My application was denied, can I challenge that decision?

Every denial of a permit and every conditional grant of a permit challenged by an applicant is appealable to the City Commission by letter filed with the City Manager within three business days after receipt of the denial or proposed conditional grant. The City Commission shall grant or deny the permit, or uphold or rescind the conditions, based upon information presented by the applicant and the City Manager or his designee in a de novo, quasi-judicial hearing held as soon as practicable. The City Commission's decision, including its reasons therefor, shall be announced at the conclusion of the hearing and entered onto the record thereof which shall constitute the commission's final order in any subsequent proceedings and which may, but shall not be required to, express findings of fact and conclusions of law.  

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1. Why are Special Event Permits needed?
2. Do I need to fill out a Special Event Application?
3. What size is my event?
4. How soon do I need to submit a Special Events Application?
5. What are the event permit fees?
6. What are the reasons a permit may be denied?
7. My application was denied, can I challenge that decision?