§ 675.06. Permit: Zones Within the Central Business District  


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  • (a)   In addition to the temporary sidewalk occupancy permits issued under Chapter 508, the Director of Capital Projects is authorized to issue permits to vend in zones in the Central Business District established by the Director in which the holders of the permits may vend on such days, at such times of day, and under the conditions that the Director determines. The zones shall be created by regulation taking into account the following factors:

    (1)   Pedestrian and vehicular traffic patterns, including possible congestion during special events and sporting events;

    (2)   Proximity to special events and sporting events occurring in the Central Business District and at the lakefront;

    (3)   Proximity to retail establishments; and

    (4)   Other factors deemed relevant by the Director of Capital Projects.

    (b)   The application for the permit authorized by division (a) of this section shall be made to the Director of Capital Projects on forms prescribed by the Director. The application shall contain the following:

    (1)   The vendor’s name, address, and vendor’s license number;

    (2)   A description of the vending device, truck, or temporary structure, if any, from which the applicant intends to vend, including its size;

    (3)   The zone or zones for which a permit is sought; and

    (4)   A description of the items to be offered for sale.

    (c)   On receipt of a completed application and an annual permit fee of one hundred twenty-five dollars ($125.00) per zone or a daily permit fee of thirty dollars ($30.00), the Director of Capital Projects shall issue the appropriate permit. An annual permit shall cover the period commencing August 1 and ending July 31 of the following year.

    (d)   The permit shall be kept on the vending device, truck, or structure at all times during the time the vendor is engaged in vending and shall contain the following information:

    (1)   The vendor’s name and address;

    (2)   A statement of the zone or zones in the Central Business District to which the vendor is restricted;

    (3)   A description of the vending device, truck, or temporary structure, if any, from which vending is authorized, including its size; and

    (4)   The permit number and permit expiration date.

    (e)   The Director of Capital Projects may issue rules and regulations to carry out the purposes of this section.

(Ord. No. 210-11. Passed 4-25-11, eff. 4-25-11)