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A. Permit Required: No person shall call at any residence in the village without the previous consent of the occupant for the purpose of soliciting orders, sales, subscriptions or business of any kind or seeking information or donations unless the canvasser or solicitor first files with the chief of police an application and procures a solicitor's permit.
B. Prohibition By Notice: In addition, no person shall call upon the occupants of any residence for the purpose of soliciting or canvassing, or for the purpose of making an appointment to solicit or canvass, if there is posted and displayed at the entrance to such residence a notice, measuring at least four inches by two inches (4"x2"), containing a statement such as "Solicitors Prohibited", "No Soliciting", "No Canvassing", or the like.
C. Use Of Primary Public Approach And Entrance: No person shall call upon the occupants of any residence for the purpose of soliciting or canvassing, or for the purpose of making an appointment to solicit or canvass, other than by way of the primary public approach and primary public entrance to the residence. For purposes of this subsection, the "primary public entrance" shall be the exterior door which is located at the front of the residence, facing the public street, and the "primary public approach" shall be the walkway leading from the public street or sidewalk to the primary public entrance. (Ord. 17-02-04)