2006 New York Code - Richmondtown Exhibit.
§ 18-115 Richmondtown exhibit. a. The commissioner may enter into an agreement with the Staten Island Historical Society for the further restoration, operation, maintenance and management of the historical village known as Richmondtown, located at Richmondtown in the borough of Richmond, and for the operation, maintenance and exhibition by such Staten Island Historical Society of the group of historical buildings and museums therein containing exhibits portraying community life on Staten Island from the seventeenth through the nineteenth centuries. Such contract shall become effective only upon the approval of the mayor. b. Upon the making of such contract, the city may annually, in its discretion, appropriate to the said Staten Island Historical Society such sums as it may determine for the further restoration, care and maintenance of the said historical village of Richmondtown. c. The building or buildings and grounds so to be operated by the Staten Island Historical Society shall be open to the public with or without admission fee as shall be authorized by the board of directors of said Staten Island Historical Society with the consent and approval of the commissioner.
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