The Town of Deposit, like any other municipality, has various legal documents that establish its legal authority and provide guidance on its operations. These documents include the town charter, local laws, and resolutions. The town charter outlines the town’s organizational structure, powers, and responsibilities. The Site Plan Review Law regulates land use and development, while local laws address specific issues such as animal control or noise violations. Resolutions are official statements adopted by the town board that express its position or decision on a particular matter. These legal documents play a crucial role in maintaining the town’s governance, protecting the community’s interests, and providing a framework for orderly development and growth.