(a) License conditions. The shall issue a temporary license to the following individuals who can demonstrate to the that he or she:
(1) Has current insurance coverage of $1,000,000 for professional liability in the practice of ; and
(2) Has completed 400 hours of certified therapeutic training from an or that has been approved by the .
(b) Duration and limit of license. A temporary therapist license shall be effective for a maximum of four days, and a therapist shall not be issued more than three temporary licenses during a 12-month period.
(c) License application and fee. A temporary therapist license shall be issued only upon receipt of the fee for a therapeutic license as set forth in § 14.03 of this code, and a complete license application, which shall be submitted at least seven days prior to requested effective date of the temporary license. The temporary license application shall request the following information:
(1) The applicant’s name and current address;
(2) The applicant’s current employer;
(3) The applicant’s employers for the previous five years, including the employer’s name, address and dates of employment;
(4) The applicant’s addresses for the previous five years;
(5) The applicant’s date of birth, home telephone number, weight, height, color of eyes and color of hair;
(6) Whether the applicant has ever been convicted of any felony, crime or violation of any ordinance other than a minor traffic offense and, if so, the time, place and offense for which convictions were had;
(7) Whether the applicant has had an interest in, individually or as part of a corporation, partnership, association, enterprise, business or firm, a license revoked or suspended within the last five years of the date the license application is submitted to the ;
(8) Whether the applicant is a United States citizen or resident alien, or has the legal authority to work in the United States; and
(9) Whether the applicant has ever used or been known by a name other than the applicant’s name, and if so, the name or names and information concerning dates and places where used.
(d) License verification and consideration. The is empowered to conduct any and all investigations to verify the information on the application, including ordering a computerized criminal history inquiry and/or a driver’s license history inquiry on the applicant. Within seven days of receipt of a complete application and fee the shall grant or deny the application. An applicant who is denied a license by the shall be granted a right to appeal to the City Council.
(e) ineligible for license. No temporary license shall be issued to a who:
(1) Is not 18 years of age or older at the time the application is submitted to the ;
(2) Has been convicted of any crime directly related to the occupation licensed as prescribed by M.S. § 364.03, subd. 2, as it may be amended from time to time, and has not shown competent evidence of sufficient rehabilitation and present fitness to perform the duties and responsibilities of a licensee as prescribed by M.S. § 364.03, subd. 3, as it may be amended from time to time;
(3) Has had an interest in, as an individual or as part of a corporation, partnership, association, enterprise, business or firm, a license that was revoked or suspended within the last five years of the date the license application is submitted to the ;
(4) Is not a citizen of the United States or a resident alien or does not have the legal authority to work in the United States;
(5) Is not of good moral character or repute; or
(6) Has knowingly misrepresented or falsified information on the license application.
(1958 Code, § 169.07) (Ord. 226, passed 3-7-1960; Ord. 65-56, passed 8-23-1965; Ord. 78-61, passed 9-25-1978; Ord. 86-38, passed 6-23-1986; Ord. 93-22, passed 4-26-1993; recodified by Ord. 95-13, passed 8-7-1995; Ord. 98-7, passed 3-2-1998; Ord. 2010-8, passed 4-12-2010)