RULES GOVERNING THE RENTAL OF COTTAGES AT THOUSAND ISLAND PARK
The cottage owner or rental agent must:
• Fill out and file a Rental Registration Form at the Park Office PRIOR to the arrival of the tenant
• Furnish the tenant with a copy of the Rules and Regulations of Thousand Island Park
• Advise the tenant to obtain a parking permit(s) from the Park Office upon arrival
• Limit the number of persons occupying the rented cottage to two (2) people per bedroom or a maximum of ten (10) people per cottage, whichever is less. This number includes adults and children alike.
• The number of rental weeks is limited to eight (8) weeks in a single season defined as: Memorial Day Weekend through Labor Day Weekend.
Excerpt from the "Green Book" Rules and Regulations of Thousand Island Park, New York, 1875-1979 and 1998 approved and adopted by Thousand Island Park Corporation Board of Directors. RULE 7A/Amendment C: "When and if a cottage or boathouse is rented, the holder of the lease from the Corporation will be held responsible for any violations by tenants or occupants of rented cottages and/or boathouses for the compliance with the provisions of these rules and regulations... any fines or costs will be chargeable to the cottage owner, and the same shall become a permanent lien upon the leasehold or other interest of the cottage owner... and shall be collected as are other Rents, Taxes, and Service fees..."
OWNER'S RENTAL FEE: RULE 7B/Amendment D: "No cottage shall be rented unless a rental registration is signed and filed by the cottage owner or their agent at the office of the Corporation on the forms supplied by the Corporation and the applicable fees paid. The rental fee is currently two hundred dollars ($200.00) per week during the season defined as: Memorial Day Weekend through Labor Day Weekend and may be adjusted from time to time by the Board. If the cottage is rented to one tenant for more than three consecutive weeks no additional rental fee shall be charged after three weeks. If the rental period exceeds seven days, partial weeks are permitted to be added to the tenant’s stay during the season, prorated at $30 per day. Cottages shall not be rented for any less than a week during the season. During the off-season (the first Saturday after Labor Day to the Saturday before Memorial Day weekend) the fee is $100 per week. If the cottage is rented for more than three consecutive weeks by the same tenant no additional fee will be charged. In the off-season cottage owners are permitted to rent for less than a week with prorations. The prorated fee is $15 per day in the off-season”. Owners failing to register a cottage/tenant via this form will be fined $100.00. If the cottage/tenant is not registered within 72 hours of receipt of notice, an additional fine of $250.00 will be levied and a fine of $50.00 per day will be charged for every day thereafter that cottage/tenant is not registered.
I have read the above rules and the applicable rental regulations.