City of Shrewsbury, MO
St. Louis County
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Section 645.010 Taxes To Be Paid.

[CC 1976 §680.010; Ord. No. 460 §§1—2, 12-12-1944]
A. 
No license or permit provided for or required under any ordinance of the City shall hereafter be issued by any officer thereof to any person, firm, association or corporation until all personal property taxes, merchants taxes, license fees, permit fees and inspection fees which are delinquent and due and owing to the City for the Calendar years 1942, 1943 and 1944 shall have first been paid by the applicant for such license or permit, and as to future years no license or permit shall be issued for such future years until the delinquent taxes and delinquent fees for each succeeding year shall have first been paid, together with such delinquent taxes and delinquent fees for the years 1942, 1943, and 1944 and receipts for all such taxes and fees exhibited to the officer or department issuing such license or permit.
B. 
Any person, firm, association or corporation desiring to obtain any license or any permit provided for or required under any ordinance of the City shall first pay all personal property taxes, merchants taxes, license fees, permit fees and inspection fees as are then delinquent for each future calendar year, together with all such delinquent taxes and delinquent fees for the calendar years 1942, 1943 and 1944 and exhibit said receipts therefor, as provided in Subsection (A), before any such person, firm, association or corporation shall be entitled to the license or permit.

Section 645.020 Dog and Bicycle Licenses — Exempt.

[CC 1976 §680.020; Ord. No. 460 §3, 12-12-1944]
Dog licenses and bicycle licenses are hereby exempt from the provisions of this Chapter, and, as to such, the provisions hereof shall not apply.

Section 645.030 Duty of City Clerk.

[CC 1976 §680.030; Ord. No. 1689 §1, 4-14-1987]
It shall be the duty of the City Clerk to establish and promulgate rules and regulations relative to an orderly method of checking unpaid personal property taxes and merchants' taxes, unpaid license fees, unpaid permit fees and unpaid inspection fees in order to determine the amounts due and owing to the City by any applicant. All officers and departments of the City shall cooperate with the City Clerk in carrying out the purpose of this Chapter.

Section 645.040 Violation and Penalty.

[CC 1976 §680.040; Ord. No. 460 §6, 12-12-1944]
Any person who shall violate any provision of this Chapter shall, upon conviction, be fined not less than five dollars ($5.00) nor more than one hundred dollars ($100.00) for such violation.