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The City Administrator or his or her designee may revoke permits issued under this section upon grounds of a violation of this section or any same or similar ordinance of another city or on grounds identical to those for which the initial registration may be disapproved. Written notice of the revocation shall describe the factual basis for and grounds to support the revocation; shall be mailed to the address shown on the permit applicant; and shall become effective seven business days from the date of mailing, unless the party requests a hearing on the proposed revocation within those seven days. If the applicant requests a hearing within the seven days, a date shall be set for the hearing and the aggrieved party shall have the right to be heard before the City Administrator or his or her designee. The City Administrator or his or her designee shall render a decision and issue written findings which shall be personally delivered or mailed to the address shown on the permit application. The applicant may appeal to the City Council within five business days of the date of delivery or mailing of the decision and findings. Failure to request either a hearing before the City Administrator or his or her designee or appeal from the City Administrator’s or his or her designee’s decision shall constitute waiver of all appeal rights.
(Ord. 2011-03, passed 3-22-2011)