Whenever the requirements of these regulations are at variance with the requirements of any other lawfully adopted rules, regulations or ordinances, the more restrictive of that imposing the higher standards shall govern.
No public town street utility or improvement shall be constructed in any street until it has become a public interest.
Subject to the discretion of the Town Board, a subsurface utility or improvement operated for revenue by the town or by a special district may be constructed in a private street, provided that a public easement satisfactory to the Town Board is obtained for such utility or improvement.
These regulations shall be enforced by the Town Planning Board. No building permit or certificate of occupancy shall be issued by the Building Inspector except where all the provisions of these regulations have been complied with.
No permit for the erection of any building shall be issued unless a street giving access to such proposed structure is an existing street or unless such street appears on a recorded plat approved by the Planning Board.
No permit shall be issued unless and until such street is fully completed in accordance with the street improvement plan, with the exception that the final pavement (top coat) need not be applied. A performance bond shall be required for the completion of surfacing of all roads. Alternatively, no permit shall be issued unless and until a performance bond has been filed assuring the completion of all road improvements in accordance with the street improvement plan.
No permit shall be issued except in accordance with an approved land development plan.