(A)   Upon receipt of the completed application for a commercial solicitation permit by the Chief of Police, the Chief of Police shall cause an investigation of the applicants or applicant's agents business and moral character to be made as the Chief may deem necessary for the protection of the public good. This review shall be completed by the Chief of Police within three business days. If the investigation is not completed within that period of time, the applicant may deem the application to be denied and the applicant may appeal the deemed denial similar to an appeal as set forth in § 112.06, herein.
   (B)   If the Chief of Police's review of the application determines that any applicant or agent of the applicant has been convicted of a crime of moral turpitude, any crime of violence which may present a danger to the public, any sex offense crime or drug offense, the application of the right of any agent of the applicant to solicit in the community may be denied. If such application is denied, the Chief of Police shall endorse such denial upon the application and state the reasons for the same and then return the application to the applicant with a copy to the Municipal Manager. The application shall be returned either in person or by ordinary mail directed to the applicant's address as listed on the original application.
(Ord. 2011-02, passed 2-15-11)