[HISTORY: Adopted by the Common Council of the City of Hornell as Subpart B of the 1970 Municipal Code. Amendments noted where applicable.]
Parks and recreation areas — See Ch. 205.
The Hornell Recreation Commission, established by a resolution of the Common Council of the City of Hornell, New York, passed February 19, 1923, is hereby abolished, from and after the first day of April 1930.
All of the powers vested in said Recreation Commission by said resolution shall, after said Commission is abolished as aforesaid, be vested in the Common Council of said city, and said Common Council shall have full control and supervision of the existing playgrounds and recreation centers in said city with authority to maintain, equip and operate the same and to establish, maintain and operate additional playgrounds and recreation centers and employ play leaders, playground directors and such other officers and employees as said Council shall deem proper. Said Council shall have all the powers set forth in Article 13 of the General Municipal Law.
Said Recreation Commission, before the first day of April 1930, shall deliver to said Council or such officer or employee as it shall designate all property and equipment, real and personal, now in the possession of said Commission, and the funds now held by the City Chamberlain shall be transferred to the control of the Common Council to the same extent as they were controlled by said Commission, and funds hereafter appropriated or property acquired for recreation purposes shall be under the supervision and control of said Common Council.
Said Commission, before the first day of April 1930, shall render a report to the city setting forth its receipts and disbursements with property acquired or disposed of since the last annual report of said Commission, with an inventory of the property on hand.