TOWN OF SOUTHAMPTON
OFFICE OF THE
EMERGENCY ORDER #4
WHEREAS, pursuant to Section 24 of the Executive Law of the State of New York, the Supervisor of the Town of Southampton is empowered to declare a State of Emergency in the event of imminent and immediate danger to the citizens of the township; and
WHEREAS, the Supervisor of the Town of Southampton, in consultation with:
[ ] the Department of Land Management,
[ ] the Town’s Coastal Erosion Hazard Administrator,
[ ] the Town’s Chief Environmental Analyst,
[ ] the President of the Board of Trustees of the Freeholders and Commonalty of the Town of Southampton,
[ ] the Town’s Superinten-dent of Parks and Recreation,
[ ] the Department of Public Safety,
XX the Southampton Town Police Department, and/or
XX the Southampton Town Highway Department,
XX the Suffolk County Department of Public Works
has heretofore, on the 18th day of November, 2019 declared that a Local State of Emergency exists within all and/or part of the jurisdictional boundaries of the Town of Southampton; and
WHEREAS, the Supervisor is empowered to issue Emergency Orders consistent with the State of Local Emergency determination;
NOW, THEREFORE, I, Jay Schneiderman, as Supervisor of the Town of Southampton, by the powers invested in me pursuant to Section 24 of the Executive Law of the State of New York, hereby set forth the following:
IT IS HEREBY ORERED:
a) that the State of Emergency shall apply to the area of Dune Road east of Road “I” to its terminus at Shinnecock Inlet
NOW, THEREFORE, I, Jay Schneiderman, as Supervisor of the Town of Southampton, do hereby declare that a State of Emergency exists within the Town of Southampton; and it is
ORDERED, that the following Emergency Order be hereby adopted and implemented:
The Southampton Town Police, in cooperation with the Division of Emergency Preparedness and the Department of Highways of the Town of Southampton and other Town agencies, shall as necessary:
XX Close all public streets, places and waterways to all persons, vehicular and pedestrian traffic as deemed necessary.
___ Alert residents in the area, to the extent practical, of the nature and source of imminent peril and of the desirability of evacuation from areas as determined by the Division of Emergency Preparedness and the Police Department.
XX Clear the roads of traffic and assist in the evacuation area.
___ Ascertain the location of persons in the emergency area and monitor their movement for the purposes of preserving and protecting life and property.
XX Establish such patrols and checkpoints as may be necessary to restrict access to the area and implement procedures to enable access to property owners in the closure area.
XX Coordinate and utilize other municipal agencies and subdivisions as necessary, including volunteer fire departments and ambulance services, to protect health, safety and welfare of the public.
___ Establish a curfew of ________ to prohibit and control the pedestrian and vehicular traffic, with the exception of essential emergency vehicles and personnel.
XX Regulate or close places of amusement and assembly, including the following:
To be determined. _________ __________________________
___ Suspend or limit the sale, dispensation, use or transportation of alcoholic beverages, firearms, explosives, and flammable liquids/materials.
____Establish and designate the following as emergency Special Needs shelters:
___Suspend and/or modify the following local laws, ordinances, regulations or parts thereof subject to federal and state constitutional statutory and regulatory limitations, which may prevent, hinder or delay necessary action in coping with this emergency or recovery there from and which the Town of Southamp-ton has made such request to the Governor pursuant to Executive Law §24(7), or the Governor has declared a state of emergency pursuant to Executive Law §28. Such suspension and/or modification is made for a period not to exceed five (5) days, is reasonably necessary for the to the disaster effort, safeguards the health and welfare of the public, and provides for the minimum deviation from the original requirements of the affected local law, ordinance or regulation. Suspended local laws, ordinances, regulations or parts thereof shall include:
This Emergency Order is effective immediately and shall continue for a period of five (5) days, unless otherwise amended, modified or rescinded or upon the declaration of the Supervisor that the emergency no longer exists, whichever occurs sooner.
This Emergency Order shall be issued in triplicate and shall be filed within 72 hours, or as soon thereafter as practical, in the Office of the Suffolk County Clerk, the Southampton Town Clerk and the Office of the Secretary of State and a copy of this order shall be published in the Southampton Press.
JAY SCHNEIDERMAN, SUPERVISOR
TOWN OF SOUTHAMPTON
Signed: Jay Schneiderman
Dated: November 18, 2019
Time: 10:00 a.m.