(A)   (1)   The Village President shall hear appeals on the denial of an application for a solicitation permit or revocation of a permit by the Village Manager.
      (2)   A written appeal must be filed in the Village Manager’s office within 21 days after the date of denial of the application or revocation of the permit by the Village Manager, and shall contain a specific request for or waiver of a hearing before the Village President.
   (B)   Where a hearing is waived, the appealing party shall submit what documentation it desires to have the Village President consider with the written appeal, and the Village President shall render a decision within 14 days of the filing of the written appeal.
   (C)   (1)   If a hearing is requested, the Village President shall schedule a hearing to be held within 30 days of receipt of the written appeal.
      (2)   The appealing party shall have the right to file additional documents, amend the written appeal and to appear at such hearing in person, or by attorney, or otherwise to examine and cross-examine witnesses.
   (D)   The Village President shall not be bound by the rules of evidence prevailing in the courts of law, but shall, in ascertaining the conditions and practices involved in the decision appealed, take into account all reliable, probative and substantial evidence produced at the hearing relating to the denial of the application or revocation of the permit.
   (E)   The appealing party may supply, at its own cost, a court reporter.
   (F)   The written decision of the Village President shall be made available to the appealing party not later than ten days after the hearing on the appeal is concluded.
(Ord. 92-11-117, passed 11-10-1992; Ord. 2003-02-07, passed 2-18-2003)