Sec. 28A-14. Catering services, nonprofit organization.
(a) Meal service.
(1) Except as otherwise specifically provided, catering of meals in the center shall be done only by caterers who are approved by the manager and who meet minimum requirements established by the city. Caterers desiring to be on the approved meal catering list must pay an annual fee for the period of July 1 through June 30. Caterers must have a valid permit issued by the city to cater meals at the center.
(2) Catering of meals in Sherwood Hall and use of the hall's kitchen shall be by approved caterers, except when a bona fide, nonprofit organization desires to provide its own food service and which meet use requirements.
(3) Meals in the meeting room facilities including the Santa Lucia Room, may be catered or provided by the group or individual using the facilities.
(4) Fees and deposits shall be as follows:
(A) Sherwood Hall caterers shall pay an annual fee of one hundred dollars and ten percent of their gross receipts, for meals provided. In addition, each caterer permitted to use the Sherwood Hall shall pay a cleanup/damage deposit of two hundred dollars. A caterer approved to cater in Sherwood Hall, shall also be authorized to cater in the meeting rooms but will not have to pay a percentage of gross income or the annual fee for meeting rooms.
(B) Meeting rooms caterers shall pay an annual fee of fifty dollars.
(C) Sherwood Hall kitchen. Nonprofit organizations authorized to use the kitchen shall pay a use fee of one hundred dollars per event in addition to the rental for the premises used. Cleanup/damage deposits and insurance shall be required as part of the group's permit to use the facility plus such extra charges as may be applicable.
(b) Alcoholic beverage service.
(1) Sale of alcoholic beverages in the center shall be provided by caterers licensed by the city and state or by nonprofit organizations which obtain the proper permits from the state.
(2) Except as provided in subsection (b)(1) above, the sale of alcoholic beverages shall be done only by caterers who are approved by the city to work in the center and who meet the minimum requirements established by the city. Caterers desiring to be on the approved alcoholic beverage list must pay an annual fee for the period of July 1 through June 30. Caterers must have a valid permit issued by the city to cater alcoholic beverages at the center.
(3) Caterers shall pay an annual fee of fifty dollars and fifteen percent of their gross receipts, for the beverages provided. The fees provided for in this subsection are in addition to any fees required by subsection (a), above.
(c) Denial of catering approval. No caterer shall be approved if the manager finds the applicant does not possess the necessary business integrity or ability to provide quality catering services. The manager's determination may be appealed to the director. The director's determination shall be final for all purposes. (Ord. No. 1926 (NCS), § 1.)