[HISTORY: Adopted by the Board of Supervisors of the Township of Lower Providence 12-18-2003 by Ord. No. 503. Amendments noted where applicable.]
Peddling and soliciting — See Ch. 108.
Every street/corner temporary vendor engaged in the selling of goods, wares or things of value for profit must submit a deminimis land development plan with applicable review fees and proof of registration with Methacton School District for occupation privilege tax (OPT) and Berkheimer for earned income tax (EIT). The deminimis land development plan must comply with § 123-14, Minor subdivision plan submission requirements, for review by the Township Manager, Director of Planning and the Director of Code Enforcement. Every street/corner temporary vendor engaged in the selling of goods, wares or things of value must receive a permit from Director of Code Enforcement prior to selling of goods, wares or things of value. The permit must be conspicuously displayed.
The approval for a temporary vendor engaged in the selling of goods, wares or things of value is valid for not more than 60 days from the approval date by the Director of Code Enforcement.
The Board of Supervisors of Lower Providence Township shall be empowered to make and provide such rules and regulations from time to time as may be necessary to supervise any such street/corner temporary vendor concerning the manner in which such person may engage in the selling of goods, wares or things of value, the information required to obtain a license, the cost of such license fee and any other proper and necessary regulation to protect the health, safety, welfare and morals of the citizens of Lower Providence Township.
Any such street/corner temporary vendor who engages in the selling, soliciting or canvassing of goods aforesaid without first having obtained approval from the Township Manager of said township or without having complied with the rules and regulations prescribed by the Township Supervisors shall, upon conviction in a summary proceeding, be subject to a fine of not more than $1,000, plus costs of prosecution; provided, however, that each day's violation of any of the provisions of this chapter shall constitute a separate offense.