries and employee benefits.
L. 
Any rules, regulations, standards or specifications referred to or authorized to be adopted by any local law, ordinance or resolution included in the Code.
M. 
Any resolution or motion adopting and setting fees for building permits.

§ 1-5 Effect on previously adopted legislation; amendments.

A. 
In compiling and preparing the local laws, ordinances and certain resolutions of the village for publication as the Code of the Village of Old Field, as distributed and designated in the table in § 1-1B hereof, no changes in the meaning or intent of such local laws, ordinances and resolutions have been made, except as provided below.[1]
[1]
Editor's Note: Pursuant to § 1-5A, the following sections of the Code were added or amended: §§ 5-6B and C, 15-16, 35-13, 53-7, 64-6, 75-7, 99-24, 110-2, 110-5, 116-10, 121-46A and C and 121-71A, C and E. In addition, the following articles of the Code were added: Art. IV of Ch. 40, Art. III of Ch. 70 and Art. III of Ch. 80. This local law also provided for the deletion of Section 4, Fees, from Ordinance 6.3 of Chapter 6 of the Unified Code of Ordinances. A complete description of the changes made is on file in the office of the Village Clerk.

§ 1-6 Filing of copies of Code.

A copy of the Code of the Village of Old Field, in loose-leaf form, has been filed in the office of the Village Clerk of the Village of Old Field and shall remain there for the use of and examination by the public until final action is taken on this local law; and if this local law shall be adopted, such copies shall be certified to by the Village Clerk of the Village of Old Field, and such certified copies shall remain on file in the office of said Village Clerk, to be made available to persons desiring to examine same during all times while said Code is in effect.

§ 1-7 Amendments to Code.

Any and all additions, deletions, amendments or supplements to any of the local laws, ordinances and resolutions known collectively as the "Code of the Village of Old Field," or any new local laws, ordinances or resolutions, when enacted or adopted in such form as to indicate the intention of the Board of Trustees to be a part thereof, shall be deemed to be incorporated into such Code so that reference to the Code of the Village of Old Field shall be understood and intended to include such additions, deletions, amendments or supplements. Whenever such additions, deletions, amendments or supplements to the Code of the Village of Old Field be enacted or adopted, they shall thereafter be printed and, as provided hereunder, inserted in the loose-leaf book containing said Code as amendments and supplements thereto. Nothing contained in this local law shall affect the status of any local law, ordinance or resolution contained herein, and such local laws, ordinances or resolutions may be amended, deleted or changed from time to time as the Board of Trustees deems desirable.

§ 1-8 Code book to be kept up-to-date.

It shall be the duty of the Village Clerk, or someone authorized and directed by the Village Clerk, to keep up-to-date the certified copies of the book containing the Code of the Village of Old Field required to be filed in the office of the Village Clerk for the use of the public. All changes in said Code and all local laws, ordinances and resolutions adopted by the Board of Trustees subsequent to the enactment of this local law, in such form as to indicate the intention of said Board of Trustees to be a part of said Code shall, when finally enacted or adopted, be included therein by temporary attachment of copies of such changes or local laws or resolutions until such changes or local laws, ordinances or resolutions are printed as supplements to said Code book, at which time such supplements shall be inserted therein.

§ 1-9 Sale of Code book; supplementation.

Copies of the Code book containing the Code of the Village of Old Field may be purchased from the Village Clerk upon the payment of a fee to be set by resolution of the Board of Trustees, which may also arrange by resolution for procedures for the periodic supplementation thereof.

§ 1-10 Publication; filing.

The Village Clerk of the Village of Old Field, pursuant to law, shall cause to be published, in the manner required, a notice of the introduction and enactment of this local law in the official newspaper of the village. A copy of the Code of the Village of Old Field shall be maintained in the office of the Village Clerk for inspection by the public at all times during regular office hours. The enactment and application of this local law, coupled with the availability of a copy of the Code for inspection by the public, shall be deemed, held and considered to be due and legal publication of all provisions of the Code for all purposes.

§ 1-11 Tampering with Code; penalties.

Any person who, without authorization from the Village Clerk, changes or amends, by additions or deletions, any part or portion of the Code of the Village of Old Field, or who alters or tampers with such Code in any manner whatsoever which will cause the legislation of the village to be misrepresented thereby, or who violates any other provision of this local law shall, upon conviction thereof, be guilty of a violation pursuant to the Penal Law of the State of New York, punishable by a fine of not more than $250 or by imprisonment for not more than 15 days, or by both such fine and imprisonment.

§ 1-12 Severability.

If any clause, sentence, paragraph, section, article or part of this local law, or of any local law:, ordinance or resolution cited in the table in § 1-1B hereof, or of any local law, ordinance or resolution incorporated into the Code hereafter, shall be adjudged by any court of competent jurisdiction to be invalid, such judgment shall not affect, impair or invalidate the remainder thereof, but shall be confined in its operation to the clause, sentence, paragraph, section, article or part thereof directly involved in the controversy in which such judgment shall have been rendered.

§ 1-13 Incorporation of provisions into Code.

The provisions of this local law are hereby made Chapter 1, Article I, of the Code of the Village of Old Field, to be entitled "Chapter 1, General Provisions, Article I, Adoption of Code," and the sections of this local law shall be numbered §§ 1-1 to 1-14, inclusive.

§ 1-14 When effective.

This local law shall take effect as provided by law upon filing with the Secretary of State of New York.
[Adopted 11-14-2000 by L.L. No. 3-2000]

§ 1-15 Legislative intent.

In accordance with Subdivision 3 of § 20 of the Municipal Home Rule Law, the Code of the Village of Old Field, as adopted by Local Law No. 2-1985 on November 19, 1985, and amended and supplemented through Local Law No. 2-2000, adopted on August 15, 2000, and consisting of the entire text of Chapters 1 through 121, which chapters are as set forth below, is hereby readopted and reaffirmed as the Code of the Village of Old Field.
CHAPTER
1.
General Provisions
Article I
Adoption of Code
3.
Alcoholic Beverages
5.
Animals
7.
Alternate Members of Planning and Zoning Boards
10.
Auctioneers
15.
Boats and Waterways
19.
Coastal Erosion Hazard Areas
Article I
General Provisions
Article II
Regulations
Article III
Emergency Activities
Article IV
Variances and Appeals
Article V
Administration and Enforcement
Article VI
Amendments
23.
Environmental Conservation Commission
26.
Environmental Quality Review
31.
Ethics
35.
Excavations and Dredging
40.
Fire Prevention
Article I
Storage of Inflammable Material
Article II
Outdoor Burning
Article III
Conduct at Fires Being Fought
Article IV
Penalties
44.
Flood Damage Prevention
49.
Hawkers, Peddlers and Solicitors
Article I
Hawkers and Peddlers
Article II
Solicitors and Canvassers
51.
Hazardous Unoccupied Property
53.
Hunting, Shooting and Trapping
Article I
Hunting and Shooting
Article II
Trapping
Article III
Penalties
55.
Indemnification of Elected Officials
58.
Licenses
60.
Littering
64.
Noise
70.
Parks and Beaches
Article I
Motor Vehicles on Beaches
Article II
Motor Vehicles in Parks
Article III
Penalties
75.
Peace and Good Order
80.
Property Maintenance
Article I
Waste Disposal
Article II
Noxious Growths
Article III
Penalties
84.
Public Records, Access to
89.
Refuse Collectors
95.
Subdivision of Land
Article I
General Provisions
Article II
Subjects for Board to Consider
Article III
Streets
Article IV
Standards for Lots
Article V
Application Procedure and Preliminary Plat Procedure
Article VI
Final Plat Procedure
Article VII
Requirements for Preliminary Plat
Article VIII
Requirements for Final Plat
Article IX
Compliance With Other Regulations
Article X
Required Improvements
Article XI
Reservation and Dedication of Public Lands
Article XII
Administration
99.
Swimming Pools
103.
Taxation
Article I
Utility Tax
106.
Termination of Assessing Unit
110.
Vehicles and Traffic
Article I
General Provisions
Article II
Traffic Regulations
Article III
Parking, Standing and Stopping
116.
Woodburning Stoves and Fireplaces
121.
Zoning
Article I
General Provisions
Article II
Permitted and Prohibited Uses
Article III
Accessory Uses and Signs
Article IV
General Area Requirements
Article V
Fences
Article VI
Application of Area Requirements
Article VII
Conditional Uses
Article VIII
Nonconforming Uses and Buildings
Article IX
Board of Appeals
Article X
Administration, Permits and Enforcement

§ 1-16 Severability.

If any clause, sentence, paragraph, section or part of this local law shall be adjudged by any court of competent jurisdiction to be invalid, such judgment shall not affect, impair or invalidate the remainder thereof but shall be confined in its operation to the clause, sentence, paragraph, section or part thereof directly involved in the controversy in which such judgment shall have been rendered.

§ 1-17 Incorporation of provisions into Code.

The provisions of this local law are hereby made Article II of Chapter 1 of the Code of the Village of Old Field, such local law to be entitled "General Provisions, Article II, Readoption of Code," and the sections of this local law shall be numbered §§ 1-15 to 1-18, inclusive.

§ 1-18 When effective.

This local law shall take effect immediately upon filing with the Secretary of State of the State of New York.