[HISTORY: Adopted by the Board of Trustees of the Village of Lake Success 10-14-1999 by L.L. No. 2-1999. Amendments noted where applicable.]
Use of recreational facilities — See Ch. A116.
The Board of Trustees deems it in the best interest of the Village to establish an official Commission to oversee and monitor golf facilities, including but not limited to expenses and revenue of the Village golf course, golf facilities and buildings servicing same (the "golf facilities"). Such commission's responsibilities will include meeting the needs and concerns of the public with respect to the golf facilities, acting as a liaison and overseeing the daily affairs of the independent golf-course operators, including the pro shop, and making recommendations to the Board of Trustees regarding rules and regulations governing said golf facilities as well as actions to be taken by the Village and, when authorized by the Board of Trustees, to protect, maintain, improve and monitor the golf facilities.
The Board of Trustees deems it desirable that a representative group of residents be designated to serve in the interest of the public, without compensation, to implement and monitor such golf facilities, in accordance with the dictates of the Board of Trustees.
[Amended 12-11-2000 by L.L. No. 9-2000; 8-12-2002 by L.L. No. 3-2002]
There is hereby created a Golf Commission consisting of 11 members to be appointed by the Mayor with the approval of the majority of the Board of Trustees. Each member's term shall be for one or two years, at the discretion of the Mayor with the approval of the majority of the Board of Trustees, in order to ensure the continuity and experience of the Commission. A member of the Board of Trustees shall be appointed as one of the members of the Golf Commission and shall serve as its Chair.
At its discretion, the Mayor, with the approval of the Board of Trustees, may appoint one alternate member to serve in place of any member of the Commission who is unable to attend any particular meeting of the Commission. The alternate member of the Commission shall have all of the powers and duties of regular members at such times as the alternate member is serving to fill a quorum. The alternate member shall be appointed for the term of one year.
[Added 8-14-2006 by L.L. No. 8-2006]
The Golf Commission shall oversee the golf facilities and make recommendations to the Board of Trustees regarding actions to be taken by the Village to protect, maintain, improve and administer them, including but not limited to expenses and revenue of such golf facilities, to prepare and make such studies and render such reports as necessary with respect to the golf facilities and to implement actions so approved by the Board of Trustees with respect to the golf facilities.
The Golf Commission may appoint a Secretary to the Golf Commission to assist it in performing its functions.
[Amended 4-10-2006 by L.L. No. 4-2006]
The Secretary to the Golf Commission shall be its recording secretary and shall be responsible for keeping a public record of the minutes of all meetings, its resolutions, findings and determinations. If no Secretary has been appointed, the Commission shall appoint a Commission member to act as recording secretary to keep a public record of the minutes of all of its meetings, its resolutions, findings and determinations.
The Chair shall be responsible for providing notice of all Golf Commission meetings.