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(a) Application for a permit to solicit shall be made to the chief of police at least ten business days prior to the time of the proposed effective date of the permit; provided, however, that the chief of police, for good cause shown, may allow the filing of an application less than ten business days before such date. The application shall contain the following information or, in lieu thereof, a detailed statement of the reason why such information cannot be furnished:
(1) The name and address or headquarters of the person applying for the permit, and of the organization on whose behalf the solicitation is conducted;
(2) If the applicant is not an individual, the names and addresses of the applicant's principal officers and managers and a copy of the resolution, if any, authorizing such solicitation;
(3) The purpose for which the solicitation is to be made;
(4) The names, addresses and phone numbers of the persons who will be in direct charge of conducting the solicitation;
(5) The time when such solicitation shall be made, giving the preferred dates for the beginning and ending of such solicitation;
(6) A copy of the Franchise Tax Board determination exempting the organization from tax under California Revenue and Taxation Code Section 23701, or a statement indicating that the organization does not have tax-exempt status;
(7) A statement indicating whether any of the solicitors are salaried or commissioned.
(b) If, while any application is pending or during the term of any permit granted thereon, there is any change in fact, policy, or method that would alter the information given in the application, the applicant shall notify the chief of police in writing thereof within twenty-four hours after such change.
(Ord. 3368 § 2 (part), 1982)