Any person desiring to engage in business as a temporary business within the limits of the township shall make and file with the township clerk, a written application for a license to engage in business as a temporary business. The application shall:
Be signed by and sworn to by the applicant and shall state his full name, his physical description, his local and permanent residential addresses.
Contain a sworn statement by the applicant to adhere to all zoning requirements in regard to setback areas on the roads involved, and acknowledge a limitation of one sign, not to exceed 35 square feet, and that the sign will be no closer to the roadway than the established right-of-way line for the period of time that the license is issued.
List the names of the last three cities in which the applicant has worked and shall further state the nature of the business proposed to be conducted.
State the name and address of the owner of such business.
At the time of filing an application for a license under this article, the applicant shall furnish the township with two photographs of himself.
Application for a license under this article must be filed with the township clerk 14 consecutive days prior to the start of any such sale.
The applicant is to provide written permission of the property owner or lessee of the property which shall be submitted when the application is filed.
(Code 1986, § 3-04.04.03)