It costs $50 extra for a permit for hurling, soccer or Gaelic football games in a public park on a Sunday.

Section 12.20.030 Sunday sports or games.

A. Permits for Sunday sports or games on public parks
or playgrounds shall be issued by the Recreation Commission
or by its authorized agents.

B. Permits for such Sunday sports and games shall be
conducted between the hours specified on the permits and
shall be started sufficiently early to allow for their
ending within the specified time.

C. At least one police officer shall be assigned to
duty on each Sunday when a permit for any game or sport is
issued by the Recreation Commission for any park or

D. Permits for use of Russell Field for sports or games
on Sundays shall be issued by the Commission at its
discretion. When admission is charged or when any
collection is made, the fee for the use of the field for
such Sunday games or sports shall be determined by the
Commission, but shall be not less than twenty-five dollars,
payable at the office of the Recreation Commission before
the permit is issued. When no admission is charged or no
collection is taken, there shall be no charge for the
permit. Police protection satisfactory to the Commission or
its authorized agent shall be furnished by the permit or
organization to whom the permit is issued.

E. An additional fee of not less than fifty dollars
shall be charged when any permit shall be granted for
hurling, soccer or Gaelic football games, which amount
shall be reserved for appropriations for reconditioning or
repairs which may be necessary to the field.

(Prior code § 14-9)

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