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CODIFICATION OF ORDINANCE

 

Table of Contents

A. General (page 1)     A. General (page 2)     B. General Elections Board and Commissions     C. Town Meeting Election Board and Commissions
D. Appointive Boards and Commissions     E. Public Officials     F. Public Roads     G. Operation of Town Sanitary Transfer Station
H. Public Safety     I. Disposal of Town Property     J. Flood Plan Management Ordinance     K. Sanitary Code     L. General Repealer 

 

A.1.  FEDERAL OLD AGE AND SURVIVORS INSURANCE SYSTEM

The town shall participate in the Old Age and Survivors Insurance System as provided for in Section 7-452 through 7-459 inclusive of the CGS, in accordance with the existing agreement between the State Retirement Commission and the Town of Marlborough, dated February 20, 1956, excluding therefrom the services performed by individuals to whom Section 218-(c) (3) (c) of the Social Security Act is applicable. 

A.2.  SIGNPOST

The official Town signpost for purposes of legal notices of Town business shall be that notice board or exterior place nearest to the office of the Town Clerk at the Marlborough Town Hall. The Selectmen shall erect and maintain said signpost and may from time to time designate other locations for said signpost in accordance with CGS 7-102.

A.3.  BUILDING CODE

Sec. 1.    The Town of Marlborough hereby adopts and implements the State Building Code in accordance with the provision of “Section 19-395 of the CGS.

Sec. 2.    SOLAR ENERGY

Be it enacted that the Town of Marlborough hereby authorizes the property tax exemption of solar energy heating or cooling systems set forth in Section 12-81 (56)(a)(b)(c) of the CGS.

A.4.  LAND USE AND PERMITS

Sec. 1.  A permit shall be required before the filling of, or removal of earth products including, but not limited to, materials such as; sand, gravel, stone, loam, dirt, peat, coal, and minerals. The permit shall be issued or denied in accordance with regulations promulgated by the Zoning Commission of the Town of Marlborough and all such filling of, or removal of such earth products and the reestablishment of ground level and protection of the area by suitable cover shall conform and comply with regulations promulgated by the Zoning Commission of the Town of Marlborough.        

Any person, firm or corporation shall be subject to a fine not more than one hundred ($100) dollars for each violation of this Section of this ordinance (Sec. 7-148). Each day that a violation continues unabated after notice by the Town shall be considered a separate violation for purposes of fines.

Sec. 2.  No building permit shall be issued for any building unless the lot upon which the building is to be located shall have frontage on either (a) a “Street” (as defined below) or (b) a proposed street in an approved subdivision with respect to which all required improvements with the exception of paving, loaming and seeding have been completed and approved by the Town Engineer in conformance with the Town of Marlborough’s Highway Standards. A certificate of occupancy shall not be granted for a building located on a proposed street in an approved subdivision until all required improvements have been completed and approved by the Town Engineer in conformance with the Town of Marlborough ‘s Highway Standards with the exception of the final course of paving, loaming, and seeding. This section shall not prevent the issuance of building permits for the construction of farm or accessory buildings.

Any building erected in violation of this Section shall be deemed an unlawful structure, and the First Selectman may bring action to enjoin the erection of such structure or to cause the same to be vacated or removed. Any person, firm or corporation violating this Section shall be subject to a fine of not more than Two Hundred Dollars ($200) for each building or structure so erected in violation of this Section.   

For the purposes of this Section, “Street” shall mean an approved right-of-way that has been accepted by the Marlborough Board of Selectmen, a state road, or a private right-of-way that has been approved by the Marlborough Planning Commission or Zoning Commission. (Effective August, 1996).

A.5.  LAND USE COMMISSION’S ORDINANCE FOR FEE SCHEDULES

In accordance with Section 8-1c of the Connecticut General Statutes regarding  reasonable fees for processing municipal land use applications, the Town of Marlborough shall henceforth assess fees in accordance with a schedule of fees to apply to the Zoning Commission, Planning Commission, Zoning Board of Appeals and Conservation and Inland Wetland Commission. The Board of Selectman shall set such fee schedule annually for all land use applications to defray the costs of processing said applications. Such schedule shall supersede any specific fees set forth in the general statutes or any special act.

Sec. 1 ESTABLISHING PENALTIES FOR VIOLATIONS OF CERTAIN LAND USE REGULATIONS

A.   Citations for Violations of Inland Wetland Regulations

1.    The Town Planner and Town employees working at the direction of the Town Planner are authorized to issue citations for violations of the Inland Wetland Regulations of the Town of Marlborough to the extent and in the manner provided by this ordinance. Any such citation may be served either by hand delivery or by certified mail, return receipt requested, to the person named in the citation. If the person named in the citation sent by certified mail refuses to accept such mail, a citation may be sent by regular United States mail. The issuance of such citations and any fines payable in connection therewith shall be in addition to and not in lieu of any penalties or remedies set forth in the Inland Wetland Regulations of the Town of Marlborough and the Connecticut General Statutes.

2.    The Conservation Commission is hereby empowered and authorized, as the designee of the Board of Selectmen, to adopt regulations governing the issuance and enforcement of all citations issued for violations of the Inland Wetland Regulations of the Town of Marlborough, provided, that said regulations shall be in conformance in all respects to this Ordinance and applicable law. In no event shall any citation be issued pursuant to this Section A: (a) prior to the effective date of such regulations, (b) against the state or any employee of the state acting within the scope of his employment, or (c) without the approval of the Conservation Commission. The schedule of fines for such citations shall be set by the Board of Selectmen from time to time and the initial schedule of fines for such citations is set forth in Schedule A attached hereto and made a part hereof.

3.    The Town Planner shall retain an original or certified copy of any citation issued pursuant to this Section A, which original or certified copy shall be deemed a business record within the scope of Section 52-180 of the Connecticut General Statutes, as amended.

B.   Citations For Violations of Zoning Regulations

1.    The Zoning Enforcement Officer and Town employees working at the direction of the Zoning Enforcement Officer, are authorized to issue citations for violations of the Zoning Regulations of the Town of Marlborough to the extent and in the manner provided by this ordinance. Any such citation may be served either by hand delivery or by certified mail, return receipt requested, to the person named in the citation. If the person named in the citation sent by certified mail  refuses to accept such mail, a citation may be sent by regular United States mail.  The issuance of such citations and any fines payable in connection therewith shall be in addition to and not in lieu of any penalties or remedies set forth in the Zoning Regulations of the Town of Marlborough and the Connecticut General Statutes.

2.    The Zoning Commission is hereby empowered and authorized, as a designee of the Board of Selectman, to adopt regulations governing the issuance and enforcement of all citations issued for violations of the Zoning Regulations of the Town of Marlborough, provided, that said regulations shall be in conformance in all respects to this Ordinance and applicable law. In no event shall any citation be issued pursuant to this Section B: (a) prior to the effective date of such regulations, or (b) without the approval of the Zoning Commission. The schedule of fines for such citations shall be set by the Board of Selectmen from time to time, and the initial schedule of fines for such citations is set forth in Schedule A attached hereto and made a part hereof.

3.    The Town Planner shall retain an original or certified copy of any citation issued pursuant to this Section B., which original or certified copy shall be deemed a business record within the scope of Section 52-180 of the Connecticut General Statutes, as amended.

C.   Time Period by Which a Fine Must Be Paid If Not Contested

A person or entity receiving a citation authorized by this Ordinance shall be allowed to make an uncontested payment of the fine specified therein for a period of thirty (30) days commencing upon the date of receipt of the citation, provided, if the citation has been sent by regular mail pursuant to the provisions of Section A. or Section B, the day of receipt of the citation shall be deemed to be three days after the day of mailing of the citation. Any payment made pursuant to this Section C shall be made to the Treasurer for deposit in the General fund. Such payment shall be inadmissible in any proceeding, civil or criminal, to establish the conduct of such person or other person making the payment.

D.   Notice of Right to Hearing

Any person or entity issued a citation and failing to make an uncontested payment thereof pursuant to Section C hereof shall be entitled to a notice informing such person or entity (i) of the allegations against such person or entity and the amount of fines due,  (ii) that such person or entity is entitled to contest their liability before a citation hearing board by delivering, in hand or by United States mail to the Town Planner, written demand thereof within ten (10) days following receipt of the notice described by this Section D, (iii) that failure to demand a hearing within such ten (10) day period may result in judgment being entered against such person or entity, and (iv) that such judgment may issue without further notice. 

E.    Admission of Liability 

Any person or entity receiving a notice described in Section D hereof shall be entitled to admit liability and pay the full amount of the fines described in such notice, without requesting a hearing. Such payment shall be made within the ten  (10) day period described in Subsection (D)(ii). Any payment made pursuant to the Section E shall be sent to the Town Planner and made payable to the Treasurer for deposit in the General Fund. Such payment shall be inadmissible in any proceeding, civil or criminal, to establish the conduct of such person or other person making the payment.

F.    Appointment of Hearing Officers and Formation of Hearing Board

1.    The Board of Selectmen shall appoint at least three (3) Town residents to  act as Citation Hearing Officers to conduct hearings as described in this Ordinance.

In no event shall any of the following individuals be appointed as a hearing officer pursuant to this Section F: (i) the Town Planner, (ii) the Zoning Enforcement Officer, (iii) the Town Building Inspector;  (iv) any commissioner of the Conservation Commission, (v) any commissioner of the Zoning Commission, or (vi) any Town employee exercising any authority under the Inland Wetland Regulations of the Town of Marlborough or the Zoning Regulations of the Town of Marlborough. No Citation Hearing Officer shall be entitled to compensation in connection with the exercise of such Citation Hearing Officer’s duties hereunder.  Each Citation Hearing Officer shall be removable at will by the First Selectman, subject to the approval of the Board of Selectmen, acting as chief executive officer of the Town of Marlborough pursuant to Section 7-12a of the Connecticut General Statutes, as amended. 

2.    A Chief Citation Hearing Officer shall be elected by the members of the Citation Hearing Board from among the members of the citation Hearing Board. This election shall be made upon the effective date of this ordinance and annually thereafter in January of each year.   The Chief Citation Hearing Officer shall continue in office until their successor is elected. The Chief Citation Hearing Officer, shall be responsible for (i) establishing a Citation Hearing Board from time to time pursuant to Section F.3 hereof, (ii) making final determinations regarding conflicts of interest and other ethical matters as they pertain to any Citation Hearing Officer, (iii) administrating each hearing pursuant to the provisions hereof; and (iv) ensuring the adherence of each hearing conducted hereunder to the applicable provisions of the Connecticut General Statutes, as amended, and the provisions hereof. 

3.    Three (3) Citation Hearing Officers shall comprise a Citation Hearing Board. In the event that more than three(3) Citation Hearing Officers shall have been appointed pursuant to the provisions hereof, the Chief Citation Hearing Officer shall appoint a Citation Hearing Board from all available Citation Hearing Officers, provided that the Chief Citation Hearing Officer shall use reasonable efforts to ensure the equal participation of all Citation Hearing Officers. 

G    Hearing Procedure for Citations

1.    Any person or entity receiving the notice described in section D shall be permitted to demand a hearing by delivering written demand thereof, in hand or via United States mail, to the Town Planner within the (10) days following receipt of the notice described in Section D. Such person or entity shall be entitled to require the presence of the individual issuing such citation at such hearing, provided such person or entity includes such request in such demand. The Town Planner, upon receipt of such demand, shall assign such hearing and certify such demand to the Chief Citation Hearing Officer.

2.    The Chief Citation Hearing Officer shall set a date, time and place for a  hearing, and send written notice thereof to such person or entity. Such hearing shall be held not less than fifteen (15) days nor more than thirty (30) days following the Town Planner’s receipt of such demand, provided, that the Chief Citation Hearing Officer shall grant a postponement or continuance of such hearing upon good cause shown as requested by any interested party.

3.    Any person or entity wishing to contest liability under the citation shall appear at the hearing.  The Town Planner, or his designee, shall be permitted to appear on behalf of the Town. 

4.    All hearings shall be conducted by a Citation Hearing Board. Each Citation Hearing Board shall conduct hearings in the order and form and with such methods of proof as the Chief Citation Hearing Officer deems fair and reasonable. The rules regarding the admissibility of evidence shall not be strictly applied, but all testimony shall be given under oath or affirmation. Testimony and evidence presented shall be recorded by a competent stenographer, or, in the alternative, the  Citation Hearing Board shall cause such testimony and evidence to be recorded by a sound-recording device. All testimony and evidence comprising the hearing record shall be retained as a business record within the scope of Section 52-180 of the Connecticut General Statutes, as amended. Any person or entity contesting liability at the hearing, and any individual appearing on behalf of the Town may present evidence. At the conclusion of the hearing, The Citation Hearing Board shall announce a decision, and a written record thereof shall be produced to be included in the hearing record.  Any decision by a Citation Hearing Board shall require the affirmative consent of at least two (2) of the Citation Hearing Officers comprising such Citation Hearing Board.

5.    No Citation Hearing Officer which has a conflict of interest or the appearance of a conflict of interest in any hearings shall be assigned to preside over such hearings as part of a Citation Hearing Board. Any Citation Hearing Officer who determines that there exists the possibility of the appearance of a conflict of interest in any hearing shall recuse himself from such hearing, and the Chief Citation Hearing Officer shall assign an alternate Citation Hearing Officer to such hearing.

H.   Entry of Judgment

1.    If any person or entity receiving the notice described in Section D hereof  fails to make a payment pursuant to Section E or demand a hearing within the (10)  days of receipt thereof, such person or entity shall be deemed to have admitted   liability for the violation(s) stated in the citation. The town Planner shall certify  said failure to respond to the Chief Citation Hearing Officer, and the Chief Citation  Hearing Officer shall thereafter enter and assess the fines stated in the citation.

2.    If such contesting person or entity fails to appear at the hearing, the    Citation Hearing Board assigned to such hearing shall determine whether such    person or entity was duly noticed pursuant to the provisions of this Ordinance. If    the Citation Hearing Board determines that such person or entity was duly noticed    pursuant to the provisions of this Ordinance, the Citation Hearing Board shall   determine whether such person or entity’s presence was necessary.    The Citation  Hearing Board shall be permitted to review copies of police reports, investigatory    and citation reports and other official documents mailed to the Chief Citation    Hearing Officer or the Citation Hearing Board by such person or entity. If the   Citation Hearing Board determines that such person or entity was duly noticed and  that such person’s or entity’s presence at the hearing was necessary, the Citation  Hearing Board shall enter an assessment by default. Each determination made     hereunder by a Citation Hearing Board shall require the affirmative consent of at  least two (2) of the Citation Hearing Officers comprising such Citation Hearing     Board.

3.    If, at the conclusion of the hearing, the Citation Hearing Board announces     a decision stating that the person or entity cited is not liable, the Chief Citation    Hearing Officer shall dismiss the matter and enter the determination in writing.

4.    If, at the conclusion of the hearing, the Citation Hearing Board announces     a decision stating that the person or entity cited is liable for the violation(s) stated  in the citation, the Chief Citation Hearing Officer shall enter as provided for by this  ordinance such decision and assess the fines stated in such citation. 

I.    Failure to Make Payment When Due 

If any assessment is not paid on the date of its entry, the Chief Citation Hearing  Officer shall follow the procedures established in Section 7-152c(f) of the  Connecticut General Statutes, as amended.

J.    Right to Appeal 

Any person or entity against which an assessment has been entered pursuant to this    Ordinance is entitled to judicial review by way of appeal in accordance with   Section 7-152c(g) of the Connecticut General Statutes, as amended.

 

SCHEDULE A

TO ORDINANCE ESTABLISHING PENALTIES FOR
VIOLATIONS OF CERTAIN LAND USE REGULATIONS

SCHEDULE OF FINES

    CITATIONS ISSUED FOR VIOLATIONS OF THE INLAND WETLAND REGULATIONS OF THE TOWN OF MARLBOROUGH:

     Fine:  One Thousand and No/100 Dollars ($1,000.00) for each cited violation.

     CITATIONS ISSUED FOR VIOLATIONS OF THE ZONING REGULATIONS OF THE TOWN OF MARLBOROUGH:

     Fine:  One Hundred Fifty and No/100 Dollars ($150.00) per day for each cited violation.

  

RESOLUTION OF THE FIRST SELECTMAN, TOWN OF MARLBOROUGH

     WHEREAS, as of the date hereof, the board of Selectmen of the Town of Marlborough duly adopted an ordinance establishing a policy and procedure for the issuance of citations for land use violations, entitled “Ordinance Establishing Penalties for Violations of Certain Land Use Regulations” (the “Ordinance”); and

     WHEREAS, pursuant to Section 22a-42g of the Connecticut General Statutes, as amended, the chief executive officer of Marlborough is empowered to authorize persons to issue citations for violations of the Inland Wetlands Regulations of the Town of Marlborough; and

     WHEREAS, pursuant to Section 7-152c of the Connecticut General Statutes, as amended, the Board of Selectmen of Marlborough is empowered to appoint persons to conduct municipal citation hearings; and

     WHEREAS, pursuant to Section 7-12a of the Connecticut General Statutes, as amended, The First Selectman of the Town of Marlborough is deemed to be said chief executive officer; and

    WHEREAS, the undersigned, as First Selectman of the Town of Marlborough desires to expressly affirm the appointment of certain individuals as being authorized to issue citations for violations of the Inland Wetlands Regulations of the Town of Marlborough, and

     WHEREAS, pursuant to Section 7-152c of the Connecticut General Statutes, as amended, the Board of Selectmen of Marlborough is empowered to appoint persons certain individuals as municipal citation hearing officers, as set forth in the Ordinance.

     NOW, THEREFORE, the undersigned, as First Selectman of the Town of Marlborough, hereby (i) authorizes the Marlborough Director of Planning and Development and Town employees working at the direction of the Marlborough Director of Planning and Development to issue citations for violations of the Inland Wetland Regulations of the Town of Marlborough, pursuant to Section 22a-42g of the Connecticut General Statutes, as amended.

 Dated this 20th day of February, 2007.

A.6.  REGIONAL COUNCIL OF GOVERNMENTS

The Town of Marlborough does hereby adopt Section 4-124(i ) through 4-124 (p) of the 1971 Supplement to the CGS (Public Act 821), providing for the formation of a Regional Council of Governments within a planning region as defined or redefined by the director of the office of State Planning, and does hereby join such Regional Council of Governments when and as such Council is duly established in accordance with such statutes, upon the adoption of said statutes by not less than sixty percent of all municipalities within such planning regions. The adoption of such Sections of the CGS is intended to include the provisions of any special act of the 1975 General Assembly respecting additional representation for the core city within the Capitol Region on a Regional Council of Governments, and a non-voting advisory Regional Forum thereunder, consistent with the proposed by-laws of such Regional Council of Governments on May 3, 1973.   

BE IT ORDAINED THAT Section A.7 of the Codification of Ordinances of the Town of Marlborough is hereby repealed, and the following is enacted in replacement thereof: 

A.7  PEDDLING AND SOLICITING 

I.    License required

No person, except as hereinafter stated, shall sell, offer for sale or solicit orders for any goods, wares or merchandise within the Town of Marlborough without a license (hereinafter referred to as the "Peddling License") issued by the Town Clerk's Office upon the filing of an application as hereafter provided.

II.    Exceptions

The following activity shall not require a Peddling License:

A.   Sales by farmers and gardeners of the produce of their farms and gardens, the sale, distribution and delivery of milk, teas, coffees, water, spices, groceries, meats and bakery goods, newspapers, sales on approval, conditional sales of merchandise and any other persons or sales which may be exempt from such regulation by the General Statutes.

B.    Sales by persons having an established place of business in the Town of Marlborough.

C.   Sales to dealers and business establishments.

D.   Sales for the benefit of a charitable organization located in Marlborough, a regional or charitable organization that though not located within Marlborough provides services to residents of Marlborough (e.g., the Andover Hebron Marlborough Youth and Family Services organization, etc.) or a charitable organization approved by the State.

E.    Sales by persons for their own account who are residents of the Town of Marlborough and who have not attained 16 years of age.

F.    An activity otherwise exempted by law.

III.   Application for Peddling License

The application for a Peddling License shall be filed with the Town Clerk's Office, in writing, and shall contain the following information:

A.    The full name and description of the applicant; if a partnership, the names of all partners; if a corporation, club or association, the name of agent, officers and directors.

B.   The permanent home address and business address of the applicant.

C.   The full and legal name and address of the applicant's employer.

D.   If a vehicle is to be used in relation to the Peddling License, a description of the same, together with the license or other registration number or other similar means of identification.

E.    A description of the nature of the business and any goods to be sold.

F.    A sample copy of all of the materials, which the applicant intends to provide to potential customers, shall be provided with the application.

G.   A certificate of insurance for each policy applicable to the business subject of the application, including, but not limited to, general liability and workers' compensation insurance.

IV.   Background check

Prior to the issuance of such Peddling License, each applicant and all persons registered as helpers shall undergo a Connecticut State Police Records Check (SPRC) and submit the results of the same to the Town Clerk's office.

V.    Issuance of License

The Town Clerk shall issue the license or provide written notice of the denial of the same within 30 days of receipt of the completed application or the submission of the results of the aforesaid background check, whichever date is later.

VI.   Appeal process

In the event any such license is denied by the Town Clerk's Office, the applicant may appeal by making a written request within five days of such denial for a hearing before the Board of Selectmen at the next regularly scheduled meeting or a special meeting called for this purpose within thirty (30) days of the denial.

VII.   Fees

The Peddling License fee shall be $100 per year. Each person helping or assisting in the sale, offering items for sale or soliciting orders shall be individually licensed and shall pay the license fee. All such Peddling Licenses shall expire on the 31st day of December following the date of issuance.

VIII.  Issuance of card or button

The Town Clerk shall issue to such persons as shall qualify a card or button bearing the name and address of the licensee, the name and address of his employer, if any, and the expiration date of the license, signed by the Town Clerk's Office.

IX.   Nontransferability of license

No Peddler's license shall be used at any time by any person other than the one to whom it was issued.

X.    Records

It shall be the duty of the Town Clerk's Office to keep a record of all Peddlers' Licenses and a detailed account of all receipts for such licenses, which receipts shall be turned over monthly to the Town Treasurer.

XI.   Use of public streets and property restricted

A peddler or solicitor using a vehicle shall have no exclusive right to any location on public streets or public property, shall not be permitted any stationary location therein and shall not be permitted to operate in any congested area or any area where his operations might impede or inconvenience the public. For the purpose of this chapter, the judgment of a police officer or Town official, exercised in good faith, shall be deemed conclusive as to whether the area is congested or the public impeded or inconvenienced.

XII.   Exhibit of license

Each individual holding a Peddler's License must present his Peddler's License upon his arrival at the property of any potential customer and upon the request by any individual.

XIII.  Night sales at dwellings prohibited

Calls at the dwelling of any person for sale or solicitation by any licensee between the hours of 6:00 p.m. and 8:00 a.m. are prohibited, except by appointment with the owner or tenant of the property.

XIV.  Revocation of license; notice of hearing

A.   Any license may be suspended by the First Selectman without hearing, and/or revoked after notice and hearing for any of the following causes:

1.    Fraud, misrepresentation or false statement contained in the application for license.

2.    Fraud, misrepresentation or false statement made in the course of carrying on the business.

3.    Any violation of this Ordinance.

4.    Conviction of any crime or misdemeanor involving moral turpitude subsequent to the issuance of the license.

5.    Conducting the business in an unlawful manner or in such a manner as to constitute a breach of the peace or to constitute a menace to the health, safety or general welfare of the public.

B.    Notice of such suspension and/or revocation shall be given, in writing, setting forth the grounds for suspension and/or revocation. Such notice shall be mailed by certified mail, return receipt requested, to the licensee at the address provided by said licensee in his most recent submitted application or his last known address at the time the license is suspended. The licensee, if he wishes to challenge the revocation of his Peddler's License, must request a hearing before the Board of Selectman by forwarding such a request, in writing, to the Board of Selectmen within five days of the date of the notice of suspension/revocation. If the licensee fails to timely request a hearing, the suspension and/or revocation shall be final, without any further notice to the licensee. If a hearing is timely requested, the date fixed for the hearing shall be not less than five days nor more than 10 days after the receipt of the licensee's request for a hearing.

XV.  Expiration of licenses

All Peddler Licenses shall expire on the 31st day of December following the date of issuance.

XVI.  Penalties for offenses

A.    Any person violating any of the provisions of this Ordinance, including, but not limited to, the sale, offering for sale or solicitation of orders for sale without a valid Peddler's License, shall be punished by a fine not to exceed $199.

B.    This section shall be enforced by citations issued by designated municipal officers or employees, and a citation hearing procedure authorized by § 7-152c of the Connecticut General Statutes.

Dated October 5, 2011.

A.8.  SUPERINTENDENT OF HIGHWAYS

DELETED

The First Selectman shall be the Superintendent of Highways for the Town of Marlborough.

(Deleted entire Ordinance 9/16/03)

A.9.  RESIDENT STATE POLICEMAN

The Board of Selectmen are authorized to enter into an agreement with the Commissioner of the Connecticut State Police for providing a Resident State Policeman for the Town of Marlborough under the provisions of Section 29-5 of the CGS.

A.10.  LOITERING 

It shall be unlawful to loiter or cause undue noise or nuisance on any street, sidewalk or public place.

It shall be unlawful to loiter on private property where the owner has made written request to the Board of Selectmen to regulate loitering on his property, and has given notice of said loitering prohibition by posting his property in conspicuous manner.

Any person violating this ordinance shall be subject to a fine not exceeding one hundred ($100) dollars for each offense pursuant to CGS 7-148(d).

A.11.  LIQUOR SALES

The sale of alcoholic liquor shall be unlawful each day from one o’clock a.m. until nine o’clock a.m. except Sunday and Monday when it shall be unlawful from one o’clock a.m. on Sunday until twelve o’clock noon, and from eleven o’clock p.m. on Sunday until nine o’clock a.m. on Monday, except that such sale shall be lawful on January 1 until three o’clock in the morning.

The sale of alcoholic liquor in hotels, restaurants, cafes, bowling establishments, clubs, golf country clubs and places operating under charitable organization permits, a university permit, a coliseum permit, coliseum concession permit, a special sporting facility restaurant permit, a special sporting facility employee recreational permit, a special sporting facility guest permit, a special sporting facility concession permit or special sporting facility bar permit and tavern permits shall be lawful on Sunday from twelve o’clock noon until eleven o’clock p.m. Except for Sunday sales permitted herein, wherever the provisions of CGS, Section 30-91 are more restrictive, they shall take precedence over this ordinance.

 

Town Hours of Operation

Monday            8:00 - 4:30
Tuesday           8:00 - 7:00
Wednesday      8:00 - 4:30
Thursday          8:00 - 4:30
Friday              8:00 - Noon

 

Current Events

11 Dec 2017;
07:00PM -
Marlborough Parks & Rec Meeting
11 Dec 2017;
07:00PM - 08:00PM
Special EDC Meeting
12 Dec 2017;
07:00PM -
Lake Advisory Committee
13 Dec 2017;
07:00PM -
Board of Finance Meeting
13 Dec 2017;
07:00PM -
Zoning Board of Appeals
14 Dec 2017;
07:00PM -
WPCA Meeting

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