Cur­rently, the film pro­ce­dures read as fol­lows:

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Down­town Film Ac­tiv­ity Im­pacts

If cus­tomer ac­cess to busi­ness is di­rectly im­peded dur­ing busi­ness hours, a max­i­mum of $200 per day will be paid for film­ing ac­tiv­ity: set up, film­ing and break­down.

If the busi­ness is di­rectly af­fected by film­ing, com­pen­sa­tion will be de­cided be­tween the film­ing com­pany and busi­ness owner.

Res­i­den­tial Film Im­pacts

Typ­i­cal film days shall be con­ducted be­tween the hours of 7 a.m. and mid­night for set up, film­ing and break­down. If no traf­fic re­stric­tions ex­ist for the res­i­dents with 200 lin­ear feet of the film lo­ca­tion, $0 com­pen­sa­tion per res­i­dent is re­quired.

If film­ing or wrap up is to ex­tend be­yond mid­night, com­pen­sa­tion per each res­i­dent within 200 lin­ear feet of the ac­tual film­ing lo­ca­tion shall be com­pen­sated at a rate of $50 per each day of film ac­tiv­ity, ex­clud­ing ex­cep­tional ac­tiv­ity, i.e.: py­rotech­nics, ex­plo­sions, etc.

If road clo­sures ex­ist, all im­pacted res­i­dents shall be com­pen­sated at a rate of $100 per day for their in­con­ve­nience.

Pri­vate prop­erty use will be an agree­ment be­tween the film­ing com­pany and home­owner.

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