A. The exclusion procedures in this Section shall be used for City Property subject to the Rules of Conduct in Section 3.18.020. If a person violates any Rule of Conduct at City Property described in Section 3.18.020 while in or upon City Property, any Person-in-Charge may eject and direct the person to leave the City Property for a period of 24 hours. In addition, the director of the bureau assigned property management responsibility for the City Property where the violation occurred, or designee, may issue an exclusion for any period of time up to 1 year from City Property.
B. Notwithstanding this Section, if public meetings of the City Council, or of City Boards and Commissions are held in a City Property, ejectment and exclusion from the public meeting must comply with Section 3.02.060.
C. In determining the appropriate length of exclusion under this Section, the person issuing the exclusion shall consider: the seriousness of the conduct that led to the exclusion; prior instances of violations of the Rules of Conduct at City Property by the person to be excluded; the availability of alternative means for the person to conduct business with City officials and offices; and any other facts or circumstances that the person issuing the exclusion deems relevant.
D. The notice of exclusion shall be in writing, given to the person excluded and signed by the Person-in-Charge. It shall specify the dates and places of exclusion. It shall contain a warning of consequences for failure to comply with the notice of exclusion and information concerning the right to appeal the exclusion.
E. A person receiving a notice of exclusion may appeal, in writing, to the Code Hearings Officer in accordance with the provisions of Title 22 of the Code to have the notice of exclusion rescinded. Notwithstanding the provisions of Title 22, the appeal to the Code Hearings Officer shall be filed within 5 days of issuance of the notice of exclusion, unless extended by the Code Hearings Officer for good cause shown. The sworn statement of the Person-in-Charge who issued the notice of exclusion shall be used as evidence on appeal, unless the appellant requests, in writing, the presence of the Person-in-Charge at the appeal hearing.
F. A person receiving a notice of exclusion may request a limited modification from the Person-in-Charge issuing the exclusion for the purpose of attending a City Council or other public meeting or conducting specific business with a City official or office located at a City Property identified in the exclusion notice. The request must be in writing and must identify good cause for the desired modification. The Person-in-Charge may deny the request if the business with the City official or office may be conducted through alternate means or deferred until the exclusion period ends, or may deny the request on any reasonable basis. If modification is allowed, the Person-in-Charge may impose reasonable conditions for the limited entry, and may include a requirement that the person arrange with the Person-in-Charge to be escorted into and out of the location where the meeting is to be held or the business is to be conducted.