City of Summit, NJ
Union County
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[Ord. No. 1869; Ord. No. 2207, Preamble]
In the interest of public safety and for the regulation of the use of public buildings, parks, playgrounds and property and the promenade, it is deemed necessary to establish a procedure for granting permission when use of such public areas is requested by persons and organizations.
[Ord. No. 1867; Ord. No. 2207 § 2; Ord. No. 2254 § 5, I; Ord. No. 2355 § 1; Ord. No. 02-2553; Ord. No. 06-2740; Ord. No. 10-2895; Ord. No. 10-2904 § 1]
Nonprofit organizations (an "applicant") desiring to use public property owned by the City, or any of its Boards shall provide a written request for the use of such property to the City Clerk, if the property is under the control and supervision of the City, or to the respective Board if under a Board's control, and shall be permitted to use such property, if permission is granted pursuant to the following procedure:
a. 
Request Requirements. Requests shall be made at least one (1) month prior to the date of intended use and shall include:
1. 
Names and addresses of the applicant and responsible person.
2. 
Internal Revenue Service determination letter evidencing that the applicant is a nonprofit organization.
3. 
Specific description of use planned for property and estimated attendance.
4. 
Certificates of insurance meeting the City's current requirements; and
5. 
Execution of an agreement stating that the property will be restored, corrections to temporary changes will be made, all debris will be cleaned up, including the dumping of trash receptacles, and providing for payment to the City for its labor and materials beyond normal maintenance, including an administrative surcharge of fifteen (15%) percent, in an amount certified by the Chief of Police and Director of Community Services, as required.
b. 
Conditions for Use of Public Property.
1. 
Sales and Fundraisers.
(a) 
(Reserved)
(b) 
Profit Organizations. Organizations located in the Business, Neighborhood Business and CRBD Zones (Maximum 2 per year).
(1) 
Promotion: $200.00.
(2) 
Grand openings within 30 days of opening, which requires use of City property: $200.00.
(3) 
Banner or signage only: $75.00.
(c) 
Civic Events: $150.00.
Events of a nature that shall be of general benefit to the residents of Summit and have no fundraising associated with them.
2. 
Peddlers as defined in the ordinance entitled: "An Ordinance To Regulate Peddlers and Solicitors and Provide For The Licensing Therefor," passed December 17, 1991.
Peddler or Solicitor shall mean a peddler, hawker, vendor, canvasser or solicitor and shall include any person traveling by foot, wagon, motor truck, motor vehicle or any other type of conveyance carrying, conveying or transporting merchandise, taking or attempting to take orders for sale or merchandise or for services to be furnished or performed in the future whether or not such individual has, carries or exposes for sale a sample of the merchandise or service to purchasers, and whether or not he is collecting advance payments on such sales. A mobile food vendor shall be a peddler or solicitor. Wholesaler salesmen calling on retail merchants are specifically excluded from the definition of "peddler or solicitor."
(a) 
After having first offered the right to Summit licensed peddler obtained from a list maintained by the City Clerk's office, the applicant may allow non-Summit licensed peddlers to participate in the use of the property.
(b) 
Applicant shall be responsible for securing from non-Summit licensed peddlers:
i. 
Proof that such peddlers hold a current New Jersey Sales Tax Certificate of Authority, and
ii. 
Compliance with all Board of Health requirements, including the payment of a twenty-five ($25.00) dollar fee to same.
(c) 
When a use of public property is granted in accordance with this section, no peddler other than permitted by the applicant may operate within five hundred (500) yards of the perimeter of the property.
3. 
Hours. Use shall be restricted to 9:00 a.m. to 9:00 p.m., unless approval for extended time periods if granted by the Common Council or the respective Board.
4. 
Closing of Streets and Sidewalks. Police and Fire Department approvals and supervision shall be obtained when the use of public property requires closing of streets and sidewalks or police monitoring. When the closing of streets shall be requested, and upon recommendation of the Police Department, a Council resolution shall be required.
5. 
Banners.
(a) 
Banner material, hanging procedure and location shall be approved by the Department of Community Services and Police Department.
(b) 
Name(s) of applicants only (but not sponsors) using public property are permitted on banners.
(c) 
Hanging of banners across City streets is prohibited, and
(d) 
The Certificate of Insurance shall include coverage for banners.
6. 
Sound Amplification. Request for sound amplification shall include location, purpose, time of use and estimated decibel output.
7. 
Review By Property Use Committee:
(a) 
A Property Use Committee ("Committee") is hereby established whose membership shall consist of a representative, with authority to make decisions, from the following offices: City Clerk, Community Services, Fire and Police and outside Boards, i.e., Library or Recreation, when its property is involved and an applicant representative with authority to make decisions, when at all possible.
(b) 
The Committee shall:
(1) 
Address aspects of the Rules and Regulations for Use of Public Property and other property controls, except for insurance requirements for use of meeting rooms, as they apply to requests for the use of public property.
(2) 
Deal with such requests at the staff and the applicant level to eliminate the need for each Council Committee to make reports and comments, except when the staff disagrees or is not approving all or part of the request and the applicant wishes to appeal same.
(c) 
The City Clerk is hereby designated to chair the Committee and all requests for use of public property, not controlled by an outside Board, shall go to the City Clerk's office which shall:
(1) 
Send the applicant the forms and informational request needs;
(2) 
Arrange for a meeting between the Committee and applicant;
(3) 
When an applicant has a routine/identical request from the previous year and there were no known problems with the previous event, the applicant's request will be distributed to the appropriate committee members asking if they think a meeting is necessary, and, if so, it shall be called; and
(4) 
Prepare an approval/findings/recommendations memo, copies of which shall go to the Committee members, the applicant and to the Council for formal action, as necessary.
[Ord. No. 1869; Ord. No. 2207 § 3]
In the event of two (2) simultaneous applications for the use of the same public property, or if there is other potential conflict, the City Clerk or respective Board shall grant permission to the request first received.
[Ord. No. 1869; Ord. No. 2207 § 4]
In addition to the requirements of this section, the City Clerk, the respective Board, and City departments reserve the right to impose such additional conditions and restrictions on the use of public property, and to take such reasonable actions deemed necessary for the preservation of the public safety and safeguarding of public and private property.
[Ord. No. 1869; Ord. No. 2207 § 5; Ord. No. 2355 § 2]
a. 
That the requirements of subsection 12-1.2a, Conditions, paragraph 1, shall not apply to the use of locations by the City or its Boards, including the activities of the Summit Fourth of July and Celebration Committee, Inc.
b. 
That the requirements of subsection 12-1.2a, Conditions, paragraph 1, shall not apply to the Historical Society with respect to its use of the Carter House nor to the Reeves-Reed Arboretum with respect to its use of the Arboretum.
[Ord. No. 1869; Ord. No. 2207 § 6]
a. 
Any applicant aggrieved by the denial by the City Clerk or City Board of the permission required by this section shall have the right of appeal to the Director of Administration. The appeal shall be taken by filing with the City Clerk within thirty (30) days after the notice of the denial has been mailed to the applicant, a written statement setting forth fully the grounds for appeal along with the fee of twenty-five ($25.00) dollars. The City Clerk shall set a time and place of hearing for the appeal, at which time the Director of Administration shall conduct a hearing and affirm, modify or reverse the action appealed from.
b. 
An appeal may be made to the Common Council of the City of Summit by any applicant aggrieved by a decision of the Director of Administration. Such appeal shall be taken by filing with the City Clerk within twenty (20) days after notice of the decision has been made, a written statement setting forth fully the grounds of the appeal, along with a fee of twenty-five ($25.00) dollars. The City Clerk shall set a time and place of hearing for the appeal, at which time the Common Council of the City of Summit shall conduct a hearing and affirm, modify or reverse the decision appealed from.
[Ord. No. 1926 § 1; 1983 Code Part VI T.48 § 1]
Persons or organizations desiring to use the Community Center shall be permitted use, if permission is granted, pursuant to the following procedure:
a. 
A written request shall be made to the City Clerk.
b. 
Such request shall be made at least two (2) weeks prior to the event and shall include:
1. 
Names, addresses and phone numbers of responsible parties.
2. 
General description of use planned for the occasion, estimated attendance and hours needed.
3. 
Certificates of Insurance (if applicable).
4. 
Representations that:
(a) 
The property will be restored.
(b) 
Corrections to temporary changes will be made.
(c) 
All debris will be cleaned up, including the dumping of trash receptacles.
c. 
Keys for the Center shall be returned to the City Clerk's Office immediately after the use has terminated.
d. 
Food and beverages shall be sold only if specific permission to do so is contained in the aforesaid written request, with cash sales and fund drives being restricted to municipal benefits.
e. 
Hours of use shall be restricted to 9:00 a.m. to 2:00 p.m., unless approval for extended time periods is given by the City Clerk.
f. 
Hawkers, peddlers, dealers and vendors are prohibited.
g. 
In the event of two (2) applications for the same time or if there is any possibility of conflict, the City Clerk shall grant permission to the request first received.
h. 
The City Clerk reserves the right to establish restrictions and conditions on the use of the Center and to take whatever actions are deemed necessary for the preservation of the public safety and safeguarding of public and private property.
[1983 Code Part VI T.14; Ord. No. 07-2747 § 1; Ord. No. 08-2785 § 1; Ord. No. 11-2936 § 1]
The following rules and regulations are hereby established pursuant to N.J.S.A. 40:61-22.24 for the supervision, regulation and control of activities and for the protection of property at the Summit Family Aquatic Center.
[1983 Code Part VI T.14; Ord. No. 2154 § 1; Ord. No. 01-2470 § 1; Ord. No. 03-2555 § 1; Ord. No. 04-2590 § 1; Ord. No. 07-2747 § 1; Ord. No. 08-2785 § 1; Ord. No. 11-2936 § 1; Ord. No. 14-3046; Ord. No. 15-3071; Ord. No. 2016-3101]
As used in this section:
ADULT
Shall mean a person who is eighteen (18) years of age or older.
HOTEL
Shall mean as defined by the Development Regulations Ordinance.
NONRESIDENTS WHO ARE ELIGIBLE TO JOIN AT RESIDENT RATES
Shall mean:
a. 
Current or retired employees of the City of Summit and their immediate families.
b. 
Current employees of the Summit Board of Education and their immediate families.
c. 
Members of the Summit First Aid Squad and their immediate families.
d. 
Business owners who lease space in Summit and their immediate families.
RESIDENT
Shall mean a person who dwells permanently or continually within the confines of the City of Summit, New Jersey.
ROOMING AND BOARDING HOUSES
Shall mean as defined by the State Bureau of Rooming and Board Houses.
TAXPAYERS
Shall mean a person and their immediate family (but not a corporation) who pays taxes to the City of Summit.
[1983 Code Part VI T.14 § 2; Ord. No. 1902 § 1; Ord. No. 2164 § 1; Ord. No. 01-2470 § 2; Ord. No. 03-2555 § 1; Ord. No. 04-2590 § 2; Ord. No. 07-2747 § 1; Ord. No. 08-2785 § 1; Ord. No. 09-2837 § 1; Ord. No. 11-2936 § 1; Ord. No. 15-3071; Ord. No. 2016-3101]
Membership is limited to residents and taxpayers of Summit and a limited number of nonresidents when and if determined by the Department of Community Programs and others as defined as residents in subsection 12-3.2 and to a maximum of six thousand (6,000) persons. Membership is not transferable. Applicants in excess of membership capacity will be placed on a waiting list and their applications numbered in sequence of receipt. As vacancies occur, applicants will be accepted for membership in the sequence in which their applications were received.
FAMILY
A family membership (immediate family only) is available to one (1) or two (2) adults and their unmarried children, also living at the same address, who are twenty-two (22) years of age and under.
SUBSIDIZED FAMILY
A family that qualifies for the Federal Free and Reduced Lunch Program.
HALF-SEASON
A half-season membership is available to those interested in becoming members after August 1. They may join for the balance of the season at one-half (1/2) of the applicable membership rate.
INDIVIDUAL
An individual membership is available to those who are two (2) years of age or older by opening day of the pool season. Children under eleven (11) must be accompanied by someone sixteen (16) years and older.
NONRESIDENT FAMILY
Shall mean a nonresident family membership is available to one (1) or two (2) adults who lives outside of Summit and their unmarried children also living at the same address, who are twenty-two (22) years of age and under. (Immediate family only).
NONRESIDENT INDIVIDUAL
Shall mean a nonresident individual membership is available to those who are two (2) years of age or older by opening day of the pool season who lives outside of Summit. Children under eleven (11) must be accompanied by someone sixteen (16) years and older.
NONRESIDENT SENIOR
A nonresident senior membership is available to a senior citizen as defined herein who lives outside of Summit.
[Added 3-10-2020 by Ord. No. 20-3209]
SUBSIDIZED INDIVIDUAL
An individual that qualifies for the Federal Free and Reduced Lunch Program of the Summit Public Schools.
SENIOR CITIZEN
A senior citizen membership is available to those who are sixty-two (62) years of age or older.
ASSOCIATE
Shall mean an associate membership is available to a caregiver as an add-on to any valid membership category, Monday through Friday only and are not allowed to bring guests.
[Ord. No. 1902 § 1; Ord. No. 1966 § 1; Ord. No. 2029 § 1; Ord. No. 2090 § 1; 1983 Code Part VI T.14 § 3; Ord. No. 2164 § 2; Ord. No. 2269; Ord. No. 00-2429 § 1; Ord. No. 03-2590 § 4; Ord. No. 07-2747 § 1; Ord. No. 08-2785 § 1; Ord. No. 09-2837 § 1; Ord. No. 11-2936 § 1; Ord. No. 13-3004; Ord. No. 2016-3101]
a. 
Membership Fees.
1. 
Family - $395.00 per season.
2. 
Subsidized Family - $320.00 per season.
3. 
Individual - $160.00 per season.
4. 
Subsidized Individual - $130.00 per season.
5. 
Senior Citizen - $70.00 per season.
6. 
Associate - $160.00 per season.
7. 
Nonresident Family - $790.00 per season.
8. 
Nonresident Individual - $320.00 per season.
9. 
Nonresident senior - $160 per season.
[Added 3-10-2020 by Ord. No. 20-3209[1]]
[1]
Editor's Note: This ordinance also redesignated former Subsection a9 through 13 as Subsection a10 through 14.
10. 
Half-Season - Fifty (50%) percent off each membership per category beginning August 1.
11. 
Hotel - $1,500.00 per season plus daily guest fees.
12. 
Rooming and Boarding Houses - $1,000.00 per season plus daily guest fees.
13. 
Replacement card - $10.00.
14. 
Active-Duty Servicemen, Reservists and Guardsmen on leave, pass or furlough and their immediate family, who are permanent residents or taxpayers in the City of Summit, shall be entitled to use the Family Aquatic Center for free.
b. 
Guest Fees.
Adult guests pay a one (1) day fee of nine ($9.00) dollars weekdays and ten ($10.00) dollars weekends and holidays. Children two (2) to seventeen (17) and seniors sixty-two plus (62+) pay seven ($7.00) dollars weekdays and eight ($8.00) dollars weekends and holidays. Children under two (2) years are free. These fees include re-entry into the Family Aquatic Center.
c. 
Subsidies. Subsidies are available for the Family and Individual membership categories for those who qualify for the Federal Free and Reduced Lunch Program of the Summit Public Schools. Documentation must be on file with the Department of Community Programs. Scholarships are available based on the business plan of the Family Aquatic Center.
d. 
Refunds. Refunds will be honored in full prior to the opening of the pool season. No refunds will be issued after opening day without medical cause or relocation with documentation.
[Ord. 1902 § 3; Ord. No. 2029 § 2; 1983 Code Part VI T.14 § 4; Ord. No. 03-2555 § 1; Ord. No. 03-2590 § 3; Ord. No. 07-2747 § 1; Ord. No. 08-2785 § 1; Ord. No. 11-2936 § 1; Ord. No. 13-3004]
All members, upon presenting their bar coded photo ID card shall be entitled to use the pool and its facilities.
When the membership of the pool is not at a capacity, guests of members shall be entitled to guest privileges under the following conditions:
Accompanied by a Member. All guests must be accompanied by a member. Four (4) guests per day/per membership. The member must remain with guests at all times.
Center at Full Capacity. When the Center has reached capacity (as defined in subsection 12-3.3), the Department of Community Programs is authorized to limit guest privileges as necessary for the safe and proper operation of the Family Aquatic Center.
[1983 Code Part VI T.14 § 5; Ord. No. 07-2747 § 1; Ord. No. 08-2785 § 1; Ord. No. 11-2936 § 1]
Mondays — Fridays: 12:00 noon to 8:00 p.m. After August 15 — 12:00 noon to 7:30 p.m.
Saturdays, Sundays and Holidays: 11:00 a.m. to 8:00 p.m. After August 15 — 11:00 a.m. to 7:30 p.m.
[1983 Code Part VI T.14 § 6; Ord. No. 01-2470 § 3; Ord. No. 07-2747 § 1; Ord. No. 08-2785 § 1; Ord. No. 11-2936 § 1; Ord. No. 13-3004]
Photo ID Cards. All members will be issued photo identification cards which must be shown for admission and be exhibited at all times within the fenced-in portion of the pool center.
Cards are Nontransferable. Photo ID cards are nontransferable. Anyone transferring a card or receiving a transferred card may have pool privileges revoked for the remainder of the season without refund.
Lost Cards. Lost cards must be reported immediately to the pool management and will be replaced upon payment of a ten ($10.00) dollar fee at the Department of Community Programs Office.
[1983 Code Part VI T.14 § 7; Ord. No. 07-2747 § 1; Ord. No. 08-2785 § 1; Ord. No. 11-2936 § 1; Ord. No. 13-3004]
Bring a Guest. A sixteen (16) year old member may bring a guest who is under eleven (11).
Without an Adult. A member must be eleven (11) years of age or older to enter the Family Aquatic Center without an adult and may bring a guest who is age eleven (11) or older.
Rules. A list of rules for use of the Family Aquatic Center will be posted and available for all members. Violation of these rules is subject to immediate ejection by the Pool Management and membership is subject to revocation or suspension. These rules will be reviewed annually and approved by the Department of Community Programs Advisory Board.
[Ord. No. 11-2936 § 2; Ord. No. 13-3004; Ord. No. 15-3071]
GOLF MEMBERSHIP
Shall mean an annual membership open to residents and taxpayers of Summit in the Junior, Adult and Senior categories. Nonresident memberships in the Adult, Junior ages 11-17 and Senior categories. Current nonresident employees and retired employees of the City of Summit, Summit Board of Education and their immediate families and Summit First Aid Squad and their immediate families are eligible to join at resident rates.
CORPORATE MEMBERSHIP
Shall mean the annual membership for employees of a Summit-based corporation that is paid on the employees' behalf. This entitles the corporation's employees to purchase rounds at resident rates with no membership card. Employees must present a valid corporate photo ID.
[Amended 3-10-2020 by Ord. No. 20-3209]
HOTEL MEMBERSHIP
Shall mean an annual membership open to Summit based hotels. This entitles guests of the hotel to play the course and pay resident Green Fees. No individual membership is required. Hotel guests must present documentation of hotel stay.
SUMMIT BUSINESS MEMBERSHIP
Shall mean an annual membership open to an owner or employee of a Summit-based business who is 18 years of age or older. They may purchase a resident membership whether or not they reside in Summit. Resident Green Fees apply. Documentation of ownership or employment must be presented.
[Amended 3-10-2020 by Ord. No. 20-3209]
CORPORATE OUTINGS
Shall mean a Summit based corporation or organization may rent the golf course. Corporate Outings are limited to one (1) per month. They pay the appropriate outing charge and no Green Fees.
[Ord. No. 11-2936 § 2; Ord. No. 13-3004; Ord. No. 2017-3135 § 1]
Residents/Taxpayers/Employees:
Adult (18 - 61)
$50
Junior (6 — 17)
$40
Senior (62+)
$40
Nonresidents:
Adult (18 - 61)
$115
Senior (62+)
$115
Junior (10-17)
$115
Hotel/Rooming and Boarding Houses:
Rooming and Boarding Houses
$1,000
Hotel
$1,500
Corporate:
$1,500
Summit Business:
[Amended 3-10-2020 by Ord. No. 20-3209]
Adult (18 - 61)
$50
Senior (62+)
$40
Active Duty:
Active-duty servicemen, reservists and guardsmen on leave, pass or furlough and their immediate family, who are permanent residents or taxpayers in the City of Summit, shall be entitled to use the Summit Municipal Golf Course.
Free
Tee Sponsors:
Renewing (3 years)
$1,000
New (3 years)
$1,500
[Ord. No. 11-2936 § 2; Ord. No. 2017-3135 § 1]
Categories
Round #1
Round #2
Resident Weekdays:
Adult
$6.00
$5.00
Junior
$5.00
$4.00
Senior
$5.00
$4.00
Adult guest
$8.00
$7.00
Junior/Senior guest
$7.00
$6.00
Nonresident Weekdays:
Adult
$10.00
$9.00
Senior
$6.00
$5.00
Adult guest
$12.00
$11.00
Senior guest
$8.00
$7.00
Junior
$6.00
$5.00
Resident Weekends/Holidays:
Adult
$7.00
$6.00
Junior
$6.00
$5.00
Senior
$6.00
$5.00
Adult guest
$9.00
$8.00
Junior/Senior guest
$8.00
$7.00
Nonresident Weekend/Holidays:
Adult
$12.00
$11.00
Senior
$8.00
$7.00
Adult guest
$14.00
$13.00
Senior guest
$10.00
$9.00
Junior
$8.00
$7.00
Corporate Outings:
One round (9 holes) up to 36 players maximum
$1,000.00
NA
Two rounds (18 holes) up to 36 players maximum
NA
$1,500.00
[Ord. No. 11-2936 § 2; Ord. No. 13-3004]
Photo ID. Each member will be issued a photo ID membership card. This card must be presented to the golf attendant at time of play and for purchasing Green Fees.
Walking Fee. If a member or guest wants to walk the course with a player they must pay the appropriate Green Fees.
Rules. A list of rules for use of the Summit Municipal Golf Course will be posted and available for all members. Violation of these rules is subject to immediate ejection by the Management of the Department of Community Programs and subject to revocation or suspension. These rules will be reviewed annually and approved by the Department of Community Programs Advisory Board.
[Ord. No. 11-2936 § 3; Ord. No. 13-3004; Ord. No. 14-3046; Ord. No. 15-3071; Ord. No. 2016-3101; Ord. No. 2017-3135 § 2]
Category
Fee Ranges
Sport Youth Programs
$10.00 - $400.00
Youth Programs
$10.00 - $400.00
Adult Programs
$10.00 - $400.00
Youth Camps
$10.00 - $400.00
Special Needs Programs
$10.00 - $200.00
Senior Programs
$10.00 - $100.00
Subsidized/Scholarship Programs
$45.00 - $300.00
Private Swim Lessons
$25.00 - $50.00
Aquatic Programs
$25.00 - $400.00
Golf Programs
$10.00 - $400.00
The specific fees will be established by Resolution of the Common Council of the City of Summit
[Ord. No. 11-2936 § 3; Ord. No. 13-3004; Ord. No. 14-3046; Ord. No. 15-3071; Ord. No. 2017-3135 § 3]
(Editor's Note: See also Appendix A, Schedule of Fees, 12-5.2)
Facilities:
Per Hour
Gym
$35.00
Benson Room
$85.00
SFAC Swim Team Rentals
$90.00
Showmobile:
Permit Fee
$500.00
Summit Nonprofit
$200.00 per hour
Non-Summit Nonprofit
$300.00 per hour
Glenside Field:
Per Two Hours
Lights — In County
$65.00
Lights — Out of County
$130.00
Additional half-hour purchase
$20.00
Merchandise:
Swim Diapers
$7.00
Golf Balls
$5.00
Hats/Visors
$15.00
[Ord. No. 2016-3101; Ord. No. 2017-3135 § 3]
Per Event
Movies:
Non-Profit
$400.00
Partner
$800.00
Premium
$1,500.00
Series
$5,000.00
Concert Partners:
Single Concert
$800.00
Two Concerts
$1,600.00
Three Concerts
$2,100.00
Four Concerts
$2,500.00
National Night Out:
Non-Profit
$750.00
Partner
$1,500.00
Premium
$2,500.00
Heritage Day:
Non-Profit
$400.00
Partner
$800.00
Premium
$1,500.00
Presenting
$5,000.00
Special Events (TBD)
Non-Profit
$500.00
Display Only
$500.00
Partner
$1,000.00
Premium
$2,000.00
Single Event Sponsorship
$350-$3,000
Seasonal Special Event Sponsorship
$2,500-$15,000
Memorial Benches
$1,500-$2,000
The specific fees will be established by Resolution of the Common Council of the City of Summit.
[Ord. No. 2017-3135]
NONRESIDENT
Shall mean those residing outside the City of Summit, New Jersey.
RESIDENT
Shall mean a person who dwells permanently or continually within the confines of the City of Summit, New Jersey or is an employee of the City of Summit and their immediate families or a person, (not a corporation) who pays taxes to the City of Summit on real property.
SCHOLARSHIP
Shall mean a reduced rate on each program established annually for those that qualify for the Federal Free and Reduced Lunch Program of the Summit Public Schools. If the scholarship applicant does not qualify for the Federal Free and Reduced Lunch Program, the applicant may still qualify for the reduced rate if he or she supplies certain documentation to establish financial need, including the applicant's most recent income tax filings. Documentation must be on file with the Department of Community Programs. Scholarships are limited to one (1) program per child, per season, when available.
[Ord. No. 11-2936 § 3; Ord. No. 2017-3135 § 4]
[Ord. No. 11-2936 § 3; Ord. No. 2016-3101]
Refunds/Credits. Once a program begins, pro-rated refunds or credits will only be issued in cases of medical reasons or relocation with documentation. A full refund or credit will be issued prior to the start of a program. Credits can only be used in the same season and in the same calendar year.
Sportsmanship Policy. Participants of the Department of Community Programs activities are expected to conduct themselves appropriately, demonstrating good sportsmanship and maintaining proper restraint during the course of any Summit Department of Community Programs activities. They must agree to respect the DCP staff, instructors, umpires, coaches, players and volunteers upon registration. Inappropriate behavior may lead to removal from programs, forfeiture of registration fee and/or suspension from programs or membership.
[Ord. No. 2016-3104; Ord. No. 2016-3111]
Conference rooms in City Hall may be utilized for meetings and other events in accordance with the "City Hall Conference Room Use Policy," as adopted by the Common Council of the City of Summit from time to time and kept on file in the City Clerk's Office.
The City Clerk's Office shall be responsible for scheduling of conference rooms pursuant to the City Hall Conference Room Use Policy.
[Ord. No. 2016-3104; reserved by Ord. No. 2016-3111]