Code Quiz Answers: How Did You Fare?

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Assemblies of more than ____ people require a permit in Nissequogue.

  • 75
  • 150
  • 200 (chapter 45, section 2)
  • 250

Pools shall not exceed ____ feet in length or diameter in a Residential B Zone in Village of the Branch.

  • 20 (chapter 72, section 12)
  • 30
  • 40
  • 50

“No person shall operate a boat in such a manner as to unjustifiably or unnecessarily annoy or frighten or endanger the occupants of any other boat or cause or frighten or endanger any _____”

  • Beachgoers
  • Passengers
  • Swimmers
  • Seabirds (Head of the Harbor chapter 161, section 14)

Picnics are NOT specifically prohibited in which one of the following three villages?

  • Nissequogue
  • Head of the Harbor
  • Village of the Branch

“It shall be unlawful to keep more than ___ dogs six months old or older on any premises, regardless of the number of owners.”

  • 2 (Village of the Branch chapter 38, section 4)
  • 3
  • 4
  • 5

"The Commissioner of Sanitation of the Incorporated Village of the Branch is hereby authorized to seize and remove or cause to be seized and removed any abandoned _____ from any public place within the Village, without notice."

  • All-terrain vehicle
  • Automobile
  • Shopping cart (Chapter 70, section 4; Town of Smithtown chapter 221, section 11)
  • Bicycle

“Excessively weathered or faded _____ shall be removed or put into a good state of repair.”

  • Signs (Chapter 221, section 4)
  • Mailboxes
  • Shutters
  • Barns

What did the Town of Smithtown create first?

  • Anti-Bias Task Force
  • Human Rights Commission (Chapter 43)

True or false: Rafts are allowed at town beaches?

  • True
  • False (Chapter 101, section 8)

Regulation of the hours of commercial and business activity on Memorial Day and _____ is in the best interests of the Town of Smithtown and its residents so that such commercial activity shall not conflict with appropriate ceremonies and proper observance

  • Veterans' Day
  • Independence Day (Chapter 88, section 1)
  • New Years' Day
  • Christmas Day







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