Town of Philipstown, NY
Putnam County
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[HISTORY: Adopted by the Town Board of the Town of Philipstown 5-5-2011 by L.L. No. 1-2011.[1] Amendments noted where applicable.]
Appearance tickets — See Ch. 4.
Continental Village District — See Ch. 12.
Planning Board — See Ch. 38.
Zoning Board of Appeals — See Ch. 50.
Keeping of wild animals — See Ch. 55, Art. II.
Building construction and fire prevention — See Ch. 62.
Development and building fees — See Ch. 71.
Driveways — See Ch. 78.
Environmentally sensitive lands — See Ch. 85.
Flood damage prevention — See Ch. 90.
Freshwater wetlands and watercourses — See Ch. 93.
Junkyards — See Ch. 107.
Land development — See Ch. 112.
Putnam County pathways — See Ch. 131.
Road specifications — See Ch. 150, Art. III.
Steep terrain — See Ch. 147.
Stormwater management and erosion and sediment control — See Ch. 147A.
Storm sewers — See Ch. 147B.
Timber harvesting and forest management — See Ch. 159.
Editor's Note: This local law repealed former Ch. 175, Zoning, adopted 5-21-1968 by L.L. No. 2-1968, as amended. Section 2 of this local law provided an effective date of 5-31-2011. Section 3 of this local law provided that it shall not apply to building permits, zoning permits and certificates of occupancy granted prior to the effective date of this local law, subject to § 175-27; and applications for preliminary plat approval, site plan approval, or special permit for which a public hearing has been scheduled prior to the effective date of this local law. Section 4 of this local law provided that an applicant who has submitted an application prior to the effective date of this local law may elect to proceed under the provisions of this local law by so indicating in writing to the Zoning Administrative Officer or the reviewing board at any point in the application process. If an applicant elects to proceed under this local law, such applicant shall be required to fully comply with all of its provisions.