Any person may apply for an identification card to act as a charitable solicitor by filing with the Town Clerk a sworn written application on forms to be furnished by the town, which gives the following information:
   (A)   Name and description of the applicant (height, hair color, sex, race and any other identifying features) and date of birth of the applicant;
   (B)   Permanent home address and full local address of the applicant;
   (C)   The length of time, not to exceed one year; for which the card is desired to be effective;
   (D)   Written evidence from the charitable organization which the applicant represents, showing that the applicant has been engaged by the charitable organization for the purpose of solicitation;
   (E)   Name and address of the charitable organization which the applicant represents;
   (F)   Evidence that the charitable organization represented by the applicant is registered with the state pursuant to F.S. Ch. 496 and hold a sales tax exemption certificate from the state;
   (G)   The length of time for which the right to solicit on behalf of the charitable organization is desired;
   (H)   A statement as to whether or not the applicant has been convicted of any crime, misdemeanor or violation of any county municipal ordinance involving moral turpitude;
    (I)   If a vehicle is to be used, a description of the same, together with license number or other means of identification; and
   (J)   A complete set of fingerprints taken by an authorized law enforcement agency.
(Ord. 2009-03, passed 7-28-2009)  Penalty, see § 10.99