Village of North Hills, NY
Nassau County
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[HISTORY: Adopted by the Board of Trustees of the Village of North Hills 9-18-2013. Amendments noted where applicable.]
GENERAL REFERENCES
Village property — See Ch. 83.
The provisions of this section shall be applicable in addition to any other applicable regulations pursuant to law, rule or regulation.
A. 
No person shall engage in any of the following conduct within the boundaries of the property subject to this section:
(1) 
Refusing to produce a valid identification card upon a lawful request by a police officer, peace officer or any person authorized by the Board to make such request.
(2) 
Bicycling (including unicycles, tricycles and other forms of bicycles), rollerblading, rollerskating or skateboarding.
(3) 
Riding or operating a motorcycle, motorbike or moped or other motorized mode of transportation.
(4) 
Consuming any alcoholic beverage or possessing any open container containing an alcoholic beverage with intent to consume the same.
(5) 
Performing or engaging in any unlawful act, including, without limitation, making or causing unreasonably loud or raucous noise, disturbing the peace or committing any nuisance.
(6) 
Mutilating, defacing or otherwise damaging or removing any Village property.
(7) 
Throwing or depositing any wastepaper, newspaper, boxes or rubbish of any kind upon Village property except in receptacles provided for such purpose.
(8) 
Posting or distributing any card, pamphlet or circular within the premises without the prior written consent of the Board of Trustees.
(9) 
Hawking or peddling, or soliciting funds for any purpose.
(10) 
Holding any meeting or demonstration, without the prior written consent of the Board of Trustees.
B. 
Any person who violates any rule or regulation provided herein shall be subject to punishment as provided in the Village Code for violations of that Code. In addition, any person found or observed to be in violation of any rule or regulation provided herein may be excluded from use of the property.
A. 
The property ("Village Hall property") owned by the Village of North Hills, located west of Shelter Rock Road, and known by the post office address of One Shelter Rock Road, shall not be used for any purpose other than governmental purposes of the Village of North Hills, or for a purpose as otherwise permitted by this section or as required by law.
B. 
Except to the extent specified herein, or except when any portion of such property is in use for an activity open to the general public pursuant to this section, no part of the Village Hall property shall be considered a public forum in whole or in part. Any portion of the Village Hall property in use for a purpose specified in this subsection shall be considered a limited public forum, only for such use and only during the period of such authorized use.
C. 
With permission from the Village Administrator, and provided that adequate portions of the Village Hall property are reasonably available and are not otherwise scheduled for other permitted use, the Village Hall property, or any part thereof, may be used (i) for a governmental purpose by any governmental entity other than the Village of North Hills, or (ii) for a similar use by or on behalf of boards of condominiums or homeowners' associations whose members consist solely of Village residents or owners of property in the Village.
D. 
With the permission of the Board of Trustees, and provided that adequate portions of the Village Hall property are reasonably available and are not otherwise scheduled for other permitted use, the Village Hall property also may be used for noncommercial activities which provide significant benefits to the residents of the Village of North Hills which would, in the opinion of the Board of Trustees, not otherwise be available to residents.
E. 
Outdoor portions of the Village Hall property present used pursuant to existing leases, or renewals, extensions or amendments thereof, may continue to be used for such purposes pursuant to the terms of such leases, renewals, extensions of amendments.
F. 
Except for materials to be used in conjunction with and in furtherance of an authorized use of the Village Hall property, no signs or other objects, materials or structures, may be placed or distributed anywhere on such property without the permission of the Board of Trustees. The Board of Trustees may delegate to one or more public officers of the Village the authority to grant such permission in any or all cases. Any signs or other objects, materials or structures placed on such property without required permission shall be deemed abandoned, and may be removed and disposed of in the sole discretion of the Village.
G. 
The Board of Trustees, acting by resolution, may establish and amend a schedule of fees for use of the Village Hall property, or any part thereof.
H. 
No person shall on any part of the Village Hall property:
(1) 
Refuse to produce a valid identification card upon a lawful request by a police officer, peace officer or any person authorized by the Board to make such request.
(2) 
Except where authorized by the Board of Trustees, consume any alcoholic beverage or possess any open container containing an alcoholic beverage with intent to consume the same.
(3) 
Perform, encourage or engage in any unlawful act, including, without limitation, making or causing unreasonably loud or raucous noise, disturbing the peace or committing any nuisance. As used in this subsection, "unlawful act" shall include any activity which is obscene or likely to cause imminent danger or harm to the person or property of one or more persons.
(4) 
Mutilate, deface or otherwise damage or remove any Village property.
(5) 
Throw or deposit any wastepaper, newspaper, boxes or rubbish of any kind except in receptacles provided for such purpose.
(6) 
Hawk or peddle, or engage in solicitation of funds.
I. 
Any person who violates any rule or regulation provided herein shall be subject to punishment as provided in the Village Code for violations of that Code. In addition, any person found or observed to be in violation of any rule or regulation provided herein may be excluded from use of the property.
J. 
In any case where any portion of the Village Hall property is used by any person or entity other than a board or agency of the Village, or another governmental entity, no such use shall occur unless the person or entity shall maintain adequate insurance, as may be determined by the Village Administrator, and give satisfactory evidence of same. For good cause shown, the Village Administrator may waive all or any part of such insurance requirements. All required liability insurance policies shall name the Incorporated Village of North Hills its elected and appointed officials, employees and volunteers as additional insureds, and shall be documented by policy endorsements. In all cases, the insurance carrier must be a New York State licensed carrier with an A.M. Best Rating of at least an A IX.
(1) 
Workers compensation and NYS Disability:
Coverage
Statutory
Extensions
Voluntary compensation
Employers liability
Unlimited
(2) 
Commercial general liability.
Coverage and limits
Occurrence
1999 ISO CGL or equivalent
General aggregate
$2,000,000
Products and completed operations
$2,000,000
Personal and advertising injury
$1,000,000
Per occurrence limit
$1,000,000
Fire damage
$50,000
Medical expense
$5,000
Additional insured
All owners, agents, employees, volunteers, elected and appointed officers and officials of the Incorporated Village of North Hills, using ISO Form GC 20 10 07 04 be accompanied by CG 20 37 07 04 adding back completed operations
Special
Hold harmless agreement
Aggregate limits per project
Waiver of subrogation
Primary and noncontributory
Contractual liability
Third-party injury to employees, volunteers, subcontractors etc.
Include completed operations
(3) 
Automobile insurance.
Coverage
Standard New York policy including all owned, hired, and nonowned vehicles
Limit
$1,000,000 combined single limit
Additional insured
All owners, agents, employees and volunteers and elected and appointed officers and officials of the Incorporated Village of North Hills, using ISO Form CG2010 (B) or equivalent.
(4) 
Umbrella liability.
Coverage and limits
General aggregate
$5,000,000
Products and completed operations
$5,000,000
Per occurrence limit
$5,000,000
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[Added 3-27-2019]
A. 
Except to the extent specified in the Village Code, or as specifically permitted or required by law, no person shall enter upon, or use, any Village real property, except with the express permission of the Board of Trustees. Such permission may be granted on such terms and conditions as may be determined by the Board of Trustees, which may include a reasonable fee for such use.
B. 
Except to the extent specified in the Village Code, or as required by law, no part of any Village property shall be considered a public forum in whole or in part.
C. 
Outdoor portions of Village property to which this section is applicable, and present used pursuant to existing leases, or renewals, extensions or amendments thereof, may continue to be used for such purposes pursuant to the terms of such leases, renewals, extensions of amendments.
D. 
No signs, or other objects, materials or structures, may be placed or distributed anywhere on such property without the permission of the Board of Trustees. The Board of Trustees may delegate to one or more public officers of the Village the authority to grant such permission in any or all cases. Any signs or other objects, materials or structures placed on such property without required permission shall be deemed abandoned, and may be removed and disposed of in the sole discretion of the Village.
E. 
Any person who violates any rule or regulation provided herein shall be subject to punishment as provided in the Village Code for violations of that Code. In addition, any person found or observed to be in violation of any rule or regulation provided herein may be excluded from use of the property.