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Tuesday, January 31, 2023

Town/Village Fee Schedule

Effective January 3, 2023

Recent Changes noted in yellow
Fees are Non-Refundable

Administratve Fee   $25
Adult Use Fee Application
Annual Review
$0
$0
3rd - $200
4th - $250
5th - $300
Building Permit Fees Residential
Commercial
Additional 100% permit fee for late apps
.15/sq. ft./$50 Minimum
.20/sq. ft./$100 Minimum
plus engineering fees
Bulk Refuse/Garbage Removal

All fees incurred:
Administrative Recovery Charge
Total per cleanup

Replacement 18 gallon Recycling Bin

Varies
$300
Varies

$9.00

Cat Pickup Fee   $50
Certificate of Occupancy Sale/Transfer/Change in use
Temporary C of O
$100
$150
Planning Board Application   $100 minimum
plus engineering fees
 Copies   $0.25 per Black & White sheet     $0.50 per Color Sheet
Demolition Permit   $50 residential
$250 commercial
Design Criteria Manual   $100
Dog Impound/Care Plus daily cost of care charged by kennel $60 - 1st
$80 - 2nd
$100 - 3rd
Dog License Neutered/spayed
Not neutered/Not spayed
$9
$17
Grass Mowing
(First and all subsequent violations)

Code Enforcement Violation
Administrative Recovery Charge
Total per mowing

$300
$300
$600
Commercial Grass Mowing Code Enforcement Violation
Administrative Recovery Charge
Total per mowing
$300
$300
$600
First Violation Code Enforcement Violation
Administrative Recovery Charge
Total for first violation
$200
$150
$350
Second Violation Code Enforcement Violation
Administrative Recovery Charge
Total for second violation
$300
$200
$500
Third Violation Code Enforcement Violation
Administrative Recovery Charge
Total for third violation
$300
$300
$600
Maps Village small 8 1/2 x 11
Village large 2' x 3'
$2
$4
Marriage License Ordinary
Certified Copy
$40
$10 additional
Permit Re-Inspections 2nd re-inspection
3rd re-inspection
All subsequent trips
$50
$100
$200
Parking Tickets   $25
$100 in handicap/veteran spot
Community Conference Room Only
Executive Conference Room Only
Board Room Only

Senior Center Room Only
Community Center Kitchen
Entire Community Center
Resident
Resident
Resident

Resident
Resident
Resident
Non-Resident
Non-Resident
Non-Resident

Non-Resident
Non-Resident
Non-Resident
$50
$50
$50

$75
$100
$225
$75
$75
$75

$100
$150
                  $300
Baseball/Softball Fields
Dragged and Lined
$30
$75

Peddler/Solicitor License

 

Door to Door with Background Check (3)Days

3 day
Each additional day
Annual

$50
$25
$350

$75

2nd Hand Dealers License Annual $350
Return Check   Per Bank Charge
Sewer

Out of District
Permit & Inspection
Re-Inspection
Initial Hook-Up
Road Repair Fee

Pure Water Fee
Pure Water Fee

$210 per year
$50
$25
$1,300 per unit
Labor, equipment & materials plus Pure Water Fees - TBD
$250 Residential
$350 Commercial

Signs

Temporary Signs
Permit
Political-refundable deposit
$50
$50
$50
$50
$100 late submission fee
Special Pick-Up Fines Including garage sale signs $25 - 1st
$50 - 2nd
$75 - 3rd
$100 - 4th
Requested Pick-Up Trash
Dumpster
(if not in dumpster or cans, man power plus machinery)
$25 minimum
$50 minimum
$25 per appliance
Subdivision Approval Application   $200 plus enginineering fees
Tax Search   $20
E-Waste All E-Waste picked up at the curb
 
$25 per item
 
Tires Pick-Up Fee   $15 minimum
$5 each additional tire
Zoning Board (All Planning Applicationa) Application $100 Plus enginineer review at appropriate hourly rate

Town/Village Code Book

Copy of Town/Village Code book

Copy of Town/Village Zoning Code

Copy of Twon/Village Subdivision Code

OnLine

No Binder

$250 entire code book printed

$150.00

$40.00

$10.00

Zoning Change Application $250
Plus Engineer review hourly $200 minimum
Stop Work Orders   $300 Minimum
$1,000 Maximum
Residential Permit Security Deposit Building Inspectors Discretion $500
Property Research   $50
Overnight Truck Usage 1 Ton Dump per use
6 Wheel Dump per use
$85
$110
Rental Unit Permit Fee Doubles up to (8) units
Single Family Homes
$150
$100

 

Small Cell Wireless Communication Facility Fees

• $500.00 SINGLE APPLICATION THAT MAY INCLUDE UP TO FIVE LOCATIONS

• $100.00 FOR EACH ADDITIONAL LOCATION BEYOND THE ALLOWED FIVE

• $1,000.00 APPLICATION FEE FOR NEW POLE

 • $270.00 PER SMALL WCF ANNUALLY FOR A MUNICIPAL OWNED POLE IN THE RIGHT-OF-WAY

 • $135.00 PER SMALL WCF ANNUALLY FOR A NON-MUNICIPAL OWNED POLE IN THE RIGHT-OF-WAY

 

 

 

 

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