City of Franklin, NH
Merrimack County
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[HISTORY: Adopted by the City Council of the City of Franklin as indicated in article histories. Amendments noted where applicable.]
GENERAL REFERENCES
Licenses and permits — See Ch. 199.
Sales — See Ch. 241.
[Adopted 5-5-1986 as Title One, Ch. XX of the 1986 Code]
Except as provided herein, no person or organization shall engage in solicitations or sales of any items or services on municipally owned property within the City of Franklin.
Permits may be obtained from the licensing board for solicitations and sales in designated areas within the city's parks or other land dedicated to recreational uses within the City of Franklin. Such application shall be upon such forms as the licensing board may deem appropriate. Concessions, sales and solicitations may also be allowed upon property devoted to the Franklin School Department upon such terms and conditions as may be allowed by the Franklin School Board. No permit shall be necessary from the licensing board for such activities as may be approved by the Franklin School Board.
[Adopted 5-5-1986 as Title Four, Ch. XXI of the 1986 Code]
All hawkers and peddlers, as defined in RSA 320:1, as amended, shall, before doing business or soliciting or offering for sale or offering to or performing personal services for household repairs or improvements, register with the Chief of Police or his or her authorized representative and shall produce for inspection his or her hawker's and peddler's license issued by the Secretary of State.
All salespersons or hawkers and peddlers engaging in the solicitation of money or other valuable thing in the sale of articles for bona fide religious, benevolent and philanthropic purposes shall, before engaging in said activity, produce for inspection a copy of the certificate of authority issued by the Director of the Division of Welfare to the Chief of Police or his or her authorized representative. Any local nonprofit organization wishing to solicit shall only be required to register in advance with the Chief of Police.
Permission for solicitation shall be granted by the Chief of Police or his or her authorized representative for such period or periods of time as the Chief deems fit, and such permission may be revoked for just cause by the Chief of Police or his or her authorized representative.