[HISTORY: Adopted by the Board of Trustees of the Village of North Hills 12-22-1982 by L.L. No. 24-1982; amended in its entirety 8-22-2001 by L.L. No. 3-2001 (Ch. 138 of the 1982 Code). Subsequent amendments noted where applicable.]
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, horse show, public fireworks display or other similar performance or display without first obtaining a permit therefor from the Village pursuant to this chapter.
An application for such a permit shall be written and verified, shall be filed with the Village Clerk at least 30 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 off-street parking.
Date, time and duration of the proposed activity.
In the case of an application for a permit for a public display of fireworks, the information required by the Penal Law of the State of New York.
The Mayor, or an official of the Village designated by the Mayor for such purpose, may issue permits pursuant to this chapter, subject to such conditions as may be reasonable to protect the public health, safety and general welfare and, in particular, to protect residents of the area in which the activity is proposed to be conducted from noise and inconvenience, to protect and preserve the residential character of the Village, and to ensure compliance with all applicable laws, rules and regulations.
Any person aggrieved by a determination to issue a permit pursuant to Subsection A of this section may appeal to the Board of Trustees, by written application no later than seven days after the issuance of the permit. In acting upon any such appeal, the Board of Trustees may affirm or reverse the determination appealed from, or modify the same in any manner which would have been authorized for an original permit issuance pursuant to Subsection A of this chapter.
The fee for an application for a permit pursuant to this chapter shall be determined by resolution of the Board of Trustees. In appropriate cases, the Board of Trustees may waive or reduce the fee required to be paid by a charitable, educational or religious not-for-profit organization.