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For the purpose of this chapter, the following definitions shall apply unless the context clearly indicates or requires a different meaning.
PARADE. Any march, procession or motorcade consisting of persons, animals or vehicles, or a combination thereof, upon the streets within the town that interferes with the normal flow or regulation of traffic upon the streets or sidewalks.
PARADE PERMIT or PUBLIC ASSEMBLY PERMIT. A permit as required by this chapter.
PUBLIC ASSEMBLY. Any meeting, demonstra- tion, picket line, rally or gathering of more than 50 persons for a common purpose, as a result of prior planning, that interferes with the normal flow or regulation of pedestrian or vehicular traffic.
SIDEWALK. Any public area or way set aside or open to the general public for purposes of pedestrian traffic.
STREET. Any place or way set aside or open to the general public for purposes of vehicular traffic, including any berm or shoulder parkway, right-of-way, or median strip thereof, set aside for parking or for purposes of vehicular traffic. For purposes of this chapter, the term street shall include sidewalks.
(Ord. 02005, passed 3-12-02)