[HISTORY: Adopted by the Board of Trustees of the Village of Great Neck as Ch. 80 of the 1976 Code. Amendments noted where applicable.]
Unless otherwise expressly provided herein or inconsistent in the context used, the following words shall have the meanings herein indicated:
- OPEN FIRE
- Any fire lighted and maintained other than a fire in a stove, furnace or incinerator designed and constructed for the burning of material.
- PROTECTED FIRE
- Any fire contained within a stove, furnace, incinerator or device that fully contains such fire and is so designed and constructed as to prevent the spreading of the fire or the discharge of burning particles or materials into the atmosphere.
It shall be unlawful for any person to light, permit or maintain to light, permit or maintain an open fire within the Village of Great Neck for any purpose.
It shall be unlawful to light, permit or maintain a protected fire outside any building within the Village of Great Neck for any purpose.
It shall be unlawful to burn any material such as rubber goods, mattresses, paper goods, rubbish, vegetation or any other material of any kind in such a manner that the surrounding air is polluted by smoke from such burning.
The provisions hereof do not apply to the maintenance and use of outdoor cooking facilities such as barbecue pits or fireplaces, whether such facilities are of a permanent or portable nature.
The owner or general agent of any premises where such violation has been committed or shall exist and the lessees or tenants of an entire premises where such violation has been committed or shall exist and the owner, agent, lessee or tenant of any part of a premises in which part such violation has been committed or shall exist or any other person who commits, takes part in or assists in such violation shall, for each and every violation, be subject to punishment as provided for in Chapter 1, General Provisions, Article II.