[HISTORY: Adopted by the Board of Trustees of the Village of Old Brookville. Amendments noted where applicable.]
Public conduct — See Ch. 220.
No person shall cause or permit to take place on public or private property in the Village any parade, exhibition, concert, theatrical performance, dog show, antique show, auction, garage sale, horse show or other similar performance or display without first obtaining a permit therefor from the Board of Trustees.
An application for such a permit shall be written and verified and shall be filed with the Village Clerk not less than 20 days before the proposed activity and shall set forth:
The name and address of the applicant.
The name and address of the person responsible for the conduct of the proposed activity.
A full description of the nature of the proposed activity.
The number of persons expected to attend.
Details with respect to sanitary facilities, if needed, and of off-street parking.
The date, time and duration of the proposed activity.
The Board of Trustees may issue such permits subject to such conditions as may be reasonable to protect the residents of the area from noise and inconvenience, to preserve the residential character of the Village and to otherwise further the public intent and general welfare and ensure compliance with all Village ordinances and regulations.
In addition to any conditions imposed, permits are subject to the following restrictions:
Limitation on days and hours and frequency.
No sale shall be held for more than two consecutive days, nor shall there be more than one day of inspection. Sales and inspections shall be limited between the hours of 9:00 a.m. and 9:00 p.m.
A public sale other than an auction sale on any given premises shall be held no more frequently than once every five years or not more than once by any individual during the period of his or her ownership of the real property on which the sale is conducted, if the ownership shall be less than five years.
An auction shall be held no more than once by any individual during the period of his or her ownership of the real property on which the auction is conducted.
Parking. Parking shall be limited to the premises on which the sale is held unless other arrangements are approved by the Village Clerk.
Signs. The size and number of signs, directional and otherwise, shall be as prescribed by the Village Clerk. They shall not be erected before the date of inspection, if any, or the first day of the sale and shall be removed by 9:00 p.m. on the last day of the sale, or the first day of the sale, whichever is applicable.
Loudspeakers. There shall be no loudspeakers permitted other than a single loudspeaker for purposes of conducting the sale and the volume thereof shall not reach beyond the audience.
Personal property of owner; sale limited to. The sale of any personal property shall be limited solely to personal property owned by the resident-applicant.
The fee for any such permit shall be the amount indicated in Chapter 154, Fees and Deposits, of the Code of the Village of Old Brookville, which fee may be waived by the Board of Trustees when such parade, exhibition, auction or sale is for charitable, noncommercial or community event.
Any person, firm, association or corporation who violates any of the provisions of this chapter shall be subject to the fines and punishments pursuant to Chapter 1, General Provisions, § 1-3, of this Code.