Town of Raymond, NH
Rockingham County
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[HISTORY: Adopted by the Board of Selectmen of the Town of Raymond as indicated in article histories. Amendments noted where applicable.]
GENERAL REFERENCES
Solid waste — See Ch. 170.
Junkyards — See Ch. 240.
Sanitary landfill — See Ch. 266.
[Adopted 5-7-2001]
A. 
The Raymond Transfer Facility shall be accessible to seasonal residents of the Town of Raymond during regular facility operation and hours for disposal of solid waste generated in the Town of Raymond only.
B. 
Seasonal residents shall be defined as those persons who own property in the Town of Raymond, are reflected on the Town's tax records as property owners, and seasonally reside on said property in the Town.
C. 
Said seasonal residents shall be issued seasonal transfer facility permits upon completing the seasonal transfer facility permit application form, presenting proof of person by providing valid picture-type identification, and being verified as a seasonal resident.
D. 
Seasonal permits shall consist of windshield stickers similar to the Town residents' transfer facility permits. Said permits shall be good for two years at which time new permits must be obtained.
E. 
There shall be no charge for seasonal transfer facility permits.
F. 
In order to access the transfer facility seasonal users must affix the permit securely and permanently to the lower left inside surface of the user's motor vehicle windshield.
G. 
Permits shall not be issued to commercial/business vehicles of any kind.
H. 
Misuse, lack of use, or violation of this article or any of the transfer facility's regulations may result in the imposition of a fine in the amount of $100.
I. 
Repeat violations may result in fines not exceeding $1,000. Repeat violations may also result in a loss of a transfer facility permit for up to one year; this provision shall be enforced as determined by the Board of Selectmen.
J. 
Holders of seasonal transfer facility permits shall have the same rights as Town residents with regard to the transfer facility and be subject to the same rules and regulations relative to said use.
K. 
This action shall not affect any other transfer facility actions or requirements.
[Adopted 6-17-2002[1]]
[1]
Editor's Note: This ordinance superseded former Art. II, Curbside Trash Collection, adopted 9-24-2001.
The purpose of this article is to establish regulations to address the placement of rubbish at the roadside for collection and removal.
This article covers the placement of solid waste placed at the curbside whether collected by the Town or some other corporation or entity.
All rubbish placed at the roadside shall be in accordance with the following:
A. 
Only household trash as defined by the Town's solid waste disposal and collection contracts shall be eligible for collection by the Town.
B. 
A maximum of four rubbish barrels or eight bags shall be collected at each residential unit picked up under the Town contract.
C. 
All household rubbish deposited at the roadside for collection shall be in barrels or bags.
D. 
Barrels shall be constructed for said purpose and shall be no larger than 30 gallons' capacity, with sturdy handles for lifting weighing no more than 50 pounds when full.
E. 
Trash shall be put out at the edge of property not earlier than the evening before scheduled collection.
F. 
Barrels must be removed from the roadside no later than the evening of the collection day.
G. 
Ineligible collection items such as rugs, carpeting, yard waste, Sheetrock, white goods, mattresses, etc., shall not be collected under the Town's contract nor be left at the roadside nor be visible from the road.
H. 
Ineligible collection items visible from the road shall be considered a violation.
I. 
Residents shall be required to clean and keep clean the area where their barrels or bags are placed for collection.
Solid waste consisting of rubbish, trash, yard waste, etc., not addressed in conformance with this regulation shall be considered a violation in accordance with the following:
A. 
Any noncompliance with any of the previous items shall be considered a violation.
B. 
Violations shall be witnessed and documented by the Public Works Director.
C. 
Initial violations shall receive a written warning relative to the violations.
D. 
Subsequent violations shall receive a fine of $25, payable to the Town Clerk.
E. 
Repeat violations shall be subject to a fine of up to $1,000 as recommended by the Board of Selectmen.
The effective date of this article shall be June 17, 2002.