(A)   All permits issued pursuant to this chapter shall be for a term of one week (seven days) from date of issuance with no solicitation taking place on Sundays.
   (B)   Canvassing and soliciting shall be conducted between the hours of 9:00 a.m. and 5:00 p.m., Monday through Saturday.
   (C)   No canvasser or solicitor shall enter or attempt to enter the house or apartment of any resident of the village without an express invitation from the occupant thereof.
   (D)   No canvasser or solicitor shall conduct himself or herself in a manner as to become objectionable to or annoy any person while canvassing or soliciting.
   (E)   No canvasser or solicitor shall canvass or solicit upon premises where signs so located give adequate notice of the prohibition of those activities.
      (1)   The owner and/or occupant of premises identified in the village may obtain a sign, placard or sticker from the Village Clerk, which may be affixed to a front door, front window or front-facing wall of the premises, and giving notice that canvassing and soliciting is not permitted on the premises.
      (2)   All circulars, samples, merchandise or other printed or electronic media distributed by the canvasser or solicitor shall be handed to an occupant of the property or left in a secure location on the premises.
(1986 Code, § 3-8.9)  (Ord. 09-15, passed 05-26-2009)  Penalty, see § 110.99