§ 10-10-13  REVOCATION.
   (A)   The Enforcement Officer shall revoke a sexually oriented business license or sexually oriented business employee license if a cause of suspension under § 10-10-12 occurs and the license has been suspended two times within the preceding 12 months.
   (B)   The Enforcement Officer shall revoke a sexually oriented business license if he or she determines that the licensee:
      (1)   Gave false or misleading information in the material submitted during the application or renewal process;
      (2)   Has knowingly allowed possession, use or sale of controlled substances on the premises;
      (3)   Has knowingly allowed any specified criminal activity or the commission of any felony on the premises;
      (4)   Knowingly operated the sexually oriented business during a period of time when the licensee’s license was pending initial application, expired or suspended;
      (5)   Has knowingly allowed one or more specified sexual activities or excretory functions to occur in or on the licensed premises;
      (6)   Has been convicted of a specified criminal activity during the term of the license; or
      (7)   Is delinquent in payment to the municipality for any taxes or fees past due that were assessed or imposed in relation to any business or business property.
   (C)   The Enforcement Officer shall revoke a sexually oriented business employee license if he or she determines that the licensee:
      (1)   Gave false or misleading information in the material submitted during the application or renewal process;
      (2)   Has knowingly acted as an employee on the premises of a sexually oriented business during a period of time when the licensee’s license was pending initial application, expired or suspended; or
      (3)   Has been convicted of a specified criminal activity during the term of the license.
   (D)   The Enforcement Officer shall advise the licensee in writing of the reasons for any revocation. The written revocation shall be either served on the applicant personally on or before five days before the revocation is to take effect, or by placing it in a sealed envelope, addressed to the licensee at the address set forth in the application, and depositing it with the United States Postal Service, proper first class postage prepaid, on or before five days before the revocation is to take effect. The Enforcement Officer may, but is not required to, serve the written revocation by certified or registered mail, as set forth above.
   (E)   When the Enforcement Officer revokes a license, the licensee shall not be issued another license for one year from the date the revocation became effective.
(Ord. 2000-10-80, passed 10-2-2000; Ord. 2002-05-26, passed 5-20-2002)