Sec. 8-3.09.  Numbering buildings for others: Permits required.
   (a)   Approval: Preference permittees.  No person shall place numbers on buildings or immediately over, upon, adjacent to, in front of, on the curb fronting, or anywhere else on premises not belonging to the person placing such numbers without first having obtained a permit to do so from the Business License Inspector.  Such permit shall contain the approval of the Public Works Director and the Building Official. Preference in the issuance of such permits shall be given to nonprofit organizations which use the proceeds or contributions for the work performed for charitable, educational, civic, or public purposes and have otherwise qualified by law as an organization designed for such purposes.
   (b)   Applications: Form: Term.  Applications for the permits required by the provisions of this section shall show the following:
   (1)   The name and address of the applicant;
   (2)   The names and addresses of all persons who will act as solicitors, employees, or associates of the applicant;
   (3)   A statement of whether or not the applicant proposes to engage in such activity for profit or for charitable or other purposes set forth in subsection (a) of this section; and
   (4)   Such other information as may be reasonably related to the information necessary to issue the permit.
   Permits issued pursuant to the provisions of this section shall be for a period of one year and may be renewed.  No permit fee shall be required where the applicant qualifies as a nonprofit organization for one of the purposes set forth in subsection (a) of this section.  The Council may by resolution limit the number of such permits issued in one year if it finds that the public welfare and safety will be best served by such limitation.
(§ 1, Ord. 181-NS, eff. December 31, 1970)