Sec. 2.5-163   Conditions for sidewalk café permit.
   The issuance of a permit shall be subject to the following conditions and restrictions; provided, however, that the ABC Administrator may without adverse hearing procedures impose additional reasonable restrictions or withdraw approval upon the operation of any sidewalk café where necessary in the judgment of the said Administrator to protect the public health, safety or welfare or to prevent a nuisance from developing or continuing. Specifically, the permit may be revoked by the ABC Administrator if the conditions listed below are violated or upon the violation of a federal, state or city law. The permit will also be revoked if the food establishment has two (2) or more violations of the nuisance ordinance found in City of Danville Code of Ordinances Chapter 8. If the permit is revoked, the owner of the food establishment shall not be eligible to reapply until one (1) year has passed from the date of the permit revocation.
   (a)   No sidewalk café shall be permitted in any portion of the public sidewalk where normal pedestrian traffic flow is obstructed. A minimum clearance width of thirty-six (36) inches must be maintained on the public sidewalk at all times. The sidewalk café shall not be permitted in any manner to obstruct the entrance/exit to the restaurant.
   (b)   No tables, chairs or any other furnishings, except plant tubs, shall be placed in the area used for the sidewalk café during any period when the sidewalk café is not open and being operated. They shall be removed at the end of each business day at the hour specified in the permit. Umbrellas, tables, chairs, and other portable appurtenances shall be confined to the area shown on the approved Permit. While such café is in operation, all tables and chairs shall be kept in a clean, sanitary condition.
   (c)   The use of a portion of the public sidewalk as a sidewalk café shall not be an exclusive use. All public improvements, including but not limited to, trees, light poles, traffic signals, pull boxes or manholes, or any public-initiated maintenance procedures, shall take precedence over said use of the public sidewalk at all times.
   (d)   The licensee shall, in addition to all other requirements of law, take reasonable steps to insure that alcoholic beverages are consumed only by patrons of the establishment who are of age, and not by passersby or persons who are not of age or who are obviously or apparently intoxicated.
   (e)   No disposable cups or drinking vessels may be used and the licensee shall not permit any alcoholic beverages to be taken off premises by patrons, customers or guests.
   (f)   No amplified sound shall be used within a sidewalk café. At no time shall any music originating from any part of the premises create a nuisance;
   (g)   Dancing shall not be permitted or allowed in the sidewalk café;
   (h)   The licensee must at all times comply with all federal, state and local laws regarding the sale, service and consumption of alcohol and the operation of the premises;
   (i)   The permit for sidewalk café may not be assigned or transferred.
(Ord. No. 1765, 4-12-10; Ord. No. 1828, § 2, 11- 12-13)