§ 11-5-6  CONSUMING SPIRITUOUS LIQUOR IN PUBLIC PLACE, THOROUGHFARE, OR GATHERING; PERMIT PROCEDURES AND REQUIREMENTS.
   A.   No person shall consume spirituous liquor from any bottle, can, or other receptacle containing any spirituous liquor which has been opened, or a seal broken, or the contents of which have been partially removed in a public place, thoroughfare, or gathering, within the city limits.  This division A. shall not apply in a public recreation area (city parks), provided a permit is obtained from the City Parks and Recreation Department.
   B.   The permits shall include the following:
      1.   Adequate security, acceptable to the Director of the Parks and Recreation Department, shall be provided for any event where alcohol is served and shall comply with any rules and regulations as are applicable to park usage;
      2.   The Director of the Parks and Recreation Department shall maintain a list of organizations which are entitled to use municipal facilities without charge, and in the event that any organization is not placed on the list and is required to pay fees and charges as authorized by resolution to the Parks and Recreation Department, the organization shall have the right to appeal any decision of the Director of the Parks and Recreation Department to the City Council; and
      3.   The rules and regulations of the Parks and Recreation Department relating to parks and recreation facilities and special events, as set forth in § 11-6-4, may be modified from time to time by subsequent resolution.
(Ord. 233, passed 2-18-1997)  Penalty, see § 11-7-1