§ 118-6Night parking prohibited certain months.
§ 118-7Removal and impoundment of vehicles.
§ 118-8Parking on premises other than street.
§ 118-9Penalties for offenses.
As used in this article, the following terms shall have the meanings ascribed to them herein:
- MOTOR VEHICLE
- All such vehicles as defined in the Vehicle and Traffic Law of the State of New York, and in addition thereto, minibikes, mopeds, snowmobiles and all other recreational vehicles.
- Any individual, partnership, unincorporated association or corporation.
- The Town of Boston, Erie County, New York.
No person shall, between the hours of 11:00 p.m. of one day and 7:00 a.m. of the next day, park, stand, store or cause to be parked any motor vehicle owned or controlled by said person, firm or corporation upon any Town or Erie County highway as enumerated in Schedule A,
A vehicle pound as designated by the Town Board of the Town of Boston shall be the place or places to which motor vehicles found to be in violation of this article may be removed at the direction of a police officer.
Any motor vehicle in violation of any of the provisions of this article, any ordinance or the Vehicle and Traffic Law of the State of New York may be removed and conveyed by or under the direction of a police officer, by means of towing or otherwise, to the Town vehicle pound. Such removal shall be at the risk of the owner of the vehicle. Before the owner or person in charge of the vehicle shall be permitted to remove the said vehicle from the custody of the police at the Town vehicle pound, he shall furnish evidence of his identity and ownership or right to possession and shall sign a receipt for such vehicle and shall pay to the Clerk of the Town Justice Court the sum of $60 for towing and the sum of $5 for each day or fraction thereof during the time the vehicle remains in the pound.
Instead of towing the vehicle to the pound, a police officer may serve upon the owner or driver of the vehicle a summons.
No person shall park, stand, store or leave a motor vehicle upon any publicly or privately owned premises or property, parking areas or parking lot without the consent and permission of the owner or lessee of such premises.
To effectuate the prohibition of parking on such premises as above described, a conspicuous sign or signs shall be posted on such private land, parking lots or parking areas informing the public as to the permitted conditions of parking thereon or the prohibition thereof, together with a reference to this article.
Any person who shall violate the provisions of this article shall be guilty of a violation and, upon conviction thereof, may be punished by a fine not to exceed $250. Each day that such violation continues may be considered and constitute a separate violation.