Town of Ithaca
The Town Board of the Town of Ithaca will hold public hearings at the Town Hall, 215 North Tioga Street, Ithaca, New York on the 10th day of April, 2017 at 5:30 p.m. for the purpose of considering:
1. a proposed local law “Amending Chapter 184 of the Town of Ithaca Code, titled “Noise,” regarding Noise Permit Applications, and
2. considering an application for noise permit(s) for events happening at LaTourelle and Firelight Campsite; five weddings, one birthday, one formal dinner dance, one concert band, one happy hour event and weekly Tuesday music at Firelight Campsite, 1150 Danby Rd, and be it further
At such time and place all persons interested in the proposed local law or noise permit(s) may be heard concerning the same. Information on either topic is available on the Town website at www.town.ithaca.ny.us
TOWN OF ITHACA
LOCAL LAW NO. ___ OF THE YEAR 2017
A LOCAL LAW AMENDING CHAPTER 184 OF THE TOWN OF ITHACA CODE, TITLED “NOISE,” REGARDING NOISE PERMIT APPLICATIONS
Be it enacted by the Town Board of the Town of Ithaca as follows:
Section 1. Chapter 184 of the Town of Ithaca Code (Noise), Article III (Permits), Section 184-12, titled “Permit procedure; fee”, subsections A and B are amended by changing the permit application filing requirement from “45 days” to “21 days.”
Section 2. Chapter 184 of the Town of Ithaca Code (Noise), Article III (Permits), Section 184-12, titled “Permit procedure; fee”, is amended by deleting subsection D and replacing it with a new subsection D reading as follows:
“D. Applications may be submitted simultaneously by a single entity, representative or agent thereof for events occurring at a single address within a consecutive six-month period. Events of a similar scope and size may be listed on one application. All applications shall be reviewed, and determinations shall be rendered, on each application. The Town Board may make different decisions and impose different conditions on individual events contained within an application for multiple events.”
Section 3. In the event that any portion of this law is declared invalid by a court of competent jurisdiction, the validity of the remaining portions shall not be affected by such declaration of invalidity.
Section 4. This local law shall take effect upon its filing with the New York Secretary of State.