FAIRFIELD — Dancing, vigorous exercise or other activities creating the risk of injury would not be permitted – along with alcohol – in a proposed policy for use of the Fairfield City Council chamber.
The proposal, which the council takes up Tuesday, seeks to set clear guidelines about using the site when the council is not in session, according to the staff report signed by City Manager Sean Quinn and Assistant City Manager David White.
Fairfield will charge a $100 cleaning deposit and the site will be available during regular business hours from 8 a.m. to 5:30 p.m.
After hours use is for city-sponsored events or by direction of the city manager, according to the policy proposal. No commercial activities or private social functions are allowed. City-sponsored events will have first priority.
The council chamber can booked up for three months in advance but the city can bump organizations if the site is needed for emergency matters.
Council members meet at 6 p.m. in the chamber at 1000 Webster St.
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