Village of East Hampton, NY
Suffolk County
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[Adopted 1-16-1987 by L.L. No. 2-1987 (Ch. 54, Art. III, of the 1971 Code)]
[Amended 4-21-1995 by L.L. No. 18-1995]
No person shall drive, pedal, ride or otherwise operate any vehicle, including, but not limited to, unicycles, bicycles, tricycles, roller blades and skateboards, on or along the public sidewalks and parking lots described in § 267-26 hereof.
The prohibitions of this article shall apply to the following sidewalks and parking lots in the Village of East Hampton:
A. 
The southerly side of Main Street between the easterly side of Huntting Lane and the entrance to the parking lot 155 feet east of the easterly side of Fithian Lane.
B. 
The northerly side of Main Street between the westerly side of the entrance to the Robert G. Reutershan Parking Lot and the easterly side of the entrance to the Schenck Parking Lot 180 feet east of the intersection of the east side of Newtown Lane between the northerly side of Main Street.
C. 
The westerly side of Newtown Lane between the northerly side of Main Street and the southerly boundary of the Harriet Herrick Playground.
D. 
The easterly side of Newtown Lane between the northerly side of Main Street and the southerly boundary of the Middle School.
E. 
The entire length of sidewalk around Park Place constituting the southerly and easterly perimeter of the Robert G. Reutershan Parking Lot.
F. 
The five walkways from and between the Robert G. Reutershan Parking Lot, Main Street and Newtown Lane.
G. 
The Robert G. Reutershan Parking Lot, the Schenck Parking Lot, the Brooks Parking Lot, the Main Beach Parking Lot and the Lumber Lane Parking Lot.
[Amended 10-16-1998 by L.L. No. 19-1998]
The parent of the child or the guardian of any ward shall not authorize or knowingly permit any such child or ward to violate any of the prohibitions of the article.
Any person violating any of the provisions of this article may have his vehicle, as defined in § 267-25, impounded and, upon conviction thereof, be subject to a fine not exceeding the sum of $25 for each offense.