Town of Somers, NY
Westchester County
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[HISTORY: Adopted by the Town Board of the Town of Somers 4-9-1992. Amendments noted where applicable.]
Advisory Board on Architecture and Community Design — See Ch. 6.
Appropriate uses of historic structures shall include, but not be limited to, town, school district and Somers Historical Society sponsored events and small concerts, readings, children's story hours, dramatic presentations, historic tours, church services (but not more than two per organization per year), weddings and other small events as approved by the town. The town reserves the right to deny any application for a permit or to revoke any permit issued.
A permit for the use of any historic structure shall be obtained from the Superintendent of Parks and Recreation Department (or designee).
A fee schedule for the permitted uses shall be established, subject to modification at any time, and the parks and recreation schedule shall be used for the time being.
A refundable deposit fee in the amount of $100 shall be established to cover possible cleanup or damage costs.
All permittees shall sign a hold-harmless statement, and all organizations, churches and businesses shall provide the town with a certificate of insurance with general liability limits of $1,000,000 naming the town as an additional insured.
The permittee shall be responsible for the following conditions:
That the consumption of alcoholic beverages on the premises is prohibited.
That smoking on the premises is prohibited.
That no food or drink be served inside either Tomahawk Chapel or Mount Zion.
That the structure and grounds be left in the same condition as found.
That the permittee be responsible for any and all damages to the structure and/or grounds during use.
That, in the case of Mount Zion, occupancy is limited to the first floor, total occupancy not to exceed 50 people, and for Tomahawk Chapel, not to exceed 50 people.