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Chapter 04.04
Section 04.04.030
 

Title 04 Administrative Agencies and Procedures

Chapter 04.04 Special Administrative Procedures – Licensing

Section 04.04.030 Application Procedure
  1. In addition to the further requirements of this chapter for the particular license, an applicant for a license must:

    1. tender the license fee; and

    2. make written application on forms supplied by the license officer, furnishing:

      1. the name(s) under which the activity is to be conducted;

      2. the address or location(s) where the activity is to be conducted;

      3. the details concerning any required bond or insurance, and such license, certification, registration or other approval by other government agencies;

      4. the name and address of a responsible agent resident in Spokane County upon whom service or notice or process can be made, in the event the licensee is not a resident of Spokane County; and

      5. such other information as may be required by rule or regulation.
         
  2. An applicant for a class II or class III license, except for keeping animals, relating to weights and measures, building moving and relocation, contracting, mechanical newspaper vending, and operating utilities, including cable television, may be required to furnish the criminal history of each principal, officer, or other person dealing with the public in the conduct of the activity. The license officer may adopt rules specifying the requirement of this subsection for the various licenses.
     
  3. An applicant for a class III license which involves the use of motor vehicles may be required to establish compliance with state licensing, registration and inspection requirements and to submit to City examination, inspection, identification and registration requirements as provided in this code or by regulation of the license officer.
     
  4. An applicant for a renewal of a license or for a supplemental license to authorize further or different activities makes application in the same manner as for the original license.
     
  5. An applicant for a duplicate license must state in writing that the original license is in effect and has been lost, destroyed or materially defaced and must surrender the original license if in his possession.

Date Passed: Monday, March 26, 2007

Effective Date: Sunday, May 6, 2007

ORD C33995 Section 1