Section 142 Charges for use of self-supporting improvements
The town board of any town in Suffolk county and of any suburban town, may, by ordinance, rule, or regulation after a public hearing held on notice published at least once in a newspaper circulating in the town, not less than ten days prior to such hearing, establish or revise charges for the use or enjoyment of any self-supporting improvement. Such town board shall establish charges for the use or enjoyment of any such improvement for a daily, hourly or single use of such improvement. In addition to such daily, hourly or single use charges, the town board of any such town may establish weekly, seasonal or annual charges for the use or enjoyment of any self-supporting improvement. Applications for weekly, seasonal or annual permits to use such self-supporting improvement shall be made on forms supplied by the officer or employee placed in charge thereof by the town board of such town, and the charges therefor shall be paid upon the issuance of such permits. Such charges shall be used only for the purpose of operating, maintaining and improving such self-supporting improvement, including reserves and the payment of principal and interest on any bonds, notes or other obligations issued for the acquisition, construction, lease, purchase, improvement or reconstruction of any such self-supporting improvement.