§ 113.49  TERMINATION.
   (A)   The permittee may surrender his or her permit at any time in which event he or she shall refund to subscribers all prepaid and unearned service and other charges collected from subscribers.
   (B)   In addition to all other rights and powers pertaining to the village by virtue of this subchapter, or otherwise, the village reserves the right to terminate and cancel the permit and all rights and privileges of the permittee hereunder in the event of any of the following:
      (1)   The permittee violates any provision of the permit issued hereunder or any rule, order or determination of the village, the Village Council or its agents made pursuant to the permit, except where the violation is without fault or through excusable neglect;
      (2)   The permittee become insolvent, unable or unwilling to pay his or her debts, or is adjudged bankrupt;
      (3)   The permittee attempts to evade any of the provisions of this franchise or terms and conditions of the permit issued hereunder or practices any fraud or deceit upon the village; and
      (4)   The permittee fails to begin the design of his or her system within 90 days after necessary governmental approval and necessary leasing agreements from utilities or fails to begin construction within six months thereafter, or fails to make reasonable efforts to complete construction within 18 months after commencement of the construction or fails to complete the construction substantially within two years from the effective date of the issuance of the permit. The permittee shall be entitled to a hearing before the Council to determine the findings of fact and the propriety of the determination of the permit. The determination of the Council and its decision shall be final.
   (C)   Upon termination of his or her permit, the permittee shall, at his or her own expense, remove from the street and the village all his or her facilities and equipment therein utilized by his or her’s cable antenna television system operation, unless the Council shall specifically authorize him or her to leave all or a part of the facilities and equipment in place.
(1992 Code, § 30.015)  (Ord. 2-81, passed 9-24-1981)