(A)   Solicitation permits. An application for a commercial solicitation permit shall contain the following information regarding the applicant:
      (1)   The name and address of the organization making the application and the name under which it intends to solicit;
      (2)   The name and address of the person in charge of solicitation in the village;
      (3)   The names and addresses of all the persons who will solicit in the village;
      (4)   Such additional information which the Village Manager may require;
      (5)   The dates such solicitation shall be conducted; provided that, the maximum time period for which the permit shall be issued shall not exceed 30 days, and provided that permit renewals shall not exceed 30 days;
      (6)   Description sufficient for identification of the subject matter of the soliciting in which the applicant will engage;
      (7)   For charitable solicitation permits, a written statement of recent date by the Attorney General of Illinois that the organization is in compliance with the provisions of An Act to Regulate Solicitation and Collection of Funds for Charitable Purposes, 225 ILCS 460/1, and such statute as it may hereafter be amended;
      (8)   A written statement from the Internal Revenue Service that the organization is a tax exempt organization under § 501(c)(3) of the Internal Revenue Code of the United States, and the organization’s federal Employer Identification Number;
      (9)   Illinois Retail Sales Tax Identification Number, if applicable;
      (10)   When solicitation will be conducted by an itinerant vendor utilizing a motorized vehicle, a valid and current DuPage County Health Department permit is required to be submitted along with a certificate of insurance issued by an insurance company licensed to do business in this state shall be provided, insuring the solicitors and their organization for liability for damages for personal injury and property damage causally related to an act of ordinary negligence of the soliciting agent. The certificate must state that is shall not be canceled during the period of solicitation, and will provide at least the following coverage:
Personal injury
$500,000 per person
$1,000,000 per occurrence
Property damage
      (11)   Information as to whether a solicitation permit has been previously issued to the applicant, and if so, whether the permit was ever revoked;
      (12)   Information as to whether the applicant has ever been convicted of a violation of any of the provisions of this article or any similar law in any jurisdiction; and
      (13)   All prospective solicitors/peddlers whose products is insurance or insurance-related services must produce a current valid insurance license issued by the Illinois Department of Financial and Professional Regulation’s Insurance Division. Failure to provide a current and valid Illinois insurance license will be cause for permit denial.
   (B)   Scope. Nothing in the foregoing sections shall be construed to give permission to any solicitor to enter into traffic intersections for the purpose of soliciting in contravention of any state law or local ordinance prohibiting such intersection solicitation.
(Ord. 92-11-117, passed 11-10-1992; Ord. 97-12-85, passed 12-15-1997; Ord. 2003-02-07, passed 2-18-2003; Ord. 2008-02-05, passed 2-19-2008)