Chapter A116, RECREATION FACILITIES, USE OF
[HISTORY: Adopted by the Board of Trustees of the Village of Lake Success 6-21-1971; amended in its entirety 7-26-1976. Subsequent amendments noted where applicable.]
� A116-1. Purpose.
� A116-2. Criteria for determining residency.
B. A child of an eligible owner or lessee shall be presumed to be a nonresident if he has a place of residence outside of the village, except one which is maintained by reason of his full-time attendance at a recognized educational institution or his membership in the Armed Forces of the United States or in the Peace Corps or Volunteers in Service to America (VISTA). [Amended 11-18-1985 by L.L. No. 6-1985]
� A116-3. Eligibility of renters for use of recreational facilities
A. A person or member of a household of a person who rents a dwelling in the village pursuant to a lease for a period of not less than one year and has established full-time occupancy in the village for at least 60 days shall be entitled to annual privileges. Such annual privilege shall only be valid for the period of residency in the village.
B. A person or member of a household of a person who rents a dwelling in the village for a period of not less than 120 days shall be entitled to daily privileges at village recreational facilities during the term of such periods.
C. Rent or rental, as used above, must include the following: a taking over of the premises by the renter and vacating by the owner and his family and the payment of a fixed amount of rent money for a definite period of time.
D. Annual resident memberships will be restricted to those that actually reside in the village, either owner/landlord or resident/tenant, but not both.
� A116-4. General restrictions; appeals.
A. A household unit shall consist of any number of persons related by blood, adoption or marriage or two unmarried persons, and the children of either parent, residing in the dwelling.
B. Proof of residency shall be required from the person applying for recreational use privileges shall be verified by the Commissions of the recreational facilities.
C. A property owner renting his home in the village and not actually residing in the Village of Lake Success shall not be entitled to any recreational use privileges afforded to a resident during the period of such rental. Where nonresident privileges of recreational facilities are established, the lessor may apply for use privileges as a nonresident.
D. Any person who has been denied use privileges of the village recreational facilities as a nonresident may appeal such denial to the Board of Trustees, whose decision shall be final.
E. Fee and category of membership shall be established by resolution of the Board of Trustees upon recommendation by the Park and Golf Commission.