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Restricting Bronstein Park/BMA

Restricting Bronstein Park/BMA

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Published by Carol Robidoux
Memo issued by Mayor Ted Gatsas regarding the restriction of Bronstein Park from pubic access during school hours.
Memo issued by Mayor Ted Gatsas regarding the restriction of Bronstein Park from pubic access during school hours.

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One City Hall Plaza • Manchester, New Hampshire 03101 • (603) 624-6500
www.manchesternh.gov
CITY OF MANCHESTER
Theodore L. Gatsas  Mayor
TO:
 Board of Aldermen Board of School Committee
FROM:
 Theodore L. Gatsas Mayor
CC:
 Dr. Debra Livingston, Superintendent of Schools Mr. John Vaccarezza, Principal, Manchester High School Central
Date:
Thursday, August 21, 2014
 RE:
 Bronstein Park
 After a review by the City Solicitor and the City Clerk of previous meeting minutes of the Board of Mayor and Alderman (1969-1970) regarding the turnover of Bronstein Park to the City of Manchester by Amoskeag Industries it has been determined that the city has the authority to limit the use of the facility during school hours:
 I have reviewed the minutes and subsequent actions of the Board of Mayor and Aldermen regarding the designation as Bronstein Park as a physical education facility for Central High School. Between 1969 and 1970, the various committee meetings were held to discuss the necessary conversion of the park in order to continue state building aid related to Central High School. Ultimately the board voted unanimously to appropriate $45,000 on November 10, 1970  for the purpose of financing construction costs of physical education facilities at Bronstein Park.  I believe based on this vote that the Board of Mayor and Aldermen have already designated this  park as a school facility for the purposes of the physical education of Central students and no  further action would be necessary to erect the signage necessary to properly identify the grounds as such.
Therefore based on the extensive use of Bronstein Park by the students and programs at Manchester High School Central the park and per city ordinance 130.40 it will be posted for school use only from 7:30am to 4:00pm:
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130.40 TRESPASSING ON PUBLIC SCHOOL BUILDINGS AND GROUNDS.
(A) It shall be unlawful for any unauthorized person to enter upon or remain in public school buildings, including appurtenant buildings, or public school grounds, including parking lots and recreational or athletic areas between the hours of 7:30 a.m. and 4:00 p.m. on any day when such school is in session.
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