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A. General Provisions: The business license official may deny an application for license or revoke a license for any of the following reasons:
1. Fraud or misrepresentation in its procurement.
2. Violation of this title by failure to comply with any or all of the provisions of this title.
3. Failure to pay any license fee levied when due.
4. Failure to comply with any of the requirements imposed by this code.
5. Violation of any city ordinance or state or federal statute concerning pornographic or harmful materials or performances at the licensed premises.
6. Conduct or acts of the licensee or employees, or any act permitted by them on the premises where such business is conducted, which render the premises a public nuisance or menace to the health, peace, safety or general welfare of the city.
7. A violation of city ordinance or federal or state statute relating to the business or activity which is licensed and resulting from the conduct of such business activity.
8. For any other good cause shown.
B. Provisions Specific To Beer Licenses And Sexually Oriented Business And Employee Licenses:
1. Chapter 2, "Alcoholic Beverage Control", of this title, contains additional criteria which may be cause for denial or revocation of a beer license by the business license official.
2. Chapter 4, "Sexually Oriented Businesses And Employees", of this title, contains additional criteria which may be cause for denial or revocation of a sexually oriented business or employee license by the business license official.
C. Temporary Suspension: Under the direction of the chief of police, every peace officer is authorized to temporarily suspend and confiscate any license issued under this chapter for any violation of this chapter or of the alcoholic beverage control act. Such temporary suspension shall be reported in writing to the business license official within seventy two (72) hours, together with a statement of the reasons thereof. This report, along with the license, shall be delivered to the business license official who shall then take action with respect to the revocation of such license, or the restoration thereof. (Ord. 2009-15, 11-24-2009)