Village of Freeport, NY
Nassau County
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[HISTORY: Adopted by the Board of Trustees of the Village of Freeport 5-9-1966 as Ch. 16 of the 1966 Code. Amendments noted where applicable.]
GENERAL REFERENCES
Licensing of amusements — See Ch. 74.
Junk dealers — See Ch. 133.
Pawnbrokers — See Ch. 151.
Peddling and soliciting — See Ch. 158.
Rooming and lodging houses — See Ch. 171.
Article I General Licensing Requirements

§ 138-1 When license required.

§ 138-2 Application for license.

§ 138-3 Bond requirements.

§ 138-4 Expiration of license.

§ 138-5 Issuance or denial of license.

§ 138-6 Application to Board of Trustees.

§ 138-7 Signing and record of licenses.

§ 138-8 Payment of license fee.

§ 138-9 Cause for revocation.

§ 138-10 License renewal.

§ 138-11 Display of license.

Article II Auctioneers

§ 138-12 License required.

§ 138-13 License fees.

§ 138-14 Fee for license for certain sales.

§ 138-15 Sales exempt from fee provisions.

Article III Special Sales

§ 138-16 Definitions.

§ 138-17 License required.

§ 138-18 Application for license; issuance.

§ 138-19 Procedure for renewal of license.

§ 138-20 License fees.

§ 138-21 Suspension or revocation of license.

§ 138-22 Display of license; sales and stock records.

§ 138-23 Exemptions.

Article IV Gardeners and Landscapers

§ 138-24 Scope and purpose.

§ 138-25 Definitions.

§ 138-26 Authority to grant licenses.

§ 138-27 Application for license.

§ 138-28 Business license and vehicle permits required; exemptions.

§ 138-29 Copies of license; information to be on vehicles.

§ 138-30 General regulations and restriction.

§ 138-31 Denial or revocation of business license or vehicle permits.

§ 138-32 Revocation of license.

§ 138-33 Hearing upon denial or revocation of business license or vehicle permit.

§ 138-34 Notices and determinations.

§ 138-35 Penalties for offenses.

§ 138-36 Enforcement.

§ 138-37 Severability.