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(a) Requirements. Except as specified in subsection (b) below, all People Places in the Public-Right-of-Way1 shall conform to the Operational Requirements set forth in Administrative Code Section 94A.7. The Director of Public Works may also adopt such additional regulations as he or she deems appropriate and necessary for the proper management and use of a People Place in the Public Right-of-Way.
(b) Grant of Exceptions to Standard Operational Requirements.
(1) Good Neighbor Policies. Upon written request from a Steward, the Director of Public Works may grant a non-material exception or other minor amendment to the Good Neighbor Policies set forth in Administrative Code Section 94A.7(b)(8) if the Director finds, in his or her sole discretion, that a Good Neighbor Policy is unwarranted or not appropriate for a particular People Place or event on the public right-of-way under the jurisdiction of Public Works due to unique circumstances and that the public interest would best be served by granting an exception. The Director of Public Works shall issue such exceptions in writing, retain the granted exceptions in a file available for public review, and shall post such correspondence on the Department’s and Places for People Program’s website.
(2) Other Operational Requirements. Upon written request from a Steward, the Director of Public Works is authorized to waive or modify one or more of the other Operational Requirements established in Administrative Code Section 94A.7 if the Director finds, in his or her sole discretion, that is unwarranted or not appropriate for a particular People Place or event on the public right-of-way under the jurisdiction of Public Works.
(3) Public Record. Any exceptions, minor amendments, or waivers granted by the Director pursuant to this subsection (b) shall be in writing and retained in a file available for public review.
(Added by Ord. 224-16,, File No. 160893, App. 11/22/2016, Eff. 12/22/2016)
1. So in Ord. 224-16.