It shall be unlawful for any person to engage or attempt to engage in solicitation, other than exempt activities, in the village without having first obtained a license from the Chief of Police. On an application form provided by the Chief of Police, the solicitor shall provide his or her identification, including name, address, phone number and driver’s license number; the name of the solicitor’s employer, the nature of the products or services involved in the solicitation, the name of the manufacturers of such products or of the organization which the solicitor is representing and the proposed method of operation in the village, and the transaction control number (TCN) obtained by the applicant as set forth in § 119.05. No person shall make any false statement upon any application. The act of signing an application shall constitute consent to a criminal background check by the Chief of Police.
(Prior Code, § 115.044)  (Ord. 88-014, passed - -; Ord. 2000-24, passed 7-3-2000; Ord. 15-021, passed 7-20-2015)  Penalty, see § 119.99