The applicant for any show, exhibition or concession mentioned in Section 1015 of this Article shall, before beginning operations, obtain a permit from the Entertainment Commission to so operate, which permit may be revoked at any time by the Entertainment Commission. Without such a permit from the Entertainment Commission, the Tax Collector shall not issue a license to conduct any itinerant show, exhibition or concession enumerated in Sections 1015 and 1018 of this Article. If the permit is revoked, the license issued thereon shall immediately terminate and expire.
The application for an itinerant show shall be filed in sufficient time to allow the Entertainment Commission to notice and fix the time and place for a public hearing on the application. Not less than 10 days before such hearing, the Entertainment Commission shall cause a notice of such hearing to be posted in one or more conspicuous place(s) on or about the property where the itinerant show is to be operated, in a fashion designed to inform the public of the application. Failure to apply in sufficient time for a noticed hearing to be held may be cause for the Entertainment Commission to deny issuance of a permit.
(Amended by Ord. 581-81, App. 12/10/81; Ord. 164-02, File No. 020783, App. 7/26/2002)