This provision exempts certain persons from having to pay a fee to act as a transient retail merchant (but still requires them to obtain authorization). Exempted categories include persons making and selling certain homemade foods and goods when proceeds are donated to charitable causes, and farmers selling their own products grown, raised, or processed on their farms.
See references to "donation," "charitable" and "philanthropic." § 141-3.
See reference to farmers selling own "produce" (fruits and vegetables). §141-3(1).
This provision creates a license fee exemption farmers selling products that they have grown, raised, or processed on their own agricultural property. § 141-3(A)(1)).
Various application review responsibilities are assigned to the Chief of Police or his or her delegate. § 141-5.
Penalties/consequences include: revocation of authorization, fines and imprisonment. § § 141-8, -9.
Section 141-3 is located in Part II General Legislation, Chapter 141: Peddling and Soliciting. History: adopted by the Borough Council of the Borough of Greencastle 8-7-1933 by Ord. No. 2-33; amended in its entirety 7-1-1985 (Ch. 13, Part 1, of the 1985 Code); amended 3-2-2015 by Ord. No. 2015-02.
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