§ 53.

APPLICATION AND FEE FOR PERMIT

An application for any permit allowed pursuant to Section 52 of this Chapter shall be made by any person who has in his possession or under this control, a wild and potentially dangerous animal, to the Director Health Care Services, hereinafter referred to as the Director, in writing and upon a form furnished by the Director or his designated representative. Said application shall be verified by the person who desires to have, keep, maintain, or have in his possession, or under his control, in the City and County, the animal for which a permit is allowed, and shall set forth the following:

a.

Name, address, and telephone number of the applicant;

b.

The applicant’s interest in such wild and potentially dangerous animal;

c.

The proposed location, and the name, address, and telephone number of the owner of such location, and of the lessee, if any;

d.

The general description as well as the date of birth and/or age of the wild and potentially dangerous animal for which the permit is sought;

e.

Any information known to the applicant concerning vicious or dangerous propensities of such wild and potentially dangerous animal;

f.

The housing arrangements for such wild and potentially dangerous animal with particular details as to safety of structure, locks, fencing, and other satisfactory devices which shows a compliance with Section 54;

g.

Noises or odors anticipated in keeping of such wild and potentially dangerous animals;

h.

Prior history of incidents affecting the public health or safety involving said wild and potentially dangerous animal;

i.

Any additional information required by the Director at the time of filing such application or thereafter; and

j.

Upon issuance of the permit for which application has been made, the applicant shall pay a fee of $75 to the Tax Collector.

History

(Added by Ord. 81-78, App. 2/10/78)

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