This provision is part of a law that sets up a permitting process for special events that could require temporary closure of city streets. The provision authorizes and directs the Board of Public Works to require that applicants for Special Events Permits to hold a certified farmers' market on city property or on city streets to provide proof of Electronic Benefit Transfer (EBT) Cards acceptance by providing a Food and Nutrition Service (FNS) Number issued by the United States Department of Agriculture.
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Requires that farmers' markets applying for a special events permit show that they can Electronic Benefit Transfer (EBT) cards used by participants in federal nutrition programs such as SNAP and WIC. § 41.20(j).
See reference to acceptance of Electronic Benefit Transfer (EBT) cards. § 41.20(j).
§ 41.20.1 (a)
Law authorizes and directs the Board ito require applicants for Special Events Permits to hold a Certified Farmers' Market provide proof that the market will accept EBT cards by providing a Food and Nutrition Service (FNS) Number issued by the USDA. § 41.20(j). General implementation provisions relating to special event permits are provided throughout §41.20.
The Director of the Bureau of Street Services has the authority to revoke a Special Events Permit for any violation of the terms and conditions of the permit. §41.20 (a).
Section 41.20 is located in Chapter IV (Public Welfare), Article 1 (disorderly Conduct Places and Publications). History: added by Ord. No. 184,719, Eff. 3/6/17.