ORDINANCE NO. 10-25-1990
COUNCIL MEMBER CAROL DWYER SUPPORTED BY COUNCIL MEMBER FORREST BURD MOVED THE ADOPTION OF
THE FOLLOWING ORDINANCE
AN ORDINANCE REGULATING THE TEMPORARY
USE OF VILLAGE PROPERTY FOR THE SALE OF GOODS OR SERVICES OR FOR EVENTS AT WHICH ADMISSION IS CHARGED.
THE VILLAGE OF NASHVILLE ORDAINS:
SECTION 1. Any person, enterprise or group shall not hold a sale or event on Village property or right-of-way to
which admission is charged or at which goods or services are sold without first obtaining a temporary use permit.
1. Applications for a temporary use permit shall be made
to the Village Clerk who may issue a permit only upon receiving assurances that such rules as the Village Council may prescribe
will be complied with and after notifying all members of the village council that application has been received.
If any member of the Village Council objects to the issuance of a temporary use permit, the matter shall be placed
on the next council agenda.
2. The Village Council shall adopt rules
pertaining to temporary use permits. Such rules may include provision for an application fee and other
conditions or guidelines controlling the issuance of temporary use permits.
SECTION 3. Effective Date. This ordinance shall take effect twenty (20) days
after its adoption.
Passed and adopted by the Village Council
the 25th day of October, 1990.
Hinckley, Spoelstra, Burd, VanDerski, Chaffee, Dwyer.
NAYS: None ABSENT: Smith