If favorable reports are received from all investigating departments, and if the applicant has complied with all applicable provisions of this code, the Superintendent of Building shall issue the permit. If such investigation reveals a criminal record, or that the applicant has not complied with all applicable laws and regulations, or there is other evidence that the public welfare or welfare of the persons to be cared for in any such establishment would be adversely affected through the maintenance of such establishment, such permit or any renewal thereof may be denied, or may be granted upon the express condition precedent that the violations specified be corrected. The applicant shall be notified in writing by the Superintendent of Building of such decision.
('86 Code, § 6.36.140) (Ord. 3148, passed  - - )