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Southampton Town Supervisor Extends Emergency Order Restricting Town Beaches to Local Residents and Renters
This Emergency Order (#7.23 of 2020) limits the use of all town beaches, not just parking lots, to residents and legal renters, and restricts roadside parking near beaches as well.
Certain sections of Town Code Chapter 111 and 312 regulate parking by permit areas from
July 1 through Labor Day. This Emergency Order extends the parking permit regulation period to September 30. It also provides that certain Town beaches – Long Beach, Sagg Main, Ponquogue Beach, Tiana Beach, and Pikes Beach – will be designated as parking by permit on weekends only. Emergency Orders like this, suspending local laws, are limited to no more than five days; this Emergency Order is likely to be extended.
This order is in effect as of 12:00 a.m. on September 14, 2020 through September 18, 2020 at 11:59 p.m.
Emergency Order No 7.23 of 2020
SUPERVISOR EXTENDS STATE OF EMERGENCY IN TOWN OF SOUTHAMPTON TO ADDRESS OUTDOOR DINING RESTRICTIONS
Supervisor Jay Schneiderman has signed Emergency Order #12.12 to address certain restrictions regarding outdoor dining in the Town of Southampton. The purpose of EO#12.12 is to temporarily amend several sections of Southampton Town Code Chapter 250 (Outdoor Sidewalk Dining), in order to accommodate restaurants during this time. In particular, these amendments will allow more patrons to be served outside, subject to the inspection and approval of the Fire Marshal’s Office, and in accordance with the Governor’s Executive Orders.
This order is in effect as of 12:00 a.m. on September 14, 2020 through September 18, 2020 at 11:59 p.m., and may be renewed thereafter if deemed necessary and appropriate.
Emergency Order No 12.12 of 2020