[Adopted 3-2-1964 as Sec. 1-10 of the 1964 Code of Ordinances]
Whenever, in this Code or in any local law or resolution of the Village, any act is prohibited or is made or declared to be an offense, or whenever in this Code or in any local law or resolution the doing of any act is required or the failure to do any act is declared to be unlawful, where no specific penalty is provided therefor, the violation of any such local law or resolution shall constitute disorderly conduct and shall be punishable by a fine not exceeding $500 or by imprisonment not exceeding 90 days, or both, unless another penalty is provided by law or any chapter of this Code, and provided that for any violation of this Code to constitute disorderly conduct or be punishable by imprisonment, the service of the appearance ticket and/or summons issued therefor must be effected by personal delivery, or for any violation of the local zoning, building, and/or sanitation laws of this Code or of the codes of the State of New York regulating buildings and/or sanitation, by personal service pursuant to § 308 of the New York State Civil Practice Law and Rules, or by the person or entity charged therewith will have submitted to the jurisdiction of the court. Each day's violation shall be considered a separate and distinct offense.
[Amended 10-6-1997 by L.L. No. 9-1997; 11-6-2000 by L.L. No. 10-2000; 3-5-2007 by L.L. No. 2-2007; 3-5-2007 by L.L. No. 4-2007]
In addition to the penalty hereinabove provided, any condition caused or permitted to exist in violation of any of the provisions of this Code or any such ordinance or resolution shall be deemed a public nuisance and may be, by the village, abated as provided by law, and each day that such condition continues shall be regarded as a new and separate offense.