§ 114.10  TOWN CLERK TO ISSUE PERMIT OR INVESTIGATE APPLICATION; APPEALS.
   Upon completion of inspection by the Town Clerk and electrical inspector, the Town Clerk shall cause a permit to issue forthwith, unless:
   (A)   The applicant is not of good moral character. Good moral character shall be defined, for the purpose herein, as not having been convicted of a violation of a federal statute, state statute or any local ordinance involving vice or moral turpitude within the preceding ten years;
   (B)   The location for which the permit is sought is currently subject to a suspension or revocation of permit issued under this chapter; and/or
   (C)   The inspection by the Town Clerk and/or electrical inspector reveals a violation of this chapter. Any person aggrieved by the action of the Town Clerk in denying the permit shall have the right of appeal to the Board of Mayor and Aldermen of the Town of Collierville, provided such appeal is perfected within ten days from such denial.
(`83 Code, § 5-910)