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A. Any person who commits any of the following acts shall be guilty of disorderly conduct:
1. Makes unreasonable noise in public with the purpose of causing, or recklessly creating a risk of causing, a breach of the peace.
2. Makes unreasonable noise in the vicinity of any residence with an intentional or reckless disregard for causing distress to the occupants thereof. (1978 Code §24-47)
3. Engages in fighting or violent behavior in any public place or in or near any lawful assembly of persons, provided, that participants in athletic contests may engage in such conduct which is reasonably related to that sport.
4. Acts in a threatening or violent manner toward another whereby:
a. Any person is placed in fear of safety of the person's life, limb or health;
b. The property of any person is placed in danger of being destroyed or damaged; or
c. The lawful pursuits of another are substantially curtailed.
5. Uses inflammatory language in public which the person using the language knows or reasonably should know is likely to provoke an imminent violent reaction by another.
6. Places their own person in or on any public way so as to halt or impede the flow of vehicular or pedestrian traffic and refuses to clear any public way when ordered to do so.
7. Commits a trespass upon public or private property with a malicious intent.
8. Wilfully and knowingly acts in such a way as to disrupt any lawful assemblage or gathering of people.
9. No person shall request or solicit an exchange or transfer of anything from any person inside a sidewalk cafe without permission of an employee of the business operating the cafe. No person shall be cited under this subsection unless the person engages in such prohibited conduct after having been notified by a peace officer that the conduct violates the City ordinance. Any violation of this subsection shall be considered a simple misdemeanor punishable by a fine of sixty five dollars ($65.00).
B. This section shall not apply to any peace officer acting within the scope of the officer's duties. (1978 Code §24-47; amd. 1994 Code) (Ord. 09-4342, 6-16-2009; amd. Ord. 17-4692, 2-7-2017; Ord. 19-4811, 11-4-2019)