(A)   Grounds for disapproval or cancellation. The Buildings Manager shall initiate action to disapprove any application or to cancel an issued permit for use of a public area if the proposed use:
      (1)   Is a commercial activity as defined in § 37.061;
      (2)   Is not expressive activity as defined herein;
      (3)   Obstructs the free ingress and egress of the users of the public area;
      (4)   Damages the public building or any property within the public building;
      (5)   Disrupts the official business of the agency or agencies occupying the public buildings;
      (6)   Interferes with a tenant’s quiet enjoyment of their leasehold;
      (7)   Interferes with a previously approved use of the public area by another member, or members, of the public;
      (8)   Is obscene within the meaning of obscenity set forth in 720 ILCS 5/11-20;
      (9)   Pertains to any judicial proceeding then pending in the public building and this use is intended to influence or impede the judicial proceeding;
      (10)   Is being conducted with a permit issued in response to an intentionally false or incomplete application;
      (11)   Violates any of the conditions or standards set forth in this subchapter or any permit issued hereunder; or
      (12)   When a public emergency arises when police resources required for that emergency are so great that deployment of police services for the activity would have an immediate and adverse effect upon the welfare and safety of persons and property.
   (B)   Notice of intent for disapproval of application or for cancellation of permit. Upon initiating action to disapprove an application or to cancel an issued permit for any of the above reasons, the Buildings Manager shall:
      (1)   Notify promptly the applicant or permittee in writing of the intent to disapprove or cancel and the reasons for this action; and
      (2)   Inform the applicant of his or her right to appeal the pending disapproval or cancellation to the Financial and Administrative Committee under § 37.065.
(Ord. passed 10-9-2007; Ord. 18-0466, passed 5-8-2018)