Prior to the adoption of Ord. 21051 on 08/15/2011, Section 24-73 read as follows.
(2) No obstruction will be created that would unreasonably interfere with police, fire or health protection of the city, and
(3) No unreasonable interference with the normal uses of the abutting property will be created.
(e) The city council normally shall not close a street and issue a street use permit when the street requested to be closed is within 750 feet of a street that the council has previously closed for the same time, unless the holder of the earlier street use permit has been notified and consents to the subsequent street closure.
(f) The holder of a street use permit must obtain all other required city licenses and permits. The special event committee appointed by the city manager will advise the permit holder of additional licenses and permits that are required based upon information provided by the permit holder.
(g) No vendors may operate within the closed street without the permission of the street use permit holder. This subsection shall not prevent the owners of businesses adjacent to the closed street from selling items on the sidewalk as otherwise permitted by law.
(h) No peddler shall conduct peddling within 750 feet of a street closed under this section without the written permission of the city manager. The manager shall not give such written permission without first consulting with the street use permit holder to determine whether such peddling will interfere with the special event to be held on the closed street.
(i) Access to businesses that abut the street closure shall be maintained during the normal business hours of the affected business.
(j) No street use permit holder or other person shall block off a street in a manner that prevents the free movement of pedestrians into and out of the closed street area.