General. It shall be illegal for a peddler or solicitor to remain in one location for any period longer than is actually necessary for the conduct of said business licensed hereunder. It shall be illegal for a transient merchant to remain in business at any one location that exceeds five calendar days.
Prohibited sign posted by owner or occupant. A peddler, solicitor or transient merchant shall not enter upon private property for the purpose of peddling or soliciting where there is any sign on display to the public view prohibiting such activity.
Restricted and prohibited locations.
No peddler, solicitor or transient merchant shall conduct his or her business in any congested place or area when or where such activity may impede, endanger or inconvenience the public or add to the congestion of such place or area. For the purposes of this section, the judgment of the Code Enforcement Officer or law enforcement agency, exercised in good faith, shall be deemed conclusive as to the existence of congestion and as to whether the public is impeded, endangered or inconvenienced.
No peddler, solicitor or transient merchant shall occupy/utilize any part of a local, state and/or federal highway. For so long as the same is governed and regulated by state law, violation hereof shall be punishable in accordance with § 1157(c) and Article 45 of the Vehicle and Traffic Law of NYS.
No peddler, solicitor or transient merchant shall conduct his or her business within a lot of record on which there exists an apartment complex, cottage housing development, manufactured housing community, mixed use development, planned unit development, shopping complex or similar type of development without the written permission of the owner of such lot.
No transient merchant shall conduct his or her business from any property which is not located within the Commercial and/or Light Industrial Zoning Districts, which such districts are prescribed in Chapter 350, Zoning.