(A)   The Board of Commissioners may, at any time after a public hearing conducted in the same manner as provided in § 114.02(G), revoke any certificate of convenience and necessity issued pursuant to this chapter for any one or more of the following causes:
      (1)   Failure to operate the taxicabs specified in the certificate in such a manner as to serve the public adequately and efficiently.
      (2)   Failure to maintain motor vehicle equipment in good repair.
      (3)   Failure to carry liability insurance or bond as required by this chapter.
      (4)   Failure to pay the town taxes or license fees imposed on such taxicabs.
      (5)   Repeated and persistent violations by the taxicab drivers of traffic and safety ordinances, or state laws relating to alcoholic beverages or prostitution.
      (6)   Failure to report accidents.
      (7)   Willful failure to comply with any provision of this chapter or other ordinances or state laws relating to the operation of taxicabs.
('70 Code, Ch. I, Art. I § 12)
   (B)   No certificate shall be revoked until the holder thereof has had five days notice by personal service or registered mail of the charges against him, and of the time and place of a hearing giving him an opportunity to be heard. If after the hearing, the Board of Commissioners finds that the holder is guilty of one or more of the offenses listed in division (A), the Board shall have the power to revoke the certificate, or to condition a revocation upon compliance with its order within any time fixed by the Board.
('70 Code, Ch. I, Art. I § 13)