(A)   License required. It is unlawful to permit or have dancing, singing, disc jockeys, concerts with music for hire or the use of any musical instruments (“live entertainment”), with or without charge, at any outdoor location where intoxicating liquor or 3.2% malt liquor is served, without a license as provided in this section.
   (B)   License fee. The annual license fee shall be established by City Council resolution.
   (C)   Hours of operation. Hours of operation for the live entertainment activity shall be set by the City Council in the license.
   (D)   One fee for all forms of live entertainment. A license granted to cover any one form of live entertainment, as defined in this section covers all forms of live entertainment without additional fees.
   (E)   Security plan. Prior to issuing a license, a security plan must be approved by the Police Chief or his or her designee.
   (F)   Notice. Before issuance of a live entertainment license, the city shall notify property owners within 350 feet of the proposed event at least ten days prior to the City Council meeting.
   (G)   Hearing and reasonable conditions. The City Council shall hold a hearing on the license and may impose reasonable conditions to protect the health, safety and general welfare of the public.
(2001 Code, § 1100.02)  (Ord. 11-14, passed - -; Ord. 12-08, passed - -)