§ 99.01  ASSEMBLING ON SIDEWALKS.
   (A)  No person or group of persons shall assemble, gather, stand, or cause, direct, invite, or in any way induce any person or group of persons to assemble, gather, or stand so as to obstruct any public sidewalk to pedestrian traffic or any public street or alley to vehicular traffic, or pedestrian traffic at designated crosswalks.
   (B)  At any place of business where it is necessary for patrons awaiting entry or service to wait on the sidewalks at the place of business or for entry to service, it shall be the responsibility of the owner or proprietor, or his agents or employees, to see that the patrons are lined in a way that pedestrian traffic is not blocked because of the line of patrons.  In no event may any patrons awaiting service line up, gather, assemble, stand, or wait in the public streets or alleys of the town.
   (C)   The provisions of this section shall not apply to events sponsored by the town.
('72 Code, § 17-1) (Am. Ord. 1601, passed 6-11-09)  Penalty, see § 10.99