Town of Wilson, NY
Niagara County
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The requirements of this chapter do not apply to emergency activities that are necessary to protect public health, safety or welfare, including preventing damage to natural resources. Whenever emergency activities are undertaken, damage to natural protective features and other natural resources must be prevented, if possible, or minimized.
The Building Inspector must be notified by the person responsible for taking the emergency measures within two working days from the commencement of an emergency measure and a description of the problem and activities provided. The description must be in written form, outline the public health or safety or resource for which protection was sought and relate the measures which were taken to secure the protection.
A. 
If the Building Inspector determines that a regulated activity has been undertaken without a Coastal Erosion Management Permit, and does not meet the emergency activity criteria, then the Building Inspector will order the immediate cessation of the activity.
B. 
In addition, the Building Inspector may require:
(1) 
Removal of any structure that was constructed or placed without a Coastal Erosion Management Permit; and
(2) 
The return to former conditions of any natural protective feature that was excavated, mined or otherwise disturbed without a Coastal Erosion Management Permit.