No person shall deposit or allow to be deposited, throw or cast or lay, or permit the same to be done, any offal, vegetables, garbage, refuse or rubbish of any kind or ashes in any street or in any vacant lot, except that dirt or ashes may, upon permit granted by the Village Clerk, be used for filling said lots or depressions in roads or streets.
Any person having either accidentally or otherwise caused glassware, nails, tacks, metalware or sharp or penetrating substance to be upon the surface of any street or road in said Village shall immediately remove the same from the place where this is cast.
No person shall lower the curb or change the grade of any sidewalk for the purpose of providing a way across said sidewalk except upon written application for permission to make such change to the Mayor of the Village, and any permit granted shall be upon condition that such change shall be made subject to the direction of the said Mayor and shall provide, if said direction is not complied with, that said permit shall be revoked and the sidewalk restored at the expense of the applicant.
No person shall break into or open any street or avenue in the Village without having first obtained a permit therefor from the Clerk of the Village. Said permit shall be granted only upon the Clerk's receiving satisfactory assurance by bond, cash deposit or otherwise that the damage to be done shall be properly repaired.
No person shall ride or drive a horse, nor drive or permit or suffer any cart or other vehicle to be driven, nor drive any automobile over any sidewalk or footpath for any purpose except over a driveway established for that purpose and except where the same may be necessary in order to reach land upon which a building is being erected where no driveway has been established.
No person shall place on any curb, gutter, flagstone, tree, lamppost, telegraph or telephone pole, barrel, box or hydrant in any street or public place any handbill, poster, notice, sign or advertisement.
[Amended 1-9-1978 by L.L. No. 1-1978; 12-21-2001 by L.L. No. 2-2002]
Each offense against the provisions of this chapter or article shall constitute a violation pursuant to the Penal Law of the State of New York and shall be punishable as such. Any person or persons violating any provisions of this article shall be liable for and pay a fine of not less than $50 and not more than $150 for a conviction on each offense.