§ 14.389  ISSUANCE OF TEMPORARY BODY ART EVENT LICENSES.
   (a)   Requirements. The may issue a temporary event license, provided that the following license requirements are met:
      (1)   Duration of event. The event is no longer than four continuous days;
      (2)   Number of events. No individual who does not hold a current establishment license may be issued a temporary event license more than four (4) times within the same calendar year;
      (3)   Security measures. The Chief of Police has approved the security measures for the event;
      (4)   Health inspection. The has reviewed the health and safety measures for the event and has inspected each vendor space for the event;
      (5)   Liability insurance. Liability insurance coverage of $1,000,000 has been obtained to cover the event or in the alternative each vendor has procured insurance to cover the vendor’s operations at the event for professional liability in the practice of . A certificate of insurance shall be filed with the city; and
      (6)   Hours of operation. No procedures can take place before 7:00 a.m. nor after 11:00 p.m.
   (b)   Event application. The temporary event 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 addresses for the previous five years;
      (4)   The applicant’s date of birth, home telephone number, weight, height, color of eyes and color of hair;
      (5)   Whether the applicant has ever been convicted of any felony, crime or violation of any ordinance other than a petty misdemeanor, and, if so, the time, place, and offense for which convictions were had;
      (6)   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;
      (7)   The location where the event will be conducted;
      (8)   The number of booths that will be operational at the event;
      (9)   A list of names of who will be working the event; and
      (10)   The names and addresses of in charge of the event.
      (11)   No individual who has been disciplined for a serious violation of this Division T. or Minnesota Statutes, chapter 146B, within three years preceding the intended start date of a temporary event may be issued a license for a temporary event. Violations that preclude issuance of a temporary event permit include unlicensed practice; practicing in an unlicensed location; any of the conditions listed in Minnesota Statutes, section 146B.05 clauses (1) to (8), (12), or (13); section 146B.08, subdivision 3, clauses (4), (5), and (10) to (12); or any other violation that places health or safety of a client at risk.
   (c)    application. A temporary registration shall be issued only upon receipt of the fee for a temporary registration as set forth in § 14.03 of this code, and a complete registration application, which shall be submitted at least seven days prior to requested effective date of the temporary event license. The temporary registration 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 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;
      (8)   Whether the applicant has had a registration or license for revoked or denied by the city or any other governmental body within three years before the application date; and
      (9)   Proof of licensure by the State Department of Health.
   (d)   License or registration verification and issuance. 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, the shall grant or deny the application. An applicant who is denied a license or registration by the shall be granted a right to appeal to the City Council.
(Ord. 87-31, passed 4-27-1987; Ord. 90-53, passed 12-10-1990; Ord. 92-36, passed 7-27-1992; recodified by Ord. 95-13, passed 8-7-1995, renumbered and amended by Ord. 2009-19, passed 7-6-2009; Ord. 2010-31, passed 12-6-2010; Ord. 2018-4, passed 2-12-2018)