Town of Cohasset, MA
Norfolk County
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[HISTORY: Adopted by the Town Meeting of the Town of Cohasset as Art. VII, §§ 19 to 24, of the 1988 General Bylaws. Amendments noted where applicable.]
Alcoholic beverages — See Ch. 63.
Animals — See Ch. 69.
Peddling and soliciting — See Ch. 184.
Smoking — See Ch. 211.
[Amended 4-30-2018 ATM by Art. 18]
No person shall dispose of rubbish, filth, or litter of any kind on any street, sidewalk, or other publicly owned area in the Town, with the exception of the Recycling Transfer Facility.
Editor's Note: See also Ch. 217, Solid Waste.
No person shall affix or attach any poster, handbill, notice or advertisement by any means, including painting or drawing, upon any fence, tree, post, building, or other structure within the Town, without the express consent of the owner.
No person shall swim or appear in public view in the Town without wearing proper apparel.
No person shall leap, jump, or dive from Cunningham's Bridge on Atlantic Avenue, Mill Bridge on Border Street, or Cat Dam Bridge on Nichols Road. The Selectmen shall post signs informing the public of this restriction.
No person, except an officer of the law in the performance of his duties, shall enter upon the premises of another or upon any public property for the purpose of looking or peeping into windows of a house or other building or of spying in any manner upon any person therein.
Hunting and the discharge of firearms, air rifles, and pellet guns are prohibited within all of that part of the Town bounded and described as follows: westerly by South Main Street, northerly by Elm Street and a portion of Cohasset Harbor, easterly by portions of Cohasset Harbor and Gulf River, southerly by the Scituate town line, all of which area is delineated in red ink on a copy of the Cohasset zoning district maps filed with the office of the Town Clerk.
This bylaw shall not apply to the lawful defense of life or property nor to any law enforcement officer acting in the discharge of his duties.
This bylaw shall not apply to hunting or the discharge of firearms by any person on land owned or legally occupied by such person subject to the provisions of existing laws.