Zoning — See Ch. 280.
§ 118-3Maintenance of all-season commercial buildings.
The Board of Trustees hereby finds that it will benefit the health, safety and welfare of the village, its residents and its merchants to adopt provisions regulating the maintenance of seasonal commercial buildings within the village and also to adopt provisions regarding the cleaning and repair of windows and doors in seasonal commercial buildings.
As used in this chapter, the following terms shall have the meanings indicated:
- GLAZED DOOR
- Any transparent glazed door which affords a view to the interior of commercial buildings.
- SEASONAL COMMERCIAL BUILDING
- Any commercial building as defined by the New York State Uniform Fire Prevention and Building Code which is occupied for six months or less.
- SHOW WINDOW
- Any transparent glazed opening which affords a view to the interior of a building or a view of a display area within a retail store.
All debris shall be removed from seasonal commercial buildings. Such premises shall be maintained broom clean at all times.
All cracked or broken show windows and glazed doors in seasonal commercial buildings shall be repaired or replaced as necessary.
All show windows and glazed doors in seasonal commercial buildings shall be periodically washed and maintained in a clean and sanitary condition.
The show windows and glazed doors of seasonal commercial buildings shall be screened on their inside faces with any of the following materials or combination of materials:
Earth-toned colored paper neatly installed with all seams straight and uniformly taped.
Decorative-patterned paper, installed as above, which has been preapproved by the Building Inspector.
A mural on backing or painted directly on the back of the glass.
Any combination of screening or displays as approved by the Board of Trustees or by the Village Commissioner of Public Works.
The screening in each seasonal commercial building shall have a clear opening of two square feet to allow a view of the interior of the store for security purposes. Such openings shall be installed no lower than three feet above grade and no more than six feet above grade and may be in either the show window or a glazed door.