(A)   The police chief or designee may terminate any public dance that creates a public nuisance by reason of excessive noise, congestion, disturbances of the peace, or any other reason, or that is operated without a required dance permit or in violation of the conditions of a dance permit.
   (B)   All direct and indirect costs of providing the police response necessary to terminate the public dance shall be charged to the permittee or person presenting the dance. Such costs shall be deemed a debt to the city, and any person required to pay such costs shall be liable in an action brought in the name of the city for recovery of such costs, including reasonable attorneys' fees.
(`64 Code, Sec. 12-2.9) (Ord. No. 2386)