Such uses may be permitted without regard to whether the institution or organization sponsoring the use is non-profit or for-profit in nature. Such use and occupancy shall not be disturbing to the public peace and tranquility, and shall not create undue traffic hazards and congestion. Limitations on hours of operation may be established by the Village, or any other measures deemed necessary to minimize negative impacts on nearby uses and traffic operations along public streets.
   (a)   Permits and Approvals. Sketch plan approval shall be obtained from the Commission. When such uses are for more than seven calendar days during a year, approval is also required from the Council. Appropriate permits shall be secured by the applicant from the County, the Administrative Official and other agencies with jurisdiction.
   (b)   Insurance. The applicant shall provide evidence of adequate public liability insurance and property damage insurance to cover potential liability for death or injury to persons or damage to property, which may result from the conduct of the activity.
   (c)   Setbacks and Fencing. All buildings, structures and parking shall be at least 300 feet from any dwelling. The Village may require placement of temporary fencing around all or part of the site.
   (d)   Renewals. Renewals of recurring or previously permitted or otherwise occurring uses or events shall require approval by the Council. The Council may, annually or otherwise, periodically, adopt and amend a resolution which includes a list of any such uses or events which fall into this category, their anticipated future dates of occurrence, and any specific conditions or requirements that it deems appropriate to impose.
      (Ord. 21-2020. Passed 12-14-20.)