3-11-3: ISSUANCE OF LICENSE AND REGULATION OF ACTIVITIES 1 :
   A.   Any person who desires to engage in or conduct business in an off site location shall make application to and receive a license from the city clerk prior to engaging in or conducting business.
   B.   Applicants for said license shall file a complete application for said license with the city clerk not less than seventy two (72) hours prior to the date said person desires to engage in or conduct business. The application shall be furnished by the city clerk and shall contain, but not necessarily be limited to, the following information:
      1.   Name and description of the applicant; if the applicant is an association company or corporation, then it shall submit a separate application for each person who will be soliciting in the city and each shall receive and maintain a separate license.
      2.   Address both legal and local.
      3.   A brief description of the nature of business and the goods to be sold and in the case of products of farm or orchard, whether produced or grown by the applicant.
      4.   If employed, the name and address of the employer, together with credentials establishing the exact relationship between the employer and the applicant.
      5.   The date or dates for which the license is requested.
      6.   If a vehicle is to be used, a description of the same, together with license number or other means of identification.
      7.   Has a permit or license to the applicant been revoked during the past five (5) years, and if so, where and when.
      8.   Proposed method of operation.
      9.   Social security and/or driver's license of applicant.
      10.   A statement as to whether or not the applicant has been convicted of any crime, misdemeanor or violation of any municipal laws, the nature of the offense and the date, and the punishment or penalty assessed therefor.
      11.   The place where the goods or property proposed to be sold, or orders taken for the sale thereof, are manufactured or produced, where such goods or products are located at the time said application is filed, and the proposed method of delivery.
      12.   A one inch by one inch (1" x 1") photograph of the applicant, showing the head and shoulders of the applicant in a clear and distinguishable manner.
      13.   When the applicant proposes to peddle any food or product for human consumption, a certification by the central health district shall be required prior to issuance of a license.
      14.   License fee.
      15.   Property description of each location of proposed off site location and written and notarized permission of the owner or owners of said real property for the applicant to engage in or conduct business thereon. Should any question exist as to the owner of said real property, it shall be the duty of the applicant, as part of the application, to satisfactorily establish same.
      16.   State sales tax number and federal tax number.
      17.   A photograph of any wagon, booth, stand, trailer or other stall which the applicant uses or will use to conduct off site sales from.
      18.   Evidence of a valid electrical inspection for any stall, booth, wagon or similar conveyance or structure.
   C.   The license fee shall be paid in advance at the time of filing the application and the fee for said license shall be as follows:
      1.   Daily license fee shall be seventy five dollars ($75.00) per day or any portion thereof.
      2.   Annual license fee shall be one hundred fifty dollars ($150.00) and said license shall be valid for one year from date of issuance.
   D.   A separate license shall be obtained by each person conducting or employed in such business, except that any person who owns and engages in the sale of foodstuffs or garden products from a stall, booth, wagon, motor vehicle or similar conveyance and said license shall be valid for any and all employees thereof at the off site location for which said license is issued.
   E.   Each person shall display the license issued hereunder on his or her person at all times while engaged in or conducting said business activity and the same shall be displayed in a clearly visible manner.
   F.   No trailer, wagon, stand, booth or motor vehicle or any other type of conveyance may be used for off site location sales unless it meets the following criteria:
      1.   No unpainted aluminum siding.
      2.   Adequate garbage cans.
      3.   Skirting around entire perimeter.
      4.   All signs and lights thereon must conform to zoning ordinance requirements presently in effect or hereafter amended or adopted.
   G.   The license shall list the parcels of real property upon which the permittee may conduct off site location activities pursuant to this chapter. It shall be unlawful for any persons to engage in or conduct business at any off site location not listed on said license. (Ord. 726, 4-5-1994)

 

Notes

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1. Any person presently engaged in or conducting business at an off site location shall have until five o'clock (5:00) P.M. on May 1, 1994, to obtain the license as herein required.