Sec. 2.5-103.   Habitual congregating.
   (a)   Licensed premises. No person or entity operating a package liquor store, whether trafficking in distilled spirits, wine or malt beverages, including retail package beer licensees, shall knowingly allow or permit habitual congregating of persons on the unenclosed portion of the licensed premises so as to constitute a public nuisance.
   (b)   Vacant property.  No person or entity being the owner or otherwise in possession or control of any vacant property shall knowingly allow or permit habitual congregating of persons on the unenclosed portion of such property so as to constitute a public nuisance.
   (c)   No persons shall congregate for the purposes, under the circumstances, or in the places proscribed in Sec. 2.5-101 and Sec. 2.5-102.
   (d)    It shall be a defense to any prosecution under Sec. 2.5-101 and Sec. 2.5-102 if such licensed vendor or property owner shall permit the division of police to post and maintain a legible, painted or printed sign in at least two (2) separate prominent places in such area, in letters of not less than three (3) inches in height, stating that congregating of persons is prohibited and that violators shall be prosecuted for trespass pursuant to KRS 511.080.
(Ord. No. 1765, 4-12-10)