§ 116.03  MINOR-IMPACT SPECIAL EVENT PERMIT.
   (A)   A special event likely to have a minor impact upon the town and its environs shall be allowed, following approval by the Town Administrator or his or her designee.
   (B)   Examples of special events considered to have a minor impact are as follows: grand openings, commercial outside promotional activities, block parties, craft fairs, and activities with loudspeakers or amplified music systems.
   (C)   The following requirements shall apply to such special events:
      (1)   There shall be no more than eight special event permits granted per calendar year, saving and excepting commercial film/photography productions with minimal impact to surrounding residents/businesses, or activities with loudspeakers or amplified music systems pursuant to division (C)(3).
      (2)   No business, organization, person or entity shall be allowed a permit for longer than 32 days per calendar year, saving and excepting commercial film/photography productions with minimal impact to surrounding residents/businesses, or activities with loudspeakers or amplified music systems. For example, one permit may be granted for the full 32 days, or four permits granted for eight days each, or eight permits granted for four days each.
      (3)   Activities with loudspeakers or amplified music systems shall be subject to the following:
         (a)   No more than four special event permits shall be granted per calendar year to each business or property location.
         (b)   Each permit shall be granted for one  day only.
      (4)   Business grand openings with a ribbon cutting ceremony shall be granted permission to hang a temporary banner for no longer than 30 days.
(Ord. 06069, passed 2-13-07; Am. Ord. 15026, passed 4-14-15) Penalty, see § 10.99