New York Village - Article 7 - § 7-710 Adoption of First Zoning Local Law
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§ 7-710 Adoption of first zoning local law. 1. In order to avail
itself of the powers conferred by this article, the board of trustees of
any village shall appoint a commission to be known as the zoning
commission to recommend the boundaries of the various original districts
and appropriate regulations to be enforced therein.
2. Where a planning board already exists in the village, it may be
appointed as the zoning commission.
3. Such commission shall make a preliminary report and hold one or
more public hearings thereon as deemed appropriate by the commission
before submitting its final report.
4. The board of trustees shall not hold its public hearing, or take
action, until it has received the final report of such commission.
5. Upon adoption of a resolution by the board of trustees of the
village accepting the final report, such commission shall cease to exist
as a separate body.
Section: 7-702 7-703 7-703-A 7-704 7-706 7-708 7-709 7-710 7-712 7-712-A 7-712-B 7-712-C 7-714 7-716 7-718
Last modified: February 18, 2012