[HISTORY: Adopted by the Common Council of the City of Hudson 12-10-1968 by Res. No. 4 of 12-10-1968 (Ch. 42 of the 1973 Code); amended in its entirety 6-17-2008 by L.L. No. 4-2008. Subsequent amendments noted where applicable.]
Code Enforcement Officer — See Charter, Art. XXVIII.
Building permits — See Ch. 93.
Demolition of buildings — See Ch. 97.
Fire prevention — See Ch. 143.
Gasoline stations — See Ch. 161.
Housing standards — See Ch. 176.
Plumbing — See Ch. 221.
Sewers — See Ch. 240.
Signs — See Ch. 244.
Streets and sidewalks — See Ch. 266.
Trailers — See Ch. 289.
Water — See Ch. 310.
Zoning — See Ch. 325.
Curb, sidewalk and street requirements — See Ch. A330.
The Common Council of the City of Hudson hereby accepts the applicability of the New York State Uniform Fire Prevention and Building Code (the Uniform Code) and the State Energy Conservation Construction Code (the Energy Code).
The Code Enforcement Officer shall keep permanent official records of all transactions and activities conducted by all code enforcement personnel, including records of:
All applications received, reviewed and approved or denied;
All plans, specifications and construction documents approved;
All building permits, certificates of occupancy, temporary certificates, stop-work orders, and operating permits issued;
All inspections and tests performed;
All statements and reports issued;
All complaints received;
All investigations conducted;
All other features and activities specified in or contemplated by this chapter; and,
All fees charged and collected.
All such records shall be public records open for public inspection during normal business hours.
All plans and records pertaining to buildings or structures, or appurtenances thereto, shall be retained for at least the minimum time period so required by state law and regulation.
The Code Enforcement Officer shall annually submit to the Common Council of the City of Hudson a written report and summary of all business conducted by the Code Enforcement Officer and the inspectors, including a report and summary of all transactions and activities and a report and summary of all appeals or litigation pending or concluded.
The Code Enforcement Officer shall annually submit to the Secretary of State, on behalf of this City, on a form prescribed by the Secretary of State, a report of the activities of this City relative to administration and enforcement of the Uniform Code.
The Code Enforcement Officer shall, upon request of the New York State Department of State, provide to the New York State Department of State, from the records and related materials this City is required to maintain, excerpts, summaries, tabulations, statistics and other information and accounts of the activities of this City in connection with administration and enforcement of the Uniform Code.