Village of Sag Harbor, NY
Suffolk County
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[HISTORY: Adopted by the Board of Trustees of the Village of Sag Harbor 5-2-1972 (Ch. 14 of the 1968 Compilation). Amendments noted where applicable.]
Oil and gasoline stations — See Ch. 181.
Subdivision of land — See Ch. 240.
Zoning — See Ch. 300.
[Amended 6-12-1973]
There is hereby established a Sag Harbor Commission for Commerce and Industry, which Commission shall consist of eight members of the general community of said Village, all of whom shall be nonsalaried, with no greater than three elected officials serving as members.
[Amended 6-12-1973]
The Commission shall be appointed by the Mayor subject to approval by the Board of Trustees. The Commission members who are elected shall be appointed for the balance of their term in office and of the five nonofficial members, one shall be appointed initially for a one-year term, another for a two-year term and the remaining three members for three-year terms and thereafter each of the nonofficial members shall be replaced or reappointed for three full-year terms.
The purpose of the hereby established Commission shall be to study and recommend to the Village Board any and all means by which the commercial and industrial nature of our community may be enhanced.
The Commission is, by this chapter, empowered to:
Hold regular meetings and make rules and regulations governing the conduct of such meetings.
Make recommendations to the Planning Board with respect to its findings.
Offer an advisory service to potential commercial and industrial interests with regard to our community's planned growth and mixture of services.
Confer with any federal, state, town or other municipal or trade bodies which they feel could be of assistance in their endeavors.
Make application for publicity funding in accordance with Village Law, § 89-28a.[1]
Editor's Note: See now Village Law § 4-412 for provisions formerly contained in § 89 of the Village Law.