Teen Club Permit

View Resolution 76-2014

Notice of Springfield Township’s Teen Club and Teen Event Permit and Employee Licensing Requirements

 

On September 9, 2014, Springfield Township enacted Resolution No. 76-2014 establishing permit requirements for Teen Clubs and Teen Events located in Springfield Township and a license requirement for employees who work for Teen Clubs or provide services during Teen Events.  Based on this Resolution, permits and licenses must be obtained prior to operating or working in a Teen Club or during a Teen Event.  Applications for permits/licenses must be filed at least 30 days prior to the operation of a Teen Club or the date of a Teen Event. 

 

Resolution No. 76-2014 outlines the application procedures, requirements for obtaining Teen Club/Teen Event permits and employee licenses, the fees for such permits/licenses, and the penalties for violations of the Resolution.  The Resolution consists of the following Chapters and Sections:

 

Section 1            Definitions

Section 2            Permit Required

Section 3            Application Process/Determination

Section 4            Application Investigation Process

Section 5             Issuance of Permit

Section 6            Denial of Permit

Section 7            Continuing Obligation to Update Application Information

Section 8            Access to Permitted Premises

Section 9            Teen Club Permit Expiration and Renewal

Section 10            Teen Event Permit Expiration and Renewal

Section 11            Suspension of Permit

Section 12            Revocation of Permit

Section 13            Appeal of Permit Denial, Non-Renewal, Suspension or Revocation

Section 14            Transfer of Permit Prohibited

Section 15             Employee License

Section 16            Hours of Operation

Section 17            Admission

Section 18            Location Requirements and Operating Conditions

Section 19            Exemption of Certain Organizations and Activities

Section 20            Civil Citation and Appeal

Section 21            Penalties and Fines

Section 22            Abatement and Other Lawful Remedies

Section 23            Compliance with Law

                        Section 24            Waiver of Second Reading Requirement

 

Pursuant to Resolution No. 76-2014, persons who violate the employee licensing requirements shall be issued Civil Citations in the following amounts:

 

  1. $100 on the first offense;
  2. $250 for the second offense;
  3. $500 for the third offense;
  4. $750 for the fourth offense; and
  5. $1,000 for each subsequent offense.

 

Additionally, persons who violate the Teen Club or Teen Event permit requirements shall be issued Civil Citations in the following amounts:

 

  1. $500 on the first offense; and
  2. $1,000 for each subsequent offense.

 

There is an administrative fee for processing each citation.  Each day that a violation con­tinues after due notice has been served shall be deemed a sepa­rate offense.

 

Resolution Number 76-2014 became effective immediately on its passage on September 9, 2014. 

 

A copy of the entire Resolution may be obtained or viewed at the Office of the Springfield Township Fiscal Officer, 9150 Winton Road, Cincinnati, Ohio 45231 or on Springfield Township’s website (www.Springfieldtwp.org) under the Government/HomeRule/Resolutions heading.