No person shall operate as a common victualer in the City of Malden without having obtained a license therefor from the Licensing Board. Common victualers licenses shall be granted for the calender year, renewable annually on or before January 1 upon such st terms and conditions as the Licensing Board may deem appropriate; provided that no renewal shall be issued to a common victualer who provides a delivery service unless a list containing the names, addresses and driver’s license numbers of all persons employed in said deliveries is on file with the Malden Police Department.
Every common victualer who offers a delivery service shall amend said list from time to time throughout the year so as to assure that it accurately reflects the names, addresses and driver’s license numbers of persons making deliveries for the licensee.
Upon receipt of said list, the Police Chief or his designee shall determine, based on review the driver history, whether or not a person so employed is qualified to operate as a delivery driver.
If the Police Chief or his designee determines that any person engaged in deliveries has a driver history that indicates that his or her continued employment would post a threat to public safety, he shall forthwith notify the common victualer of his
determination. Upon receipt of said notification, the common victualer shall forthwith prohibit said individual from engaging in further deliveries.
Failure to comply with the provisions of this ordinance shall be cause for suspension, revocation or modification for any common victualers license issued hereunder.