This provision exempts people selling fresh farm products (among other exemptions) from a requirement that mobile peddlers, vendors, and canvassers obtain a permit to operate within the town.
This policy may correspond to diet-related strategies identified by the County Health Rankings’ What Works for Health tool, including:
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Refers to supervision of food sales by health officer to ensure sales are occuring in a healthy environment. See sec. 18-132(a)(6) and (a)(6)(e ) specifically.
States that the health officer should collect notice of when and where food concessionaires will sell food, provide information and assistance, and conduct inspections. Sec. 18-132(a)(6).
Violations of any provision can be a Class I Misdemeanor. Sec. 18-142.
Part II (Code); Chapter 18 (Businesses); Article VI (Peddlers, Vendors and Canvassers). Ordinances: Ord. No. 2-2006, 2-6-06; Ord. of 10-1-12.
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