The City Administrator shall issue a permit as provided for in this Chapter when, from a consideration of the application and from such other information as may be otherwise obtained, it is found that:
A. The conduct of such activity will not unduly interfere with traffic or pedestrian movement or endanger public safety.
B. No residential streets will be completely closed to traffic.
C. Directly affected residents and businesses will be notified, in writing, at least seventy-two (72) hours prior to any filming.
D. The conduct of such activity will not unduly interfere with normal governmental or City operations; threaten or result in damage or detriment to private or public property. Should the City incur costs or expenditures for special accommodations and services, for repairs and maintenance, or for personnel not reimbursed in advance by the applicant, the City shall bill the applicant for such costs.
E. The conduct of such activity will not constitute a fire hazard and all proper safety precautions will be taken.
F. The conduct of such activity will not require the diversion of so great a number of police officers of the City as to interfere with normal police protection of other areas in the City.
G. The conduct of such activity would not unduly affect the public health, safety or general welfare of residents or businesses in the immediate area.