Each application for a permit to place displays of fruits and vegetables or nonfood merchandise adjacent to a business establishment and each application to amend a permit previously issued hereunder shall state the name and address of the applicant and business nature of the establishment, a physical description of the sidewalk and of the portion of the sidewalk proposed to be occupied, the general category of items to be displayed, and a description of the display stand, including size and building materials used or to be used.
The Department of Public Works shall provide a form entitled “Notice of Intent to Display Merchandise” to each applicant. It shall include the applicant’s name, a brief description of the merchandise to be displayed and the proposed display stand configuration. It shall also include the following provision: “A public hearing by the Director of Public Works on the issuance of the permit will be held only if written objections are submitted to the Director of Public Works within 10 calendar days of the date the Notice of Intent to Display Merchandise was posted.” The Notice of Intent shall be posted in a conspicuous location in a window or other readily visible location on the frontage of the applicant’s business establishment for 10 calendar days. It shall be clearly visible from the public sidewalk, alley, or street and not obstructed by awnings, landscaping or other impediments to visibility.
(Added by Ord. 523-83, App. 11/4/83; amended by Ord. 372-93, App. 11/23/93)