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Town of Kent, NY
Putnam County
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[HISTORY: Adopted by the Town Board of the Town of Kent 12-28-1978; amended in its entirety 11-24-2008 by L.L. No. 8-2008.[1] Amendments noted where applicable.]
Planning Board — See Ch. 4, Art. IV.
Zoning, Building and Plumbing Inspector — See Ch. 19, Art. XII.
Building administration and construction — See Ch. 27.
Numbering of buildings — See Ch. 28A.
Unsafe buildings — See Ch. 29.
Driveway construction — See Ch. 34.
Fees — See Ch. 36.
Fire prevention — See Ch. 38.
Flood damage prevention — See Ch. 39.
Freshwater wetlands — See Ch. 39A.
Plumbing — See Ch. 54.
Engineering, legal and consulting fees — See Ch. 55.
Public assembly — See Ch. 56.
Streets and sidewalks — See Ch. 65.
Steep slope protection and stormwater management — See Ch. 66.
Watercourses — See Ch. 76.
Road construction — See Ch. A80.
Subdivision of land — See Ch. A81.
Private road specifications — See Ch. A82.
Editor's Note: This local law also provided that to the extent that any provision of this local law is inconsistent with Town Law §§ 263, 274-a, 274-b or any other provision of Article 16 of Town Law, the provisions of this local law are expressly intended to and do hereby supersede any such inconsistent provisions pursuant to the Town's municipal home rule powers, pursuant to Municipal Home Rule Law §§ 10(1)(ii)(d)(3); 10(1)(ii)(a)(14) and 22 to supersede any inconsistent authority.
This law is expressly intended to supersede any inconsistent provisions of Article 16 of the Town Law as follows: § 274-a, to give the Planning Board the authority to issue a preliminary site plan approval and a final site plan approval, and to require a public hearing before issuing a preliminary site plan approval and final site plan approval when the Board deems the convening of a public hearing to be in the interest of the public.