18.16.040   REVOCATION AND PENALTY.
   .010   Revocation.  Subject to notice and hearing provisions herein, any permit issued pursuant to the provisions of this chapter may be suspended or revoked by the Planning Director or his/her designee for good cause. Good cause shall include, but not be limited to, the following:
      .0101   That the business or activity has been conducted in a manner which violates the code requirements or one or more of the conditions imposed upon the issuance of the permit and has failed to cure such noncompliance after reasonable notice thereof or which fails to conform to the plans and procedures described in the application, or which violates the occupant load limits set by the Fire Department;
      .0102   That the permittee has failed to obtain or to maintain all required City, County and State licenses and permits;
      .0103   That the permit is being used to conduct an activity different from that for which it was issued;
      .0104   That the permittee has misrepresented any material fact in the application for permit or has not answered each question therein truthfully;
      .0105   That the building or structure in which the permitted event or activity is held or conducted, or is to be held or conducted, is hazardous to the health or safety of the employees or patrons of the business, activity, or event, or of the general public, under the standards set forth in the Uniform Building or Fire Code;
      .0106   That the permitted event or activity creates sound levels which violate any ordinance of the City of Anaheim;
      .0107   That the security measures provided are inadequate to deter unlawful conduct on the part of employees or patrons, or to promote the safe and orderly assembly and movement of persons and vehicles, or to prevent disturbance of the neighborhood by excessive noise created by patrons entering or leaving the premises where the entertainment activity takes place.
      .0108   The permittee or his/her employees, agents, or representatives have violated or are violating laws in connection with the permitted activity; or is operating the facility in a manner detrimental to the public peace, health, safety or general welfare.
      .0109   The operation has been conducted in an illegal or disorderly manner or in a manner detrimental to the public health, safety or welfare.
      .0110   The proposed use has violated any provision of Title 15 of the Anaheim Municipal Code.
   .020   Appeal of Revocation.  The decision of the Planning Director revoking a permit may be appealed to the City Employee Hearing Officer, pursuant to subsection 18.16.030.090.0901 (Appeals).  The City Employee Hearing Officer's determination upon any such appeal shall be based upon written findings and shall be final and conclusive in the matter. Upon revocation of said permit, any license fees shall be forfeited. In the event a permit is revoked pursuant to the provisions of this chapter, another permit shall not be granted to the permittee within twelve months after the date of such revocation.
   .030   Penalty.  Any person violating or failing to comply with any of the provisions of this chapter is guilty of a misdemeanor and shall be punished by a fine of not to exceed one thousand dollars or by imprisonment not to exceed six months, or by both such fine and imprisonment. Each such person is guilty of a separate offense for each and every day during any portion of which any violation of the provisions of the chapter is committed.  (Ord. 6245 § 29 (part); June 5, 2012.)