[Adopted 7-7-1982 by Ord. No. 24-1982]
This article shall be titled the "Brigantine Public Boat Ramp Ordinance."
The purpose of this article is to regulate the use of that City property located on the bay at 6th Street South, in order that the facilities thereon may be safely used for the recreational benefit of the general public.
The area described in § 111-16 above shall be divided into a senior citizen area, a public boat ramp area and a public rowing sports area, each area being separately and clearly marked.
No person shall, upon any such lands, engage in, conduct or carry on any business, trade or occupation whatsoever, nor solicit nor take orders for goods, wares and merchandise, carry or expose advertising signs, distribute circulars, pamphlets or other printed matter, nor beg nor solicit alms.
No person shall be permitted to dress or undress on the docks, ramp or parking area, or in any vehicle parked thereon.
No person shall be permitted to play ball, paddle tennis or engage in other activities dangerous to or constituting a nuisance to the users of the facility.
No person shall set up, post or maintain any sign or advertising matter upon or over said lands or upon vessels or objects floating or stationed in the waters or in the air above or adjacent thereto.
No person shall in any way litter the facility or cast any waste material, paper, trash, rubbish or any other matter thereon.
No person shall block or impede the public boat ramp beyond a reasonable time required to launch or recover a boat.
No person shall discharge any oil, gasoline or other chemical substance upon the facility or the adjacent waters.
No person shall maneuver any vehicle or vessel on or adjacent to the facility in any manner that may endanger the life, safety or property of any other user of the facility or of the public.
This article shall be enforced by members of the Police Department and auxiliary police of the City of Brigantine.
Any person who shall be convicted of a violation of the provisions of this article shall be fined for each offense in an amount not more than $1,000 or be imprisoned in the county jail or place of detention provided by the municipality for any term not exceeding 90 days or both.
[Amended 12-28-1992 by Ord. No. 28-1992]
Any person who aids, assists or abets in the violation of any provisions of this article shall be subject to the penalties herein provided for.