Prior to the adoption of Ord. 17347 on 06/17/2002, Section 13-311 read as follows.

(a)    No person shall erect, maintain, operate or occupy any temporary business stand in the city without first obtaining a temporary business license.  No sales activities or services offered, other than those outlined in the application for a temporary business   stand license, shall be conducted within the confines of the temporary business   stand.   

(b)    A “temporary business   stand” is any stationary booth, tent, storeroom, street stand, or other temporary place, for the sale of food, confections, toys, jewelry, groceries, dry goods, drinks of all kind, goods, wares, merchandise or services, operated from doorways, building recesses, alleyways, vacant lots, private parking lots, private streets or walkways or any other place near the public streets of the city and which may last for fourteen (14) days and all days must be consecutive in any three-month period at only one location.

(c)        Non-profit charitable, religious, fraternal, civic, and educational institutions are exempt from the             provisions of this division.

(Ord. No. 17023, § 1, 9-17-01)