(A)   In determining whether to approve a special event permit, the Village Administrator shall consider the following factors relevant to the proposed special event and necessary to secure the public welfare:
      (1)   Whether village resources or property will be affected, or are reasonably expected to be affected;
      (2)   Whether the special event appears to be held for any unlawful purpose;
      (3)   Whether it appears the special event may be conducted in a manner so as to cause a breach of peace;
      (4)   Whether the special event will unnecessarily interfere with the public use of the streets, sidewalks, open and/or public areas;
      (5)   Whether the special event may have some special right or priority under the law; and
      (6)   Whether the special event would, in any way, be detrimental to the public health, safety and welfare.
   (B)   If the Village Administrator denies an application for a proposed special event, the applicant may appeal that decision to the Village President and Board of Trustees by filing a written appeal of the Village Administrator's decision with the Village Clerk within 30 days of the Village Administrator's denial thereof. A majority of the Village President and Board of Trustees may overturn the Village Administrator's decision to deny an application for a special event
(Ord. 20-10-01, passed 10-20-2020)