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(A) Vending unit licenses shall be annual from January 1 to December 31.
(B) Licensed vending units may be operated from 8:00 a.m. to 8:00 p.m. Sunday through Saturday, including holidays.
(C) An applicant for a vending unit license for a mobile vending unit shall supply the name and address of the commissary where the vending unit will be cleaned and serviced, and if such vending unit is not stored at the commissary, the name and address of the place where such vending unit will be stored when not in use. The Department of Health must approve of such locations.
(D) Prior to the issuance of a vending unit license, the applicant shall comply with any and all requirements or regulations maintained by the Kane County Health Department relating to food handling and the operation of a vending unit, which may include a consultation to review the proposed business practices, the vending unit and other equipment to be used, and food safety operations.
(E) Mobile vending units shall operate from a commissary and shall report at least daily to such location for all supplies and for all cleaning and servicing operations.
(F) Pushcarts shall be prohibited.
(G) Before a vending unit license is issued, a vending unit owner must provide a certificate of insurance evidencing the vending unit owner has obtained a commercial general liability insurance policy for liability arising in any way from the issuance of the vending unit license or activities conducted pursuant to the vending unit license with limits of not less than $1,000,000 per occurrence, combined single limit, for bodily injury and property damage. The certificate shall name the Village of East Dundee as an additional insured. If a vending unit license is issued, the licensee shall maintain the insurance described herein in full force and effect for the duration of the license period, Certificates shall contain an agreement signed by the insurance company that prior to modification, cancellation or termination of the subject policy, written notice shall be sent to the Village Clerk by said insurance company.
(H) No person shall be employed as a vending unit operator without a valid driver's license.
(I) No vending unit license shall be issued to any person, or to any entity employing any person as a vending unit operator, who has been convicted of the commission of a felony under the laws of the State of Illinois or any other state or federal law of the United States, within the previous five years or convicted at any time of a crime requiring registration on any sex offender list or database or a felony involving drugs, the use of a firearm in the commission of an offense, or any violent felony; nor to any person who has been convicted of a violation of any of the provisions of this chapter, nor to any person whose vending unit license issued hereunder has previously been revoked as herein provided.
(J) The Village President, Police Chief of the East Dundee Police Department or Village Administrator may from time to time reasonably restrict the locations within the municipal limits of the Village of East Dundee in which vending units may be operated in order to promote the public safety. Any vending unit operator failing to comply with the direction of a duly authorized village official regarding the vending unit's location of operation may be subject to suspension and revocation as provided herein.
(Ord. 17-10, passed 2-13-2017)