Town of South Hadley, MA
Hampshire County
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[HISTORY: Adopted by the Town Meeting of the Town of South Hadley 1-11-2017 STM by Art. 14; amended in its entirety 5-10-2017 ATM by Art. 13. Subsequent amendments noted where applicable.]
GENERAL REFERENCES
General penalty — See Ch. 1, § 1-6.

§ 46-1 Enforcement officers.

A. 
The Board of Health, or its agents, has the authority to issue citations or take action against any persons or properties relative to its responsibilities as outlined in the State Health Code or the South Hadley General Bylaws relative to the Board of Health and as allowed by law.
B. 
The Building Commissioner, or her/his agents, has the authority to issue citations or take action against any persons or properties relative to his/her responsibilities as outlined in the State Building Code or the General Bylaws relative to her/his responsibilities and as allowed by law.
C. 
The Conservation Commission, or its agents, has the authority to issue citations or take action against any persons or properties relative to its responsibilities as outlined in the State Conservation Regulations/Laws or the General Bylaws relative to or supportive of those laws contained within and as allowed by law.
D. 
The DPW Superintendent, or his/her agents, has the authority to issue citations or take action against any persons or properties relative to his/her responsibilities as outlined in state law or the General Bylaws relative to DPW responsibilities and as allowed by law.
E. 
The South Hadley Police Chief or his/her designees may empower or instruct sworn South Hadley police officers to issue citations or take action against any person or property in respect to any and all the General Bylaws contained within the Code of the Town of South Hadley; furthermore, the Police Chief may call on any department head or manager to determine noncompliance if the Chief deems it appropriate or necessary.