Village of Hanley Hills, MO
St. Louis County
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Cross References — As to litter in parks, §235.080.
[R.O. 2012 §240.010; Ord. No. 617 Arts. I — III, 10-3-1996]
A. 
All public parks located within the boundaries of the Village of Hanley Hills, Missouri (hereafter "Village Park") shall be closed to the public from one-half (½) hour after sunset until one-half (½) hour after sunrise. Sunset and sunrise referred to herein shall be the times published in the St. Louis Post Dispatch for that date.
B. 
Any person, firm or corporation who desires use of a Village park during the closed times set out in Subsection (A) must apply to the Village for the use of said Village park in the same manner and in the same form for any individual or group which currently desires use of the Village parks. Application shall be made with the Village Clerk.
C. 
Any person, firm or corporation who is in a Village park after the closing time set forth in Subsection (A), and who do not have the required permission as set forth in Subsection (B), shall be in violation of this Section. Any person, firm or corporation found to be in violation of this Section shall be fined not less than ten dollars ($10.00) nor more than five hundred dollars ($500.00).
[R.O. 2012 §240.020; Ord. No. 587 Arts. I — III, 3-3-1994]
A. 
All baseball, softball, tee-ball or little league teams who wish to use the baseball diamonds located on Village property must submit an application to the Village in the form prescribed by the Village.
B. 
Accompanied with the application must be a one hundred dollar ($100.00) deposit. The deposit will be returned if the application is rejected. If the team uses the electricity available for a concession stand, the bill for using said electricity must be paid before the deposit will be returned. If said bill is not paid, then the deposit may be used to satisfy said bill. Return of the deposit will be made to the applicant after deducting all unpaid charges for use of the baseball diamonds, any damage caused and electricity within two (2) months after the close of the season.
C. 
A diamond fee of fifty dollars ($50.00) per season per night reserved per week shall be charged to each team whose application is accepted. Said fee is due and payable upon picking up the permit to use the baseball diamonds.