City of Plattsburg, MO
Clinton County
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[Ord. No. 1083, 8-14-1973]
A. 
Generally. The City of Plattsburg, Clinton County, Missouri, shall enter into an agreement with the United States Corps of Engineers for the development and improvement of recreational facilities as provided by Section 70.325 of the Revised Statutes of the State of Missouri, 1969, and that the City of Plattsburg, Clinton County, Missouri, set aside the following described land located within one (1) mile of the City Limits of Plattsburg, Missouri, for the establishment of a City Park and Recreational Facility and levy taxes for the maintenance of such park and recreational facility as provided in Section 90.010, RSMo., 1969.
The tract of land to be used for such purpose is described by metes and bounds as follows, to-wit:
B. 
Location-Description: A tract of land situated in the Northeast Quarter of the Southwest Quarter and the West half of the Southeast Quarter of Section Twenty-four (24), Township Fifty-five (55) North, Range Thirty-two (32) West of the Fifth Principal Meridian, Clinton County, Missouri, more particularly described as follows:
Beginning at the Southeast corner of the Northeast Quarter of the Southwest Quarter of said Section Twenty-four (24); thence westerly along the south line of said Northeast Quarter of the Southwest Quarter to a point 928 links East of the Southwest corner thereof; thence North, 550 links; thence continuing North, 243 feet to the Southeast corner of an Old Cemetery; thence continuing North along the East line of said cemetery to the existing southerly right of way line of State Highway 116; thence in a northeasterly direction along the southerly right of way line of said highway to the interSection with the existing southerly right of way line of the Atchison, Topeka and Santa Fe Railroad; thence in an easterly and southeasterly direction along the southerly right of way line of said railroad to the east line of said West half of the Southeast Quarter; thence southerly along the east line of said West half of the Southeast Quarter to the center of Little Platte River (Smith's Fork and Platte River); thence in a westerly, southerly and southeasterly direction, downstream, along the center of said river to the intersection with the center of Horse Fork Creek; thence in a westerly and northwesterly direction; upstream, along the center of said creek to the Est line of said West half of the Southeast Quarter; thence northerly along the west line of said West half of the Southeast Quarter to the point of beginning.
[Ord. No. 1934 §2, 6-25-2008]
Parks shall be open for public use during the following hours:
Firemen's Park. Shall be open for public use from 6:00 A.M. to 10:00 P.M. year round.
Oak Meadow Park. Shall be open for public use from 6:00 A.M. to 10:00 P.M. year round.
Parry/Plaza Park. Shall be open for public use from 6:00 A.M. to 3:00 A.M. year round.
Perkins and Grafton Park. Shall be open for public use from 6:00 A.M. to 10:00 P.M. year round. Public use of the park is allowed after 10:00 P.M. only for organized athletic events sanctioned by the Parks Board/Plattsburg City Recreation Program. In the cases of sanctioned athletic events, the Park shall remain open for public use until thirty (30) minutes after the end of the last athletic event of the day.
Ted Moore City Park. Shall be open for public use from 6:00 A.M. to 10:00 P.M. year round.
[Ord. No. 1934 §§3 — 5, 6-25-2008]
A. 
Parry (Plaza) Park. Alcohol use shall be limited to beer and wine only. No hard liquor or spirits shall be allowed. Beer may be provided, served and consumed only in single serving (sixteen (16) ounce or less) non-glass containers. Wine may be provided, consumed and served only in non-glass containers; wine boxes are limited to two (2) gallon size or less.
The sale or resale of alcohol is strictly prohibited.
B. 
Perkins/Grafton Park Alcohol Use Regulations. Alcohol use in Perkins/Grafton Park(s) public parks shall be limited and must comply with the conditions listed below:
1. 
Perkins Park/Grafton Park. Alcohol use shall only be allowed upon receipt of an alcohol use permit and upon payment of established permit fee and deposit.
2. 
Alcohol use shall be limited to beer and wine only. No hard liquor or spirits shall be allowed. Beer may be provided, served and consumed only in single serving sixteen ((16) ounce or less) non-glass containers. Wine may be provided, consumed and served only in non-glass containers; wine boxes are limited to two (2) gallon size or less.
3. 
Permits may be obtained at City Hall. Individuals desiring to have, provide, serve or provide alcohol in this park shall pay a non-refundable twenty-five dollar ($25.00) permit fee and a one hundred dollar ($100.00) cleanup deposit. Deposits shall be refunded upon the City's determination that the permittee left the permit area in the same or better state of cleanliness as it was prior to the permit use. Alcohol use permits must be visibly displayed at all times.
4. 
Permits shall only be issued for the following specific facility/areas within Perkins/Grafton Park: Front Green Shelter House; Front Brown Shelter House with gazebo; Back Shelter House; Grafton Park Shelter House; baseball fields. An individual alcohol permit shall only be valid for the specific facility/area for which it is issued. Each facility/area shall include a one hundred (100) foot radius from the facility or from the perimeter fence of the baseball/softball fields. A permit will only be for a specified location and only to the individual who has reserved that specific facility/area.
5. 
The sale or resale of alcohol is strictly prohibited.
6. 
All alcohol use must be in accordance with the conditions of this Section. Failure to obey the conditions of the permit may result in immediate, on-site revocation of the permit and/or a summons for failure to comply with a municipal ordinance. All alcohol use must cease and alcohol must be immediately be removed the park upon revocation of the permit. Permittee's compliance with the revocation instructions does not provide immunity to further sanctions for violation of the Municipal Code.
C. 
Ted Moore City Park/Oak Meadow Park/Firemen's Park. No alcohol use of any kind shall be allowed in these neighborhood parks.