Application for a permit shall be made to the Director in a form deemed appropriate by him. Such application shall include, but not be limited to, the following information:
      (a)    Name, phone number and address of the applicant;
     (b)    Name and address of the business establishment seeking the temporary permit;
     (c)    A description of the proposed area, with photographs, to be occupied by the outdoor restaurant, outdoor seating, or outdoor retail location and the hours and days of operation;
      (d)    If applicable, details plans drawn to scale showing the locations, number and arrangement of tables, chairs and other structures, the location of the pedestrian diverters planned to demarcate the occupied area, the location of the entrance to the establishment, the locations of fire exits or fire escapes, and the nature and location of any existing sidewalk obstructions;
      (e)    If applicable, a description of the tables, chairs, pedestrian diverters and other structures, including information about the composition;
      (f)    A signed statement that the applicant is the owner of the business establishment immediately adjacent to the proposed area to be occupied by an outdoor restaurant outdoor seating, or outdoor retail;
     (g)    A description of the type of food and beverage to be served at the outdoor restaurant;
      (h)    If applicable, a copy of the applicant's liquor permit, expansion permit, and a complete copy of the expansion permit submitted to the Division of Liquor Control;
      (i)    Evidence that all required health licenses have been obtained or have been applied for the outdoor restaurant; and
     (j)    A signed statement that the permittee shall hold harmless the City of Port Clinton, its officers and employees and shall indemnify the City of Port Clinton, its officers and employees for any claims or damage to property or injury to persons which may be occasioned by any activity carried on under the terms of the permit. Permittee shall furnish and maintain such public liability, food products liability, liquor liability and property damage insurance as will protect permittee and the City from all claims for damage to property or bodily injury, including death, which may arise from operations under the permit or in connection therewith. Such insurance shall provide coverage in an amount of not less than one million dollars ($1,000,000) on account of an accident involving injuries, including death, to one or more persons and property damage insurance in an amount not less than one million dollars ($1,000,000), or a combined single limit of one million dollars ($1,000,000) provided however, that this insurance requirement shall not be construed to limit permittee's indemnification obligations to the above-required limits of insurance. Such insurance shall also name the City of Port Clinton as an additional insured, its officers and employees, and shall further provide that they policy shall not terminate or be canceled prior to the expiration date of the permit without thirty (30) days' written notice to the Director.
      (Ord. 8-21. Passed 4-13-21.)