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The Chief of Police may deny any such application if the provisions of this chapter have not been complied with, or if his investigation reveals facts as to the background of the applicant or the parties in charge, or otherwise, showing that it would not be in the public interest to grant such permit or that the holding of such dance would tend to create a nuisance.
(A) If the Chief of Police determines that it would be in the public interest to issue such dance permit and that it would not tend to create a nuisance, he shall so advise the Director of Finance in writing, who shall thereupon issue such permit.
(B) If the Chief of Police denies any such application, he shall so advise the Director of Finance in writing, who shall thereupon advise the applicant in writing.
(C) In the case of a permit for a youth dance conducted by an organization entitled to a fee waived permit, there shall be no limitation on the frequency with which such permits may be issued. In the case of all other occasional dances, including youth dances, not more than three such permits may be issued to any one applicant in any three-month period.
(D) In the case of a permit for a public dance or public dance hall incidental and auxiliary to some other main purpose, no permit shall be issued for more than a one-year period.
('86 Code, § 5.44.100) (Ord. 3240, passed - - ; Am. Ord. 3738, passed - - )