[HISTORY: Adopted by the City Council of the City of Glen Cove 2-14-1989 (Ch. 9, Art. I, of the 1981 Code). Amendments noted where applicable.]
Regular meetings will be held on the fourth Tuesday of each month at 7:45 p.m. at the Glen Cove Library and conducted in accordance with the New York State Open Meetings Law.
Editor's Note: See Article 7 of the Public Officers Law.
Each member club shall attend a minimum of six meetings in a calendar year or be transferred to an advisory member. This action shall be in effect through the next full calendar year before said club shall be allowed to petition the Commission for a recommendation to the City Council for reappointment as an active member of the Commission.
Range officers will complete a certified range officers safety course approved by the Glen Cove Range Commission, and be recommended by their club, in writing, on club stationery and signed by a club officer. Minimum 5% of membership or five, whichever is greater.
Minutes of all Commission meetings will be mailed to the primary representative from each organization as soon as possible after each meeting. It will be the responsibility of the primary and alternate representatives to maintain communication.
The Glen Cove Range Commission will submit an annual budget to the City Council for its consideration on or before September 15 of each year.
The financial secretary will prepare semiannual bills and present them to the Range Commission for approval at least 15 days prior to the beginning of each billing period.
Upon its approval of the bills, the Range Commission will mail bills directly to the member clubs and submit to the Finance Department a list of all range fees to be collected.
All bills are payable directly to the Finance Department within 15 days after the start of each billing period.
The Finance Department will forward to the Range Commission the completed list of all payments received.
The Range Commission will follow up on delinquent payments.
Two hours weekly/eight hours monthly/104 hours annually is accepted minimum for usage of range. Fees and charges for use of the range by all clubs presently using the range, any police organization other than the Glen Cove Police Department and any new clubs will be as set forth by the City Council by resolution.
The Glen Cove pistol range will be used only by gun clubs who have met the Glen Cove Range Commission's requirements and by active insured members of the Glen Cove Police Department.
Any club or organization wishing to use the pistol range must meet the Commission's requirements. The club must apply in writing on club stationery and signed by a club officer.
Any club or organization using the range will supply the Commission and the City of Glen Cove with:
A roster of club officers and addresses.
An insurance certificate naming the City of Glen Cove as an additionally insured, for a minimum of $500,000, to be increased to $1,000,000 within one year.
The club's National Rifle Association affiliate certificate.
A copy of club's rules and regulations, reference range use.
A letter requesting a weekly time slot on club stationary, signed by a club officer.
Keys are restricted to Commission members and Glen Cove Range Commission certified range officers.
Any club or organization requesting a time slot change will do so in writing on club stationery and signed by a club officer.
Any club or organization wishing to have a locker at the range will submit a request in writing to the Commission on club stationery and signed by a club officer. All lockers will be identified with the organization's name.
No person, other than the City of Glen Cove, shall place vehicles, equipment, building materials or refuse of any kind in or about the range parking lot without written permission from the City of Glen Cove.
No work, other than maintenance, shall be performed at the pistol range without the consent of the City of Glen Cove; the city will, when possible, confirm such work with the Range Commission prior to embarking thereon.