Town of Williamson, NY
Wayne County
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The provisions set forth herein shall apply to and be in effect in all parks under the control, supervision and jurisdiction of the Town of Williamson.
The following terms shall have the meanings indicated in this section:
AUTHORIZED PERSONNEL
Any person, department or agency given the right to function by the Town Board.
COMMITTEE
The Williamson Park Committee as appointed by the Town Board.
LAW ENFORCEMENT OFFICER
A police officer as defined in § 1.20 of the Criminal Procedure Law, a peace officer as defined in § 2.10 of the Criminal Procedure Law, or any other law enforcement official of the Town of Williamson, County of Wayne, State of New York, federal government, or any other applicable jurisdiction, having jurisdiction or authority to enforce this Part 2.
PARK
The grounds, buildings thereon, waters therein, docks, towpaths, trails, and any other property necessary for the operation thereof, and constituting a part thereof, which is now or may hereafter be maintained, operated and controlled by the Town of Williamson for public park purposes.
PERSON
Any individual, firm, partnership, corporation or association of persons; and the singular number shall include the plural.
PUBLIC GATHERING
A group of 10 or more people with a specific organized purpose, meeting in a specific location.
TOWN
The Town of Williamson.
TOWN BOARD
The Town Board of Williamson, the elective legislative body of the Town of Williamson.
VEHICLE
Every device in, upon or by which a person or property is or may be transported or drawn upon a highway.
Except as authorized by a permit granted by the Town Board pursuant to the provisions of § 123-49 of these rules:
A. 
No person shall remain, stop or park within the confines of the park after the park has closed and prior to its opening, as posted, except for the following:
(1) 
In an emergency; or
(2) 
With a special permit of the Town Board.
B. 
Park hours will be determined by the Town Board by resolution to enable them to amend the hours from time to time.
C. 
Nonobservance of this section shall constitute a violation.
A. 
Reservations for the use of park venues shall be issued on a first-come, first-served basis, at the Williamson Town Park, 3773 Eddy Road, Williamson, New York.
B. 
Applicants for reservations must be 21 years of age or over. Payment for all reservations must be made within 24 hours of application; otherwise the reservation will be canceled. All reservation applications must be signed by the applicant prior to use of the venues. The signer of the reservation application shall be responsible for all damage to the park venues and shall, as a condition for the granting of the reservation, indemnify the Town for all such damages.
C. 
As a condition for granting a reservation, the Town Board may require proof of insurance or a security deposit, in accordance with the rules and regulations promulgated pursuant to § 123-50.
D. 
Nonobservance of the rules as referenced in § 123-50 shall constitute grounds for denial or cancellation of any reservation applied for or issued pursuant to this section and denial of applications for future reservations, as set forth in § 123-49 herein.
A. 
Permits are required for all camping in the park. See the fee schedule for any applicable charges.[1]
[1]
Editor's Note: The fee schedule is on file in the Town offices.
B. 
When camping locations are made available within the park, rules and regulations particular to each location shall be promulgated pursuant to § 123-35 herein.
C. 
Permits for camping shall be issued by the Town of Williamson or its designee.
D. 
Visitors of campers may remain until park closing.
E. 
Nonobservance of subdivision A of Section Five shall constitute a violation.[2]
[2]
Editor's Note: So in original.
A. 
No person with intent to cause public inconvenience, annoyance or alarm, or recklessly creating a risk thereof, shall:
(1) 
Engage in fighting or violent, tumultuous or threatening behavior while in the park;
(2) 
Make unreasonable noise in the park;
(3) 
Use abusive or obscene language or make an obscene gesture while in the park;
(4) 
Without lawful authority, disturb any lawful assembly or meeting of persons in the park;
(5) 
Obstruct vehicles or pedestrian traffic in the park;
(6) 
Congregate with other persons in a public place and/or refuse to comply with a lawful order of a law enforcement officer to disperse or leave the park;
(7) 
Create a hazardous or physically offensive condition by any act that serves no legitimate purpose.
B. 
Nonobservance of this section shall constitute a violation.
A. 
No person shall strike, shove, kick or otherwise subject another person to physical contact, or attempt to do the same, with the intent to harass, annoy, or alarm such other person.
B. 
No person shall follow a person about the park with the intent to harass, annoy, or alarm such other person.
C. 
No person shall engage in a course of conduct or repeatedly commit acts which alarm or seriously annoy such other person and which serve no legitimate purpose.
D. 
No person shall threaten or menace any other person with any instrument or by using any animal to do the same, with the intent to harass, annoy, or alarm such other person.
E. 
Nonobservance of this section shall constitute a violation.
A. 
Except as authorized by a permit granted by the Town Board pursuant to the provisions of § 123-49 of these regulations:
(1) 
No person, except law enforcement officers, shall use, carry, or possess any firearm within the park.
(2) 
No person, except law enforcement officers, shall use, carry or possess any noxious materials ("noxious materials," for the purposes of this section, shall be defined as irritant gas dispensers, commonly called "tear gas" or "mace") within the park.
(3) 
No person shall use, carry, or possess air or gas guns, slingshots, bows and arrows, missiles or missile-throwing devices, unless such person is a participant in a program for which a permit has been obtained subject to § 123-49 below.
(4) 
No person, except duly authorized personnel, shall use, carry or possess any fireworks or explosive substances within the park.
(5) 
No person shall possess any other dangerous weapons within the park.
B. 
Nonobservance of this section shall constitute a violation.
A. 
No person shall loiter or remain in the park for the purpose of begging.
B. 
No person shall loiter or remain in the park for the purpose of gambling with cards, dice or other gambling devices.
C. 
No person shall loiter in or near toilets or rest room facilities within the park.
D. 
Nonobservance of this section shall constitute a violation.
A. 
Except as authorized by a permit granted by the Committee pursuant to the provisions of § 123-49 of these regulations:
(1) 
No person shall solicit or engage in any business, trade or commercial transaction, or other activity within the park involving the sale of merchandise or services, or for which any fee, payment, donation or other consideration is required or requested, except pursuant to a duly authorized concession agreement or other agreement for park purposes which shall have been subject to the prior approval or authorization of the Park Committee.
(2) 
No person shall post any sign, banner, or advertisement of any kind within the park without prior approval of the Committee.
B. 
Nonobservance of this section shall constitute a violation.
A. 
No person shall engage in games involving thrown or propelled objects, such as footballs, baseballs, horseshoes, golf balls, Frisbees or similar objects, except in areas designated for such usage, and then only subject to such rules as and regulations as may be promulgated pursuant to § 123-50 herein. All games of any description must be conducted in a safe and orderly manner, and no rough or boisterous practices will be allowed. No one shall play games for which a permit or fee is required without first obtaining such permit and paying such fee.
B. 
Notwithstanding the provisions of Subsection A, the use of lawn darts in the park is absolutely prohibited.
C. 
Nonobservance of this section shall constitute a violation.
A. 
Models, such as miniature planes, boats and cars, that produce loud noises shall not be operated in a manner so as to disturb other visitors to the park, or in an unsafe or hazardous manner within the confines of the park.
B. 
Shows and model displays shall require a permit issued by the Town Board pursuant to the provisions of § 123-49 of these regulations.
A. 
No person shall make, continue, cause or permit to be made or continued any unreasonable noise in the park.
B. 
No person shall shout, yell, call or whistle in the park so as to cause unreasonable noise.
C. 
No person shall operate or use any radio, musical instrument, television, phonograph or other machine or device for the production, reproduction or amplification of sound in such a manner so as to cause unreasonable noise in the park.
D. 
No person shall operate or use or cause to be operated or used any sound-reproduction device for commercial or business advertising purposes or for the purpose of attracting attention to any event, performance, show or sale or display of merchandise in connection with any commercial operation.
E. 
No motor vehicle, other than a police or emergency vehicle, which makes or creates unreasonable noise shall operate in the park.
F. 
No person shall operate a vehicle in such a manner as to cause unreasonable noise by spinning or squealing the tires of such vehicle.
G. 
No person shall cause the sounding of any horn or signaling device on any automobile, motorcycle, bicycle or other vehicle except as a danger warning.
H. 
"Unreasonable noise" shall be defined as any unusual loud sound which either annoys, disturbs, injures or endangers the health, safety, welfare, peace, quiet, comfort or repose of persons or which causes injury to plant or animal life. Standards to be considered in determining whether unreasonable noise exists in a given situation include but are not limited to the following:
(1) 
The volume of the noise.
(2) 
The intensity of the noise.
(3) 
Whether the nature of the noise is usual or unusual.
(4) 
Whether the origin of the noise is natural or unnatural.
(5) 
The volume and intensity of the background noise, if any.
(6) 
The time of the day or night the noise occurs.
(7) 
The duration of the noise.
(8) 
Whether the noise is recurrent, intermittent or constant.
(9) 
Whether the noise is produced by a commercial or noncommercial activity.
I. 
Nonobservance of this section shall constitute a violation.
A. 
No person shall take or attempt to take any fish from or send or throw any animal or thing into a pond or any of the waters of the park, except with the permission of the Committee, and accepting that fishing may be permitted in season in certain park waters designated by the Committee. No person shall kill, injure or unnecessarily disturb any fish, waterfowl, birds or animals. No person shall hunt, pursue with dogs, trap or in any other way molest any wild bird or animal found within the confines of the park or rob or molest any bird's nest or take the eggs of any bird.
B. 
Notwithstanding the provisions of Subsection A, the Town Board is hereby authorized to grant limited permits for the trapping of wild animals in the park if the Committee, after consulting the appropriate officials of the State Department of Environmental Conservation, certifies to the Town Board that the health, safety and welfare of residents of the Town of Williamson are or may be adversely affected unless limited trapping of the wild animals is permitted in the park. The number and duration of such permits shall be only such as are necessary, in the opinion of the Town Board, to correct any circumstances that have caused or contributed to a threat to the public health, safety and welfare. The Town Board shall promulgate rules and regulations governing the issuance, supervision and termination of such permits. All permits issued pursuant to this subsection shall be in accordance with the rules and regulations promulgated by the Town Board and shall be consistent with all applicable provisions of the New York State Environmental Conservation Law and the regulations pertinent thereof.
C. 
Nonobservance of Subsection A of this section shall constitute a violation.
A. 
No person shall injure, damage, destroy, deface, disturb, remove or befoul any part of the park nor any building, structure, sign, equipment or other property therein.
B. 
No person shall write, paint, mark, carve or otherwise deface any part of the park, including but not limited to any tree, bench, building, structure, sign, equipment or other property therein.
C. 
No person shall remove, injure or destroy any tree, flower, shrub, rock, mineral or other natural feature within the park.
D. 
Nonobservance of this section shall constitute a violation.
A. 
No person shall bring into, drop, deposit, dump or leave behind any rubbish, garbage, ashes, paper, cardboard, metal cans or other metallic substances, bottles, glassware, or any other refuse, waste material or other unwanted material of any kind in the park; except that any such materials resulting from picnics, camping, or other permitted activities shall be deposited in receptacles, pits or other containers provided for such purpose.
B. 
No person shall abandon any motor vehicle or other equipment or property of any kind in the park.
C. 
No person in the park shall discharge into, throw, cast, lay, drop or leave any substance, matter or thing, either liquid or solid, in any body of water, storm sewer or drain in the park.
D. 
Nonobservance of this section shall constitute a violation.
A. 
No person shall bring into the park any alcoholic beverages, or possess, consume, sell or drink any alcoholic beverage, including but not limited to beer or wine, unless a permit has been issued by the Committee which sets forth:
(1) 
The specific alcoholic beverage or beverages that may be brought into, possessed, consumed, or drunk within the lodge; and
(2) 
The exact location within the park where the specific alcoholic beverage or beverages may be brought, possessed, consumed or drunk;
(3) 
That no instance shall such possession, consumption or drinking be allowed beyond a one-hundred-foot perimeter of the lodge;
(4) 
That all those persons who shall have a right to use the lodge for such purposes must be 21 years of age or older.
B. 
In the event it is determined by any duly authorized enforcement officers of the Town, or law enforcement officer of the county or state, that provisions under Subsection A(1), (2), (3) and/or (4) above have been violated, then in that event, the permit shall immediately terminate and is revoked.
C. 
Nonobservance of this section shall constitute a violation.
A. 
Except as authorized by a permit granted by the Town Board pursuant to the provisions of this section of these rules and regulations:
(1) 
Except as provided in § 123-34 below, no person shall bring into, permit, have, or keep any animal in the park, except that dogs and cats are permitted if held in control by a leash not more than eight feet long.
(2) 
Animals required for assistance of the handicapped are exempt from the provisions of Subsection A of this section.
(3) 
No animal shall be left unattended in the park.
(4) 
Any individuals bringing dogs or cats into the park shall be required to pick up and deposit in proper receptacles all solid waste from said animals.
B. 
Nonobservance of this section shall constitute a violation.
A. 
Horseback riding is permitted only on designated roadways and over bridle paths or other paths established for such purpose. Horses shall not be ridden at a gait in excess of a trot while in the park. Horses shall not be ridden in the park so as to endanger any person or property. No person shall permit any horse to stray or stand unattended or to graze within the park. In no event shall horses be permitted in beaches, picnic areas, or playing fields.
B. 
Nonobservance of this section shall constitute a violation.
A. 
No person shall bathe, wade or swim in any water body within the park.
B. 
No person shall carry onto, possess, scatter or throw on any beach area bottles or containers of any kind, or broken glass, container caps, tabs, or other closure devices.
C. 
The use of life rafts, inner tubes, and other objects intended to support persons is prohibited.
D. 
No person shall operate a boat, surfboard, water skis, or similar aquatic equipment in any water body of any park.
E. 
Except as provided in § 123-33A(2), animals are prohibited in all water bodies and beach areas within the park.
F. 
Nonobservance of this section shall constitute a violation.
A. 
No person shall operate, row or paddle a boat or canoe in or upon park waters. No person, except as authorized by the Committee, shall place or propel upon the waters in the park any float, boat or other watercraft.
B. 
Nonobservance of this section shall constitute a violation.
A. 
No person shall start or use a fire on park property except in designated areas and facilities. No fire shall be left unattended.
B. 
No person shall picnic or cook in any area not designated by the Committee for that purpose.
C. 
Nonobservance of this section shall constitute a violation.
A. 
Riders of bicycles shall comply with all laws relating to bicycles in the New York State Vehicle and Traffic Law and with all rules following:
(1) 
No person shall ride a bicycle upon the lawns, foot trails, or bridle trails of the park unless such areas are designated for such vehicles.
(2) 
Bicycles shall be ridden in the extreme right-hand lane of park roads.
(3) 
No rider shall take both hands off the handles or steering mechanism or ride recklessly in any other manner.
(4) 
A bicycle shall not be towed by a rope or otherwise, nor shall any rider hold onto any moving vehicle for the purpose of being drawn along.
(5) 
No bicycle shall be pushed upon the park road where an adjoining foot walk is available.
(6) 
Infants, children or extra passengers shall not be carried on bicycles in any manner whatsoever, unless such vehicle is equipped with a separate seat for that purpose.
(7) 
Children under the age of 12 years riding small bicycles (wheels less than 20 inches in diameter) may use the foot walks.
(8) 
Wherever possible, bicycles shall be parked in places provided for such purpose.
(9) 
No person shall operate a bicycle which has affixed thereto a mechanical device capable of propelling the bicycle for the purpose of replacing or assisting human power.
B. 
Nonobservance of this section shall constitute a violation.
A. 
No person shall operate a "snowmobile" within the park. A snowmobile shall be defined as any self-propelled vehicle designated for travel on snow or ice, steered by skis or runners, and supported in whole or part by one or more skis, belts or cleats.
B. 
No person shall operate any motor-powered off-road vehicle, all-terrain vehicle, or limited-use vehicle in any part of the park. Off-road vehicles, all-terrain vehicles or limited-use vehicles shall include, but are not limited to: four-wheel-drive vehicles; vehicles equipped for operation in or on sand, mud, snow, gravel, or wetland; dune buggies; motorcycles or minibikes equipped for off-road usage; dirt bikes; golf carts; tractors; lawnmowers; or any similar type of vehicle or conveyance, except for vehicles used for park maintenance by authorized personnel.
C. 
Nonobservance of this section shall constitute a violation.
A. 
No person shall intentionally expose the private or intimate parts of his or her body in a lewd manner or commit any other lewd act.
B. 
No person shall appear in the park in such manner that the private or intimate parts of his or her body are unclothed or exposed. For purposes of this section, the private or intimate parts of a female person shall include that portion of the breast which is below the top of the areola. This section shall not apply to the breastfeeding of infants.
C. 
Nonobservance of this section shall constitute a violation.
A. 
No person shall fail or refuse to comply with any order relating to the regulation of activities hereunder, or the enforcement of the provisions of these rules, lawfully given by any law enforcement officer.
B. 
Nonobservance of this section shall constitute a violation.
A. 
No person shall drive any automobile, motorcycle or other motorized vehicle upon any part of the park, except for the proper drives and parking areas, or permit the same to stand upon the drive or any part thereof so as to congest traffic or obstruct the drive. Paths established as bridle paths, footpaths, or bicycle paths shall not be used for motorized vehicular traffic.
B. 
No person shall cause any taxi, bus, limousine or other vehicle for hire to attend any part of the park for the purpose of soliciting or taking passengers or persons other than those carried by said vehicle.
C. 
No person shall cause any bus with or without passengers, nor any cart, wagon, truck or trailer or other vehicle carrying goods, merchandise, manure, soil or other articles, or solely in use for the carriage of goods, merchandise, manure or other articles, to enter or to be driven in any part of the park. This section shall not apply to vehicles engaged in construction, maintenance, or operation of the park or parkway, to vehicles making deliveries to the park, or to buses under the permit of the Committee.
D. 
It shall be the duty of every person operating an automobile, motorcycle, or other motorized vehicle within the park to comply with:
(1) 
The New York State Vehicle and Traffic Law;
(2) 
The applicable traffic ordinances of the County of Wayne and the Town of Williamson; and
(3) 
All orders, directions and regulations issued by law enforcement officers or officially displayed on any post, standard, sign or device installed for the regulation of traffic.
E. 
No vehicle shall be operated on any road or drive in the park at a speed exceeding 15 miles per hour, unless otherwise posted. The Town shall cause signs to be erected along such roads or drives indicating such speed limits.
F. 
Where the Town has caused certain intersections of the park drives or roadways to be marked with stop signs, no person shall operate any vehicle, except authorized emergency vehicles, over or across such intersection without first bringing such vehicle to a complete stop at or near the stop sign.
G. 
Parking of any vehicle is prohibited on any of the park roads or parking areas during the hours that the park is not open to the public. No person shall park, stop or leave standing any vehicle in any area within the park except during the time he or she remains in the park.
H. 
The term "parking," as used herein, shall be defined as the standing of any vehicle, whether occupied or not, unless standing in obedience to traffic regulations or signals or while actively engaged in loading or unloading.
I. 
The Town shall erect suitable signs on roadways and in parking areas, which signs shall indicate where parking is authorized or prohibited.
J. 
No person shall operate a vehicle along or over any road, drive or other property within the park in a reckless manner or without due regard for the safety and the rights of pedestrians, drivers and occupants of all other vehicles, so as to endanger the life, limb or property of any person while in the lawful use of park facilities.
K. 
No person shall participate in a drag race in the park. "Drag race," as used herein, shall be defined as the operation of two or more vehicles from a point side by side at accelerating speeds in a competitive attempt to outdistance each other, or the operation of one or more vehicles over a common selected course from the same point to the same point wherein timing is made of the participating vehicles involving competitive accelerations or speeds. The operation of two or more vehicles side by side in excess of permitted speeds on park drives or rapidly accelerating from a common starting point in a speed in excess of such permitted speeds shall be prima facie evidence of drag racing.
L. 
No person who is under the influence of alcohol or a controlled substance, as defined in the New York State Penal Law, shall operate any vehicle within the park.
M. 
No person shall drive, move, cause, or knowingly permit to be driven or moved within the park, any vehicle or combination of vehicles which is in unsafe condition so as to endanger any person or property.
N. 
No person shall use or shine spotlights or unnecessarily or continuously shine automobile headlights on or into parklands, except under direction of a law enforcement officer or where necessary for the preservation of life or property.
O. 
In addition to and not in derogation of the penalties prescribed by applicable statute, rule, regulation or ordinance, nonobservance of any provision of this section shall constitute a violation.
A. 
No parent, guardian or custodian of any minor shall permit or allow him or her to do any act which would constitute a violation of these regulations, and such persons shall be jointly and strictly liable for the actions of said minors in their care.
B. 
Nonobservance of this section shall constitute a violation.
A. 
Except as authorized by a permit granted by the Town Board pursuant to the provisions of § 123-49 of these regulations:
(1) 
Park property shall not be utilized for ascending or landing of any aircraft, nor shall park property be used for parachuting, hang gliding, hot-air ballooning, or similar activities.
B. 
Nonobservance of this section shall constitute a violation.
A. 
Other activities in the Town park not specifically regulated herein shall be subject to rules and regulations promulgated by the Town Board pursuant to § 123-50 below.
B. 
Nonobservance of such rules and regulations shall be subject to such penalties as may be set forth therein.
A. 
Any group of persons exceeding 100 in number reserving park facilities for any use, including but not limited to picnics, races, festivals, weddings, parties, sporting events and hobbyists, shall obtain a permit from the Park Office, located in the lodge, at least seven days prior to such utilization of park facilities. The granting of said permit and use of park facilities pursuant thereto shall be in accordance with applicable federal, state, county and local laws and regulations, including but not limited to New York State Department of Health regulations.
B. 
Nonobservance of this section shall constitute a violation.
The Town Board, on recommendation of the Committee, by resolution, from time to time as it deems appropriate, may establish fees to be charged for utilization of park facilities.
The Town Board may direct the closing of the park or any portion thereof if such action is for the purpose of protecting park properties from damage or in the interest of protecting the health, safety, and welfare of persons utilizing park properties.
A. 
The Town Board is authorized and empowered to grant and issue permits for the activities described in §§ 123-20, 123-27, 123-29, 123-32, 123-33 and 123-44 of these rules and regulations. Applicable fees as determined by the Committee may apply.
B. 
Permits for the use or occupancy for park purposes of park property or facilities which may involve an extended term or an indefinite term subject to termination shall be issued by the Town Board on recommendation of the Committee.
C. 
As a condition for granting a permit, the Town Board may require proof of insurance or a security deposit, in accordance with the rules and regulations promulgated pursuant to § 123-50 herein.
D. 
All permits issued by the Town Board shall be in writing, and shall be signed or authenticated by the Town Supervisor or his or her authorized agent. All such permits and use of park facilities pursuant thereto shall be subject to the terms and conditions contained therein, all applicable provisions of these regulations, and all other applicable laws of the United States of America, the State of New York, the County of Wayne and the Town.
E. 
Any violation of the terms and conditions of a permit issued hereunder, of these rules and regulations, or any other applicable laws shall constitute grounds for the immediate revocation of such permit by the Town Board, which revocation shall be immediate, final and without appeal. No permit for the same purpose shall be issued to any person or persons whose permit has been revoked hereunder for a period of one year following the date of such revocation.
A. 
The Town Board is authorized and empowered to promulgate rules and regulations concerning the activities described in this document, such further rules and regulations as may be necessary to effectuate or implement the provisions herein, and such rules and regulations as may be recommended by the Committee.
B. 
All rules and regulations promulgated hereunder by the Town Board shall become effective only upon approval of such Board.
C. 
Reasonable efforts shall be made by the Town to reproduce, post, make available, distribute, and publicize all rules and regulations hereunder.
D. 
Copies of these rules and regulations shall be made available at the Williamson Town Park, 3773 Eddy Road, Williamson, New York, and Williamson Town Hall, 6380 Route 21, Suite II, Williamson, New York.
Any person convicted of a violation of these rules and regulations shall be subject to a fine not to exceed $100 or to imprisonment for a term not to exceed 15 days, or to both such fine and imprisonment.
A. 
Any law enforcement officer may arrest a person without a warrant for:
(1) 
Any offense when he or she has reasonable cause to believe that such person has committed such offense in his or her presence.
(2) 
A crime, when he or she has reasonable cause to believe that such person has committed such crime, whether in his or her presence or otherwise.
B. 
Any law enforcement officer shall have the right at all times to enter the premises of any building, structure or enclosure in the park which may be leased or set aside for private or exclusive use of any individual or group, or occupied or used pursuant to a permit hereunder, for the purpose of arresting violators hereof and may use all necessary legal means to attain that end.
C. 
Law enforcement officers are authorized to request production of a driver's license or other identification in enforcing this Part 2.
D. 
The Town Board and its duly authorized agents shall have the right to require any person found in violation of any provision of these rules and regulations to leave the park immediately.
E. 
Reasonable efforts shall be made by the Town to reproduce, post, make available, distribute, and publicize all rules and regulations hereunder.
F. 
Copies of these rules and regulations shall be made available at the Williamson Town Park, 3773 Eddy Road, Williamson, New York, and Williamson Town Hall, 6380 Route 21, Suite II, Williamson, New York.
If any provision of these rules and regulations shall be adjudged by any court of jurisdiction to be invalid, such judgment shall not affect, impair or invalidate the remainder thereof but shall be confined to its operation to the particular provision directly involved in the controversy.