Permits for the public or private display of fireworks may be issued by the Fire Chief; provided, a person desiring to display any fireworks shall apply in writing to the Fire Chief for a permit at least 15 days in advance of the date of the proposed display and shall set forth:
   (A)   The name of the organization sponsoring the display together with the names of persons actually in charge of the firing of the display;
   (B)   The date and time of day at which the display is to be held;
   (C)   The exact location planned for the display;
   (D)   A description setting forth the age, and experience in the display of fireworks, of the persons who are to do the actual discharging of the fireworks;
   (E)   The number and kinds of fireworks to be discharged;
   (F)   The manner and place of storage of the fireworks prior to the display; and
   (G)   A diagram of the grounds on which the display is to be held showing the point at which the fireworks are to be discharged, the location of all buildings, highways, telegraph, telephone, or other overhead obstructions and trees located within 200 yards from the point at which the fireworks are to be discharged and the lines behind which the audience will be restrained.  The Fire Chief shall issue the permit once the Fire Chief has determined upon inspection that the proposed premises as shown in the application shall not be hazardous to property or endanger any person.
(Ord. 1-94, passed 1-10-1994)