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(A) Any person who desires to obtain a license as a mobile food truck in the city shall file a written license application with the City Clerk. The license application shall include: the applicant’s name, date of birth and last four of social security number; residence address of the principal (and, if the applicant is a corporation, the residence address of each of its officers); applicant’s phone number; the places where the applicant has resided for the preceding year; the applicant’s occupation and employment during the preceding year; the locations at which the applicant intends to do business; a copy of the applicant’s certificate of registration under the Retailers’ Occupation Tax Act; a copy of the applicant’s Vermilion County Health Department food permit; a complete inventory of the goods the applicant intends to offer for sale; the number, description and license plate numbers of any vehicles the applicant intends to use in the course of his business in the city; a list of the persons employed or to be employed by the applicant in the city; and a list of all licenses to conduct business as a mobile food truck vendor obtained by the applicant in this state in the 12 months preceding the date of filing of the application. The applicant shall submit, along with the application, proof of insurance as to each vehicle which may be used. The City Clerk shall forward the application to the police department for investigation and approval.
(B) The applicant shall pay a license application fee of $600 per year or part thereof specified in the application, which fee shall be nonrefundable. Any license issued to the applicant shall expire on April 30 following its date of issuance. Proof of liability insurance which names the City of Danville as additional insured in the amount of $1,000,000 is required, if applicable.
(C) The chief of police or the designee shall investigate the application and approve the application upon being satisfied that the information so disclosed is true and correct and that the applicant is not a prohibited person under § 115.08 or otherwise prohibited from obtaining a license under § 115.10. If all such reguirements have been met, the chief of police or the designee shall so inform the city clerk, who shall forward the application to the Mayor and Grants and Planning Manager or the designee. With their approval the city clerk shall then issue a license.
(D) The license so issued shall state: the name of the licensee; the type of business, along with a description of the merchandise, wares or goods offered for sale; the number and description of any vehicles, trailers or other means of transportation to be used; and the dates through which the license is valid.
(Ord. 9276, passed 8-4-20; Am. Ord. 9281, passed 9-1-20)