Parks Regulations Law
A local law creating a chapter of the Code of the
Be it enacted by the BOARD OF TRUSTEES OF THE VILLAGE OF SHOREHAM as follows:
Section 1: Title, Purpose, and Definitions
Pursuant to Section 10 of the Municipal Home Rule Law, the
1.1(b). Effective Date
The local law shall take effect twenty calendar days from October 11, 2005, which is the date of this local law’s adoption and filing pursuant to Section 27 of the Municipal Home Rule Law.
The purpose of this local law is to regulate the use of the parkland and other property owned by the
“The Trustees” shall mean the Board of Trustees of the
Section 2: Authorization
The Trustees shall have the authority to adopt and enforce
regulations governing the use of all parkland and other property owned by the
Section 3: Enforcement
The Trustees or their designee shall have jurisdiction for the purpose of either taking remedial action towards any violation of this local law or to prevent the impending or continuing violation of this local law, or to enforce this local law or the intent of this local law, or to prosecute this local law.
3.2 Penalties for Offenses, Separate Offense.
a. Any person violating any regulation shall be subject to a penalty for each and every violation.
b. The penalty for the violation of a parks regulation shall be not more than five hundred dollars per violation, and a separate offence shall be deemed committed on each day during or on which a violation occurs or continues.
Western Border Parkland Short Term Usage and Maintenance Plan (September 7, 2009--pdf file). At the September 2009 Board of Trustees (B of T) meeting, the B of T directed the Parks Commissioners to adopt this temporary plan, authored by the Parkland Committee, pertaining to the Western Border Parkland (between Shoreham Village and Rocky Point) pending the establishment of a comprehensive parkland policy, planned for 2010.