(A)   Whenever it appears to the City Manager that the permittee is conducting a bingo game in violation of any of the provisions of this chapter, the City Manager shall have the authority to summarily suspend the permit and order the permittee to immediately cease and desist any further operation of any bingo game.
   (B)   Any person who continues to conduct a bingo game after any summary suspension thereof under division (A) shall be deemed guilty of a misdemeanor and shall be punished as provided in § 1.12.010 of this code.
   (C)   The order issued under division (A) shall also notify the permittee that it shall have five days from the date of such order to request a hearing to determine whether such permit shall be revoked. Failure to request, in writing, such hearing before the City Manager within the five-day period shall result in a revocation of the permit.
   (D)   Upon such request by the permittee whose permit has been suspended under division (A), for a hearing to determine whether such permit shall be revoked. The City Manager shall provide such hearing within ten days after receipt of such request at which hearing the suspended permittee may appear before the City Manager for the purpose of presenting evidence why the permit should not be revoked. No permit shall be revoked under this section unless notice of the time and place of such hearing shall have first been given at least five days before the hearing thereof by depositing in the United States mail a notice directed to the suspended permittee at the address given in the application. The notice shall set forth a summary of the grounds advanced as the basis of the suspension and revoca-tion.
   (E)   Any organization whose permit is revoked under this section shall not conduct any bingo game in the city until such time as the City Council, on appeal, determines to overrule the decision of the City Manager.
('86 Code, § 9.10.080) (Ord. 3698, passed  - - )