40:61-22.15. Lease of lands and buildings acquired for public golf course and other recreational uses
Whenever any municipality has acquired by purchase any land within or without the municipality for use as a public golf course and for such other recreational, playground or public entertainment purposes and activities as it may determine to provide in connection therewith pursuant to the act to which this act is a supplement, and the governing body of such municipality has abandoned such use of the same and shall deem it not to be to the advantage of the municipality that the same shall be operated by the municipality, said governing body may, pursuant to ordinance, lease all or any portion of such land with any buildings erected thereon for use as a public golf course and for such other public recreational, playground or public entertainment purposes and activities, as it may determine the same may be used for in connection with such use as a public golf course, for a term not to exceed twenty years.
L.1952, c. 320, p. 1042, s. 1, eff. June 18, 1952.
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