City of Newburgh, NY
Orange County
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Index: I
# A B C D E F G H I J K L M N O P Q R S T U V W Y Z
Improvements
§ C2.02— Further specific powers. § C7.20— City Assessor. § C8.00— Annual assessment rolls. § C8.25— Claims against fire insurance proceeds. § C8.89— Water and sewer bills; relevy of unpaid charges with general City tax. § C9.03— Dumpster user fees. § C9.10— Designation of public streets. § C9.33— User fees to be charged for garbage collection. § C9-A.62— Right of entry to survey property. § C9-A.63— Acquisition of property. § C9-A.64— Commissioners appointed to fix compensation for property taken for waterworks. § C9-A.66— Authority to construct aqueducts and reservoirs and lay mains and pipes. Ch C Art X— Local and Public Improvements § C10.00— Determination as to whether improvement is local or public. § C10.10— Procedure in making public improvements or purchases. § C10.30— Apportioning and collecting cost of local improvements. § C10.40— Inclusion of all expenses in assessments for improvements; street surface railroads. § C10.50— Grounds for institution of proceedings to contest assessments for local improvements. § C10.51— Procedure for contesting assessments for local improvements. § C10.52— Consolidation of proceedings to vacate or modify assessments. § C10.60— Ordinance directing raising of money for local improvements. § C15.19— Duties of Commission. § 1-4— Enactments saved from repeal; matters not affected. § 46-1— Authority of City to claim against fire insurance proceeds; notice of intent. § 72-1— Findings and purpose. § 72-5— Powers and duties. § 121-3— Registration; fees; additional regulations. § 122-12— Building permit required; exception. § 122-26— Temporary certificate of occupancy. § 126-3— Nuisances enumerated. § 126-8— Action for permanent injunction; penalties for offenses. § 126-9— Effect of permanent injunction. § 129-4— Placarding. § 159-2— Authority and purpose. § 159-5.3— Review of actions. § 163-1— Schedule of Code fees. 175-4B{10}— Word usage; terms defined. 175-4B{11}— Word usage; terms defined. 175-4B{21}— Word usage; terms defined. 175-4B{32}— Word usage; terms defined. 175-4B{37}— Word usage; terms defined. 175-4B{40}— Word usage; terms defined. § 175-14— Application for permit. § 175-15— Duties and responsibilities of local administrator. § 175-16— General standards. § 175-17— Standards for all structures. § 175-18— Standards for residential structures. § 175-19— Standards for nonresidential structures. § 175-20— Standards for manufactured homes and recreational vehicles. § 175-23— Conditions for variances. § 207-6— Location restrictions. 209-2{8}— Definitions. § 209-7— Location restrictions. 248-25B{13}— Definitions. 248-58{42}— Definitions and word usage. 248-58{68}— Definitions and word usage. § 248-60— Exemptions. § 248-71— Components of a stormwater pollution prevention plan. § 248-73— Maintenance. § 263-11— Gas, water and sewer connections. Ch 266— Subdivision of Land 266-3{14}— Definitions. § 266-6— Application and approval steps. § 266-9— Accompanying material. § 266-21— Procedure. § 266-23— Waivers. Ch 266 Art VI— Public Improvements § 266-25— Design and certification. § 266-26— Construction plans. § 266-27— Installation specifications and procedures. § 266-28— Enumeration of required improvements. § 266-29— Specifications. § 266-32— Accompanying material. § 266-33— Planning Board procedure. Ch 270 Art V— Exemption for First-Time Homebuyers of Newly Constructed Homes 270-27{4}— Definitions. § 270-31— Reconstruction exemption. § 270-32— Required construction start date and other time requirements. Ch 270 Art IX— Exemption for Improvements to Historic Properties 270-62{2}— Definitions. 270-62{7}— Definitions. § 270-64— Conditions. Ch 270 Art XI— Exemption for Capital Improvements to Residential Buildings § 270-66— Purpose; authority. § 270-68— Exemption granted; conditions. § 270-69— Exclusions. § 270-71— Purpose. § 270-73— Exemption granted; amount. § 270-74— Exemption base and market value defined. § 270-75— Exclusions from exemption. § 275-6— Location and placement. 288-37{1}— Definitions. 293-1{14}— Definitions. § 300-4— Purposes. § 300-13— Certificates of occupancy. § 300-32— Density and dimensional regulations. § 300-46— Waterbody Protection Overlay (WPO) District. § 300-60— Adult uses. § 300-92— Implementation, amendment and enforcement of approved site plan. § 300-104— Findings. § 300-121— Violations and enforcement; penalties for offenses. § 300-153— Signs and awnings. § 300-154— Streetscape standards. § DL-1— Disposition of legislation.
Inspections
§ C4.01— Rules of order. § C8.00— Annual assessment rolls. § C8.15— Annual tax levy. § C8.81— Record of receipts and expenditures. § C10.10— Procedure in making public improvements or purchases. § C10.30— Apportioning and collecting cost of local improvements. § C12.40— Powers and duties of Building Inspector. § C12.50— Powers and duties of Plumbing Inspector. § 1-6— Copy of Code on file. § 30-1— Establishment; membership. § 30-8— Powers and duties. § 34-5— Board of Ethics. § 38-4— Unlawful discriminatory practices. § 65-14— Reporting of incidents; responsibilities. § 70-15— Schedule of fines and penalties. § 85-3— Inspection of purchases. § 103-3— Compliance with other laws and approval required; certificate of compliance. § 103-29— Confidentiality of information. 110-2{1}— Definitions. § 121-1— Findings and purpose. § 121-3— Registration; fees; additional regulations. § 122-4— Powers and duties of Code Compliance Supervisor. § 122-5— Duties of other City officials. § 122-15— Application approval, disapproval or withdrawal. § 122-23— Inspections; records. § 122-24— Issuance of certificate of occupancy. § 125-3— Prevention of spread of vermin. § 125-46— Inspection by municipality. § 129-4— Placarding. § 129-15— Procedure. § 137-9— Record of loans. § 137-14— Notice of sale of unclaimed pledges. § 139-3— Inspection and certification of safety measures. § 139-8— Use of cranes; permit required. Ch 155 Art I— Electrical Inspections 155-1{2}— Definitions. 155-1{3}— Definitions. § 155-6— Permit and license required. § 155-7— Certificate of inspection or approval. § 155-8— Inspections. § 155-10— Liability and insurance requirements. § 155-27— Standards for electrical inspection organizations. § 159-4— Conservation Advisory Council. § 159-5.3— Review of actions. § 159-6.3— Permit for treating public trees. § 163-1— Schedule of Code fees. § 163-2— Miscellaneous fees. § 172-7— Amendments. § 172-15— General requirements. § 175-13— Fees. § 175-15— Duties and responsibilities of local administrator. § 181-15— Right of entry for enforcement and inspection. § 190-3— Purpose; interpretation. § 190-13— Inspections. § 190-14— Access to dwellings for inspections. § 207-4— Conditions for issuance of permit; fee. § 207-7— Order to correct violations; removal of receptacle; inspection. § 209-5— Conditions for permit issuance; fee. § 209-8— Order to correct violations; removal of rack; inspection. § 223-9— Food vendors. § 223-13— Restrictions on use of generators. § 223-16— Weighing and measuring appliances. § 223-18— Display of prices; receipts. § 223-20— Recordkeeping. § 226-1— Abatement notice. § 226-3— Remedies; billing notice; appeal hearing; expenses and tax liens. § 230-2— Powers and duties of Inspector of Plumbing. § 234-8— Property owners' responsibilities. § 239-2— Records access officers. § 239-3— Location of records. § 240-3— Rental license process. § 240-4— Rental license application. § 240-5— License fees; exemptions. § 240-6— Inspection. § 240-9— Required postings. § 240-10— Occupancy register required. § 242-7— Restrictions on boats. § 248-7— Private sewage disposal systems. § 248-8— Building sewers and connections. § 248-15— Grease, oil and sand interceptors. § 248-21— Power and authority of inspectors. § 248-36— Wastewater discharge permits. § 248-37— Monitoring facilities. § 248-38— Inspection and sampling; access to premises. § 248-41— Confidential information. § 248-57— Objectives. 248-58{62}— Definitions and word usage. § 248-63— Failing individual sewage treatment systems prohibited. § 248-68— Access to facilities; monitoring of discharges. § 248-71— Components of a stormwater pollution prevention plan. § 248-73— Maintenance. § 248-74— Administrative authority; inspections; reports; recordkeeping. § 248-75— Fees for services. § 248-76— Enforcement; penalties for offenses; civil action and other remedies. § 257-1— Scope. § 257-4— Inspections. § 266-21— Procedure. § 270-13— Secrecy provisions; penalties for offenses. § 270-41— Exempt receipts. § 270-50— Administration and collection. § 272-12— Vehicle license required; fee; stickers. § 272-13— Vehicle license application. § 272-15— Vehicle license card. § 272-16— Inspections required. § 272-17— Vehicle markings, safety and equipment; owner, operator and/or driver responsibilities. § 272-19— Register of licensed taxicabs. § 276-3— Issuance of licenses. § 276-7— Required fee. § 276-9— Enforcement; penalties for offenses. § 288-53— Violations and enforcement. § 293-2— Investigations and inspections. § 293-4— Right of entry. § 293-5— Interference with Superintendent prohibited. § 293-9— Approval of service pipes before covering. § 293-15— Responsibility of owners. § 293-16— General regulations. § 293-19— Accessibility; failure to register. § 297-9— Required licenses; certificate of insurance. § 297-13— Traffic stop tows. § 297-16— Inspection of facilities. § 297-18— Denial, revocation or suspension of license. § 297-20— Log book. § 300-7— Administration and enforcement official. § 300-13— Certificates of occupancy. § 300-39— Designation of landmarks or historic districts or architectural design districts. § 300-40— Certificate of Appropriateness. § 300-41— Appeal of COA decision; hardship application. § 300-43— Administration and enforcement. § 300-92— Implementation, amendment and enforcement of approved site plan. § 300-102— Application and procedures. § 300-121— Violations and enforcement; penalties for offenses.
Insurance
Ch C— Charter § C3.12— Residency requirements. § C3.92— Defense and indemnification of officers and employees. § C8.25— Claims against fire insurance proceeds. § 1-4— Enactments saved from repeal; matters not affected. § 14-1— Creation; mission, goals and objectives. 14-6{1}— Definitions. § 14-10— Allocation of funds. Ch 42— Fire Department Ch 46— Fire Insurance Claims § 46-1— Authority of City to claim against fire insurance proceeds; notice of intent. § 46-2— Release of money upon restoration of property. Ch 55— Insurance Ch 55 Art I— Certificates or Policies of Insurance § 55-1— Requirements. § 110-3— Permit required; application contents and procedures; insurance, fees and security. § 110-5— Security deposit and escrow account. § 110-9— Denial of application for permit. § 121-3— Registration; fees; additional regulations. § 125-5— Liability insurance. § 139-7— Permit for storage of building materials on sidewalks; liability insurance. § 155-8— Inspections. § 155-10— Liability and insurance requirements. § 155-27— Standards for electrical inspection organizations. § 168-4— Application requirements. Ch 172— Fire Prevention § 172-1— Adoption of standards. § 172-7— Amendments. § 175-2— Statement of purpose. 175-4B{2}— Word usage; terms defined. 175-4B{13}— Word usage; terms defined. 175-4B{14}— Word usage; terms defined. 175-4B{17}— Word usage; terms defined. 175-4B{18}— Word usage; terms defined. 175-4B{30}— Word usage; terms defined. 175-4B{36}— Word usage; terms defined. § 175-6— Basis for establishing areas of special flood hazard. § 175-7— Interpretation and conflict with other laws. § 175-12— Floodplain development permit. § 175-15— Duties and responsibilities of local administrator. § 175-16— General standards. § 175-18— Standards for residential structures. § 175-20— Standards for manufactured homes and recreational vehicles. § 175-21— Critical facilities. § 175-23— Conditions for variances. § 220-12— Scheduling use of park. § 220-17— Scheduling use of building. § 220-23— Permit required; conditions; fees. § 220-36— Scheduling of and charges for use for sports events. § 248-65— Use of best management practices to prevent, control, and reduce stormwater pollutants. § 249-3— Conditions for issuance of permit. § 250-5— Application information. § 250-12— Unsafe and unlawful signs. § 250-17— Political signs. § 250-29— Temporary signs. § 250-33— Nonconforming signs. § 263-16— Duties of Plumbing Inspector. § 263-17— Bond and insurance policy. § 268-3— Application. § 272-14— Insurance required; suitability of vehicle. § 272-17— Vehicle markings, safety and equipment; owner, operator and/or driver responsibilities. § 275-3— Application for permit. § 297-2— License required; exception. § 297-9— Required licenses; certificate of insurance. § 297-12— Impoundment for law enforcement purposes. § 297-18— Denial, revocation or suspension of license. 300-6B{90}— Word usage; terms defined. § 300-55— Outdoor swimming pools. § 300-103— Standards for individual special uses.
Investigations
§ C3.92— Defense and indemnification of officers and employees. § C6.50— Civil actions against City. § C9.35— Application for reduction or elimination of service charge. § 30-8— Powers and duties. § 34-5— Board of Ethics. § 34-18— Individuals and conduct covered. § 34-21— Retaliation prohibited. § 34-23— Investigation. § 34-28— Policy. § 34-29— Retaliation prohibited. § 34-30— Reporting sexual harassment. § 34-31— Legal protections and external remedies. § 38-6— Powers and duties. § 38-7— Complaint procedure. § 51-3— General obligations. § 65-10— Policy statement. § 65-14— Reporting of incidents; responsibilities. § 72-5— Powers and duties. § 72-7— Suspension of proceedings. § 76-5— Power and authority. § 103-14— Investigation; denial of permit. § 126-5— Investigations and reports by authorized officials of City. § 126-9— Effect of permanent injunction. § 137-7— Revocation of license. § 150-23— Enforcing officers. § 155-7— Certificate of inspection or approval. § 163-1— Schedule of Code fees. § 172-3— Duties of fire marshals. § 181-10— Investigation to determine compliance. § 223-4— Application for permit or license; health regulations; fee. § 223-5— Investigation; disapproval or approval by Chief of Police and/or Fire Chief. § 230-20— Investigation of registration and license. § 248-76— Enforcement; penalties for offenses; civil action and other remedies. § 272-6— Photograph and fingerprints required; application fee; approval of Chief of Police. § 293-2— Investigations and inspections. § 293-4— Right of entry. § 293-5— Interference with Superintendent prohibited. § 297-13— Traffic stop tows. § 300-23— Interpretation of district boundaries. § 300-42— Demolition, removal, or relocation of landmark buildings. § 300-43— Administration and enforcement. § 300-121— Violations and enforcement; penalties for offenses.