Section 24-44 Issuance.
Prior to the adoption of Ord. 20654 on 06/21/2010, Section 24-44 read as follows.
The director of public works shall issue a permit hereunder when he has determined:
(1) That a sufficient application
has been made, accompanied by payment of the filing fee.
(2) That the work will be done according
to the standard plans and specifications on file in
the office of the director of public works.
(3) That the operation will not unreasonably
interfere with the vehicular and pedestrian
traffic, the demand and necessity for parking space, and the means of egress to and from the
property involved and adjacent properties.
(4) That the health, welfare and safety
of the public will not be unreasonably impaired.
(5) That evidence has been presented showing that
all business owners along the sidewalk
frontage of the impacted block have been given at least three (3) days notice of the use, the dates
and times of such use, and their right to protest by written notice given to the director of public
(6) That the applicant agrees to follow all rules
and regulations for sidewalk closures issued
by the director of public works.
(b) Permits will be allowed to be renewed once; provided
that the time granted in the
original permit plus the time granted in the renewal permit shall not exceed thirty (30) days.
Additional renewals will require the applicant to follow the process set forth in article IV.
(Code 1964, § 14.260; Ord. No. 11624, § 1, 9-21-87; Ord. No. 13648, §