(a) It shall be unlawful for any person to carry any open container as defined herein, in or on any public street, sidewalk or park, playground or other unenclosed public place within the parish.
(b) It shall be unlawful for any person to drink alcoholic beverages of either high or low alcoholic content from any open container, as defined herein, in or on any public street, sidewalk, park, playground or unenclosed public place within the parish.
(c) For the purposes of this section, “open container” is defined as any drinking vessel made of metal or glass or any container made of metal or glass, upon which the seal has been broken, excluding drinking glasses which are packaged and which contain no liquid.
(d) Notwithstanding the provisions of this section, this section shall not apply on dates, times and places specifically authorized by resolution of the governing authority of the parish after due consideration at a regular or special meeting called for the consideration of declaring such exemption, or on occasions when persons, their guests or invitees involved, have contacted the parish for use of a public facility and then only inside the designated public facility.
(Ord. No. 3106, 12-7-89; Ord. No. 4003, § 3, 8-6-98)
Sec. 4-13.21. Zoning.
All new licensed premises shall be in compliance with the zoning ordinance including any conditional approval by the planning and zoning board and/or the police jury.
(1) The premises of Retailers, Class A, which authorizes the retailer to sell for consumption on the licensed premises, shall be zoned “C-2” General Commercial.
(2) The premises of Retailers, Class B, which authorizes the retailer to sell in sealed containers prepared for transportation and consumption off the premises, shall be zoned “C-1” Light Commercial.
Premises, or premises to be licensed, shall mean the building or that part of the building as defined in the application for the permit in which beverages of low alcoholic content are sold, except in cases where such beverages are regularly sold or served outside the building, the terms shall also include such outside area.
(Ord. No. 3342, 8-6-92; Ord. No. 4781, § 1, 8-5-04; Ord. No. 4781, § I, 8-5-04)
Sec. 4-35. Requirements and exceptions.
(a) It shall be unlawful for any Class “A” alcoholic beverage permit holder to allow any employee to work at their permitted outlet without a valid alcoholic beverage card.
(b) This section is not applicable to an employee of any Class “A” alcoholic beverage outlet who also maintains a valid restaurant permit under section 4-10 of this chapter or has a Title 26 exemption, which includes any outlet which has a nonprofit, tax exempt status (i.e., religious or fraternal organizations).
(Ord. No. 3200, 10-18-90)