[HISTORY: Adopted by the Town Council of the Town of Braintree 6-15-2010 by Ord. No. 10-012 (former Ch. 5.44 of the Town Bylaws, which derived from prior code Ch. 104). Amendments noted where applicable.]
Yard sales, garage sales and/or other similar sales are permitted in a residentially zoned district only if duly permitted on application to the Board of License Commissioners.
Editor's Note: Amended at time of adoption of Code (see Ch. 1.10, Adoption of Code).
The following regulations will control such permits:
No more than two sales may be held within a calendar year unless the sale is solely for the benefit of a religious, educational, charitable or other nonprofit organization.
No permit may be issued for more than two consecutive days.
Permits may be granted only to the occupant of the premises where the sale is to be located, and the sale is limited to goods owned by the occupant of the premises, except where the sale is solely for the benefit of groups or organizations exempted in Subsection A of this section, in which case a permit may be issued to such group or organization in care of the property owner where the sale is to take place.
The fee for such sales will be set by the Board of License Commissioners.
This chapter will be enforced by the Braintree Police Department through the Board of License Commissioners.