§ 5.56.080  MINIMUM CRITERIA FOR ISSUANCE OF A PERMIT.
   (A)   The applicant, each owner, and any existing or prospective manager, must be at least 21 years of age.
   (B)   The applicant, each owner, and any existing or prospective manager, must not have had a similar type of license or permit previously revoked or denied for good cause within the immediately preceding two years prior to the permit application.
   (C)   Neither the applicant, any owner, nor any proposed or prospective manager, shall have been convicted of:
      (1)   Any offense relating to possession, manufacture, sales, or distribution of a controlled substance, with the exception of cannabis-related offenses;
      (2)   Any offense involving the use of force or violence upon the person of another;
      (3)   Any offense involving theft, fraud, dishonesty or deceit;
      (4)   Any offense involving sales of cannabis to a minor or use of a minor to distribute cannabis;
      (5)   Any common law felony.
For purposes of this division (C), a conviction includes a plea or verdict of guilty or a conviction following a plea of nolo contendere. The above criteria are in addition to any applicable provisions of state law.
(Ord. 835, passed 9-4-2019)