Town of West Hartford, CT
Hartford County
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[HISTORY: Adopted by the Town Council of the Town of West Hartford 9-12-1972 (Ch. 6 of the 1972 Code). Amendments noted where applicable.]
Health Planning Board — See Ch. 5, Art. XI.
No person shall manufacture, store or sell food or drink within the Town which is intended for human consumption unless a license shall be obtained for said purpose.
An application for the license required by § 91-1 shall be made to and upon forms provided by the Department of Health.
[Amended 6-28-1994]
For failure to comply with the provisions of the General Statutes of the state pertaining to health or sanitation, the Sanitary Code of the state and the rules and regulations adopted by the Health Planning Board of the Town, the Director of Health may deny an application for a license or may revoke a license required by § 91-1 upon due notice to the licensee and after an adverse finding in a hearing before said Director if a hearing is requested within 48 hours after such notice.
[Amended 6-28-1994]
The Health Planning Board of the Town, subject to the approval of the Town Council by resolution, shall set a schedule of fees for the license required by § 91-1.
No person shall, utilizing any vehicle, sell or offer for sale or solicit orders for the sale of ice cream or other frozen desserts, candy or other confections, soda or soft drinks, peanuts, popcorn, hot dogs or other prepared foods intended to be consumed in the open upon completion of the sale:
Within 500 feet of a public, parochial or private school yard between the hours of 8:00 a.m. and 4:00 p.m. on any day when such school is in session or within 500 feet of a public park or playground between the hours of 9:00 a.m. and 8:30 p.m. on any day when such park or playground is open to the public; or
To any minor of the age of 13 or younger unaccompanied by an adult when said minor is situated or standing in the traveled portion of the highway or when said minor, to the knowledge of said person, has illegally crossed the traveled portion of the highway to such vehicle.
This section shall not apply to the occupants of stores or shops within the Town, charitable bazaars or fairs, nor shall Subsection A(2) operate so as to prevent such person from selling or attempting to effect a sale to said minor when said minor is positioned or standing on that side of the traveled portion of the highway closest to such person's vehicle or from leaving his or her vehicle and walking to the opposite side of the traveled portion of the highway to where said minor is located in order to effect a sale.