§ 156.102  PROCEDURE.
   (A)   Anyone wishing to operate a transient business must first obtain a business license application from the Murray Planning Department. No person shall operate a transient business in the city without an issued license, including, but not limited to, vendors of mobile food vending units, who shall obtain all applicable permits in accordance with § 115.06.
   (B)   The business license application will be reviewed by the Murray Planning Department to ensure zoning compliance. If all requirements in § 156.103 are met, the Murray Planning Department will issue a Transient Business Permit to the applicant.
   (C)   If during the time the permit is in effect, the transient business fails to maintain the required conditions pursuant to § 156.103, the city may revoke the permit and the transient business activity shall be terminated.
   (D)   The decision of the city official concerning revocation of the transient business permit shall be final, unless a written appeal by the applicant is filed with the Murray Board of Zoning Adjustments within 30 days of the applicant’s receipt of the notice to revoke the permit.
   (E)   Each location shall only maintain one business. Permits are non-transferable.
   (F)   It shall be the duty of the Chief of Police and the Police Department and/or the Code Enforcement Officer, to see that any person, firm, corporation, partnership, or other entity which engages in, does or transacts any temporary or transient business in the city has the license required and shall cause a citation to be issued for any person not having an appropriate license.
   (G)   Mobile food vendors shall operate within the guidelines established by the pilot program policy, Chapter 115, specifically § 115.06.
(Ord. 2008-1458, passed 2-28-08; Am. Ord. 2012-1580, passed 6-28-12; Am. Ord. 2019-1779, passed 6-27-19)