November 10, 2020 Public Hearing Local Law 4 of 2020, Chapter 93-8, Bicycles
PUBLIC HEARING WAS HELD WAS HELD VIA ZOOM
AVAILABLE TO BE VIEWED THROUGH THE YOUTUBE LINK:
ON THE VILLAGE OF BABYLON WEBSITE:
NOVEMBER 10, 2020
Mayor Mary Adams
Trustee Tony Davida
Trustee Robyn Silvestri
Trustee Dominic Bencivenga
Attorney Gerard Glass
The meeting opened at 7:00 p.m.
The Village Clerk read the legal notice:
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the Board of Trustees of the Village of Babylon will hold a Public Hearing on Tuesday, November 10, 2020, at 7:00 p.m. by video conference to consider the adoption of proposed
Local Law #4 of the year 2020
to amend Chapter 93-8 of Village Code pertaining to Bicycles.
Complete text of the above Local Law is available in the office of the Village Clerk, on the Village website: www.villageofbabylonny.gov, or can be requested by calling the Village Clerk’s Office at (631) 669-1500.
The public can view the livestream video conference from a link on the Village of Babylon website – www.villageofbabylonny.gov
MEMBERS OF THE PUBLIC MAY LISTEN TO THE HEARING AND SHALL HAVE 14 DAYS THEREAFTER TO COMMENT BY EMAIL OR REGULAR MAIL DIRECTED TO:
BOARD OF TRUSTEES
VILLAGE OF BABYLON
153 WEST MAIN STREET
BABYLON, NY 11702
Attorney Gerard Glass explained this amendment to the bicycle code and the purpose for instituting it, which is primarily to deal with the irresponsible use of bicycles. This amendment sets the framework to impose charges for impound, storage and administrative fees, the amount to be set by resolution of the Board of Trustees.
The Board agreed that this is a necessary step to strengthen the code in controlling the misuse of bicycles in the Village. The Mayor thanked Village Code Enforcement and the Suffolk County Police for all they are doing to promote safety in the Village, especially with the bicycle situation.
On the motion of Trustee Bencivenga, seconded by Trustee Davida and unanimously carried, it was
RESOLVED to approve Local Law 4 of 2020.**
**Rescinded at Work Session 11/10/2020 to allow for public comments within 14 days
Meeting adjourned at 7:06 p.m.