§ 14.295.05  SANCTIONS FOR LICENSE VIOLATIONS.
   (a)   Suspension or revocation. The City Council may revoke a license, suspend a license for up to 60 days, impose a civil penalty of up to $2,000 for each violation, or impose any combination of these sanctions, issued pursuant to this Division M for a violation of:
      (1)   Fraud, misrepresentation or false statement contained in a license application or a renewal application;
      (2)   Fraud, misrepresentation or false statement made in the course of carrying on the licensed occupation or business;
      (3)   Any violation of this Division M or state law;
      (4)   A licensee’s criminal conviction that is directly related to the occupation or business licensed as defined by M.S. § 364.03, subd. 2, as it may be amended from time to time, provided that the licensee cannot show competent evidence of sufficient rehabilitation and present fitness to perform the duties of the licensed occupation or business as defined by M.S. § 364.03, subd. 3, as it may be amended from time to time; or
      (5)   Conducting the licensed business or occupation in an unlawful manner or in such a manner as to constitute a breach of the peace or to constitute a menace to the health, safety or general welfare of the community.
   (b)   Notice of hearing. A revocation or suspension by the City Council shall be preceded by written notice to the licensee and a hearing. The notice shall give at least eight days’ notice of the time and place of the hearing and shall state the nature of the charges against the licensee. The notice shall be mailed by regular mail to the licensee at the most recent address listed on the license application.
(1958 Code, § 154.05)  (Ord. 37, passed 8-7-1961; Ord. 41, passed 9-6-1961; Ord. 76-59, passed 12-6-1976; Ord. 81-58, passed 11-23-1981; Ord. 82-38, passed 9-27-1982; Ord. 92-36, passed 7-27-1992; recodified by Ord. 95-13, passed 8-7-1995; Ord. 97-16, passed 5-5-1997; added by Ord. 98-27, passed 6-15-1998; Ord. 2007-18, passed 5-7-2007; Ord. 2008-15, passed 5-5-2008; Ord. 2011-2, passed 1-24-2011)