[HISTORY: Adopted by the Town Council of the Town of Glocester 3-18-1993 (Ch. III, § 2, 3-02-10, of the 1991 Code). Amendments noted where applicable.]
The Town Hall Building is a general purpose, public building used to conduct the usual and regular business of the Town of Glocester as directed and ordered by the administrative body of the Town of Glocester, the Town Council.
Use by other groups than Town departments, boards and commissions and other officially recognized governmental bodies is prohibited except as follows. The Town Council may grant permission if the following stipulations are met:
The group is a nonprofit, chartered group with community acceptance and applies at least one month in advance of the event.
The purpose of the use is related to the common welfare of the Town and/or its citizens and so stated in writing.
Use is limited to the common areas; i.e., hallways, Council Chamber, bathrooms and conference room.
No food and or beverage may be sold, served, or consumed on the premises during the event.
The group pays for an on-duty custodian and clean-up costs.
The Town Hall is a "smoke free" facility.
If the event is held during Town Hall business hours, the event must not prevent the use of the Town Hall for citizens' business.
Security/Liability insurance may be required.
The Town Council may impose such additional conditions as it may deem appropriate.