Village of Addison Registration of Rental HousingOpen File / 97.40 kB Village of Addison High Grass Weed and Brush Control LawOpen File / 81.20 kB Village of Addison- Adopted Comprehensive Plan 2009Open File / 15.00 mb
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The Village of Addison, like so many small villages in upstate New York, is a place in need of positive change. Once a hub of commerce in the mid -1800’s, the Village has experienced substantial population swings since the Industrial Revolution.
This Comprehensive Plan strives to detail the reasons for the Village’s current situation, to project realistic trends, to analyze plausible options and recommend strategies that will stabilize the Village’s economy and help the Village find its niche in the larger Corning – Elmira – Hornell region. The goal of this Comprehensive Plan is to help the Village identify and promote new businesses likely to succeed, help prospering companies continue to thrive and improve the quality of life for Village residents.
The Plan document also has the full Environmental Assessment Form, Negative Declaration and Village Board resolution adopting the plan attached at the end.
Village of Addison Zoning Law 1993Open File / 462.64 kB Village of Addison Zoning MapOpen File / 139.73 kB Village of Addison Local Law 3-2007Open File / 59.27 kB
Description: Local law pertaining to the removal of animal waste.
Village of Addison - Noise LawOpen File / 60.93 kB
Description: RESOLVED, It shall be unlawful for any person to make or cause to be made any unreasonably loud or disturbing noise which either annoys, disturbs, or endangers the comfort, repose, health, peace or safety of others within the limits of the Village of Addison.
Village of Addison - Local Law #2 of 2006 - Building Code AdministrationOpen File / 176.73 kB
A local law “Providing for the Administration and Enforcement of the New York State Uniform Fire Prevention and Building Code”
Village of Addison Backflow Preventer Law # 3-2009 Open File / 79.78 kB
Description: The purpose of this Local Law is to safeguard potable water supplies from potential contamination by preventing backflow from a water user’s system into the public water system. It is the intent of this Local Law to recognize that there are varying degrees of hazard and to apply the principal that the degrees of protection should be commensurate with the degrees of hazard. Further, it is the intent of the Village of Addison, New York, to comply with the requirements of New York State Sanitary Code, Part 5, Section 5- 1.31, which section mandates that the supplier of water protect their water system in accordance with procedures acceptable to the Commissioner of Health. These mandated requirements are set forth in the Cross Connection Control Manual published by the New York State Department of Health (NYSDOH), and to that extent, the terms, conditions and provisions of the New York State Sanitary Code, Part 5, Section 5-1.31, and the cross Connection Control Manual are incorporated in this Local Law by reference as if more fully stated.
Village of Addison Law Outlining the 9-1-1 Addressing Plan (#1-2003)Open File / 11.28 kB
Description: Village law concerning the 9-1-1 addressing plan.
Village of Addison Law Unsafe Structures(#2-2002)Open File / 20.82 kB
Description: The Board of Trustees of the Village of Addison, New York shall institute proceedings for the removal or repair of any building or structure within the Village that, from any cause, may be or may hereafter become collapsed, dangerous or unsafe to the public.
Village of Addison Law Uniform Fire Prevention (#1-2002)Open File / 32.13 kB
Description: This local law shall provide for administration and enforcement of the New York State Uniform Fire Prevention and Building Code (Uniform Code) in the Village of Addison. This local law is adopted pursuant to Section 10 of Article 2 of the Municipal Home Rule Law. Except as otherwise provided within this law, state law, or within the Uniform Code, all premises regardless of use, are subject to the provisions which follow.
Village of Addison Law Termination of Assessing Unit (#2-2001)Open File / 11.91 kB
Description: The intent of the Board of Trustees of the Village of Addison is to implement Section 1402 (3) of the Real Property Tax Law providing for the voluntary termination of the Village’s status as an assessing unit
Village of Addison Open Burning Local Law (#1-2001)Open File / 59.19 kB
Description: No person shall bum, allow or permit to be burned outside of a building any brush, lumber, paper products, plastic, tires, chemicals, trash, garbage, refuse, wood or other related items in the Village of Addison.
Village of Addison Local Traffic Law (#3-2000)Open File / 34.89 kB
Description: The Board of Trustees of the Village of Addison, County of Steuben, State of New York, pursuant to Article 39 of the Vehicle and Traffic of the State of New York, does on May 14, 1979, hereby enact the following laws to regulate traffic, parking, standing, and stopping upon the highways within the village of Addison.
Village of Addison Law Solicitors and Peddlars (#2-2000)Open File / 25.95 kB
Description: It shall be unlawful for any person to engage in peddling or solicitation activities within this municipality without first obtaining a permit issued by the Clerk;
Village of Addison Law To Regulate Vendors In the Village of Addison (#1-2000)Open File / 41.30 kB
Description: Village law regulating vendors: any person, traveling by foot, wagon, vehicle or any other type of conveyance from street to street carrying, conveying, or transporting goods, wares or merchandise and offering and exposing them for sale, or making sales and delivering articles to purchasers; or who, without traveling from place to place, exhibits, displays, sells or offers for sale such products form a wagon, handcart, pushcart, motor vehicle, conveyance or from his person while on public ways of the municipality. Includes any street vendor, hawker, huckster, itinerant merchant or transient vendor. This definition does not include a door-to- door peddler or solicitor. (n) Vehicle-every device in, upon, or by which a person or property may be transported or drawn upon a street or sidewalk, including, but not limited to, devices moved by human power.
Village of Addison Open Burning Laws (#1-2000)Open File / 13.20 kB
Description: No person shall burn, allow or permit to be burned outside of a building any brush, lumber, paper products, plastic, tires, chemicals, trash, garbage, refuse, wood or other related items in the Village of Addison.
Village of Addison Law Water Rules and Regulations Restricting Water Use (#1-1999)Open File / 19.94 kB
Description: Village law governing the use of water in the Village of Addison.
Village of Addison Law Garage & Yard Sales (#1-1998)Open File / 16.44 kB
A Village law governing Garage Sales and Yard Sales
Village of Addison Law Flood Damage Prevention (#2-1997)Open File / 86.63 kB
Description: It is the purpose of this local law to promote the public health, safety, and general welfare, and to minimize public and private losses due to flood conditions in specific areas by provisions designed to: 1) regulate uses which are dangerous to health, safety and property due to water or erosion hazards, or which result in damaging increases in erosion or in flood heights or velocities; 2) require that uses vulnerable to floods, including facilities which serve such uses, be protected against flood damage at the time of initial construction;
Village of Addison Law Vehicles, Abandoned and Junked (#2-1992)Open File / 25.75 kB
Description: The accumulation, storage and abandonment of unusable motor vehicles and component parts thereof, farm vehicles and implements, machinery, or other discarded materials and the outdoor storage of abandoned, junked, or inoperative vehicles on public and privately owned property within the Village of Addison, Steuben County, New York, is detrimental to the health, safety and general welfare of the community.
Village of Addison Building Construction and Fire Prevention (Local Law 1992)Open File / 43.58 kB
Building Construction and Fire Prevention
Village of Addison Law Authorizing Conduct of Games of Chance (#1-1991)Open File / 10.46 kB
Description: The Village of Addison, Steuben County, New York does hereby authorize the conduct of games of chance by authorized organizations upon obtaining a license therefor within the territorial limits of the Village of Addison, Steuben County, New York, in accordance with and subject to the provisions of Article 9-A of the General Municipal Law of the State of New York, this local law, and the provisions setforth by the New York State Racing and Wagering Board.
Village of Addison Law To Abolish the Office of Village Justice (#1-1985)Open File / 9.76 kB
Description: That the office of Village Justice shall be abolished. The abolished of said office shall take effect upon the expiration of the term of the office of the present Village Justice; to wit, April 7, 1986.
Village of Addison Law Regulating Open Containers in Public Places (#2-1983)Open File / 18.70 kB
Description: It the intent of the Village of Addison as an exercise of its police power, to promote the general health, safety and welfare of the residents and inhabitants of the village by enacting this Local Law, since it is the finding of the Addison Village Board of Trustees that the possession of open containers of alcoholic beverages by persons on certain public lands, except under controlled conditions, is detrimental to the health, safety and welfare of the residents of the Village in that such possession contributes to the development of unsanitary conditions and the creation of nuisances, including, but not limited to, littering and raucous or other disorderly behavior.
Village of Addison Law Assorted Local OrdinancesOpen File / 82.29 kB
Description: Assorted Local Ordinances
Village of Addison Flood Plain Regulations (#3-1981)Open File / 54.07 kB
Control of flood plain development such as fill, dumping, storage of materials, structures, buildings and any other works which acting alone or in combination with other existing or future uses which will cause damaging flood heights and velocities by obstructing flows and reducing flood storage, and further, to: Protect human life and health, minimize property damage, minimize surface and groundwater pollution, provide public awareness of the flooding potential.
Village of Addison Curfew Law(#1-1981)Open File / 12.60 kB
Description: CHILDREN TO BE ACCOMPANIED BY PARENT OR GUARDIAN WHEN ON THE STREETS AT NIGHT.
Village of Addison Insurance Law (#1-1980)Open File / 20.26 kB
Description: The purpose of this local law is to provide legal and financial protection for those individuals serving the Village of Addison from losses which may be brought against them in their individual capacity for actions taken while in the performance of their official duties and responsibilities.
Village of Addison Law Local Traffic Law (#2-1979)Open File / 32.73 kB
Description: The Board of Trustees of the Village of Addison, Country of Steuben, State of New York, pursuant to Article 39 of the Vehicle and Traffic Law of the State of New York, does on May 14, 1979 hereby enact the following laws to regulate traffic, parking, standing, and stopping upon the highways within the Village of Addison.
Village of Addison Dog Law (#1-1978)Open File / 14.26 kB
Description: It shall be unlawful for any person to own a dog within the Village of Addison unless the owner shall procure a License
Village of Addison Law Imposing a 1 Percent Tax on Utilities (#2-1976)Open File / 40.92 kB
Description: Pursuant to the authority granted by section 6.640 of the Village Law of the State of New York, a tax equal to one per centum of its gross income form and after the fist day of October, 1976, is hereby imposed upon every utility doing business in the Village of Addison, New York
Village of Addison An Amendment to the Sewer Law (#1-1976)Open File / 70.03 kB
Description: An Ordinance Regulating the use of public and private sewers and drains, private sewage disposal, installation and connection of building lateral, and the discharge of waters and wastes into the public sewer system: and providing penalties for violation thereof: in the village of Addison, County of Steuben, State of New York.
Village of Addison Law Amendment to Zoning Law Fences and Swimming Pools (#2-1975)Open File / 12.96 kB
Description: Village of Addison Law, governing fences, hedges, enclosures and pools.
Village of Addison Law Personal Registration (#3-1974)Open File / 10.24 kB
Description: Commencing with the effective date of this local law, registration for all Village elections shall be by personal registration in accordance with Article 17 of the Election Law of New York.
Village of Addison Water Law (#2-1974)Open File / 56.55 kB
Description: This Local law recognizes that the Village of Addison in presently served by an unmetered water system and that the consumers are presently billed. It is the intention of this ordinance to supersede existing water ordinances following the transition to measurement of consumption by water meters. The following rules and regulations as established by the Board or Trustees of the Village of Addison, or as hereinafter amended or modified, are hereby made a part of any and all agreements, or contracts, with each consumer, taker or user of water furnished directly, or indirectly, from the mains of the said village.
Village of Addison Salary for Village Justice (#1-1974)Open File / 10.84 kB
Description: The annual established beginning with the fiscal year commencing on June 1, 1974, the annual salary of the Village of Addison shall be $1200.00 Thereafter, the annual salary of said Village Justice of the Village of Addison shall be increased in increments of $200.00 each succeeding fiscal year thereafter in three increments until the said annual salary is $1800.00.
Village of Addison Code of Ethics (#1-1970)Open File / 21.44 kB
Description: A local law establishing standards of conduct for officers and employees of the Village of Addison.
Village of Addison Old Age Tax Exempt Ordinance (1966)Open File / 12.16 kB
Description: The purpose of this ordinance is to grant a partial exemption from taxation to the extent of fifty per cantum of the assessed valuation of real property which is owned by certain persons with limited income who are sixty-five years of age or over meeting the requirements set forth in Section Sixtyseven of the Real Property Tax Law.
Village of Addison Law Streets & Sidewalks (#1-1904)Open File / 29.52 kB
Description: No person shall place or deposit any stone, ashes, brick, wood, timber, lumber, dirt, rubbish, filth or any other materials or articles in or upon any park or public street, alley, park or any other public place, or in any manner encumber or obstruct any street or alley in this village