(a) The term "city administrator," as used herein, refers to the city administrator, or the designated agent of the administrator.
(b) It shall be unlawful for any person within the city to engage in or carry on any garage sale, porch sale, patio sale, yard sale or any similar type of sale unless that person first obtains from the city administrator a permit to do so. No permit shall be issued for a period in excess of three (3) calendar days. No permit shall be issued until the applicant therefore shall sign a statement that such sale shall be of personal property owned by such person, that such property was not purchased for the purpose of resale, and that any similar sale has not been held by that person or at the address proposed for the sale (unless there has been a change in the ownership or rental occupancy of the residential structure at such address) during the previous six-month period of time.
(Code 1976, § 19-9; Ord. No. 43-00, § 1, 8-15-00)
Sec. 13-3. - False statements when obtaining garage sale permits.
It shall be unlawful for any person to provide a false statement as part of the process of obtaining a garage sale permit pursuant to the provisions of section 13-2 of this Code of Ordinances. Any person determined to have violated the provisions of this section shall be deemed guilty of a misdemeanor and shall be subject to punishment as set forth in section 1-9 of this Code of Ordinances.
(Ord. No. 43-00, § 2, 8-15-00)