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Section 1. Permanently licensed year-round business. A permanently licensed year-round business is: (a) A business which has been open and operating for a minimum of 250 days, 6 hours per day, during the one-year period immediately preceding the application date; or (b) A business which opens and operates in a new structure for which the Certificate of Occupancy was first issued during the one-year period immediately preceding the application date.
Section 2. Temporary Promotional Activity Permit (TPA), Article 17 § 2.111 (d) 3, LDC. Any business operating pursuant to a permanent business license for a continuous period of at least 90 days may obtain one TPA permit for one outside sales area pursuant to Article 17 § 2.111 (d) 3, LDC, and the following conditions: (a) The outside sales area shall be located on the same private property on which the permanently licensed business operates. (b) The outside sales area shall not exceed 500 square feet. (c) Merchandise sold must be identical to that sold inside.
Section 3. Outside activities, Article 17 § 2.111 (c) 8, LDC In accordance with Article 17 § 2.111 (c) 8, LDC, the City Commission may authorize other outside activities which meet the following conditions: (a) The outside activities shall be permitted only in open areas of permanently licensed year-round businesses which front on the following streets: · Main Street and Fairview Avenue from the Atlantic Ocean to Beach Street; · Beach Street from Bay Street to Fairview Avenue; · Ballough Road from Fairview Avenue to Mason Avenue; · Dr. Mary McLeod Bethune Blvd. from Segrave Ave. to Dr. Martin Luther King Boulevard. · Dr. Mary McLeod Bethune Blvd. from Beach St. to Palmetto Ave. · Dr. Martin Luther King Blvd. from Shady Place to George Engram Boulevard (b) The outside activities shall be conducted only in open areas contiguous to and owned by a permanently licensed year-round business, or contiguous to and a part of the permanently licensed year-round business’s year-round leased premises. (c) The outside activities may include: static trade shows· entertainment food courts and itinerant vending, provided the commercial activities operating outside shall be the same as those licensed or regularly conducted by the permanently licensed year-round business operating at that location. (d) Applications for approval of outside activities shall be reviewed and recommendations submitted to the City Commission as follows:
Section 4. Use of Open Spaces in RDB-3 District. In the RDB-3 zoning district only, open spaces not connected to a permanently licensed business may be used for paid temporary parking, or static product display or exhibits only with no retail sales. Admission may be charged for a bike show. Such parking, displays or exhibits must be permitted by the City of Daytona Beach.
Section 5. Charitable activities Charitable or not-for-profit organizations shall operate on private property only as provided in Section 3 above. The organization shall obtain a permit from the City.
Section 6. Amplified Sound. Outside amplified sound must remain at a level that is acceptable to the community standard. This operating level shall be reduced at midnight, lowered further at 1:00 a.m., lowered further at 2:00 a.m., and completely shut down by 2:45 a.m.
Section 7. Fees Master Plan application fees shall be required for the review and approval of applications pursuant to the Land Development Code and Guidelines. Fees shall be submitted in full concurrently with the application for review.
Master Plan application fee: $300 plus 10 cents per square foot of outdoor vending area.
THESE ARE APPROXIMATE COSTS BASED UPON PREVIOUS EVENTS. EXACT FEES TO BE ESTABLISHED BY THE CITY COMMISSION AND ARE SUBJECT TO CHANGE.