[HISTORY: Adopted by the Board of Aldermen (now City Council) of the City of Chicopee as Secs. 51/I/7 and 51/I/8 of the 1976 Code. Amendments noted where applicable.]
[Amended 9-18-1979; 2-7-1989]
No person shall use any of the Municipal Golf Course premises for any purpose other than golf, except as allowed by the Golf Commission; meaning and intending hereby to prohibit the use of any unauthorized vehicle, whether manual or motor operated, except those vehicles specifically used for those engaged in the playing of golf, including but not limited to bicycles, motorcycles, motorbikes, snowmobiles, all-terrain vehicles and cars on the golf course property.
Any violation of this section shall subject the offender to a fine of $200 for the first offense, $250 for the second offense and $300 for the third offense.
[Amended 2-15-2000 by Ord. No. 00-21; 3-21-2000 by Ord. No. 00-31]
Use of sleds, toboggans or skis will be determined by the Golf Commission or its designee.
Any activity which results in damage to the Municipal Golf Course property shall be prohibited and nothing in this section shall preclude the offenders from being assessed the cost of repair(s).
A set fee for green fees and carts has been established by the Golf Course Commission, and that fee must be paid by all persons using the Municipal Golf Course.
There will be no special parking except for handicapped persons.
[Added 6-30-2009 by Ord. No. 09-04]
There is hereby established within municipal government the position of Director of Golf. The Director of Golf shall be responsible for, in addition to other duties, the quality of play at Chicopee Country Club, promotion of the Country Club and all services and programs for all patrons.
Appointment: The Director of Golf shall be appointed by the Golf Commission, subject to approval of the Mayor, and any permanent appointment to the position of Director of Golf and temporary appointment which exceeds 60 days shall require the confirmation of the City Council.
Term of office: The Director of Golf will be appointed to a term of three years with the term of office beginning the first day of March of each year.
Experience requirements: The Director of Golf shall be a Class A PGA professional with a minimum of three years' experience as a staff pro and five years' experience as a manager or assistant manager with a public or private golf course; a bachelor's degree in business or a related field is preferred; or such other requirements as determined by the Golf Commission.
In the event of the absence, inability to serve, removal, resignation or death of the Director of Golf, the Mayor shall designate a temporary person, for not to exceed 60 days, to carry out the duties of the Director of Golf until a successor has been appointed as written in Subsection B, Appointment.