§ 95.06  CONSIDERATION OF APPLICATION; APPLICANT’S RIGHT TO BE HEARD; GRANTING OR DENIAL OF PERMIT.
   Upon the filing of an application for a parade or demonstration permit, the City Clerk shall promptly transmit copies thereof to all members of the City Council. The City Council, at its next meeting, shall consider the application and hear the applicant, if he or she so requests, and the other persons as the Council may desire to hear, and then proceed to take action upon the petition. If the City Council considers that the parade or demonstration would not be detrimental to the public peace, safety, comfort or welfare, and would not endanger any person or property, or cause an unacceptable condition of traffic upon the streets, the permit applied for shall be granted. If, however, the City Council, in the exercise of sound discretion and in view of circumstances then existing, considers that the holding of the parade or demonstration would be detrimental to the public peace, safety, comfort or welfare or would endanger any person or property or cause an unacceptable condition of traffic upon the streets, the permit applied for shall be denied.
(1973 Code, § 10-6)