[HISTORY: Adopted by the North Hempstead Town Board 7-12-1955, effective 8-4-1955. Amendments noted where applicable.]
Peddling and soliciting — See Ch. 40.
It is hereby declared to be unlawful for any person willfully to trespass on any public or private property, including walks, drives, roadways, parks or beaches belonging to the town or any resident thereof.
Where the duly authorized officers or officials of the town, or any owner or owners of property within said town, shall have caused to be posted upon his or its property, legible signs or other markings, either stating that there shall be no trespassing or that said property, walks, drives, roadways, parks or beaches is private property, proof of such posting, together with proof of the trespass, shall constitute prima facie evidence of willful intent to trespass upon said property.
Any person who violates the provisions of this ordinance shall be deemed a disorderly person, and shall be guilty of disorderly conduct, and upon conviction shall be subject to a fine, for each separate offense, not to exceed fifty dollars ($50.) or imprisonment for not more than thirty (30) days, or by both such fine and imprisonment.
This ordinance shall take effect within ten (10) days after same shall have been published and posted by the Town Clerk pursuant to the provisions of the Town Law, § 133, of the State of New York.