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(A) Any applicant who shall have obtained a permit for an event which is commonly held at annual or other periodic intervals shall, once having obtained such permit, be entitled to renew the same, without fee, upon the same conditions as are contained in the original permit by notifying the Village Clerk, in writing, not less than 20 days nor more than 60 days prior to the event for which the permit is requested, and submitting with such notification, evidence of financial responsibility and the fulfillment of such other conditions as may theretofore have been required.
(B) The application for renewal shall be granted by the President unless a bona fide complaint concerning the past operation of such event by the applicant or new or changed circumstances or a different mode of operation by the applicant have been brought to the attention of the President. Where such matters are brought to the attention of the President, he shall hold a hearing upon notice to the applicant and may thereafter grant the application for renewal, impose new or different conditions upon the applicant, or deny the application, as the evidence adduced at the hearing shall warrant.
('79 Code, § 1918(7)) (Ord. 1987-O-6, passed 1-20-87)