Village of Greenport, NY
Suffolk County
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§ 150-13 Residence district regulations. [1]

A. 
Accessory buildings:
(1) 
An accessory building may be located in any required rear yard, provided that:
(a) 
Such building shall not exceed 15 feet in height.
(b) 
Such building shall be set back five feet from any lot line and shall not be located less than 10 feet from the principal building.
(c) 
All such buildings in the aggregate shall not occupy more than 30% of the area of the required rear yard.
(2) 
Accessory buildings constructed at the same time may be located in pairs or groups in the required rear yard along the common side lot line or rear lot line of contiguous lots.
(3) 
An accessory building on that portion of a lot not included in any required yard shall conform to the height regulations for principal buildings.
B. 
Corner lots.
(1) 
Obstruction to vision at street intersections. At all street intersections or driveway entrances in all residence districts, no obstructions to vision exceeding 30 inches in height above curb level shall be erected or maintained on any lot within the triangle formed by the street lines of such lot and a line drawn between points along such street lines 30 feet distant from their point of intersection.
(2) 
Rear and side yards. On a corner lot, front yards are required on both street frontages, and one yard other than the front yards shall be deemed to be a rear yard and the other or others to be side yards.
C. 
Exceptions to lot depth requirements. The required lot depth at any point may be decreased by 25% if the average lot depth conforms to the minimum requirement.
D. 
Exceptions to yard requirements.
(1) 
Permitted obstructions. Cornices or cantilevered roofs may project not more than three feet into a required yard. Belt courses, window sills and other ornamental features may project not more than six inches into a required yard. Fences or walls not over six and one-half (61/2) feet in height may be erected anywhere on the lot, except as set forth in Subsection B(1) above. Fences or walls with a height in excess of six and one-half (61/2) feet shall conform to the requirements set forth herein for buildings. Paved areas, other than such as are needed for access to the buildings on the lot, shall not project within 15 feet of a street line or four feet of a lot line.
(2) 
Entries and porticos. A roofed-over but unenclosed projection in the nature of an entry or portico, not more than eight feet wide and extending not more than six feet out from the front wall of the building, shall be exempt from front yard requirements when the building otherwise complies with all other yard restrictions of this chapter.
(3) 
Existing setback. No proposed one- or two-family dwelling need have a setback greater than the average setback of the two existing dwellings with the greatest setbacks within 200 feet on each side of said proposed dwelling, on the same side of the street and within the same block and the same district.
E. 
Existing small lots. A lot, owned individually and separately and separated in ownership from any adjoining tracts of land, which has a total lot area or lot width less than, prescribed in this chapter may be used for a one-family residence, provided that such lot shall he developed in conformity with all applicable district regulations.
(1) 
The total dimensions of both side yards for a principal building shall be computed on the basis of four-tenths (0.4) of the lot width; however, no side yard dimension shall be less than four-tenths (0.4) of the total dimensions of both side yards computed as aforesaid, and no side yard dimension shall be less than 10 feet.
(2) 
The total rear yard dimension for a principal building shall be computed on the basis of three-tenths (0.3) of the lot depth; however, no dimension for the rear yard of a principal building shall be less than 30 feet.
F. 
Fences in residence districts.
[Added 10-19-2006 by L.L. No. 5-2006]
(1) 
No fence or wall in a required front yard shall have a height greater than four feet.
(2) 
No fence or wall in a required rear or side yard she have a height greater than 6 1/2 feet:
(3) 
In no case shall any fence or wall have a height greater than 6 1/2 feet.
(4) 
All fences shall require a building permit as set forth in Chapter 65 of the Code.
(5) 
All fences to be erected will have a finished side of the fence facing toward adjoining neighboring property(ies).
(6) 
The height of a fence or wall shall be the vertical distance from any point on the top of the fence to the existing natural grade at the base of the fence at that point.
(7) 
The owner is required to certify that fence lies within property line.
[1]
Editor's Note: Amended at time of adoption of Code; see Ch. 1, General Provisions, Art. I.

§ 150-14 Nonresidential building regulations.

A. 
Waiver of yards. No side yard or rear yard shall be required where such premises abuts an operating railroad right-of-way.
B. 
Courts. The minimum dimension of an inner court shall not be less than twice the height of all surrounding walls. However, in no case shall an inner court have a dimension of less than 30 feet. The height of walls surrounding an inner court shall be measured from finished grade at the base thereof to the top of such walls, except that in the case of a roof with a slope exceeding five inches vertical to 12 inches horizontal, the height shall be measured to the mean point between the top of said wall and the highest point of the roof. The minimum dimension of an outer court shall be 20 feet, and its depth shall not exceed its width.
C. 
Existing setback. No proposed nonresidential building need have a setback greater than the average setback of the two existing nonresidential buildings with the greatest setbacks within 200 feet on each side of said proposed nonresidential building on the same side of the street and within the same block and the same district.
[Added 5-16-1996 by L.L. No. 3-1996]

§ 150-15 Sign regulations.

A. 
No sign, billboard, advertising display or structure, poster or device shall be erected, moved, enlarged or reconstructed except as expressly permitted in this chapter.
B. 
Each commercial building or structure shall be entitled to a sign or signs based on the formula set forth herein; where more than one commercial establishment occupies a building or structure, the permissible area shall be ascertained by allocation of the sign area on the basis of frontage of the particular establishment in relation to the whole building or structure, provided that second-floor establishments shall be restricted to not more than one nameplate at ground-floor level access and not more than two nameplates in second-floor windows, not in excess of four square feet each and nonilluminated, which sign area shall not be deducted from the above-permitted establishment sign area.
C. 
The area of a sign shall be the area of the largest rectangle required to enclose the sign or each face of a two-faced sign.
D. 
A sign is any advertising structure, display board, screen, structure, shadow box, poster, banner, pennant, cloth, bill, bulletin, printing, balloon or other device or object or part thereof used to announce, identify, declare, demonstrate, display or in any manner advertise or attract the attention of the public by means of words, letters, figures, colors, illumination or iridescence, publicly displayed out-of-doors or located indoors but directed out-of-doors and particularly illuminated, reflective or iridescent for the purpose of exterior display, or painted or permanently affixed to window glass. It shall not include traffic or directional signs erected or placed by the Village, state or county in connection with its governmental or proprietary functions. A sign may be single-faced or double-faced. The area of the face or side of a double-faced sign shall be deemed one-half (1/2) the area of the sign.
E. 
Permits for signs. No person, firm or corporation shall erect, post, affix or maintain any sign in the Village of Greenport, except as specifically permitted by this chapter, unless a permit therefor has been granted, in writing, and signed by the Mayor. A permit shall be granted for any sign complying with the requirements of this chapter upon filing an application with the Building Inspector and payment to the Village Clerk of a fee of $5. Every application for a sign permit shall be in writing, signed by the applicant, and shall be accompanied by a plan in duplicate showing the size of the sign, the exact width of the building or structure on which the sign is to be located, color, lighting, if any, and location of the proposed sign. One copy of the plan shall be returned to the applicant upon the issuance of the permit.
F. 
Temporary signs. Permits shall be issued without payment of fee for temporary signs for public benefit, educational, religious and charitable uses, provided that such temporary signs shall not exceed an area of 32 square feet and shall not be used or maintained for a period exceeding 20 days. No permits shall be issued for temporary signs to be posted on or attached to utility poles or trees. Permits for small temporary and directional signs may be issued by the Building Inspector in his discretion upon written application by letter therefor, indicating the nature of the sign and the quantity to be erected.
G. 
Prohibited signs.
(1) 
No sign shall be erected, affixed or maintained upon a roof of any building or structure, except at the cornice of the roof of a one-story commercial or industrial building, which sign shall not exceed 24 inches in height above the cornice.
(2) 
No flashing, mobile, directly illuminated or reflecting, cloth or flyer signs shall be erected, affixed or maintained, and the source of any exterior illumination shall not be visible across property lines.
H. 
Commercial signs. Commercial signs, facing public streets only, shall be permitted only in districts zoned for retail commercial, general commercial and waterfront commercial uses and shall advertise only the business conducted on the premises upon which the same shall be placed or maintained. Such signs shall not exceed an area of 11/2 square feet for each horizontal foot of the wall to which they are attached, nor project more than 1/2 foot from such wall, nor shall the top of such signs be more than 20 feet above the ground level.
I. 
Detached and ground signs; off-street business directional signs.
(1) 
Detached and ground signs, except professional and temporary signs, shall be permitted only in districts zoned for retail commercial, general commercial and waterfront commercial. Such signs shall not exceed a total area of 24 square feet and shall advertise only the business conducted on the premises upon which the same shall be placed or maintained, and the top of the same shall be not more than 10 feet above the ground level.
(2) 
Pylon or pole signs shall be permitted only at gasoline or service stations and shall not exceed an area of 30 square feet, excluding supports, and the top of the same shall not exceed 20 feet in height above the ground level.
(3) 
Businesses which are not located on Front Street, Main Street or Third Street. south of Front Street may have one or more directional sign(s) on either Front Street, Main Street or Third Street, south of Front Street. Applications for such off-street business directional sign(s) must be approved by the Planning Board. Such off-street business directional sign(s) shall be limited to 8 inches x 24 inches in size. The sign(s) shall only be installed by the Greenport Public Works Department for a fee of $50 per location. The sign(s) shall be licensed for a period of two years, and such license(s) shall be renewed upon expiration. When the business is discontinued the sign(s) will be taken down.
[Added 8-16-2001 by L.L. No. 5-2001]
J. 
Marquees and signs thereon. No marquee shall hereafter be erected over any public street or sidewalk in the Village.
K. 
Existing signs. All signs in the Village of Greenport at the time of the adoption of this chapter which do not conform to the provisions hereof may be maintained hereafter, but if any major change, modification, structural repair or replacement thereof is hereafter made, such sign shall thereafter conform to the provisions of this chapter, provided that a legal nonconforming sign may not be replaced by another nonconforming sign.
L. 
Regulations regarding overhead signs.
[Added 6-27-2011 by L.L. No. 6-2011[1]]
(1) 
Overhead signs over sidewalks shall be permitted in the General Commercial, Waterfront Commercial and Retail Commercial Zoning Districts only, and only where there are sidewalks present.
(2) 
For all businesses where there is only one business in the building, each business shall be permitted one overhead sign.
(3) 
In the event that there is more than one business in a building, the building will be permitted one sign, and the businesses in the building must share the sign for that building.
(4) 
Overhead signs shall be limited to an area of two square feet or less on each side, and may be two sides (front and back) only.
(5) 
Overhead signs must be initially approved by the Village Planning Board. The Village Planning Board will set standards for overhead signs, and each application to the Village Planning Board will contain eight color copies of both sides of the proposed plan, in not less than one-inch-equals-four-inches scale. The Planning Board will decide on the appropriateness of each sign and the conformance of each sign with the standards that will be set by that Board.
(6) 
A license shall be required for each overhead sign, and the license will be issued upon the business owner providing proof of Planning Board approval, providing proof of required insurance coverage for the sign, and payment of the required fee in full.
(7) 
The business owner shall obtain and provide the Village with a certificate of liability insurance in the amount of not less than $500,000 naming the Village of Greenport as additional insured. In the event that the insurance coverage or policy expires or is terminated during the term of a license, the license will be automatically terminated.
(8) 
The fee for a license shall be $50 for one square foot of sign facing and $100 for two square feet. The license must be renewed each year with a new fee paid in full each year.
(9) 
In the event of a sale of a business, the new business owner is required to obtain a new sign license, including providing proof of insurance coverage, and pay a new sign fee.
(10) 
Any overhead sign which is existing in the Village of Greenport on the date of the filing of this local law[2] and which has been approved by the Village of Greenport shall be grandfathered with regard to Planning Board approval and shall not require new Planning Board approval, but will require a license.
[2]
Editor's Note: "This local law" refers to L.L. No. 6-2011, adopted 6-27-2011.
[1]
Editor's Note: This local law also provided for the redesignation of former Subsection L as Subsection M.
M. 
Enforcement.
(1) 
Any sign erected or maintained in violation of any of the provisions of this chapter shall be removed within 10 days after service of written notice in person or by mail upon the owner of such sign or any other person responsible for the property upon which the sign is maintained, or upon the agent or legal representative of such owner or other responsible person. Such notice shall specify the nature of the violation and shall be signed by the Mayor, Building Inspector or such other official of the Village as the Board of Trustees shall designate. Failure to comply with such notice shall be deemed a violation.
(2) 
For every violation of the provisions of this chapter pertaining to signs or for a failure to comply with a notice of violation issued by the Building Inspector, the owner, builder, contractor or their agents or any person who commits, takes part in or assists in any such violation or who shall fail to comply with a notice of violation issued by the Building Inspector shall be guilty of a violation and, upon conviction, shall be punishable as provided in § 150-24.
[Amended 5-16-1996 by L.L. No. 3-1996]

§ 150-16 Parking and loading regulations.

A. 
Off-street parking requirements. Off-street parking spaces, open or enclosed, are permitted accessory to any use, subject to the following provisions:
(1) 
Schedule of parking requirements. Accessory off-street parking spaces, open or enclosed, shall be provided for any use as specified below, for land which is unimproved within the CR and WC Districts, and for all other land in all other districts, improved or unimproved. Land within the CR and WC Districts which is improved as of January 1, 1991, shall be entirely exempt from off-street parking requirements and from payments in lieu thereof. Any land which is developed as a unit under single ownership and control shall be considered a single lot for the purpose of these parking regulations. Reasonable and appropriate off-street parking requirements for structures and uses which do not fall within the categories listed below shall be determined by the Planning Board upon consideration of all factors entering into the parking needs of each such use.
[Amended 11-15-1990 by L.L. No. 4-1990]
Use
Required Parking Spaces
Places of worship, libraries and other public buildings
1 space for each 200 square feet of floor area, but not less than 1 space for each 5 seats, where provided
Golf courses and other country clubs
1 space for each 2 members or 2 accommodations, such as lockers, whichever is greater
Secondary schools
4 spaces per classroom, plus 1 space for each 5 seats in any auditorium or place of assembly
Elementary schools
2 spaces per classroom, plus 1 space for each 5 seats in any auditorium or other place of assembly
Hospitals, sanatoriums, nursing homes, philanthropic or eleemosynary institutions
1 space for each 3 beds
Rooming houses
1 space for each guest room
Eating and drinking places
1 space for each 5 seats
Undertakers and funeral homes
1 space for each 2 employees, plus 5 spaces for each chapel
Hotels and motels
1 space for each guest room, plus 1 space for each employee
Bowling alleys
1 space for each 1/5 alley
Home occupation or accessory professional office except physicians and dentists
3 spaces per each home occupation or accessory professional office
Professional offices of physicians and dentists
5 spaces per each physician or dentist
(2) 
Areas computed as parking spaces. Areas which may be computed as open or enclosed off-street parking spaces include any private garage, carport or other area available for parking, other than a street or a driveway. However, a driveway within a required front yard for a one-family or two-family residence may count as one parking space, other than on a corner lot as provided in § 150-13B(1).
(3) 
Size of spaces. Three hundred square feet shall be considered one parking space, to provide room for standing area and aisles for maneuvering. Entrance and exit lanes shall not be computed as parking space, except for driveways for one-family and two-family residences as set forth in Subsection A(2) above. Minimum parking stall width shall be 10 feet and minimum length shall be 20 feet.
(4) 
Access. Unobstructed access to and from a street shall be provided. Such access shall consist of at least one ten-foot lane for parking areas with less than 20 spaces and at least two ten-foot lanes for parking areas with 20 spaces or more. No entrance or exit for any off-street parking area shall be located within 50 feet of any street intersection.
(5) 
Drainage and surfacing. All open parking areas shall be properly drained and all such areas shall be provided with a dustless surface, except for parking spaces accessory to a one-family or two-family residence.
(6) 
Joint facilities. Required parking spaces, open or enclosed, may be provided in areas designed to serve jointly two or more establishments whether or not located on the same lot, provided that the number of required spaces in such joint facilities shall be not less than the total required for all such establishments.
(7) 
Combined spaces. When any lot contains two or more uses having different parking requirements, the parking requirements for each use shall apply to the extent of that use. Where it can be conclusively demonstrated that one or more of such uses will be generating a demand for parking spaces primarily during periods when the other use or uses is not or are not in operation, the Planning Board may reduce the total parking spaces required for that use with the least requirement.
(8) 
Location and ownership. Required accessory parking spaces, open or enclosed, shall be provided upon the same lot as the use to which they are accessory or elsewhere, provided that all spaces therein are located within 200 feet walking distance of such lot. In all cases such parking spaces shall conform to all the regulations of the district in which the parking spaces are located, and in no event shall such parking spaces be located in any residence district unless the use to which the spaces are accessory is permitted in such residence district or except upon approval by the Planning Board. Such spaces shall be in the same ownership as the use to which they are accessory and shall be subject to deed restriction, approved by the Planning Board, binding the owner and his heirs and assigns to maintain the required number of spaces available either throughout the existence of such use to which they are accessory or until such spaces are provided elsewhere.
(9) 
Parking lots divided by district boundaries. When a parking lot is located partly in one district and partly in another district, the regulations for the district requiring the greater number of parking spaces shall apply to all of the lot. Parking spaces on such a lot may be located without regard to district lines, provided that no such parking spaces shall be located in any residence district unless the use to which they are accessory is permitted in such district or except upon approval of the Planning Board.
B. 
Off-street loading requirements. Off-street loading berths, open or enclosed, are permitted accessory to any use, except one- or two-family residences, subject to the following provisions:
(1) 
Uses for which required. Accessory off-street loading berths shall be provided for any use specified below. Any land which is developed as a unit under single ownership and control shall be considered a single lot for the purpose of these loading requirements.
(a) 
For a public library, museum or similar quasi-public institution or governmental building, community center, hospital or sanatorium, nursing or convalescent home, institution for children or the aged or school with a floor area of 10,000 square feet, one berth; for each additional 25,000 square feet or fraction thereof, one additional berth.
(b) 
For buildings with professional, governmental or business offices, or laboratory establishments, with a floor area of 10,000 to 25,000 square feet, one berth; for each additional 25,000 square feet or fraction thereof up to 100,000 square feet, one additional berth; for each additional 50,000 square feet or fraction thereof, one additional berth.
(c) 
For buildings with offices and retail sales and service establishments, one berth for 8,000 to 25,000 square feet of floor area, and one additional berth for each additional 25,000 square feet of floor area or fraction thereof so used.
(d) 
For undertakers and funeral homes, one berth for each chapel. Such berths shall be at least 10 feet wide and 20 feet long.
(e) 
For hotels or motels, one berth for each 25,000 square feet of floor area.
(f) 
For manufacturing, wholesale and storage uses and for dry-cleaning and rug-cleaning establishments and laundries, one berth for 5,000 to 10,000 square feet of floor area in such use, and one additional berth for each additional 20,000 square feet of floor area or fraction thereof so used.
(2) 
Size of spaces. Each required loading berth shall be at least 12 feet wide, 33 feet long and 14 feet high.
(3) 
Location and access. Unobstructed access at least 10 feet wide to and from a street shall be provided. Such access may be combined with access to a parking lot. All permitted or required loading berths shall be on the same lot as the use to which they are accessory, except as provided in Subsection B(4) below. No entrance or exit for any off-street loading berth shall be located within 50 feet of any street intersection. No off-street loading berth shall be located in any front yard.
(4) 
Joint facilities. Permitted or required loading berths, open or enclosed, may be provided in spaces designed to serve jointly two or more adjacent establishments, provided that the number of required berths in such joint facilities shall not be less than the total required for all such establishments.
(5) 
Lots divided by district boundaries. When a lot is located partly in one district and partly in another district, the regulations for the district requiring the greater number of loading berths shall apply to all of the lot. Loading berths on such a lot may not be located in any residence district unless the use to which they are accessory is permitted in such district or except upon approval by the Planning Board.
C. 
Regulations for parking spaces adjacent to lots in any residence district.
(1) 
Whenever a parking area of over five spaces abuts or is within 15 feet of the side or rear lot line of a lot in any residence district, said parking lot shall be screened from such adjoining lot by a substantial wall, fence or thick hedge approved by the Planning Board. Generally such screen shall be not less than three nor more than eight feet in height.
(2) 
Whenever a parking area of over five spaces is located across the street from other land in any residence district, it shall be screened from the view of such land by a thick hedge, wall or fence approved by the Planning Board, located along a line drawn parallel to the street and a distance of 20 feet therefrom, such screening to be interrupted only at points of ingress and egress. Generally no such screening shall be less than three feet nor more than eight feet in height. The open area between such screening and the street shall be landscaped in harmony with the landscaping prevailing on neighboring properties fronting on the same street. Two identification and directional signs located on the street side of such screening shall be permitted; however, they shall not exceed an area of three square feet each.
D. 
Driveways. No driveway shall provide access to a lot located in another district, which lot is used for any use prohibited in the district in which such driveway is located.
E. 
Commercial vehicles.
(1) 
One commercial vehicle not exceeding 25 feet in length may be parked on an occupied lot in any residential district, but not within the required front yard of such lot, and in no case between the street line and the principal building.[1]
[1]
Editor's Note: Amended at time of adoption of Code; see Ch. 1, General Provisions, Art. I.
(2) 
One commercial vehicle not exceeding 25 feet in length may be parked within a private garage in any residence district.
F. 
House trailers, mobile homes and boats.
(1) 
The storage or parking and use of a house trailer by any person or persons is hereby prohibited in all districts, except that:
(a) 
One camping trailer not over 25 feet in length may be stored, but not used for any purpose, on an occupied lot in any R-1 or R-2 Residence District, provided that such trailer is not stored within the required front or side yards of said lot nor between the street line and the principal building.[2]
[2]
Editor's Note: Amended at time of adoption of Code; see Ch. 1, General Provisions, Art. I.
(b) 
Where a building permit has been issued for the construction or alteration of a building, the Building Inspector may issue a temporary permit for one trailer for a period not to exceed six months. Said temporary permit may be extended for one additional period of six months if the Building Inspector finds that construction has been diligently pursued and that justifiable circumstances require such an extension. Said trailer may be occupied during the term of the temporary permit and shall be situated upon the lot for which the building permit has been issued. Prior to the issuance of such a temporary permit by the Building Inspector, the location of said trailer on the lot shall be subject to Planning Board approval. Said Board may attach to its approval whatever conditions it deems necessary to carry out the intent of this chapter.
(c) 
A house trailer may be parked in the McCann Trailer Park and is subject to the trailer parks rules and regulations.[3]
[3]
Editor's Note: Amended at time of adoption of Code; see Ch. 1, General Provisions, Art. I.
(2) 
Not more than two boats per dwelling unit may be stored on an occupied lot in any residence district, provided that such boat is not stored within any required front or side yard of such lot nor between the street line and the principal building.[4]
[4]
Editor's Note: Amended at time of adoption of Code; see Ch. 1, General Provisions, Art. I.
G. 
The Planning Board may, when it deems it to be in the best interest of the Village, require an owner to deposit a cash payment in lieu of any parking requirements set forth in this section or § 150-12, but not to exceed a waiver of more than 20 required parking spaces. The amount to be paid shall be $2,500 per parking space required but not provided. Said funds will be deposited with the Village Board and maintained by the Village Board in a special fund and used by the Village Board for the construction, acquisition or maintenance of public parking facilities. Any decision of the Planning Board pursuant to this section may be appealed to the Village Board within 60 days of the filing of the Planning Board's decision.
[Added 6-10-1981 by L.L. No. 4-1981; amended 10-16-1986 by L.L. No. 6-1986; 6-18-1987 by L.L. No. 6-1987; 8-12-1993 by L.L. No. 3-1993]

§ 150-17 Prohibited uses.

A. 
[1]The following uses are prohibited in all districts unless authorized by special permit:
(1) 
Any use which is noxious, offensive or objectionable by reason of the emission of smoke, dust, gas, odor or other form of air pollution or by reason of the deposit, discharge or dispersal of liquid or solid wastes in any form in a manner or amount as to cause permanent damage to the soil and streams or to adversely affect the surrounding area, or by reason of the creation of noise, vibration, electromagnetic or other disturbance, or by reason of illumination by artificial light or light reflection beyond the limits of the lot on or from which such light or light reflection emanates, or which involves any dangerous fire, explosive, radioactive or other hazard, or which causes injury, annoyance or disturbance to any of the surrounding properties or to their owners and occupants, and any other process or use which is unwholesome and noisome and may be dangerous or prejudicial to health, safety or general welfare.
(2) 
Artificial lighting facilities of any kind with light sources visible beyond the lot lines which create glare beyond such lines.
(3) 
Amusement parks and circuses and related activities except for a temporary period upon special license from the Village Board.
(4) 
Junkyard or dump except a dump established as an official Village dump or duly licensed as a dump by the Village Board.
(5) 
Retail bulk storage of petroleum products in excess of 20,000 gallons; wholesale bulk storage of petroleum products; bulk storage of any liquids aboveground; processing, refining and/or packaging of petroleum products, chemicals and/or gases.
(6) 
Ownership, operation, maintenance, distribution, sale or rental of an amusement device or amusement devices. An amusement device shall be any coin-operated mechanical or electrical device or contrivance which, by means of the insertion of a coin, token, slug, disk or other article into a slot, crevice, opening or attachment connected with or forming a part of any such devices or contrivance, effects the operation thereof for use as a game, contest or amusement, or which may be so used. The term "amusement device" includes but is not necessarily limited to pinball machines and electronic devices. The term "amusement devices" does not include jukeboxes.
[Amended 9-16-1982 by L.L. No. 7-1982]
[1]
Editor's Note: Amended at time of adoption of Code; see Ch. 1, General Provisions, Art. I.
B. 
All fossil-fuel-burning units must meet Suffolk County air pollution levels.[2]
[2]
Editor's Note: Former Subsection C, Yard sales, was repealed by 12-10-1979 by L.L. No. 5-1979.