§ 31.23  PARKS AND RECREATION ADVISORY BOARD.
   (A)   Purpose. The Parks and Recreation Advisory Board will act in an advisory and review capacity to the City Council regarding the operation, maintenance, improvement and activities of the parks and recreation facilities, and shall have the following responsibilities and duties:
      (1)   To advise the Council in the establishment of the rules and regulations, consistent with state authority, as may be necessary or advisable for the operation and management of the park system, including playgrounds, recreational facilities, playing and sports fields, trails and programs for the city, the same to be confirmed by the Council before they are placed in effect;
      (2)   To advise the Council in the establishment of recreational facilities and recommend all proposed construction on park property and to request repair or removal of structures not maintained in accordance with regulations as to construction or location;
      (3)   To make other recommendations as may be necessary or advisable for the safe and efficient management, operation and maintenance of the city’s parks, playgrounds, recreational facilities, playing and sports fields, trials and programs; and
      (4)   To promote public parks, trails, recreation programs and sporting or other recreational events for city.
   (B)   Donation Fund.
      (1)   The Advisory Board may solicit and receive donations, legacies, bequests or devises for the establishment, maintenance or improvement of recreational facilities, trails and activities. Funds received by the Advisory Board, with a statement in substantially the following form, shall be maintained by the city in accordance with state and city ordinances:
         “I hereby donate/give the sum of $___ to be deposited into the donation fund with the City of Page on behalf of Parks and Recreation. I further direct that said funds be used for establishment, maintenance or improvements of recreational facilities or activities only.”
      (2)   Such funds shall be deposited with the city to the credit of the City Recreation Fund and may be withdrawn in the manner provided for the payment of money appropriated for the acquisition, improvement, operation and maintenance of playgrounds and other recreational facilities and activities.
   (C)   Membership. The Parks and Recreation Board will consist of seven members, appointed pursuant to § 31.05.
(1976 Code, § 15-2-4)