City of Newburgh, NY
Orange County
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Liability
§ C1.40— Use of official name, seal and authority. § C3.92— Defense and indemnification of officers and employees. § C4.32— Penal ordinances. § C6.50— Civil actions against City. § C8.87— City contracts. § C9.30— Duty of abutting owner to repair and maintain sidewalk and for removal of snow and ice. § C9.34— Overdue and unpaid sanitation user fees to become liens; collection; interest and penalties; enforcement. § C12.14— Exemption of police and firemen from military and jury duty or arrest. § 1-4— Enactments saved from repeal; matters not affected. § 34-28— Policy. § 70-8— Notice of violation (summons). § 70-9— Answering parking violation notices. § 70-14— Liability. § 110-3— Permit required; application contents and procedures; insurance, fees and security. § 110-10— Release of City from liability. § 121-3— Registration; fees; additional regulations. § 122-9— Administrative liability. § 125-5— Liability insurance. § 126-14— Limits on City's liability. § 129-23— Emergency repair of heating units. § 137-4— Bond required. § 137-11— Note required for redemption. § 139-7— Permit for storage of building materials on sidewalks; liability insurance. § 155-10— Liability and insurance requirements. § 155-27— Standards for electrical inspection organizations. § 168-4— Application requirements. § 172-7— Amendments. § 172-13— Liability for acts done in performance of duty. § 175-10— Warning and disclaimer of liability. § 183-13— Handling and disposal of waste. § 183-14— Building and construction waste. § 190-39— Emergency repair of heating units. § 190-41— Administrative liability. § 207-4— Conditions for issuance of permit; fee. § 209-5— Conditions for permit issuance; fee. § 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. § 226-5— Limitations on liability of City. § 234-10— Parent and legal guardian responsibility. § 248-8— Building sewers and connections. § 248-9— Repair and maintenance of building sewers. § 248-21— Power and authority of inspectors. § 248-22— Penalties for offenses. § 248-45— Accidental discharges. § 248-52— Liability for monetary damages. § 248-53— Penalties for offenses. § 248-65— Use of best management practices to prevent, control, and reduce stormwater pollutants. § 248-73— Maintenance. § 248-76— Enforcement; penalties for offenses; civil action and other remedies. § 249-3— Conditions for issuance of permit. § 263-2— Vehicles with caterpillar traction; liability for damage to street. § 263-17— Bond and insurance policy. § 263-38— Petitioner of dispossess warrant to be responsible. § 268-3— Application. § 270-6— Determination of tax by Comptroller. § 270-11— Suit to collect tax. § 272-16— Inspections required. § 272-17— Vehicle markings, safety and equipment; owner, operator and/or driver responsibilities. § 275-3— Application for permit. 276-1{4}— Definitions. § 293-14— Special equipment and materials for taps. § 293-15— Responsibility of owners. § 293-18— Responsibilities of City and consumer. § 293-29— Discoloration of water; pressure variations. § 297-9— Required licenses; certificate of insurance. § 297-12— Impoundment for law enforcement purposes. § 297-22— Towing of vehicles by City. § 297-25— Liability; indemnification. § 300-43— Administration and enforcement. § 300-55— Outdoor swimming pools. § 300-59— Animal care facilities. § A305-35— Judgments.
Licenses and permits
§ C1.40— Use of official name, seal and authority. § C2.02— Further specific powers. § C3.12— Residency requirements. § C3.94— Appearance tickets. § C5.00— Selection; qualifications; removal from office. § C5.05— Duties of City Manager. § C9.03— Dumpster user fees. § C9-A.61— Water supply pipes. § C11.10— Auxiliary police officers. § C12.50— Powers and duties of Plumbing Inspector. § 1-4— Enactments saved from repeal; matters not affected. 14-6{2}— Definitions. § 14-12— Ownership of public art. § 14-13— Implementation guidelines. § 30-1— Establishment; membership. § 30-8— Powers and duties. § 34-4.7— Personal representations and claims permitted. § 34-4.8— Use of municipal resources. § 34-30— Reporting sexual harassment. § 34-31— Legal protections and external remedies. § 65-1— Statutory authority. § 65-12— Prohibited activities. § 70-8— Notice of violation (summons). § 70-13— Towing. § 70-15— Schedule of fines and penalties. § 93-1— Findings and legislative intent. § 103-1— Purpose. 103-2{3}— Definitions. 103-2{12}— Definitions. § 103-3— Compliance with other laws and approval required; certificate of compliance. § 103-5— Audible alarm system requirements. § 103-6— Alarm business permit required. § 103-7— Alarm system permit required. § 103-8— Posting of permit on premises with system. § 103-13— Application form and information; fees. § 103-14— Investigation; denial of permit. § 103-15— Notice of decision on application. § 103-16— Right of appeal; time limit. § 103-20— Alarm panel. § 103-24— Grounds for permit suspension or revocation. § 103-25— Suspension of permit by Police Chief or Fire Chief. § 103-26— Suspension order and procedure. § 103-28— Surrender of permit. § 103-30— Penalties for offenses. § 108-2— License required. § 108-3— Application for and issuance of license. § 108-4— License information; scope. § 108-5— Expiration and revocation of license. § 108-6— License renewal date. § 108-8— Change in name or location. § 108-9— Circuses, carnivals and traveling shows. § 110-3— Permit required; application contents and procedures; insurance, fees and security. § 110-4— Location. § 110-6— Safety plan. § 110-7— Scheduling. § 110-8— Other permits and approvals. § 110-9— Denial of application for permit. § 114-1— Authority to conduct games. § 114-2— Conduct by authorized organizations only. § 114-4— Use of proceeds for lawful organization purposes. 114-12A{1}— Definitions. § 114-13— Authority to conduct games. § 114-14— Restrictions. § 114-16— Control and supervision. § 119-1— Height limitations. § 122-4— Powers and duties of Code Compliance Supervisor. § 122-8— Penalties for offenses. § 122-9— Administrative liability. § 122-12— Building permit required; exception. § 122-13— Application for building permit. § 122-14— Fees; refunds. § 122-15— Application approval, disapproval or withdrawal. § 122-16— Effect of issuance of building permit. § 122-17— Duration of building permit; extensions. § 122-18— Display of building permit. § 122-19— Grounds for building permit revocation. § 122-20— Stop orders. § 122-21— Certificates of occupancy. § 122-22— Application for certificate of occupancy; affidavit. § 122-23— Inspections; records. § 122-24— Issuance of certificate of occupancy. § 122-26— Temporary certificate of occupancy. § 125-2— Agency having jurisdiction; burning. § 125-4— Fees for permits. § 125-6— Condition of machinery, equipment and safety devices. § 125-11— Protection against slippery footing. § 125-24— Stability and restoration of adjacent premises. § 125-25— Demolition of walls and partitions. § 125-32— Floor openings. § 125-34— Safe footing required. § 125-41— Burning at site. § 125-44— Mechanical method of demolition. § 125-46— Inspection by municipality. § 126-3— Nuisances enumerated. § 126-8— Action for permanent injunction; penalties for offenses. § 126-12— Penalties for offenses. § 126-14— Limits on City's liability. § 136-5— Hours; attendant. § 137-2— License required. § 137-3— Application for license; application fee. § 137-4— Bond required. § 137-5— Issuance or denial of license; contents; reapplication after rejection. § 137-6— License fee; renewal licenses; nontransferability; duplicate licenses. § 137-7— Revocation of license. § 137-8— Change in location of business. § 137-9— Record of loans. § 137-11— Note required for redemption. § 137-13— Sale of unclaimed pledges. § 137-14— Notice of sale of unclaimed pledges. § 137-17— Prohibited acts. § 137-18— Transfer of license. § 137-19— Penalties for offenses. § 139-6— Sidewalk sheds and fences. § 139-7— Permit for storage of building materials on sidewalks; liability insurance. § 139-8— Use of cranes; permit required. § 139-9— Excavation permit. § 139-10— Time of operations. § 139-11— Fees. § 139-12— Persons responsible; penalties for offenses. § 147-10— Sinking vessels; penalties for offenses. § 150-3— Allowing, leading or driving animals on streets. § 150-4— Domesticated fowl in streets prohibited. § 150-7— Interference with wild animals, fish and birds prohibited. § 150-10— Noise; destruction of property; unclean enclosures; penalties for offenses. § 150-11— Keeping of certain animals prohibited; keeping of horses; keeping of cats. § 150-13— Purpose and findings. 150-14{3}— Definitions. § 150-15— Licensing requirements and procedures. § 150-16— Identification of dogs; fees; exemptions. § 150-17— Change in ownership; lost or stolen dogs. § 150-20— Seizure and impoundment; redemption or destruction. § 150-21— Adoption of animals. § 150-22— Violations; penalties for offenses. § 150-24.1— Dog kennels. § 155-6— Permit and license required. § 155-9— Connection and reconnection from electrical energy source. § 155-10— Liability and insurance requirements. § 155-11— Penalties for offenses. Ch 155 Art II— Licensing of Electricians § 155-12— License required. § 155-14— Deadline for submission of license application. § 155-15— Issuance of licenses; fees. § 155-16— Application for license. § 155-17— Examinations. § 155-18— Qualifications for master electrician's license. § 155-19— Qualifications for special electrician's license. § 155-20— Minimum age of applicant; compliance with state law required. § 155-21— License restrictions. § 155-22— Renewal of master electrician's license. § 155-23— Master electrician plate or sign; penalties for offenses; telephone listing; advertising; exceptions. § 155-24— Suspension or revocation of license; penalties for offenses. § 155-25— Effect of suspension or revocation of license. § 155-27— Standards for electrical inspection organizations. § 155-28— Reciprocal licenses. § 158-1— Compliance required; exceptions. § 158-3— Environmental assessment form. § 158-6— Draft environmental impact statement. § 159-2— Authority and purpose. § 159-5.2— Authority and purpose. § 159-5.3— Review of actions. § 159-6.1— Planting of trees and other vegetation. § 159-6.3— Permit for treating public trees. § 159-6.5— Injuries to public trees. § 159-6.10— Permit for removal of trees in historic districts. § 163-1— Schedule of Code fees. § 163-2— Miscellaneous fees. § 163-3— Penalties for offenses. § 166-3— Permit required; condition of issuance. § 166-4— Height limitations. § 166-6— Construction and maintenance; drawing. § 166-7— Signs on fences restricted. § 166-9— Applicability of other provisions. 168-2{4}— Definitions. § 168-3— Permit required; exemptions. § 168-4— Application requirements. § 168-5— Filing of application; issuance of permit. § 168-6— Fees. § 168-7— Additional restrictions. § 168-9— Permit revocation or suspension; appeals. § 172-7— Amendments. § 172-10— New materials, processes or occupancies requiring permits. § 172-11— Appeals. § 172-12— Penalties for offenses. § 172-17— Classification and marking of fire hydrants. 175-4B{26}— Word usage; terms defined. 175-4B{37}— Word usage; terms defined. 175-4B{41}— Word usage; terms defined. § 175-9— Penalties for offenses. § 175-10— Warning and disclaimer of liability. § 175-11— Designation of local administrator. § 175-12— Floodplain development permit. § 175-13— Fees. § 175-14— Application for permit. § 175-15— Duties and responsibilities of local administrator. § 175-16— General standards. § 175-17— Standards for all structures. § 175-19— Standards for nonresidential structures. § 175-20— Standards for manufactured homes and recreational vehicles. § 181-4— Permit required. § 181-5— Written statement required. § 181-6— Permit fee. § 181-7— Permit conditions. § 181-9— Inclement weather; fourth sale. § 181-10— Investigation to determine compliance. § 181-11— Display of property in permitted areas only. § 181-12— Display of permit. § 181-13— Signs. § 181-14— Responsibilities of permit holder and property owner. § 181-15— Right of entry for enforcement and inspection. § 181-17— Revocation and refusal of permit. § 181-18— Exemptions. § 183-1— Littering and dumping prohibited. § 183-2— Penalties for littering and dumping. § 183-6— Disposal or accumulation of unsanitary matter. § 183-10— Removal by person other than Superintendent of Public Works. § 183-15— Collection rules. § 183-16— Use of dumpsters. § 183-17— Private collectors; licensing. § 183-19— Sanitation permit required for commercial properties. § 183-20— Improper collection or disposal of waste, trash or garbage. § 183-21— Removal of residential waste. § 183-23— Penalties for offenses. § 187-2— Discharge of injurious smoke and dust. § 187-3— Insanitary buildings. § 187-5— Cross-connection between water supply lines. § 187-6— Arrangements where dual water supplies are used. § 189-4— Exceptions. § 189-5— Penalties for offenses. § 190-5— Applicability to all dwellings. § 190-8— Conformity required. § 190-41— Administrative liability. § 190-47— Discharge of sewage. § 190-80— Privies. § 190-84— Communal kitchen and dining facilities. § 190-113— Maintenance of adequate heat. § 190-115— Occupancy of vacant units prohibited. § 190-116— Penalties for offenses. § 194-1— Exposure of person. § 194-2— Promoting exposure of person. § 198-3— License and certificate of approval required. § 198-4— Application for license and certificate of approval. § 198-6— Application considerations. § 198-7— Location requirements. § 198-9— License approval; renewals. § 198-10— License fees. § 198-11— Fencing. § 198-13— Established junkyards. § 198-14— Location restrictions. § 198-15— Penalties for offenses. § 201-7— Time limit for compliance. § 201-10— Penalties for offenses. § 207-2— Permit required. § 207-3— Application for permit. § 207-4— Conditions for issuance of permit; fee. § 207-6— Location restrictions. § 207-9— Suspension or revocation of permit. § 207-10— Penalties for offenses. § 209-3— Permit required. § 209-4— Application for permit. § 209-5— Conditions for permit issuance; fee. § 209-6— Maintenance and installation. § 209-7— Location restrictions. § 209-10— Permit suspension or revocation. § 209-12— Penalties for offenses. § 212-5— Enumeration of prohibited noises. § 212-8— Designation of quiet zones. § 212-12— Exceptions. § 220-7— Bathing. § 220-11— Athletic games. § 220-12— Scheduling use of park. § 220-17— Scheduling use of building. § 220-21— Permit required; fees. § 220-22— Hours. § 220-23— Permit required; conditions; fees. § 220-27— Penalties for offenses. § 220-28— Hours. § 220-29— Conditions and rules for use. § 220-30— Fishing. § 220-31— Hours. § 220-32— Management and use. § 220-34— Scheduling of and charges for use for non-sports events. § 220-35— Approval or denial of permits for non-sports events. § 220-36— Scheduling of and charges for use for sports events. § 223-1— Activities requiring license. § 223-2— Permit and license required; licensing officer. § 223-4— Application for permit or license; health regulations; fee. § 223-5— Investigation; disapproval or approval by Chief of Police and/or Fire Chief. § 223-6— Fees; term of license. § 223-7— Exceptions and exemptions. § 223-8— Nontransferability; assistants. § 223-9— Food vendors. § 223-11— Use of public space, streets and certain property restricted. § 223-12— Restrictions on use of parks. § 223-14— Garbage and waste materials. § 223-17— Display and exhibition of license. § 223-18— Display of prices; receipts. § 223-19— Enforcement; confiscation and return of property. § 223-20— Recordkeeping. § 223-21— Suspension or revocation of license. § 223-22— Appeals. § 223-23— Penalties for offenses. § 223-24— Loss of license; duplicate license fee. § 223-25— License in addition to county, state and other licenses. § 230-2— Powers and duties of Inspector of Plumbing. § 230-5— Restrictions on oil burner work. § 230-8— Penalties for offenses. Ch 230 Art II— Licensing and Registration of Plumbers § 230-9— Requirements to engage in plumbing business. § 230-16— Expiration, renewal and surrender of certificate of registration; change of location of business. § 230-17— Misuse of certificates. § 230-18— Registration validation slip. § 230-19— Effect of violation on validation. § 230-20— Investigation of registration and license. § 230-23— Appeals from denial of license. § 230-25— Renewal of master plumber's license restricted. § 230-26— Report of plumbers entitled to license renewal. § 230-27— Use and display of metal sign. § 230-31— Drawings and plans required. § 230-32— Notification card and permit. § 230-33— Repairs and alterations. § 235-2— Restrictions on vendors. § 235-6— Sanitation. § 235-8— Regulations and requirements. § 235-9— Penalties for offenses. § 239-2— Records access officers. § 239-6— Subject matter list. Ch 240 Art I— Rental Licenses § 240-3— Rental license process. § 240-4— Rental license application. § 240-5— License fees; exemptions. § 240-7— Conformance to other laws. § 240-8— License not transferable. § 240-9— Required postings. § 240-10— Occupancy register required. § 240-13— "Compliant landlord" designation. § 240-14— Enforcement. § 240-15— Penalties for offenses. § 240-19— Common, public or open areas. § 240-20— Buildings and structures. § 242-2— Compliance with state and local laws required. § 242-3— Fishing in Washington Lake. § 242-4— Permit required for boat use; fees; conditions. § 242-5— Hours of use. § 242-7— Restrictions on boats. § 242-18— Penalties for offenses. § 248-6— Use of public sewers required. § 248-7— Private sewage disposal systems. § 248-8— Building sewers and connections. § 248-11— Designation of sewers for unpolluted drainage. § 248-14— Authority of Superintendent. § 248-19— Discharge from private sewers to public sewers. § 248-21— Power and authority of inspectors. § 248-22— Penalties for offenses. § 248-24— Purpose. 248-25B{5}— Definitions. 248-25B{15}— Definitions. 248-25B{18}— Definitions. § 248-26— Prohibited discharges. § 248-27— Discharge of unpolluted water regulated. § 248-29— Waste from garbage grinders. § 248-30— Direct discharges prohibited. § 248-31— Discharge of holding tank waste. § 248-35— Discharge reports. § 248-36— Wastewater discharge permits. § 248-38— Inspection and sampling; access to premises. § 248-41— Confidential information. § 248-43— Types of charges and fees. § 248-44— Permit application fee. § 248-46— Cease and desist orders. § 248-47— Written notice of violation; correction plan. § 248-47.1— Administrative compliance orders. § 248-48— Appeals. § 248-52— Liability for monetary damages. § 248-53— Penalties for offenses. § 248-55— Suspension or termination of service. § 248-56— Revocation of permit. § 248-57— Objectives. 248-58{9}— Definitions and word usage. 248-58{19}— Definitions and word usage. 248-58{22}— Definitions and word usage. 248-58{23}— Definitions and word usage. 248-58{24}— Definitions and word usage. 248-58{52}— Definitions and word usage. 248-58{53}— Definitions and word usage. 248-58{54}— Definitions and word usage. 248-58{56}— Definitions and word usage. § 248-59— Applicability. § 248-61— Prohibitions of illegal discharges. § 248-63— Failing individual sewage treatment systems prohibited. § 248-64— Activities contaminating stormwater prohibited. § 248-65— Use of best management practices to prevent, control, and reduce stormwater pollutants. § 248-67— Industrial or construction activity discharges. § 248-68— Access to facilities; monitoring of discharges. § 248-70— Contents of a stormwater pollution prevention plan. § 248-71— Components of a stormwater pollution prevention plan. § 248-73— Maintenance. § 248-74— Administrative authority; inspections; reports; recordkeeping. § 248-76— Enforcement; penalties for offenses; civil action and other remedies. § 249-1— Permit required. § 249-2— Application for permit. § 249-3— Conditions for issuance of permit. § 249-4— Operating restrictions. § 249-5— Fees and deposits. § 249-6— City action upon failure to comply. § 249-7— Additional contents of permit. § 250-3— Applicability of electrical standards. § 250-4— Erection permit required. § 250-5— Application information. § 250-6— Prior approval of Electrical Inspector required. § 250-7— Issuance of erection permit. § 250-8— Fees. § 250-9— Duration of erection permit. § 250-10— Revocability of erection permit. § 250-11— Revocation by Code Compliance Supervisor. § 250-12— Unsafe and unlawful signs. § 250-21— Smooth sign surface required. § 250-22— Gooseneck reflectors and lights. § 250-25— Ground signs. § 250-26— Wall signs. § 250-28— Projecting signs. § 250-29— Temporary signs. § 250-29.1— Movable signs. § 250-30— Marquees. § 250-31— Canopies. § 250-34— Penalties for offenses. § 257-3— Permits required; fees; application; removal of noncomplying stoves. § 257-9— Chimney connectors. § 257-16— Penalties for offenses. § 263-2— Vehicles with caterpillar traction; liability for damage to street. § 263-5— Construction and repair of sidewalks and curbs. § 263-7— Unpacking merchandise on streets. § 263-12— Use of fire hydrants; penalties for offenses. § 263-14— Permit required. § 263-15— Application for permit; fee. § 263-16— Duties of Plumbing Inspector. § 263-18— Cash deposit. § 263-19— Issuance of permit. § 263-20— Continuing bond. § 263-21— Placard issuance and display. § 263-25— Applications for consent. § 263-26— License fee. § 263-32— Permit required; location restrictions. § 263-33— Application requirements. § 263-34— Fee. § 263-35— Street opening permit required. § 263-37— Maintenance and guarding. 266-3{7}— Definitions. 266-3{10}— Definitions. § 266-11— Streets. § 266-13— Drainage. § 266-16— Easements. § 266-18— Lots. § 266-31— Form and content. § 266-34— Waivers. § 266-35— Penalties for offenses. § 268-2— Permit required. § 268-3— Application. § 268-5— Penalties for offenses. 270-38{4}— Definitions. 270-47{1}— Definitions. 270-47{3}— Definitions. § 270-48— Imposition of tax. § 270-49— Territorial limitations. § 270-50— Administration and collection. § 270-51— Penalties for offenses. 270-62{3}— Definitions. § 272-1— Findings and purpose. 272-2{4}— Definitions. 272-2{10}— Definitions. 272-2{11}— Definitions. 272-2{12}— Definitions. § 272-3— Licenses required. § 272-4— Driver's license required. § 272-5— Driver's license application. § 272-6— Photograph and fingerprints required; application fee; approval of Chief of Police. § 272-7— Form and terms of driver's license; temporary permit. § 272-8— Renewal of driver's license; fee. § 272-9— Driver's licenses not transferable; fees not prorated. § 272-10— Suspension or revocation of taxicab companies' right to operate; suspension or revocation of driver's license or permit; relicensing. § 272-11— Recordkeeping. § 272-12— Vehicle license required; fee; stickers. § 272-13— Vehicle license application. § 272-14— Insurance required; suitability of vehicle. § 272-15— Vehicle license card. § 272-16— Inspections required. § 272-17— Vehicle markings, safety and equipment; owner, operator and/or driver responsibilities. § 272-18— Suspension or revocation of vehicle and/or driver's license. § 272-19— Register of licensed taxicabs. § 272-20— Return of licenses, cards and permits; transfer of vehicle license; exception; fee. § 272-21— Duplicate license, permit or card; fee. § 272-22— Taxicab stands. § 272-24— Rates of fare; display; transport of animals. § 272-28— Riders prohibited. § 272-29— Carrying additional passengers. § 272-30— Compliance with noise ordinance required; sounding of horn prohibited. § 272-32— Use of vehicle for unlawful purposes and deceiving or misinforming passengers prohibited. § 272-33— Penalties for offenses. § 272-35— Exceptions. § 275-2— Permit required. § 275-3— Application for permit. § 275-4— Rates to be posted; emergency calls. § 275-5— Standards for maintenance and installation. § 275-6— Location and placement. § 275-7— Commissions. § 275-8— Revocation of permit. § 275-9— Applicability to existing pay telephones. Ch 276 Art I— Tobacco Retail License 276-1{2}— Definitions. 276-1{3}— Definitions. 276-1{4}— Definitions. 276-1{7}— Definitions. 276-1{8}— Definitions. 276-1{11}— Definitions. 276-1{15}— Definitions. § 276-2— Tobacco retail license required. § 276-3— Issuance of licenses. § 276-4— Limitation on number of licenses issued. § 276-5— Certain locations. § 276-6— Required license display. § 276-7— Required fee. § 276-8— Revocation or suspension of licenses. § 288-17— Truck route system. § 288-20— General parking regulations and prohibitions. § 288-29.1— Boat trailer parking zones. § 288-32— Reserved parking spaces. § 288-33— Resident parking. § 288-34— Handicapped parking. § 288-35— City parking lots. § 288-35.1— (Reserved) § 288-36— Alternate-side-of-the-street parking. § 288-38— Parking on snow emergency routes. § 288-50— Installation of parking meters; parking time limit. § 288-52— Duty upon occupying parking meter space. § 288-53— Violations and enforcement. § 288-54— Authority to impound vehicles. § 288-85— Schedule XXVII: City Parking Lots and Parking Garages — Parking Permit Fees. § 288-88— Schedule XXX: Snow Emergency Routes. 293-1{12}— Definitions. § 293-12— General regulations. § 293-15— Responsibility of owners. § 293-16— General regulations. § 293-17— Installation. § 293-22— General regulations. § 293-27— Waste of water prohibited. § 293-31— Stage II water emergency. § 293-32— Stage III water emergency. § 293-33— Penalties for offenses. § 297-2— License required; exception. § 297-5— Expiration of license. § 297-6— License fees. § 297-7— Display of license on trucks. § 297-8— Requirements and restrictions on licensees. § 297-9— Required licenses; certificate of insurance. § 297-15— Rotating list. § 297-16— Inspection of facilities. § 297-17— Suspension; notice of suspension; hearing. § 297-18— Denial, revocation or suspension of license. § 297-20— Log book. § 297-23— Penalties for offenses. § 297-24— Fees and rates. § 297-25— Liability; indemnification. § 300-2— Introduction; overview; user guide. § 300-6— Word usage; terms defined. 300-6B{32}— Word usage; terms defined. 300-6B{53}— Word usage; terms defined. 300-6B{61}— Word usage; terms defined. 300-6B{83}— Word usage; terms defined. 300-6B{93}— Word usage; terms defined. § 300-7— Administration and enforcement official. § 300-10— Escrow. § 300-11— Building permits; certificates of occupancy; site plan approval. § 300-12— Application for building permit. § 300-13— Certificates of occupancy. § 300-23— Interpretation of district boundaries. § 300-31— Allowable uses; accessory and mixed uses; change of use. § 300-32— Density and dimensional regulations. § 300-33— Conservation Development District. § 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. § 300-42— Demolition, removal, or relocation of landmark buildings. § 300-43— Administration and enforcement. § 300-46— Waterbody Protection Overlay (WPO) District. § 300-47— Neighborhood Commercial Overlay District. § 300-51— Environmental performance standards. § 300-52— Environmental constraints. § 300-54— Parking and storage of tractors, trailers and buses. § 300-57— Public utilities. § 300-58— Mobile homes. § 300-59— Animal care facilities. § 300-60— Adult uses. § 300-66— General requirements. § 300-67— Off-street parking standards. § 300-68— Design, layout and construction of parking areas. § 300-70— Shared parking and special off-street parking permit. § 300-76— Continuation of nonconforming uses and structures. § 300-77— Discontinuance and reestablishment. § 300-78— Change of nonconforming uses. § 300-81— Special permit uses. § 300-83— Existing nonconforming lots. § 300-86— Purpose; applicability. § 300-87— Required application information. § 300-88— Application procedures. § 300-89— Criteria for review. § 300-91— Action by Planning Board. § 300-92— Implementation, amendment and enforcement of approved site plan. Ch 300 Art XII— Special Use Permits § 300-101— Purpose. § 300-102— Application and procedures. § 300-103— Standards for individual special uses. § 300-104— Findings. § 300-111— Purpose; establishment. § 300-115— Use variances; area variances. § 300-116— Procedures. § 300-121— Violations and enforcement; penalties for offenses. § 300-126— Purpose and intent of form-based code. § 300-129— Schedule of Permitted Uses. § 300-136— Broadway Corridor. § 300-137— Downtown Neighborhood. § 300-138— Waterfront Gateway. § 300-139— Planned Waterfront District. § 300-151— Building types. § 300-152— Design standards § 300-153— Signs and awnings. § 300-154— Streetscape standards. § 300-155— Landscape standards. § 300-157— Parking requirements in downtown districts. § A305-23— Civil practice; general provisions. § A305-28— Periods of time. § DL-1— Disposition of legislation.
Liens
§ C8.16— Combining of state, county and City taxes for collection. § C8.24— Suits not to affect tax liens. § C8.25— Claims against fire insurance proceeds. § C8.30— Tax sales. § C8.31— Tax deeds. § C8.34— Disposition of proceeds of tax sales. § C8.35— Redemption of property sold for taxes. § C8.36— Liens prior to tax sales. § C8.37— Liens subsequent to tax sales. § C8.40— Mortgagee may pay delinquent taxes. § C8.45— Interest rate on liens for delinquent taxes, water and sewer charges and sanitation fees. § C8.85— Water rents. § C8.86— Water bills. § C8.89— Water and sewer bills; relevy of unpaid charges with general City tax. § C9.04— Overdue and unpaid dumpster user fees to become liens; collection and enforcement. § C9.29— Power of City to perform required work and to collect cost thereof. § C9.34— Overdue and unpaid sanitation user fees to become liens; collection; interest and penalties; enforcement. § C9-A.60— Water supply; maintenance, operation and control; imposition and collection of water rents. § 46-1— Authority of City to claim against fire insurance proceeds; notice of intent. 93-2{3}— Definitions. § 103-23— Unpaid charges to become lien. § 119-5— Correction of condition by City. § 121-5— Penalties for offenses; enforcement. § 122-7— Notice of violations; court action; emergencies; costs; responsibility for violations. § 126-7— Abatement by authorized officials. § 126-9— Effect of permanent injunction. § 126-10— Judgment and action by Corporation Counsel. § 129-11— Refusal to comply; procedure; expenses. § 129-12— Temporary safeguards for dangerous buildings. § 159-6.11— Removal of branches overhanging public areas. § 159-6.12— Removal of dead trees. § 163-2— Miscellaneous fees. § 190-21— Abatement of hazards; assessment of costs and expenses. § 226-1— Abatement notice. § 226-3— Remedies; billing notice; appeal hearing; expenses and tax liens. § 234-8— Property owners' responsibilities. § 248-76— Enforcement; penalties for offenses; civil action and other remedies. § 270-11— Suit to collect tax. § 270-23— Foreclosure authorized. § 270-23.5— Eligibility. § 270-23.8— Default. § 270-23.9— Notification of potential eligible owners. § 270-23.10— Effect on tax lien. § 288-45— Removal, impounding and return of vehicles. § A305-21— Civil jurisdiction; generally. § A305-22— Civil jurisdiction; residence requirements. § A305-35— Judgments. § A305-38— Costs.
Lighting
§ 14-10— Allocation of funds. § 65-13— Risk factors, evaluation and determination. § 110-4— Location. § 110-5— Security deposit and escrow account. § 110-8— Other permits and approvals. § 121-1— Findings and purpose. § 125-36— Sidewalk sheds. § 125-42— Flame cutting. § 126-3— Nuisances enumerated. § 129-17— Defects creating unsafe buildings. § 136-2— Duties of operators. § 139-1— Scope. § 139-7— Permit for storage of building materials on sidewalks; liability insurance. 155-1{4}— Definitions. 155-1{5}— Definitions. § 155-18— Qualifications for master electrician's license. § 155-19— Qualifications for special electrician's license. § 172-7— Amendments. § 183-13.1— Handling and collection of recyclables. § 183-16— Use of dumpsters. § 189-1— Legislative intent and findings. § 190-2— Legislative findings. § 190-32— Enumeration of defects. Ch 190 Art XII— Light and Ventilation § 190-99— Natural light in habitable rooms. § 190-100— Light in stairs, halls and basements. § 190-101— Light in nonhabitable workspace. § 190-102— Light in public halls and stairways. § 190-103— Electrical outlets and fixtures. § 190-104— Lighting fixtures in bathrooms. § 240-20— Buildings and structures. § 240-26— Exits: hardware for doors. § 248-8— Building sewers and connections. § 249-3— Conditions for issuance of permit. 250-2{3}— Definitions. 250-2{6}— Definitions. § 250-3— Applicability of electrical standards. § 250-16— Exemptions. § 250-22— Gooseneck reflectors and lights. § 250-23— Floodlights, spotlights and flashing signs. § 250-28— Projecting signs. § 250-29— Temporary signs. 250-29.1A{1}— Movable signs. § 250-30— Marquees. 257-2B{7}— Definitions and word usage. 272-2{15}— Definitions. § 272-16— Inspections required. § 272-17— Vehicle markings, safety and equipment; owner, operator and/or driver responsibilities. § 288-81— Schedule XXIII: Bus Stops. § 297-19— Vehicles and equipment. 300-6B{36}— Word usage; terms defined. 300-6B{102}— Word usage; terms defined. 300-6B{104}— Word usage; terms defined. § 300-40— Certificate of Appropriateness. § 300-51— Environmental performance standards. § 300-68— Design, layout and construction of parking areas. § 300-86— Purpose; applicability. § 300-87— Required application information. § 300-89— Criteria for review. § 300-91— Action by Planning Board. § 300-102— Application and procedures. § 300-103— Standards for individual special uses. § 300-128— Existing context. § 300-151— Building types. § 300-153— Signs and awnings. § 300-155— Landscape standards. § 300-156— Hudson River waterfront public access. § A305-13— Expenses.
Lots
§ C2.02— Further specific powers. § C8.01— Description of assessed properties. § C8.30— Tax sales. § C9.35— Application for reduction or elimination of service charge. § C9-A.60— Water supply; maintenance, operation and control; imposition and collection of water rents. § 70-15— Schedule of fines and penalties. § 93-7— Approval of repurchase request. § 105-1— Possession of open containers prohibited. § 105-3— Applicability. § 105-4— Possession declared hazard and nuisance. § 110-4— Location. § 119-1— Height limitations. § 119-2— Poisonous and detrimental plants. § 119-3— Cutting, removal or destruction required. § 119-4— Notice requirements. § 121-3— Registration; fees; additional regulations. § 122-13— Application for building permit. § 150-11— Keeping of certain animals prohibited; keeping of horses; keeping of cats. § 163-1— Schedule of Code fees. § 163-2— Miscellaneous fees. § 166-1— Erection of fence to protect public. § 166-5— Setbacks; gates. 175-4B{29}— Word usage; terms defined. § 175-14— Application for permit. § 175-23— Conditions for variances. 181-2B{4}— Definitions and word usage. § 183-1— Littering and dumping prohibited. § 183-5— Sidewalks and gutters; duty to clean and maintain. § 187-9— Purpose. 190-11{27}— Definitions. § 190-45— Yards, courts and vacant lots. § 190-46— Rubbish and garbage. § 220-26— Hours. § 226-1— Abatement notice. § 226-3— Remedies; billing notice; appeal hearing; expenses and tax liens. § 240-3— Rental license process. § 240-4— Rental license application. § 240-19— Common, public or open areas. § 248-7— Private sewage disposal systems. § 248-8— Building sewers and connections. 248-58{21}— Definitions and word usage. 248-58{42}— Definitions and word usage. 248-58{50}— Definitions and word usage. § 250-5— Application information. § 250-29.1— Movable signs. § 263-8— Snow and ice removal required. § 263-10— Use of sand and ashes on icy streets. 266-3{13}— Definitions. 266-3{14}— Definitions. § 266-5— Applicability. § 266-6— Application and approval steps. § 266-7— Submission of application and prints. § 266-8— Form and content; endorsement. § 266-13— Drainage. § 266-16— Easements. § 266-18— Lots. § 266-21— Procedure. § 266-28— Enumeration of required improvements. § 266-31— Form and content. § 266-32— Accompanying material. 288-1B{4}— Definitions. § 288-32— Reserved parking spaces. § 288-33— Resident parking. § 288-35— City parking lots. § 288-50— Installation of parking meters; parking time limit. § 288-51— Operation of parking meters; manner of parking. § 288-52— Duty upon occupying parking meter space. § 288-74— Schedule XVI: Parking Prohibited Certain Hours. § 288-83— Schedule XXV: Student Parking Areas. § 288-84— Schedule XXVI: Handicapped Parking. § 288-85— Schedule XXVII: City Parking Lots and Parking Garages — Parking Permit Fees. § 288-89— Schedule XXXI: Parking Meter Zones. § 293-13— Installation. § 297-9— Required licenses; certificate of insurance. § 300-2— Introduction; overview; user guide. § 300-3— Scope. 300-6B{7}— Word usage; terms defined. 300-6B{24}— Word usage; terms defined. 300-6B{25}— Word usage; terms defined. 300-6B{26}— Word usage; terms defined. 300-6B{37}— Word usage; terms defined. 300-6B{38}— Word usage; terms defined. 300-6B{45}— Word usage; terms defined. 300-6B{47}— Word usage; terms defined. 300-6B{48}— Word usage; terms defined. 300-6B{49}— Word usage; terms defined. 300-6B{50}— Word usage; terms defined. 300-6B{54}— Word usage; terms defined. 300-6B{55}— Word usage; terms defined. 300-6B{56}— Word usage; terms defined. 300-6B{58}— Word usage; terms defined. 300-6B{68}— Word usage; terms defined. 300-6B{69}— Word usage; terms defined. 300-6B{70}— Word usage; terms defined. 300-6B{71}— Word usage; terms defined. 300-6B{72}— Word usage; terms defined. 300-6B{73}— Word usage; terms defined. 300-6B{80}— Word usage; terms defined. 300-6B{84}— Word usage; terms defined. 300-6B{85}— Word usage; terms defined. 300-6B{101}— Word usage; terms defined. 300-6B{116}— Word usage; terms defined. 300-6B{118}— Word usage; terms defined. § 300-12— Application for building permit. § 300-23— Interpretation of district boundaries. § 300-31— Allowable uses; accessory and mixed uses; change of use. § 300-32— Density and dimensional regulations. § 300-33— Conservation Development District. § 300-46— Waterbody Protection Overlay (WPO) District. § 300-47— Neighborhood Commercial Overlay District. § 300-51— Environmental performance standards. § 300-52— Environmental constraints. § 300-53— Screening and buffering in nonresidential districts with respect to lots in C, IND and PO Districts. § 300-54— Parking and storage of tractors, trailers and buses. § 300-59— Animal care facilities. § 300-60— Adult uses. § 300-66— General requirements. § 300-68— Design, layout and construction of parking areas. § 300-69— Off-street loading space requirements. § 300-70— Shared parking and special off-street parking permit. § 300-78— Change of nonconforming uses. § 300-83— Existing nonconforming lots. § 300-87— Required application information. § 300-89— Criteria for review. § 300-102— Application and procedures. § 300-103— Standards for individual special uses. § 300-115— Use variances; area variances. § 300-116— Procedures. § 300-121— Violations and enforcement; penalties for offenses. § 300-127— Districts defined. § 300-128— Existing context. § 300-129— Schedule of Permitted Uses. § 300-136— Broadway Corridor. § 300-137— Downtown Neighborhood. § 300-138— Waterfront Gateway. § 300-139— Planned Waterfront District. § 300-151— Building types. § 300-152— Design standards § 300-154— Streetscape standards. § 300-155— Landscape standards. § 300-156— Hudson River waterfront public access. § 300-157— Parking requirements in downtown districts.