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(A) No person shall solicit, sell, hawk, or vend any goods, wares, merchandise, liquids, or edibles for human consumption at any park or recreational facility, owned by the city except as follows:
(1) Regularly-licensed concessionaires of the city;
(2) Persons or organizations who have secured permits therefor from the Director of Public Works, upon such terms and conditions as he may prescribe and subject to the approval of the City Manager;
(3) Sidewalk vendors, stationary sidewalk vendors, and roaming sidewalk vendors who have secured permits from the Department of Finance, upon the terms set forth in Title XI, Chapter 118 of the Eureka Code of Ordinances; or
(a) Sidewalk vendors, stationary sidewalk vendors, and roaming sidewalk vendors who vend food in or at any park or recreational facility owned by the city must do so in accordance with the terms set forth in Title XI, Chapter 118 of the Eureka Code of Ordinances.
(b) Sidewalk vendors, stationary sidewalk vendors, and roaming sidewalk vendors who violate this section are subject to the penalties described in § 118.99.
(B) Any person or group selling goods for profit at any park or recreational facility shall pay a fee to the city equal to 10% of the gross revenue of such enterprise. Notwithstanding the above, non-profit service organizations will not be subject to said fee.
For the purpose of this section, non-profit organizations are defined as those organizations whose primary purpose is to provide a charitable or philanthropic service available to the public, including those organizations which may not have official non-profit status. The waiver of fees shall not apply to organizations that may have non- profit status that promote specialized interests, and shall not apply to organizations that do not provide services to the citizens of the city.
(‘63 Code, § 11-6.06) (Ord. 150-C.S., passed 9-4-70; Am. Ord. 375-C.S., passed 10-19-82; Am. Ord. 421-C.S., passed 2-1-85; Am. Ord. 882-C.S., passed 12-4-18) Penalty, see § 10.99