Village of Tuxedo Park, NY
Orange County
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[HISTORY: Adopted by the Board of Trustees of the Village of Tuxedo Park at time of adoption of Code 2-21-1990 by L.L. No. 1-1990; see Ch. 1, General Provisions, Art. I. Amendments noted where applicable.]
Penalties for offenses — See Ch. 1, § 1-12.
Aircraft — See Ch. 27.
Films and movie making — See Ch. 51.
Access to lakes and ponds — See Ch. 65.
Peace and good order — See Ch. 70.
Permits and licenses — See Ch. 73.
Use of unpaved Village roads — See Ch. 83, Art III.
Roadside conditions — See Ch. 83, Art. IV.
All property owners, residents, officials and other authorized recipients shall be given 30 days to procure and affix Tuxedo Park vehicle identification tags to their vehicles. The thirty-day grace period shall apply to each new resident and to each existing resident from the date of initial vehicle registration. Permanent staff, employees, officials, etc., shall enjoy the thirty-day grace period from their date of hiring, appointment or contract.
Tuxedo Park identification tags shall be issued only for the vehicles of those individuals who:
Own, rent or lease real property within the Village.
Are current employees or officials of the Village.
Are current resident employees or Trustees of the Tuxedo Park School.
Are otherwise authorized by the Chief of Police, Mayor or Board of Trustees.
Identification tags shall be issued by the Police Department, upon proof satisfactory to the Chief of Police of eligibility for same.
Tags are to be permanently affixed to the front bumper or by bracket to the front license plate. Upon sale of the vehicle or cessation of residency or eligibility, all tags must be removed and destroyed and the Police Department notified.
In order to preserve and protect the public health, safety and welfare and in accordance with the single-family residential zoning of the Village and pursuant to the provisions of § 171 of the Village Law, as amended by c. 537, L. 1952, and resolution of the Board of Trustees as adopted May 9, 1953, the use of Village roads is restricted to owners of land within and residents of the Village and persons lawfully having business with or invited therein by any such owner or resident.[1]
Editor's Note: See also Ch. 100, Zoning, § 100-22.
For this reason it shall be unlawful to hold public auctions, open houses, shows, garage sales, tag sales, general meetings, ralleys, sports events or other gatherings or functions which attract the public-at-large rather than specified preinvited guests. There shall be no blanket invitations, and it shall be the obligation of each guest or service contractor to confirm to the Police Department his authorized invitation on a daily basis.
In addition, no property or roads shall be used for tours, filming, shows, worship, parties, gatherings, sales, games, entertainment, lectures or the like where any fee, subscription, rental, cover charge or admission is levied on attendees for charity, profit or otherwise, unless prior written permission by the Board of Trustees is granted.
Sponsors of events involving more than 100 guests in any one day shall notify the Chief of Police two weeks in advance to provide for traffic and parking considerations.
Exceptions to this article may be granted on a per-situation basis upon prior application for and issuance of a written permit from the Board of Trustees.