New York Parks, Recreation and Historic Preservation Law

Sec. § 39.13
Cooperation With Municipalities, State Agencies and Public Corporations


§ 39.13 Cooperation with municipalities, state agencies and public corporations.

1.

The commission is a cooperative regional organization established to implement a greenway based upon the mutual assent and participation of each municipality, state agency and public corporation holding lands under its jurisdiction adjacent to the Niagara river. The activities of the commission shall be coordinated with the local planning and cultural and park activities of each municipality adjacent to the Niagara river.

2.

Each municipality, state agency or public corporation may provide the commission with the services of its agents, employees and facilities without charge to the commission. Persons serving as officers or employees of the commission may be employees of a municipality and the commission, and the commission may pay the municipality an agreed portion of the compensation or costs of such officers or employees.

3.

Nothing contained in this article shall be deemed to affect, impair or supersede the provisions of any city charter, local law, rule or other local requirements and procedures heretofore or hereafter adopted, including, but not limited to, any such provisions relating to the zoning and use of land.
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