[HISTORY: Adopted by the Town Board of the Town of Tonawanda: Art. I, 7-15-1974 as Article I of Chapter 41 of the 1974 Code of the Town of Tonawanda; Art. II, 7-15-1974 as Article II of Chapter 41 of the 1974 Code of the Town of Tonawanda. Amendments noted where applicable.]
Dogs — See Ch. 71.
[Adopted 7-15-1974 as Article I of Chapter 41 of the 1974 Code of the Town of Tonawanda]
A person who intrudes upon any lot or piece of land, whether owned by the Town of Tonawanda or privately owned, within the bounds of the Town of Tonawanda, outside the corporate limits of the Village of Kenmore, without authority from the owner thereof or who erects or occupies thereon any house, shed, hut, tent, cabin or other structure whatever without such authority or a person who places, erects or occupies within the bounds of any street, avenue or other public place of the town any hut, tent or other structure without lawful authority or a person who without authority cuts, removes, causes to be removed or aids in removing from any lot or piece of land any tree or part thereof or any shrubs or flowers or who removes or causes to be removed from such lands any rock, stone, sand, soil or any personal property is guilty of a misdemeanor punishable by a fine not exceeding $100 for each offense or by imprisonment for not more than six months, or both.
This article shall apply to and be effective in that part of the Town of Tonawanda outside the corporate limits of the Village of Kenmore, Erie County, New York.
[Adopted 7-15-1974 as Article II of Chapter 41 of the 1974 Code of the Town of Tonawanda]
No person, firm, association, copartnership or corporation shall permit to run at large any horse or horses or any cattle, sheep, swine, fowls or other animals, which acts are hereby made unlawful.
No person, firm, association, copartnership or corporation shall trespass upon any public property of the Town of Tonawanda without permission therefor.
No person, firm, association, copartnership or corporation shall trespass upon any private property or lands upon which there shall be erected or posted a warning or notice forbidding trespassing thereon without the permission of the owner thereof.
Such signs or notices shall be not less than 11 inches square warning all persons against trespassing thereon, which notices shall be posted not more than 10 rods apart close to and along the entire boundary of such private property or lands, provided that if the lands so posted shall be less than 10 rods in length on any side, said lands shall be posted at the corners thereof.
[Amended 5-21-1984 by L.L. No. 8-1984]
Any violation by a person, firm or corporation of any provision of this article shall be deemed a violation punishable by a fine not to exceed $250 or by imprisonment for a period not to exceed 15 days, or both.
Any person who takes part in or assists in any violation of this article shall also be subject to the penalties provided herein.
Each day that a violation of this article is committed or permitted to exist shall constitute a separate offense.