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  Town of Frye Island
Cumberland County
State of Maine


Chapter 118--- Ordinance for use of Public Beaches in the Town of Frye Island, Maine, Providing Penalties for Violation.

Table of Contents

§118-1 Title
§118-2 Purpose
§118-3 Requirements
§118-4 Violations and Penalties
§118-5 Enforcement

§118-1   Title.

This Ordinance shall be known as the �Ordinance for the use of Public Beaches in the Town of Frye Island, Maine.�

§118 - 2   Purpose.

The purpose of this Ordinance is to provide rules for the use of Public Beaches.

§118 - 3   Requirements.

  1. No open fires on beaches. (*).

  2. No camping overnight on beaches.

  3. No personal items left on beaches overnight.

  4. NO DOGS on beaches between the hours of 10:00 am and 5:00 pm. (Must       clean up after your dogs).

  5. No powered watercraft is to be left or tied up on Frye Island Public beaches. Pick up and drop- offs only. No power boats are to enter swimming areas. All power boats accessing Frye Island Public beaches must have a current resident or a temporary rental Frye Island sticker.

  6. Canoes, kayaks, rowboats and paddleboats must be pulled up beyond sandy area, racked, or in designated areas only.

  7. No littering. Use trash containers provided.

  8. Moorings must be out beyond swimming areas, and must not interfere with swim areas.

Noncompliance with mooring placement will result in the mooring being removed.

§118 - 4   Violations and Penalties.

Any person who violates any of the provisions of this Ordinance shall be guilty of a civil violation and, upon conviction, shall fined not less than fifty dollars ($50.00) and not more than five hundred ($500.00), with each incident being considered a separate violation: all fines accrue to the Town. A warning may be issued for a first offense.

§118 - 5   Enforcement.

This Ordinance shall be enforced by the Town of Frye Island Police Department, the Cumberland County Sheriff�s Department, or their designees.