Town of Marion, MA
Plymouth County
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[HISTORY: Adopted by the Town Meeting of the Town of Marion as Art. V of the Bylaws; amended 4-27-1998 ATM by Art. 26. Subsequent amendments noted where applicable.]
Animal control — See Ch. 109.
Disorderly conduct — See Ch. 131.
No person shall expose himself or herself without a bathing suit on any beach or in any pond, stream or waters, to the view of the spectators from any street, public grounds, dwelling house, railroad, boat, steamboat or vessel; and no person shall appear in any public place, except a bathing beach, in a bathing suit, unless covered by a wrap concealing the bathing suit.
No person shall robe or disrobe in a vehicle of any description on any street of the Town, and no person shall obstruct the view of the interior of any vehicle, except a trailer, by curtains, paper, paint or cloth of any kind, while on any street or property of the Town.
No person or persons shall be allowed to sleep, gather, or congregate on any beaches within the Town of Marion between the hours of 10:00 p.m. and 6:00 a.m. This bylaw shall not apply to any person or persons who sleep, gather or congregate on a beach which is not owned by the Town, county or state, with the expressed permission of the owner or person or persons who are lawfully in possession of said beach. Any person violating this bylaw shall be punished by a fine of not more than $50, and any person who remains on any beaches within the Town of Marion in willful violation of this bylaw or ordinance may be arrested without a warrant.
It shall be unlawful for any person to consume alcoholic beverages on any beach owned by the Town of Marion without having first obtained a liquor license from the Board of Selectmen in accordance with the applicable provisions of Massachusetts General Laws Chapter 138.
Dogs shall be restricted on Town beaches as set forth in Chapter 109, Animal Control, § 109-6, of the Town Code.