BIG CEDAR LAKE PROTECTION AND REHABILITATION DISTRICT
ORDINANCE NO. 2004-4 ( As Amended by Ordinance 2004-5)
AN ORDINANCE TO PROHIBIT PARKING FROM MAY 1 THROUGH SEPTEMBER 30 BY VEHICLES WITHOUT BOAT TRAILERS IN THE TWO PARKING LOTS OPERATED BY THE DISTRICT ON GONRING DRIVE AND AUTHORIZING THE DISTRICT TO TOW AWAY VEHICLES THAT ARE PARKED IN VIOLATION OF THIS PROHIBITION, AND TO PROHIBIT PARKING OF VEHICLES WITH TRAILERS IN THE PARKING LOT OPERATED BY THE DISTRICT JUST NORTH OF GONRING DRIVE AND JUST WEST OF THE DISTSRICT BILDING, AND TO RESTRICT PARKING OF VEHICLES TO DESIGNATED AND MARKED PARKING SPACES IN THE THREE PARKING LOTS OPERATED BY THE DISTRICT ON GONRING DRIVE AND TO AUTHORIZE THE DISTRICT TO TOW AWAY VEHICLES THAT ARE PARKED IN VIOLATION OF THESE RESTRICTIONS
THE COMMISSIONERS OF THE BIG CEDAR LAKE PROTECTION & REHABILITATION DISTRICT DO HEREBY ORDAIN AS FOLLOWS:
Section 2004-4.01 PARKING OF CERTAIN VEHICLES IN THE TWO DISTRICT OPERATED PARKING LOTS OFF OF GONRING DRIVE PROHIBITED DURING PERIOD FROM MAY 1 THROUGH SEPTEMBER 30. No person shall park a vehicle that does not have an attached boat trailer in either of the two parking lots or in the handicapped parking areas operated by the Big Cedar Lake Protection & Rehabilitation District (BCLPRD) on Gonring Drive during the period from May 1 through September 30, inclusive, of each calendar year.
Section 2004-4.015 PARKING OF CERTAIN VEHICLES PROHIBITED IN THE PARKING LOT OPERATED BY THE DISTRICT JUST NORTH OF GONRING DRIVE AND JUST WEST OF THE DISTRICT BUILDING AND IN THE SINGLE VEHICLE HANDICAPPED AREA. No person shall park a vehicle that has a boat trailer either attached or nearby in the parking lot operated by the District just north of Gonring Drive and just west of the District Building or in the single vehicle handicapped space at the east end of the handicapped parking area operated by the District on the south side of Gonring Drive.
Section 2004-4.02 PARKING OF VEHICLES IN AREAS OTHER THAN IN MARKED PARKING SPACES IN THE THREE DISTRICT OPERATED PARKING LOTS OFF OF GONRING DRIVE AND IN THE DISTRICT OPERATED HANDICAPPED PARKING AREAS ON THE SOUTH SIDE OF GONRING DRIVE. No person shall at any time park a vehicle in any of the three parking lots operated by the BCLPRD on Gonring Drive or in the handicapped parking areas operated by the BCLPRD on the south side of Gonring Drive in an area that is not a marked parking space.
Section 2004-4.03 PENALTIES/CASH DEPOSITS. A. The penalty/cash deposit for violations of Ordinance 2004-4 shall be $25 for the first offense and $50 for the second or subsequent offense during the same calendar year. The penalty/cash deposit may be paid at the District offices or by mail to the District at 4480 Gonring Dr., West Bend, WI 53095 within ten (10) calendar days of the date the violation occurred. The cancelled check will serve as the receipt.
B. In the event a penalty/cash deposit has not been paid to the District under Section 2004-4.03A above within ten (10) days of the date the violation occurred, the penalty/cash deposit is to be made with the Clerk of the Circuit Court for Washington County, Wisconsin, and said Clerk shall give a receipt for any penalty/cash deposit that is made in person, unless the penalty/cash deposit amount is mailed in and, in that case, the cancelled check will serve as the receipt. In addition to the penalty/cash deposit required in Section 2004-4.03A above that have not been paid to the District within ten (10) days of the date the violation occurred, the penalty/cash deposit shall include a penalty assessment if required by Section 165.87, Wisconsin Statutes, a jail assessment if required by Section 302.46(1), Wisconsin Statutes, and any applicable fees and court costs prescribed by Wisconsin Statutes.
Section 2004-4.04 TOW AWAY AUTHORITY. In addition to the penalties provided for in Section 2004-4.03 above, the BCLPRD is authorized to contract with a towing company to tow away to the towing companyâ€™s premises any vehicle parked in any of the three parking lots or in the handicapped parking areas operated by the BCLPRD on or off of Gonring Drive in violation of Section 2004-4.01, Section 2004-4.015 or Section 2004-4.02 above. Any person whose vehicle has been towed away under this Section will be responsible for paying the towing cost directly to the towing company in order to reclaim the vehicle.
Section 2 SEVERABILITY. The provisions of this ordinance shall be deemed severable and it is expressly declared that the Commissioners of the Big Cedar Lake Protection & Rehabilitation District would have passed the other provisions of this ordinance irrespective of whether or not one or more provisions may be declared invalid. If any provision of this ordinance or the application to any person or circumstances is held invalid, the remainder of the ordinance and the application of such provisions to other persons or circumstances shall not be affected.
Section 3 EFFECTIVE DATE. This ordinance shall become effective upon passage and publication.
(NOTE: Ordinance 2004-4 was adopted on April 13, 2004 and published on April 26, 2004. Ordinance 2004-5 was adopted on July 8, 2004 and published on September 1, 2004.)
I, the undersigned, hereby certify that as of August 1, 2007, the above Big Cedar Lake Protection and Rehabilitation District (BCLPRD) Ordinance is a true and correct copy of BCLPRD Ordinance 2004-4, as that Ordinance has been amended by BCLPRD Ordinance 2004-5.
Roger E. Walsh, Chairperson
Big Cedar Lake Protection & Rehabilitation District