In the event of a violation of any of the provisions of this Article IX or of any of the conditions provided for in any license or permit issued pursuant to this Article IX or in the event of the conviction in a court of competent jurisdiction of the licensee or permittee on a complaint alleging the violation of this Article IX or alleging the violation of any ordinance of the city or the laws of the state, then, and in any of said events, any license or permit issued hereunder may be revoked or suspended by the City Council without notice. The City Council may at any time revoke or suspend any license or permit issued pursuant to this Article IX upon a hearing before it of which hearing the licensee or permittee shall be given at least ten days written notice by serving the same on the licensee or permittee. At the hearing, the licensee or permittee shall have the opportunity to appear in person or by an attorney and present evidence relative to the matter upon consideration. In the event of such last stated revocation or suspension, the City Council may in its discretion refund to the licensee or permittee the unearned portion of the license fee or permit fee paid by him or her.
(1958 Code, § 60.26) (Added by Ord. 70-24, passed 6-1-1970)