The city also agreed that any future curfew consideration would be the least restrictive necessary to meet a “compelling need”, whatever that is.
What it is not, according to the ACLU, is the simple fear of crime.
City Attorney Eric LaFleur told news media that what a compelling need is is still being fashioned.
The curfew that prompted the ACLU intervention came after an upswing in robberies and other crime-related activity.
The curfew was adopted in February 2011 and renewed regularly until October 2011, when it was suspended following filing of the suit.
The ACLU asserted 134 people were cited, arrested, fined or jailed for curfew violation.