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(A) A retail license to sell alcoholic beverages may be either revoked or suspended by the City Council whenever it shall find, after notice and hearing as provided by law, that the holder of such license has violated any of the provisions of the state’s Liquor Control Act, or of this section, or rule or regulation of the state’s Liquor Control Commission, or for any one or more of the following causes:
(1) The licensee, his or her manager or agent in charge of the premises licensed, has been convicted of or has pled guilty to a felony under the laws of the state, or of any other state of the United States;
(2) The licensee, his or her manager or agent in charge of the premises licensed, has been convicted or has pled guilty to being the proprietor, manager, or agent in charge of a gambling house, or of pandering or other crime or misdemeanor opposed to decency and morality;
(3) The licensee, his or her manager or agent in charge of the premises licensed, has been convicted of or pled guilty to violation of any federal or state law concerning the manufacture, possession, or sale of alcoholic beverages;
(4) The licensee either swore falsely to any question in his or her application for said license, or has failed to comply with the statements and representation made by the answer to any question or questions in said applications; or has failed to perform in accordance with any other statement or representation to keep any promise, oral or written, made to the City Council, in connection with such licensee’s request for said license;
(5) The licensee, his or her manager or agent in charge of the premises licensed, shall have forfeited bond to appear in court to answer charges for any one of the violations of referred to in this section; or
(6) It shall be cause for revocation or suspension as herein provided if the licensee, his or her manager or agent, shall allow any live person to appear in any licensed premises in a state of nudity, to provide entertainment, to provide service, to act as hostess, manager, or owner, or to serve as an employee in any capacity.
(B) For the purpose of this section, the term NUDITY shall mean the showing of the human male or female genitals, pubic area or buttocks, or the human female breast including the nipple or any portion below the nipple with less than a full opaque covering.
(Prior Code, § 10-125) (Ord. 595, passed 10-17-1994)
Related provisions, see Neb. RS 28-807, 53-116.02