Vending: Meridian Township issues a license to a person or business for vending and an identification tag to each seller representing the business. Each seller must wear the identification tag in a manner that may easily be seen.
Canvassing/Soliciting: Meridian Township does not issue a license or ID tags to persons or nonprofit organizations that are not required by ordinance to obtain a vendor’s license. However, such persons or organizations are required by the Township’s vendor ordinance (Chapter 64) to “make a license application for purposes of information only.” I will include on the list the names of persons or organizations that do not have to obtain a vendor’s license but have made the required application.
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CURRENT LICENSED VENDORS:
CURRENT SALES OR SOLICITING BY PERSONS OR ORGANIZATIONS NOT REQUIRED TO OBTAIN A VENDOR’S LICENSE:
Kiwanis Club of Haslett – door-to-door referrals – U.S. Flag Holiday Service – contact person, Andrew Such, August 7 – December 31, 2013.
Edward Jones Investments – Kimberly Dale – door-to-door introduction flyer – September 3 – December 31, 2013
State Farm Insurance – representative – Lynda Schnepp – September 6, 2013 – December 31, 2013
L.J.’s Private Chef Service – Larry Javis, door to door introduction pamphlet, October 16, 2013 – December 31, 2013
Citizens for Alternatives to Chemical Contamination – door-to-door donations, Joseph Badura, October 25, 2013 – January 31, 2013.
FOTO – (Pediatric Cancer Fund) students accepting donations at the following local businesses:
Bottom’s Up, Christine Tenaglia’s Office, 7-Eleven, Sansu, Kelly’s Consignments, Playmakers, Red Cedar Animal Hospital, Wendy’s – November 8-10, 2013