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File #: R-36-22    Version: 1 Name:
Type: Resolution Status: Adopted
File created: 6/1/2022 In control: Finance Committee
On agenda: 7/25/2022 Final action: 7/25/2022
Title: City Supported Special Events in Fiscal Year 2023 - For the purpose of identifying City Supported Special Events; and waiving certain related City Fees during Fiscal Year 2023.
Attachments: 1. R-36-22 First Reader, 2. R-36-22 Staff Report, 3. R-36-22 Fiscal Impact Note
Title
City Supported Special Events in Fiscal Year 2023 - For the purpose of identifying City Supported Special Events; and waiving certain related City Fees during Fiscal Year 2023.
Body
CITY COUNCIL OF THE
City of Annapolis

Resolution 36-22

Introduced by: Alderwoman Tierney
Co-sponsored by:

Referred to
Finance Committee

A RESOLUTION concerning

City Supported Special Events in Fiscal Year 2023

FOR the purpose of identifying City Supported Special Events; and waiving certain related City Fees during Fiscal Year 2023.


WHEREAS, Section 14.18.020 of the City Code defines a "City Supported Event" as "a special event that:
1. the city council approves by resolution as a city-supported event;
2. inures solely to the benefit of the public, with no profit or emolument to the City to thereby serve a governmental function; and
3. benefits the public health, safety and welfare to thereby serve a governmental purpose"; and

WHEREAS, Section 6.04.210 of the City Code states that "whenever a person leases, uses or occupies a City facility, the person shall be charged and pay a minimum of full fees for the use of the facility." Examples of City facilities include public spaces, grounds, parks, athletic facilities, fields, docks, piers, wet slips, moorings, developable waters, buildings, motor vehicles, equipment, structures, rooms or other parts of public buildings. Examples of City services include traffic control, crowd control, public safety support (police or fire), trash removal, sanitary services, recycling, bulk pick-up, the provision of water, sewer, electricity, communications or other utilities, transportation, and labor. Full fees "means the value of the right to lease, use or occupy the City facility as determined by the Finance Director in a fiscal impact note, plus all costs incurred by the City of Annapolis including, but not limited to, utility costs and costs associated with municipal services (public safety, public works, custodial, renovations,...

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