2006 New York Code - Setbacks Along Boardwalks And Beaches.

    §  18-109  Setbacks  along  boardwalks  and  beaches. a. Any building,
  whether new or altered, abutting on any boardwalk or public  beach  that
  has or is to have an open front or fronts, or in which business is or is
  intended to be done through windows or doorways, shall have and maintain
  an  adequate setback satisfactory to the commissioner of buildings, such
  setback to be not less than four feet.
    b. Any person violating any of the provisions of  this  section,  upon
  conviction  thereof,  shall  be  punished  by  a  fine not to exceed ten
  dollars, or by imprisonment, not to exceed ten days, or by both.

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