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A. The application for filming activities shall be approved after the city manager or his designee determines that all of the following provisions of this section have been complied with:
1. That the proposed filming activities described in the application do not pose a threat to the public health and safety, and provide for the protection of property. In addition to the general permit conditions imposed by Section 5.14.070, the city manager or his designee may impose such specific conditions to approval as are necessary to eliminate or lessen the negative safety, traffic, noise, or other elements that impact the community.
2. That the proposed location has not been used for filming activities during the previous six months.
3. That the applicant has procured public liability and property damage insurance as required by Section 5.14.100 of this chapter.
4. That the applicant has executed an agreement in a form approved by the city attorney, to indemnify, defend and hold harmless the city and its officers, employees, appointees, boards and committees from any and all claims and liability of any kind whatsoever resulting from or arising out of the proposed filming activities or issuance of the permit.
5. That the applicant has paid the appropriate fee and made all necessary deposits as required by Section 5.14.040 of this chapter.
B. Once issued, the city manager or his designee may suspend or revoke a permit without notice for failure to comply with fire or safety regulations, or for a violation of any of the conditions of approval, or for engaging in filming activities outside the scope of the permit. The city manager or his designee may suspend or revoke a permit without further notice based on complaints from city residents, if applicant fails to cure the basis of the complaint within twenty-four hours after being notified by the city.
(Ord. 98-09-1241 § 1 (part))