Suffolk County, NY
 
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  1. § 302-10 Animal Advisory Board.
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    A Suffolk County Animal Advisory Board is hereby ... One representative of the animal rights community. The terms ... as a representative of the animal rights community shall serve ... and/or inhumane treatment of animals. Studying all data, ... and/or inhumane treatment of animals and recommending to the ...
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  2. § 865-4 Registry of animal bite incidents.
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    ... the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals in Suffolk County (SPCA) is ... a registry of all reports of animal bite incidents forwarded to ... rabies inoculations for such animals involved in animal bite incidents. The SPCA ...
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  3. § A11-4 Evacuation of pets and animals.
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    ... registry of all pet stores, animal hospitals, and kennels in ... plans and/or registries of animals on site with local fire departments by pet stores, animal hospitals and kennels to ... safe evacuation of pets and animals in the event of a fire or explosion in a pet store, animal hospital or kennel. Work with ...
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  4. § 299-59 Primary animal enclosure requirements for pet dealers.
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    Any primary animal enclosure used to house an animal offered for sale, trade, or ... house a maximum of four animals. The required floor space for each animal in an enclosure shall be the ... (length of the largest animal in inches measured from nose ... in square feet. For a single animal housed in an enclosure alone, ...
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  5. § 865-5 Filing of animal bite incident reports.
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    ... a copy of all reports of animal bite incidents reported to it ... and also to the animal control shelter in the town ... an incident that involves an animal bite shall send a copy of its ... to the SPCA and also to the animal control shelter in the town ... for Prevention of Cruelty to Animals, and 550-8.2, Process ...
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  6. 299-43{4} FEEDER ANIMAL
    Any animal sold to be used as food for other animals. This definition shall include, but not be limited to, mice, chicks and crickets.
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  7. 302-19{1} ANIMAL
    Shall refer only to dogs and cats.
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  8. 299-43{1} ANIMAL
    Any live mammal, bird, or reptile, but shall not include feeder animals. [Amended 9-15-2011 by L.L. No. 50-2011 ]
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  9. § 302-8 Rules and regulations.
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    ... and regulations shall cover animal housing, animal care and feeding, animal disease control, animal cleaning, animal euthanasia and disposal of dead animals.
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  10. Ch 865 Animals
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    [HISTORY: Adopted by the Suffolk County Legislature as indicated in article histories. Amendments noted where applicable.] GENERAL REFERENCES Animals — See Ch. 299 . Animal shelters and kennels — See Ch. 302 . Parks and park facilities — See Ch. 643 .
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  11. Ch 299 Animals
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    ... at the end of this chapter.] GENERAL REFERENCES Animal shelters and kennels — See Ch. 302 . Pet ... and crematoriums — See Ch. 370 , Art. I . Animals — See Ch. 865 .
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  12. 299-26{1} ANIMAL ABUSE CRIME
    ... enumerated crimes against an animal: animal fighting, as defined in the ... torturing and injuring animals; failure to provide proper ... § 353; aggravated cruelty to animals, as defined in AML § 353-a; abandonment of animals, as defined in AML § 355; ... and drink to an impounded animal, as defined in AML § 356; ...
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  13. 302-2{1} ANIMAL CRUELTY CRIME
    ... enumerated crimes against an animal: animal fighting, as defined in New ... torturing and injuring animals; failure to provide proper ... § 353; aggravated cruelty to animals, as defined in AML § 353-a; abandonment of animals, as defined in AML § 355; ... and drink to an impounded animal, as defined in AML § 356; ...
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  14. § 299-44 Requirements.
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    ... to purchase or adopt an animal in Suffolk County shall provide an animal shelter or pet dealer with a ... prior to purchase. Any animal shelter or pet dealer ... to purchase or adopt an animal against the Animal Abuser Registry.
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  15. 302-2{10} FOSTER HOME
    ... care are provided for animals held by an animal shelter or animal rescue. The legal address of an animal rescue shall not be ... no more than 23 distinct animals in a given year. [Added ...
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  16. § 299-45 Prohibitions.
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    No animal shelter or pet dealer operating in Suffolk County shall knowingly sell, offer, deliver or provide an animal to any person registered on the Suffolk County Animal Abuser Registry.
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  17. 302-12{1} BOARDING KENNEL, BUSINESS OR ESTABLISHMENT
    Any facility other than an animal shelter where ownership of the animal is not transferred and such animals are sheltered, harbored or maintained in return for a fee.
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  18. 299-1{2} ANIMAL SHELTER
    Any municipally owned or operated facility maintained for the confinement of dogs and other animals. [Amended 6-14-1988 by L.L. No. 24-1988 ]
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  19. 299-1{1} ANIMAL
    All species of mammals, except humans, and all species of birds.
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  20. 299-7{7} SUFFOLK COUNTY SPCA
    The Suffolk County Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals.
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  21. 299-43{3} BREEDER
    Any person who breeds nine or more animals per year.
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  22. 299-57{5} CAT
    An animal of the genus Felis of the family Felidae.
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  23. 299-57{6} DOG
    An animal of the genus Canis of the family Canidae.
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  24. 299-57{8} HAMSTER
    An animal of the family Cricetidae, subfamily Cricetinae. [Added 10-5-2016 by L.L. No. 28-2016 ]
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  25. 299-67{7} PET
    Any dog, cat or other animal accepted for grooming or styling.
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  26. 302-2{12} PRIMARY ENCLOSURE
    Any physical structure or barrier of any kind, which may be a kennel, pen or cage, in which an animal or animals are held for display, or in which an animal or animals are confined for normal living purposes. [Amended 10-8-1985 by L.L. No. 31-1985 ]
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  27. § 302-7 Requirements and restrictions.
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    ... with the following: Any animal shelter or animal rescue and any of its records ... home locations used by animal shelters or animal rescues. Every animal on the animal shelter or animal rescue property shall be ... including stray or unwanted animals, ...
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  28. § 302-20 Requirements and restrictions.
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    ... shall be performed in an animal shelter only in accordance ... and Markets Law. No animal shall be euthanized within 72 hours of the animal being taken in by the animal shelter, and the animal shall be placed within the general population of the animal shelter and made available ...
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  29. § 299-42 Legislative intent.
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    ... finds and determines that animal cruelty is a serious problem, ... in the abuse of thousands of animals each year in the United ... a leading role in protecting animals from abuse by creating an ... of persons convicted of animal abuse crimes. This ... that people who have abused animals in the past are likely to do ...
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  30. § 299-4 Authority of law enforcement officers.
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    ... officer, peace officer or animal control officer of the County ... of Suffolk who finds an animal in a motor vehicle in ... liability, to remove the animal. The person so removing the animal shall take said animal or cause said animal to be delivered to the ...
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  31. 446-2{1} INVASIVE NONNATIVE AQUATIC ANIMAL
    Any animal that is not native to Long Island or the northeastern United States, including, but not limited to, the species Chann argus (northern snakehead) or Dreissena polymorpha (zebra mussel).
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  32. 299-57{2} ANIMAL
    A cat, a dog, a hamster, a guinea pig, or a rabbit. [Amended 10-5-2016 by L.L. No. 28-2016 ]
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  33. 299-57{7} GUINEA PIG
    An animal of the genus Cavia of the family Caviidae, subfamily Caviinae. [Added 10-5-2016 by L.L. No. 28-2016 ]
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  34. 299-57{12} RABBIT
    An animal of the Leporidae family of the Lagomorpha order. [Added 10-5-2016 by L.L. No. 28-2016 ]
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  35. 302-2{2} ANIMAL RESCUE
    ... abandoned or otherwise unwanted animals for the purpose of facilitating adoption and houses such animals at either a centralized facility or ... gives away or barters more than 24 animals per year. [Added 10-5-2016 by ...
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  36. 302-2{14} PROPERLY SHELTERED
    ... of shelter suitable to the breed and age of the animal, in structures which are structurally sound, clean and sufficient to protect the animal from detriment to its well-being and which ... control and sufficient space to allow the animal to move about in a comfortable manner. [Amended ...
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  37. § 865-12 Rating program established.
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    The Animal Protection Rating Program is hereby established ... pet store located in Suffolk County that sells animals or any pet groomer that operates in Suffolk ... supporting documentation, to the Suffolk County Animal Protection Rating Board.
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  38. 299-57{10} PET DEALER
    ... for sale of more than nine animals per year for profit to the ... who sell or offer to sell animals; except a breeder who sells ... to consumers fewer than 25 animals per year that are born and ... to the care of unwanted animals which make such animals available for adoption, ...
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  39. 299-43{2} ANIMAL SHELTER
    ... for the purpose of harboring animals which may be stray, unwanted, ... permanent homes for such animals. For the purpose of this article, the term "animal shelter" shall not apply to a ... where the ownership of the animal is not transferred; a ... as a "pet store," where animals are offered for sale as all ...
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  40. § 302-1 Legislative findings and purpose.
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    ... harmful treatment of any animal is inconsistent with the ... investigations of certain animal shelters within the County of ... to stray and unwanted pet animals maintained within animal shelters. Therefore, the ... such stray and unwanted pet animals within ...
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  41. 302-19{2} ANIMAL SHELTER
    ... for the harboring of animals which may be stray, unwanted, ... of this article, the term "animal shelter" shall not apply to a ... where the ownership of the animal is not transferred; a ... as a "pet store," where animals are offered for sale as all or part of a business; an animal hospital owned, operated or ...
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  42. 302-2{13} PROPERLY FED
    ... food appropriate for the breed and age of the animal and sufficient to maintain a reasonable level of nutrition in each animal, which is served in a receptacle, dish or ... so that agents injurious to the health of the animal have been removed and destroyed to the greatest ...
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  43. 299-20{2} DOG CONTROL OFFICER
    Any dog control officer or any animal control officer in any town or other municipality in Suffolk County.
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  44. § 299-32 Applicability.
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    This article shall apply to all persons convicted of animal abuse crimes on or after the effective date of this article.
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  45. 299-35{3} PET
    Any domesticated animal kept for pleasure, not utility, and normally maintained in or near the household of the owner thereof.
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  46. 299-43{7} PET STORE
    Any facility of an individual, firm, partnership, corporation, company or other entity who or which offers animals for sale as all or part of a business.
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  47. § 302-21 Penalties for offenses.
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    Any animal shelter that violates any provision of this article shall be liable for a civil penalty of $500 for each violation.
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  48. 370-2{6} PET
    Any domesticated animal kept for pleasure, not utility, and normally maintained in or near the household of the owner thereof.
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  49. § 299-25 Legislative intent.
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    ... finds and determines that animal cruelty is a serious problem, ... in the abuse of thousands of animals each year in the United ... the cruel treatment of animals, animal abuse continues to occur in ... individuals who abuse animals are more likely to commit ...
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  50. 299-43{6} PET DEALER
    ... or other entity who or which sells or offer for sale more than nine animals in any given calendar year. This definition shall include pet stores, as ... article, and breeders who sell or offer to sell directly to the consumer animals born and raised on the breeder's residential premises.
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  51. § 299-49 Legislative intent.
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    ... the health and welfare of animals residing in the County. This ... finds and determines that animal owners will sometimes tie their animals to a stationary object out of ... owners, however, leave their animals tied to a stationary object ... This Legislature finds that animals left tied to an object ...
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  52. 302-2{3} ANIMAL SHELTER
    ... for the harboring of animals which may be stray, unwanted, ... of this article, the term "animal shelter" shall not apply to a ... owned or operated animal harboring facility; a ... where the ownership of the animal is not transferred; a ... as a "pet store," where animals are offered for sale as all ...
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  53. 647-1{2} PEST
    ... rodent, fungus or weed. Any other form of terrestrial or aquatic or animal life or virus, bacteria or other microorganism (except viruses, bacteria or other microorganisms on or in living man or other living animals) which the Commissioner of the New York State Department of Environmental ...
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  54. § 865-1 Agreement with SPCA authorized.
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    ... with the Suffolk County Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals, Inc. (SPCA) whereby the Society shall develop and administer a program in ... dog ownership and shall investigate violations involving cruelty to animals and enforce such laws within Suffolk County.
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  55. § 865-23 Annual report.
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    ... by the Board during the preceding year, describing ongoing issues of animal and pet welfare in Suffolk County, and provide recommendations to improve animal and pet welfare in the County.
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  56. § 299-8 Compulsory vaccination.
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    ... Veterinarians' Compendium of Animal Rabies Control. All ... Veterinarians' Compendium of Animal Rabies Control or within one week from acquisition of an animal, whichever is later. The ... identification on said animal signifying that the animal has been properly inoculated ...
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  57. § 299-19 Legislative intent.
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    ... attacks by dogs on domestic animals such as domesticated sheep, ... Conservation, when such animals are lawfully in a place. This ... address dog attacks on other animals such as dogs and cats. This ... that the recent spate of animal attack incidents requires ... greater latitude to local animal control officers to protect ...
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  58. Ch 865 Art I Responsible Dog Ownership Program; Animal Cruelty Prevention; Animal Bites Registry
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    [Adopted 11-21-1995 by Res. No. 1083-1995 (Ch. 550, Art. II, of the 1985 Code)]
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  59. § 299-56 Legislative intent.
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    ... care and treatment of the animals they sell, with some treating their animals like extended family while ... their treatment of newborn animals and the way they breed new ... facilities that expose animals to inhuman and unsafe living ... a pet store cares for the animals it sells or how the ...
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  60. § 299-27 Creation of registry.
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    ... living in Suffolk County who are convicted of an animal abuse crime. The Commissioner of the Suffolk ... with qualified organizations dedicated to animal rights, rescue and/or preventing animal abuse to establish and maintain a publicly ...
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  61. Ch 865 Art V Animal and Pet Advisory Board
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    [Adopted 2-3-2015 by Res. No. 22-2015 ]
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  62. Ch 299 Art IV Animal Abuse Offenders Registry
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    [Adopted 10-12-2010 by L.L. No. 55-2010 (Ch. 207, Art. IV, of the 1985 Code)]
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  63. Ch 302 Art I Animal Shelters and Rescues
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    [Adopted 7-5-1984 by L.L. No. 16-1984 (Ch. 216, Art. I, of the 1985 Code)]
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  64. § 299-29 Fees.
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    Every person required to register with the Animal Abuse Registry must pay an annual fee of $50 to the Suffolk County Police Department. These funds will be used to pay the administrative costs of maintaining the registry.
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  65. § 299-58 General requirements.
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    No animal shall be offered for sale, ... or pet store unless the animal is at least eight weeks old, ... pet store shall transfer an animal to an individual or entity as an adoption unless the animal was sourced from a municipal ... breeders and brokers. Animals shall not be sourced from ...
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  66. 302-2{5} BROKER
    Any person who imports, buys, sells or trades cats, dogs, kittens or puppies in wholesale channels. Brokers are not required to take physical possession of the animals to be deemed as such. [Added 10-5-2016 by L.L. No. 30-2016 ]
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  67. 302-2{15} PROPERLY WATERED
    The provision of constant access to a supply of clean, fresh, potable water in a sanitary manner or the provision of such access at intervals suitable for the breed and age of the animal.
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  68. § 865-13 Purpose of program.
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    This program will rate stores and pet groomers to reflect the quality of care provided to animals by the pet store or pet groomer as well as sourcing breeders.
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  69. § 865-19 Purpose.
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    The Suffolk County Animal and Pet Advisory Board ("the Board") ... and Pet Stores. with a focus on animal health and welfare at pet stores in ... County's laws regarding pets and animals; Advise the County on animal and pet welfare issues; and Update ...
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  70. § 299-60 Exemption.
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    Pet dealers and pet stores may use animal enclosures that are stacked three enclosures high if they were purchased ... this article's effective date. All other requirements associated with animal enclosures shall remain in effect.
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  71. § 302-5 Permit term, fee, renewal and conditions.
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    ... for renewal of an animal shelter or animal rescue permit shall be made ... of any permit issued to an animal shelter or animal rescue shall be maintained at all locations where animals are housed, as well as at any events held by the animal shelter or ...
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  72. Ch 302 Animal Shelters and Kennels
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    ... at the end of this chapter.] GENERAL REFERENCES Animals — See Ch. 299 . Pet cemeteries and crematoriums — See Ch. 370 , Art. I . Animals — See Ch. 865 .
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  73. § 299-2 Confinement in motor vehicles.
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    ... dominion or control of an animal shall place or confine such animal or allow it to be placed or ... health or well-being of such animal due to heat, lack of water or ... shall place or confine an animal or permit an animal to be placed or confined or ... health or well-being of such animal due to heat, lack of water or ...
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  74. Ch 299 Attachment 1 - Uncodified Local Law Provisions
    ... check the name of potential animal purchasers against the Suffolk County Animal Abuse Registry prior to selling certain animal. This Legislature also finds ... were raised that some of the animals covered under this law were ... at risk for abuse and other animals not covered under this law ...
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  75. § 299-28 Registration requirements.
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    ... and are convicted of an animal abuse crime on or after the ... with the Suffolk County Animal Abuse Registry at a Suffolk ... and are convicted of an animal abuse crime shall be notified ... to register with the Animal Abuse Registry shall submit: ... person registered with the Animal Abuse Registry shall update ...
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  76. § 299-6 Legislative intent.
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    ... epidemic of rabies among animals ever recorded by any state in ... with a total of 1,761 rabid animals, a number that undercounts the epidemic since many animals die unseen or are not ... the control of the domestic animal population is the ... a fifty-percent increase in animal bite investigations involving ...
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  77. Ch 302 Attachment 1 - Uncodified Local Law Provisions
    ... with people harboring such animals in their homes and ... recently brought to a town animal shelter under false pretenses ... have been avoided if the animal shelter had waited even a few ... is in the best interest of animal owners and the general public to require animal shelters to hold dogs and ...
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  78. § 302-11 Legislative intent.
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    ... for certain common diseases before such animals are placed in boarding kennels, Suffolk County ... diseases and help improve the health of these animals. Therefore, the purpose of this article is to prevent the spread of disease in the domestic animal population by regulating boarding kennels, ...
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  79. 299-20{1} DANGEROUS DOG
    ... or in part for the purpose of attacking a human being or domestic animal on command; or any dog which attacks or bites another dog, cat, or animal peaceably conducting itself in any place in which it may lawfully be prese ...
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  80. § 370-1 Legislative intent.
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    ... that recent allegations regarding the improper disposition of dead pet animals and misleading and deceptive business practices by a local pet cemetery have highlighted the potential for animal abuse, consumer fraud and health hazards in the pet burial field. This ...
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  81. § 299-24 Enforcement.
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    The existing contract with the Suffolk County Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals (SPCA) shall be amended to authorize the SPCA to enforce this article, including the establishment ...
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  82. § 299-31 Penalties for offenses.
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    Any person required to register with the Animal Abuse Registry who fails to do so shall be charged with a Class A misdemeanor and shall be punished by incarceration in a correctional facility for not more than one year and/or a fine of up to $1,000.
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  83. 299-57{4} BROKER
    Any person who imports, buys, sells or trades cats, dogs, rabbits, hamsters, guinea pigs, kittens, puppies, or bunnies in wholesale channels. Brokers are not required to take physical possession of the animals to be deemed as such. [Amended 10-5-2016 by L.L. No. 28-2016 ]
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  84. § 302-6 Fines; denial, suspension or revocation of permits.
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    ... for a permit. Operation of an animal shelter or animal rescue without obtaining a permit ... continued operation of such animal shelter or animal rescue under a suspended or revoked ...
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  85. § 302-13 Proof of vaccination required for dogs and cats.
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    ... unless the owner of such animal provides to such facility a current ... veterinarian stating that such animal has been vaccinated against rabies, ... unless the owner of such animal provides to such facility a current ... veterinarian stating that such animal has been vaccinated against rabies ...
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  86. 433-5{7} SEWAGE
    The water-carried human or animal wastes from residences, buildings, industrial establishments or other places, together with such ...
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  87. § 446-1 Legislative intent.
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    ... nonnative aquatic plants and animals can displace native species and ... that these invasive plants and animals can negatively impact agriculture, ... nonnative aquatic plant and animal species from causing damage to any ... nonnative aquatic plants and animals in any ecosystem in Suffolk County.
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  88. § 446-3 Prohibitions.
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    ... in whatever capacity and for whatever purpose, anything containing an invasive nonnative aquatic animal or an invasive nonnative aquatic plant as defined herein.
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  89. 459-8{4} FERTILIZER
    ... one or more essential plant nutrients. The term "fertilizer" does not include unmanipulated animal and vegetable manure and agricultural liming materials used to reduce soil acidity.
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  90. § 299-12 Emergency provisions.
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    ... rabies exists in terrestrial animals in Suffolk County, it shall ... of a dog or cat to allow the animal to be at large any place ... the person, except that the animal may be confined to the ... rabies exists in terrestrial animals in Suffolk County, any duly appointed animal control officer, peace ...
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  91. § 865-15 Rating Board.
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    A Suffolk County Animal Protection Rating Board is ... on the care and treatment of animals in their store, at the breeders they purchase animals from or while grooming animals. The Suffolk County Animal Protection Rating Board shall ... the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals; A representative of a ...
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  92. § 310-1 Legislative intent.
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    ... that marine life and animals ingest these balloons as they ... Legislature finds that since animals and marine life are not able ... of which will sentence these animals and marine life to a painful ... endangering marine and animal life. Therefore, the purpose ... the health and life of animals, birds, and fish.
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  93. Ch 446 Art I Waste Containing Invasive Nonnative Aquatic Plants and Animals
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    [Adopted 11-22-2005 by L.L. No. 34-2005 (Ch. 278A, Art. I, of the 1985 Code)]
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  94. § 865-20 Membership.
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    ... of the Suffolk County Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals (SCSPCA); A representative of one Long Island based animal welfare organization, to be appointed by the County Legislature; A ...
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  95. Ch 865 865b Pet Groomer
    ... and/or well-being of the animals in the pet groomer’s ... characteristics of the animals within each pet groomer and ... for the particular type of animals being groomed. The groomer’s ... refers to the Suffolk County Animal Protection Rating Board as ... the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals; 3. A representative of a ...
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  96. § 299-9 Exemptions.
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    ... confined to the premises of an incorporated society devoted to the care of lost, stray or homeless animals. For which vaccination against rabies would adversely affect the animal's health, as determined by ...
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  97. § 299-46 Penalties for offenses.
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    Any animal shelter or pet dealer who violates this article shall be guilty of a violation and subject to a ...
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  98. 302-2{8} DANGEROUS DOG
    ... harbored, or trained primarily or in part for the purpose of attacking a human being or domestic animal on command. [Added 2-23-1999 by L.L. No. 9-1999 ]
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  99. § 299-10 Certification of vaccination.
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    Town municipal animal shelters or veterinarians providing treatment or ... exemption cannot be verified, the town municipal animal shelter or veterinarian shall provide to the pet ... specified in this article. The town municipal animal shelter or veterinarian who either administered ...
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  100. § 302-3 Permit required; dangerous dog restrictions.
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    ... ] No person shall operate an animal shelter or animal rescue in the County of ... the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals (SPCA) shall be amended to ... to properly train such animals due to their inherent ... who has been convicted of an animal cruelty crime shall be issued ...
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  101. § 299-11 Affordable Rabies Program; feral cats; forms and notices; provision of staff to perform inoculations.
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    ... and the 10 town municipal animal shelters to provide low-cost ... and town municipal animal shelters and to include ... to be used by bona fide animal societies, town municipal or ... that the respective animal has been inoculated in ... forms to the owners of those animals determined at the time of the ...
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  102. § 299-53 Penalties for offenses.
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    ... Individuals found guilty of a third or subsequent offense may be subject to a forfeiture of the animal, at the discretion of the court which so adjudicates their guilt.
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  103. § 302-4 Fines; required hearing; applications.
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    ... for a permit; Operation of an animal shelter or animal rescue, or ownership or possession ... continued operation of such animal shelter or animal rescue under a suspended or revoked ...
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  104. § 433-3 Applicability.
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    ... for the transport or transit of agricultural trucks, machines or implements or dairy or domestic animals or agricultural stock with any accompanying reasonable or unavoidable deposit of such materials. ...
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  105. 542-1{10} STOCK-KEEPING UNIT
    ... or mixed, whether simple or compound, used or intended for consumption by human beings or domestic animals normally kept as household pets, and all substances or ingredients to be added thereto for any ...
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  106. 672-2{12} SEXUAL PERFORMANCE
    ... person. Contact between a person's mouth, anus or genitals and the mouth, anus or genitals of an animal or fowl. Manipulation of a person's genitals. Actual or simulated sexual intercourse, deviate ...
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  107. § 299-21 Destruction permitted; complaints and determinations; restraints.
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    ... shall attack any domestic animal, as defined in § 299-20 of this article, while such animal is in any place where it may ... or injury of such domestic animal, destroy such dog while so ... of an attack upon a domestic animal to a dog control officer of ... was sustained by a domestic animal under the dominion and ...
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  108. § 299-22 Penalties for offenses.
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    ... permits his or her dog to bite a domestic animal causing physical injury shall be subject to a ... to state or local law, to bite a domestic animal, or a person, causing serious physical injury, ... kill or cause the death of any domestic animal, or a person, who is peaceably conducting itself, ...
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  109. 274-3{3} RIGHT TO FARM
    ... flowers and seeds. This right to farm shall also include the right to use land for grazing by animals, subject to the restrictions for intensive fowl or livestock farms. The foregoing uses and ...
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  110. § 299-15 Penalties for offenses.
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    ... have bitten a person. When the dog or cat is reported to have bitten another domestic warm-blooded animal.
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  111. 647-1{1} ANTIMICROBIAL PESTICIDE
    ... intended to inhibit the growth of, or destroy, fungi (including yeasts) pathogenic to man or other animals on inanimate surfaces. Commodity preservatives and protectants to inhibit the growth of or destroy ...
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  112. § 865-16 Rating procedure.
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    ... and receive a rating on a scale to be established by the Suffolk County Animal Protection Rating Criteria Committee for pet stores, which compares said ... Affairs shall post a list of all pet stores in Suffolk County that sell animals and shall include the rating for each participating pet store or a ...
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  113. Ch 865 865a Pet Store Rating
    ... check the Suffolk County Animal Abuser Registry before ... through a partnering animal shelter or rescue ... currently charged with animal cruelty or abuse? ... 1:2 07 - 01 - 2014 ANIMALS Does the breeder allow ... currently charged with animal abuse or cruelty? ...
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  114. § 865-14 Rating Committee.
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    ... representative from the American Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals; A representative from a Long-Island-based animal welfare organization, to be selected by the County Legislature; A ...
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  115. § 299-66 Legislative intent.
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    ... appearance, health or well-being, entrusting them to the care of professionals skilled in styling animals. This Legislature finds that pet groomers provide their services in fixed storefronts and mobile ...
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  116. § 427-12 Legislative intent.
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    ... of "organic" is commonly understood by the public as natural substances derived from plants or animals using no synthetic fertilizers or pesticides. The second definition is technical, defining any ...
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  117. § 463-7 Application for film permit.
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    ... or person conducting the activity. The exact number of personnel to be involved. Use of any animals or pyrotechnics. The exact amount/type of vehicles/equipment to be involved. If a student film, a ...
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  118. § 692-1 Legislative intent.
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    ... and smaller toxic bits that contaminate soil and waterways and enter into the food web when animals accidentally ingest those materials. This Legislature further finds that plastic shopping bags are ...
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  119. § 643-4 Prohibited acts.
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    ... permit any horses, cattle, livestock or domestic animals of any kind in or on any parkland, except that a ... for any events involving horses, dogs, etc. No animals shall be allowed at large except as provided in ... catch, injure or pursue any wild birds or wild animals except as authorized by the Commissioner. Play ...
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  120. Ch 149 149a Uncod LL Pro
    ... is also associated with disruption of circadian rhythms and melatonin secretion in humans and animals. Disruption of these functions can change the instinctual habits of wildlife living near such light ...
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  121. § 370-4 Prohibited activities.
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    ... wherein the personal services to be furnished shall not be delivered until the death of the animal in question, shall be treated as trust funds in the possession of such person and shall be ...
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  122. § 765-1 Legislative intent.
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    ... into groundwater and nearby waterways and enter the run-off stream from coal tar sealed asphalt. Animals exposed to PAHs in water, including frogs and insects, have shown stunted growth, with most dying ...
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  123. § 792-21 Legislative intent.
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    ... is easily absorbed through the skin and some flavors may be enticing to small children and animals. Even a small spill of liquid nicotine onto the hands or other body part of an adult, child or ...
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  124. § 523-10 Imposition of tax; exemptions.
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    ... for religious, charitable or educational purposes or for the prevention of cruelty to children or animals, and no part of the net earnings of which inures to the benefit of any private shareholder or ...
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  125. § DLL-1 Disposition of local laws.
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    ... § C23-18 26-2011 5-10-2011 Animals: restrictions on sales and ... , Art. I 50-2011 9-15-2011 Animal Abuse Offenders Registry ... Ch. 563 3-2012 12-6-2011 Animal Abuse Offenders Registry ... Ch. 441 4-2014 12-3-2013 Animal Abuse Offenders Registry ... Art. III 16-2016 6-21-2016 Animals: pet grooming businesses Ch. ...
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  126. § DT-1 Derivation Table of 1985 Code to 2011 Code
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    ... Operations Ch. 274 Ch. 207, Animals Ch. 299 Ch. 210, AIDS ... 294 , Art. III Ch. 216, Animal Shelters and Kennels Ch. 302 ... Board Ch. 860 Ch. 550, Animals Art. I, Anti-Rabies ... Dog Ownership Program; Animal Cruelty Prevention; Animal Bites Registry Ch. 865 , ...
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  127. § 647-10 Signs; notice requirements.
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    ... on the labels of such pesticide or pesticides that are pertinent to the protection of humans, animals or the environment, can be obtained by calling the National Pesticides Telecommunications Network ...
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  128. § DLR-1 Disposition of resolutions.
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    ... Ch. 948 , Art. X 21-2015 2-3-2015 Apprenticeship training amendment Ch. 869 22-2015 2-3-2015 Animal and Pet Advisory Board Ch. 865 , Art. V 36-2015 2-3-2015 Parks and recreation fees amendment Ch. ...
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  129. § C12-2 Programmatic expenses.
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    ... spaces where appropriate; Inventory of plants, animals and natural communities in Suffolk County; ... of Suffolk County's native species of plant, animals and natural communities; Land Protection Best ... manage, maintain or restore terrestrial plants, animals, and damaged habitats. Invasive species ...
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  130. § 370-3 Licensing requirements; operating restrictions.
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    ... areas and containers for food storage to prevent contamination from mold, insects and rodents. Animal and food wastes, bedding, debris and other organic wastes in any pet cemetery shall be disposed of ...
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  131. Ch 370 Cemeteries
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    ... provisions are included at the end of this chapter.] GENERAL REFERENCES Animals — See Chs. 299 and 865 . Animal shelters and kennels — See Ch. 302 . Consumer protection — See Ch. 387 .
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  132. Ch A Attachment 1 - Uncodified Local Law Provisions
    ADMINISTRATIVE CODE A Attachment 1 Suffolk County Uncodified Local Law Provisions Local Law No. 33-1988 also provided as follows: Section 2. Definitions. As used in this law: COUNTY AGENCY — Any County department or division, board, commission or bureau of any County department or any public...