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(a) No person who is a sex offender as defined in Ohio Revised Code ("R.C.") §2950.01(B)(1) or a child-victim offender as defined in R.C. §2950.01(D) shall be granted a permit under this Chapter for any activity to be conducted Door-to-Door.
(b) No person who has been convicted of a felony crime, a misdemeanor theft offense, or a misdemeanor involving misconduct with a minor shall be granted a permit under this Chapter for any activity to be conducted Door-to-Door.
(c) No person who is known to lack a permit or license issued by another public authority that is legally necessary to engage in the activity proposed in the application shall be granted a permit under this Chapter until the required permits have been obtained and copies submitted to the Chief of Police.
(d) No person under the age of eighteen (18) years shall be granted a permit under this Chapter unless separate written consent of a custodial parent is provided to the Chief of Police.
(e) The Director of Public Service may designate locations or zones in public grounds or rights-of-way where Itinerant Sales from a stationary motor vehicle (including a food truck), trailer, tent or other mobile vending cart or device will not be permitted, and no person shall be issued a permit to conduct Itinerant Sales at any locations so designated.
(f) Any permit that is erroneously issued, transferred in violation of this Chapter, or subsequently found to have been procured through false statements in the application or other falsification shall be revoked by the Chief of Police. If a permittee becomes disqualified to hold a permit under subsections (a), (b) or (c) above while the permit is valid, or is found to have been unqualified to hold a permit when the permit was issued, the permit shall be revoked. Notice of any revocation shall be provided by the Chief of Police via certified mail to the pemittee at the address provided in the permittee's application, or by personals service.
(Ord. 2018-67. Passed 5-21-18.)