(a) Upon complaint with the Flint Police Department or with the City Clerk or by any person or organization or upon his own notice, the City Clerk may suspend the permit of any person or organization, or upon his motion, the City Clerk may suspend the permit of any person or organization granted a permit under this article for any of the following:
(1) Any material misrepresentation in the application for a permit or any fraud in its procurement, or failure to carry out any commitment or representation contained in the application.
(2) Any cause which would have prevented the granting of the permit in the first place.
(3) Misconduct of the permittees, such as the violation of any of the requirements of this article, the commission of any unlawful act prohibited by this article, or any other law involving honesty, good faith, integrity, responsibility or moral turpitude.
(b) After the City Clerk has made his findings and suspends a permit, the holder of the permit shall have the right to appeal to the City Council, or a committee thereof, within ten (10) days after receiving notice of such suspension. Such appeal shall be made by writing a letter and filing it with the City Clerk stating that an appeal from the ruling of the City Clerk is desired. If an appeal is not made within the ten-day period the permit shall be revoked. The City Council or a committee thereof shall convene to hear an appeal at their next regular meeting after written notice of appeal has been filed with the City Clerk.
(Ord. 598, passed 10-8-1945; Ord. 2710, passed 6-11-1979; Ord. 2853, passed 9-27-1982)