§ 97.05  BOAT PERMITS.
   (A)   Any property owner and up to 100 city taxpayers may be issued a boat permit. No boat permit is transferable to a third person, and each boat permit is valid only for a period of 12 months following the date of its issuance, unless it is renewed before the expiration of that 12-month period. Applications for a boat permit will be processed in the order in which they are received.
   (B)   To obtain a boat permit, a property owner or city taxpayer must fill out an application on a form that may be obtained from the City Manager's office, in connection with which the applicant must:
      (1)   Provide appropriate documentation showing property ownership or taxpayer status and that he or she has not been convicted of a felony;
      (2)   Provide appropriate information from which it may be verified that the boat fully complies with the definition of a "boat" as defined in § 97.02;
      (3)   Pay a permit fee (according to a fee schedule kept in the City Manager's office); and
      (4)   Agree to:
         (a)   Adhere to and, as to all persons using the applicant's boat, enforce all provisions of this subchapter;
         (b)   Assist the city in enforcing all provisions of this subchapter by promptly reporting any violations of it to the Lake Warden or City Manager; and
         (c)   Notify the City Manager in writing and within 30 days of any change in the applicant's property ownership or taxpayer status or change in address or telephone number.
(Ord. passed 8-8-00)  Penalty, see § 10.99