Hearing for party ordinance delayed a week

The Fighting Irish still have time to fight for their right to party.

The South Bend city council will not vote on a party permit ordinance on Monday night, as previously planned.

The council is considering an ordinance to crack down on parties in residential neighborhoods.

It requires anyone living in a boarding house to get a party permit, ten days in advance each and every time they entertain 25 or more guests and serve alcohol.

Notre Dame's student body president says the ordinance unfairly targets students, but supporters argue that the current laws are just not working.

A special meeting is now set for next Monday, August 20th.

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