Resolution No. 375
 
Resolution Establishing Fees and Regulations For
Camping in Napawalla and Cave Park,
In The City of Oxford, Kansas;
Amending Resolution No.374.
 
 
              BE IT RESOLVED BY THE GOVERNING BODY OF THE CITY OF OXFORD, KANSAS.
              Section 1.     That for the privilege of Camping in Napawalla Park and Cave Park in the City of Oxford, Kansas, there is hereby established and there shall be charged and collected the following fees:
 
A. Napawalla Park: Campers who make a connection with the electric system of the City will pay  $10.00 per day;
             
B. Napawalla Park: Campers who do not make a connection with the electric system of the City will pay $3.50 per day;

C. Cave Park: Primitive overnight camping will be allowed in designated areas of the park, at no charge. Adult campers and juvenile campers who are accompanied by an adult, will be exempt from the curfew of Cave Park;

D. Exemption from, or an increase or decrease in such fees, or exemption from any part of this Resolution may be granted by a majority vote of the governing body of the City for special occasions or due to special circumstances at the discretion of the governing body
 
              PROVIDED, HOWEVER, that no person shall be permitted to camp in Napawalla Park for more than fourteen (14) consecutive days, at least 5 days shall elapse between any and all camping periods.
 
              The term “day” as used in this Resolution shall mean any part of a  twenty-four 24 consecutive hours, known as a calendar day. The term “overnight” shall mean for one night only.
 
              Section 2. Fees herein established shall be paid at the City office or to any duly authorized agent of the City or at a self-pay station located at the entrances to Napwalla Park.
 
              Section 3. The governing body may authorize any person to act as agent for the City for the purpose of collecting and remitting to the City Treasurer fees herein established for camping in Napawalla Park, PROVIDED, HOWEVER, that such agent shall be entitled to such percentage of each fee collected as may be agreed upon in writing by the City and the person so authorized to collect such fees.
 
              Section 4.  Resolution No. 374 is hereby repealed and replaced by this Resolution.
 
              This Resolution shall become effective November 4th, 2015.
 
 
                                                                               Mayor David Olmsted
 
 
 
City Clerk John Cooney