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(A) No statements shall be conclusive as to the matters set forth therein, nor shall the filing of the same preclude the town from collecting, by appropriate action, such sum as is actually due and payable under this Division I. The statement and each of the several items therein contained shall be subject to audit and verification by the Town Clerk, his or her deputies, authorized employees of the town or authorized agents, who are authorized to examine, audit and inspect the books and records of any licensee or applicant for license as may be necessary in their judgment to verify or ascertain the amount of license fee due.
(B) All licenses, applicants for licenses and persons engaged in the town are required to permit an examination of the books and records for the purposes aforesaid.
(C) The information furnished or secured pursuant to this section or §§ 5.12.020 and 5.12.030 shall be confidential. Any unauthorized disclosure or use of the information by any officer or employee of the town shall constitute a misdemeanor and the officer or employee shall be subject to the penalty provisions of this Division I, in addition to any other penalties provided by law.
(Prior Code, § 5.12.040) (Ord. 518, passed - -1983)