[HISTORY: Adopted by the Board of Trustees of the Village of Old Westbury 10-4-1937 as Ch. 1, Art. VII, of the General Ordinances. Amendments noted where applicable.]
[Amended 9-20-1993 by L.L. No. 4-1993]
No person shall leave or deposit any material of any kind for building or other purposes in any street or public place in the Village of Old Westbury; or dig or cause to be dug any excavation, trench or other opening in any street, sidewalk or public place in said Village for any purpose; or dig or remove or cause to be removed therefrom any stone, earth, sand or gravel; or tear up or injure any pavement, crosswalk, drain, sewer or any part thereof; or erect or lay or cause to be erected or laid any telegraph, telephone, electric light or other pole or any drain, conduit or other pipe under, in, upon or over any street or public place in said Village; or move or cause to be moved or assist in moving any building into, along or across any such street or public place, without having obtained written permission for that purpose from the Village Clerk, conditioned upon the doing of such work under the supervision of the Street Commissioner, upon keeping clear at all times a sufficient and safe passageway for pedestrians and vehicular traffic and upon proper guarding of the same both by night and day so far as to prevent accidents or danger and upon restoration of said street, sidewalk or public place to its original condition upon indemnifying the Village from all damage or loss and upon such other conditions as may be imposed by the Board of Trustees; the acceptance of such permit to be accompanied by a deposit with the Clerk, to be transmitted to the Treasurer, in the sum of $100 for an opening in the improved surface of a Village street and $100 for an opening in the unimproved surface of a Village street, to cover the cost of restoration of the street to the condition before opening. After said restoration is made, if the cost has not amounted to the sum deposited to cover the cost, the balance shall be refunded by the Village Treasurer by resolution of the Board of Trustees, and if the cost exceeds the sum on deposit, the claimant shall pay such excess amount. Such permission shall be revocable at any time by the Street Commissioner or Mayor. The applicant shall pay a fee of $100 for any such permit before the same shall issue.
[Amended 9-17-1984 by L.L. No. 16-1984]
Any person violating any provision of this chapter shall pay a penalty of $250 for each and every offense, and, in addition thereto, such violation shall constitute and is hereby declared to be disorderly conduct, and any person violating the same shall be and is hereby declared to be a disorderly person.