Whenever upon notice and hearing, the Chief of Police shall determine that music or noise from any establishment for which a permit has been issued pursuant to this chapter, so interferes with the peace and quiet of a substantial number of persons dwelling in the vicinity as to deprive them of the reasonable enjoyment of their property, the Chief of Police may suspend such permit until the offending premises be soundproofed in a manner that in the judgment of the Chief of Police will be effective to eliminate the noise of which complaint is made or the noise otherwise eliminated.
('86 Code, § 5.44.240) (Ord. 3240, passed  - - )