§ 20.72.110  REVOCATION.
   A.   Any permit granted or issued pursuant to the provisions of this chapter may be revoked after a public hearing before the Planning Commission. A permit may be revoked under the following circumstances:
      1.   Where it has been determined that the permittee has violated or has failed to comply with any of the terms or conditions of the permit;
      2.   Where it has been determined that the permittee has violated or has failed to comply with any of the ordinances, or resolutions, or applicable regulations of the city;
      3.   Where it is has been determined that the permit has been granted pursuant to the false or fraudulent information contained in the application;
      4.   Where it has subsequently been deter-mined that the temporary use or user will fail to meet the criteria enumerated in this chapter for granting a temporary use permit; or
      5.   Where it has been determined that the preservation of the public health, safety and welfare demand revocation of the permit.
   B.   A notice of revocation shall be mailed to the permittee, by certified mail, stating the grounds for the revocation and providing a date within thirty (30) days of the mailing of such notice for a public hearing before the Planning Commission. Upon the conclusion of the public hearing the Planning Commission may, by resolution with findings; revoke or modify the permit and the decision of the Planning Commission shall be final unless appealed to the City Council.
   C.   Any person aggrieved by any revocation decision of the Planning Commission with respect to a temporary use permit may appeal such decision to the City Council within ten (10) days following notice of such decision. A written request for such appeal shall be filed with the City Clerk consistent with the requirements outlined within § 20.72.110 of this ordinance. The appeal request shall be accompanied by a non-refundable appeal fee in an amount to be set by resolution by the City Council. The decision of the City Council shall be final.
(Ord. 1012, passed 5-19-98)