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A. If the police chief determines that the parade cannot be conducted without seriously inconveniencing the general public or seriously endangering public safety, the police chief shall deny the permit. In determining whether public safety is endangered, the police chief shall consider any concrete evidence indicating a specific intent on the part of the parade organizers or participants to engage in violence during the parade.

B. If the police chief denies the license, written findings shall be issued specifying the reasons for the decision and a copy of the findings shall be furnished to the applicant.