§ 32.02  PROCLAMATION BY MAYOR; GENERAL AUTHORITY.
   (A)   In the event of an existing or threatened state of emergency endangering the lives, safety, health and welfare of the people within the village, or threatening damage to or destruction of property, the Mayor is hereby authorized and empowered to issue a public proclamation declaring to all persons the existence of a state of emergency, and, in order to more effectively protect the lives and property of the people within the village to place in effect any or all of the restrictions hereinafter authorized, including the authority to define and impose a curfew.
(1986 Code, § 14A-1.2)
   (B)   The Mayor is hereby authorized and empowered to limit by the proclamation the application of all or any part of a restriction to any area specifically designated or described within the corporate limits of the village and to specific hours of the day or night; and to exempt from all or any part of the restrictions of law enforcement officers, firefighters and other public employees, doctors, nurses, employees of hospitals and other medical facilities; military personnel whether state or federal; on-duty employees of public utilities; public transportation companies and newspaper, magazine, radio broadcasting and television broadcasting corporations operated for profit and other classes of persons as may be essential to the preservation of public order and immediately necessary to serve the safety, health and welfare needs of the people within the village.
(1986 Code, § 14A-1.3)
(Ord. 87-29, passed 10-19-1987)