3-1-6: FEES:
   A.   In the absence of provision to the contrary, all fees and charges for licenses or permits shall be paid in the amounts prescribed in the following schedule. When an applicant has not engaged in the business or activity until after the expiration of part of the current license year, the license fee shall be prorated by quarters and the fee paid for each quarter or fraction thereof during which the business or activity has been or will be conducted. Except as otherwise provided, all license and permit fees shall become a part of the corporate fund. In no event shall any rebate or refund be made of any license or permit fee, or part thereof, by reason of death or departure of the licensee or permittee; nor shall any rebate or refund be made by reason of nonuse of the license or discontinuance of the operation or conduct of the licensed establishment, business, or activity. (Ord. 94-13, 6-6-1994)
   B.   Licenses shall be required for the following businesses, activities and uses. Annual fees shall be as follows:
 
Ambulances
$  55.00
Animal kennel
55.00
Arborist
55.00
Athletic contests
55.00
Auction houses (inside sales only)
600.00
Auctioneers
55.00
Bakeries
55.00
Banks
55.00
Barbershops
55.00
Bed and breakfast establishments
55.00
Bowling alleys
55.00
Breweries
55.00
Chemical and paint stores
55.00
Coal and lumber yards
55.00
Coffeehouses
55.00
Confectionery stores
55.00
Convention hall
55.00
Delicatessens
55.00
Detective agencies
55.00
Driving schools
55.00
Dry cleaning establishments
55.00
Electrical contractors
55.00
Electrical equipment sales
55.00
Explosive storage
100.00
Exterminators
55.00
Filling stations
55.00
     Per gas hose
10.00
Fish markets
55.00
Florists
55.00
Food, novelty and gum vending machines
30.00
Foundries
55.00
Fruit and vegetable stands
55.00
Garages (public)
55.00
Grocery stores:
     Up to 2,000 square feet
55.00
     For each 1,000 square feet over 2,000 square feet
20.00
Hardware and paint stores
55.00
Heating, air conditioning and refrigeration contractors
55.00
Horseracing
55.00
Hospitals:
     Not exceeding 50 beds
55.00
     Exceeding 50 beds
100.00
Hotels, motels
55.00
Ice cream stores or parlors
55.00
Itinerant merchants (per day)
100.00
Junk dealers
55.00
Laundries
55.00
Laundromats
55.00
Lumberyards
55.00
Machine shops
55.00
Marinas
55.00
Mason contractors
55.00
Meat markets
55.00
Motor vehicle wrecking and repair establishments
55.00
Nursing homes and homes for the aged:
     Less than 50 beds
55.00
     Exceeding 50 beds
100.00
Open air sales
55.00
Open air sales at village special events
30.00
Open air sales at village special events with electricity
40.00
Paint factories
100.00
Parking garages
55.00
Pawnbrokers
55.00
Public amusements:
     Amusement park
100.00
     Auctions (per day) unless conducted inside at licensed auction house by licensed auctioneer
55.00
     Auto show (per day)
55.00
     Billiard and pool halls:
        5 tables or less
150.00
        For each table over 5
30.00
   Carnivals (per day)
55.00
   Circus or sideshow (per day)
100.00
   Concert, musical entertainment under canvas (per day)
100.00
   Fireworks (per day)
100.00
   Rodeo (per day)
100.00
   Theater:
        Indoor
55.00
        Outdoor or drive-in
100.00
Restaurants:
     Drive-in or seating capacity less than 50
55.00
     Seating capacity 51 - 100
85.00
     Seating capacity 101 and over
110.00
Secondhand dealers
55.00
Solid fuel and fuel oil dealers
55.00
Taxicabs
60.00
Temporary food vendors (per event)
100.00
Temporary food vendors (seasonal)
200.00
Tobacco dealers and cigarette machines
35.00
Trailer coach parks:
     Up to 10 units
100.00
     For each unit in excess of 10
25.00
Tree experts
55.00
Video gaming facility (per terminal)
25.00
 
(Ord. 2010-09, 4-13-2010; amd. Ord. 2012-14, 6-12-2012; Ord. 2014-09, 5-13-2014)