Village of Pulaski, NY
Oswego County
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[HISTORY: Adopted by the Board of Trustees of the Village of Pulaski 3-4-1975 by L.L. No. 1-1975 as Ch. 65, Art. VII, of the 1975 Code. Amendments noted where applicable.]
GENERAL REFERENCES
Loitering — See Ch. 81.
No person shall make or assist in making any improper noise or any disturbance or commit any breach of the peace in the streets or public places of the Village; or disturb any congregation or any assembly of people met for religious worship by making a noise or engaging in any rude or indecent behavior, or by using any improper or profane language within a place of worship or so near the same as to disturb the order and solemnity of any meeting held for religious purposes; or use any profane, vulgar or obscene language or be guilty of any vulgar or obscene conduct in any street or place in the Village; or conduct himself in a boisterous, rude, unseemly or otherwise disorderly manner by either words or acts in any street or in or about the premises of any inhabitant of the Village with intent to or so as to abuse or annoy any other person or the citizens of the Village or any portion thereof or so as to disturb the peace and quiet of the Village or any portion thereof; and persons shall not collect in bodies or crowds in the streets of the Village or on any sidewalk thereon for any unlawful purpose or so as to obstruct the free passage thereon of other persons or vehicles or so as to annoy or disturb the citizens and no person shall become or be in a state of intoxication in any of the streets, lanes or public places of the Village or in any private house or place to the disturbance of the peace or the annoyance of any person; or invite or induce dogs or other animals to fight in any of the streets or public places of the Village; or expectorate or commit any nuisance upon any of the sidewalks, public steps, hallways or stairways within the limits of the Village.
No person shall have or keep or permit to be used in any building or place in the Village any roulette table, faro bank, shuffle board, keno table, wheel of fortune or any instrument or device or thing used for gambling purposes whereon, by, with or in which money, liquor or other articles shall in any manner be played for.
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Editor's Note: Amended at time of adoption of Code (see Ch. 1, General Provisions, Art. II).
No person shall occupy or maintain or be an inmate of or in any way connected with or in any way contribute to the support of any disorderly house or house of ill fame as proprietor or landlord of any such house or knowingly lease, rent or let any room or rooms to be used for the purpose of gaming or prostitution or for the resort of disorderly persons within the Village.
No person shall, unless covered by proper garments, swim or bathe in the waters of any canal, creek, or other public place exposed to the public view within the limits of the Village and no person shall bathe in any public reservoir within the limits of the Village used or maintained in connection with the water supply system of said Village. For the purposes of this section, "covered by proper garments" shall mean to be sufficiently covered so as not to come within the definition of nudity as defined in Subdivision 2 of § 235.20 of the Penal Law.
No person shall wilfully or intentionally give any false alarm of fire or be guilty of any insubordination or any disorderly conduct at any fire or conflagration in the Village or obstruct the operations of the Fire Department or wilfully neglect or refuse to obey or attempt to obstruct the execution of the orders of the Mayor or Trustees or of any officer of the Fire Department during such fire or conflagration.
No person shall immoderately lead or drive any horse or other animal whether attached to a public or private conveyance or other vehicle in any avenue, street or lane in the Village, or lead or drive any horse or ride a bicycle or motorcycle on any sidewalk, or permit any horse, carriage or other vehicle designed to be horsedrawn or motor propelled to be on any sidewalk or stand on any cross walk in the Village; or leave any horse or horses or other animals, except cats, in the street without being securely tied or hitched, or fasten any horse or other animal to any tree, shrub or fixture of any kind in any street or public place within the Village limits, or permit any such horse or animal to injure any such tree, shrub or fixture.
No person shall solicit alms in the Village for any purpose without the written permission of the Mayor.
No person shall play ball, knock or drive any ball or fly any kite in any public street or park in the Village other than such park or parks as may be maintained by the Village or school authorities for playground purposes or coast or slide down or upon any sidewalk or in any street upon any sled, sleigh, cart, coaster or board without permission from the Mayor.
Any person found guilty of a violation of the provisions of this chapter shall be punishable by a fine of not more than $250, imprisonment for not more than 15 days, or both such fine and imprisonment.
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Editor's Note: Added at time of adoption of Code (see Ch. 1, General Provisions, Art. II).