Private swimming pools may be erected or installed only as an accessory to a dwelling and for the private use of the owners or occupants and their families and guests.
Any swimming pool on any property having more than two family dwelling units shall comply with the provisions of this chapter in addition to any state and county regulations pertaining to public swimming pools.
A swimming pool shall not be erected nearer than six feet from the rear or side property line of the premises or six feet from any dwelling and shall not occupy more than 10% of the total area of the premises.
No swimming pool will be permitted forward of the front line of the house.
The provisions of this chapter relating to fencing shall apply to swimming pools in existence on the effective date of this chapter. A fence which encloses such a pool shall be deemed to comply with this chapter so long as the protection sought herein is not substantially reduced thereby. Owners of such pools shall be required to comply with the fencing requirements of this chapter within one year of the effective date of this chapter.
The Town Building and Zoning Inspector is hereby designated as the officer charged with enforcement of this chapter.
Upon denial by the Building and Zoning Inspector of an application for a building permit to construct a pool, a right of appeal is hereby given to such applicant to the Zoning Board of Appeals, said appeal to be taken in accordance with the provisions of Chapter, 225, Zoning, as amended.