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(A) In the event that an application for a parade permit, picketing permit or group demonstration permit is refused by the Town Manager, the applicant may apply to the Town Council for a hearing concerning the same.
(B) At such hearing, the applicant shall have the burden of proof of showing that the proposed parade will not be contrary to the health, welfare, safety and morals of the town. The Town Manager shall be heard in rebuttal to the granting of the application.
(C) If, after hearing the applicant and Town Manager, the Town Council shall find as a fact that the proposed parade will not be contrary to the health, welfare, safety and morals of the town and that the application otherwise meets the requirements of this chapter, the application shall be granted by the Town Council. Otherwise, the action of the Town Manager in denying the application shall be upheld.
(1991 Code, § 16-101) (Ord. passed 9-18-1986)