Section 17.11 - Miscellaneous

17.11 Miscellaneous. (a) Refuse storage and disposal. Adequate and sanitary facilities shall be provided and maintained for the storage and disposal of refuse. Sanitary methods shall be used for the temporary storage, collection, handling and disposal of refuse. Any on-premise refuse processsing, treatment, and disposal facilities shall meet the requirements of the State Commissioner of Environmental Conservation.

(1) The operator shall provide for refuse pickup or central refuse storage.

(2) If refuse pickup is not provided, the occupant shall be responsible for transporting refuse to the central refuse storage.

(3) The occupant shall be responsible for the proper maintenance and storage of refuse on each site.

(b) Insect and rodent control. Grounds, buildings and structures shall be maintained in such a manner as to control noxious insect and rodent infestations. Extermination methods and other measures to control insects and rodents shall conform with the requirements of the agency having jurisdiction.

(c) Weed control. The growth of ragweed, poison ivy, poison oak, poison sumac and other noxious weeds shall be controlled. Control measures and materials shall conform with requirements of the agency having jurisdiction. The elimination of such weeds where the growth is limited to a single site shall be the responsibility of the occupants.

(d) Toxic materials. Agricultural pesticides and toxic chemicals shall not be stored in an area accessible to park residents. If any pesticides or toxic chemicals are stored or made available, they shall be used as directed on the package and in accordance with any applicable requirements established by the Department of Environmental Conservation, and stored so as not to cause air, surface water or ground water pollution.

(e) Other duties. (1) The operator shall provide a suitable and responsible individual to be in charge of the property and who shall be readily available while the property is occupied.

(2) The operator shall comply with the provisions of this Part and with all conditions stated in the permit, and shall allow the permit-issuing official or his representative to enter the premises at any reasonable time to ascertain compliance with this Part.

(3) The operator shall be responsible for traffic control measures that will preclude hazards to vehicular and pedestrian traffic, and to insure ready access to any and all sites by emergency vehicles at all times.

(4) The operator shall be responsible for immediately reporting the following to the permit-issuing official: interruption in the treatment of supply of drinking water; all fires resulting in a report or call to a fire department or police; the existence of inadequately treated sewage on the surface of the ground.
 

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