§ 38.23  NON-REVERTING OPERATING FUND FOR PARKS AND RECREATION.
   (A)   A NON-REVERTING OPERATING FUND, as described in Indiana Pub. L. 36-10-3-22, is defined as a fund where citizens pay a fee to participate in a certain program and the fees are used to pay for the program expenses. A non-reverting operating fund would be used for the following programs:  softball, swimming lessons, water exercise classes, concessions, Walkway of Lights, and such other programs that will be created in the future that are not major expenditures as defined in Indiana Pub. L. 36-10-3-22.
   (B)   All designated and approved parks and recreational programs and activities shall be maintained under a non-reverting operating fund.
   (C)   The amounts paid from this fund are to be used expressly for expenses that are incurred from programs and activities sponsored by the Marion Parks and Recreation Department.
   (D)   Expenditures will be made from the non- reverting fund as appropriated by the Park and Recreation Board in the following programs:  softball, swimming lessons, water exercise classes, concessions, and Walkway of Lights.
   (E)   Money in form of admission fees procured from a municipally operated pool or similar facilities requiring major expenditures for management and maintenance shall be deposited in the Park General Fund and will not be part of a non-reverting fund.
   (F)   Monies from the non-reverting fund shall be disbursed only on approved claims allowed and signed by the Parks and Recreation Board members.
(Ord. 20-1989, passed 6-20-1989; Am. Ord. 5-2006, passed 8-1-2006)