[HISTORY: Adopted Malone Village Board Art. I, 2-13-1947; Art. II, 9-9-1963.]
No person or persons or corporation shall wantonly cut or otherwise injure or deface any ornamental or shade tree, shrub or plant, in any street or public park of Malone Village, nor attach thereto any sign, wire, notice or advertisment.
Any person violating this ordinance, or any part thereof, shall be liable for and forfeit and pay a penalty not exceeding $50 for each offense, except as otherwise provided herein.
Any violation of this ordinance, or any part thereof, shall constitute disorderly conduct, and any person violating any of the provisions of this ordinance shall be and is hereby declared a disorderly person.
That pursuant to the provisions of Chapter 677 of the Laws of 1958, the Board of Trustees does hereby elect, on behalf of the Village of Malone, New York, to exercise and enjoy through its appropriate officers and employees the powers and immunities prescribed and granted in Sections 164, 165, and 167 of Article 14 of the Agriculture and Markets Law with respect and in regard to the Dutch Elm disease within the limits of said village.