802.02  RESTRICTIONS ON ISSUANCE OF LICENSES.
   No license referred to in Section 802.01 shall be issued to:
   (a)   A person whose license issued by the Liquor Control Commission has been revoked for cause, in this or in any other community;
   (b)   A person who, at the time of the application for, or renewal of, any license issued hereunder, would not be eligible for such license upon a first application under this chapter or any statute or administrative rule of the Liquor Control Commission;
   (c)   A co-partnership, unless all of the general and limited partners of such copartnership qualify to obtain a license;
   (d)   A corporation, if any officer, manager or director thereof, or a shareholder thereof, would not be eligible to receive a license hereunder for any reason;
   (e)   A person whose place of business is conducted by a manager or agent, unless such manager or agent possesses the same qualifications required of the licensee;
   (f)   A person who has been convicted of a violation of any Federal or State law involving moral turpitude, embezzlement or fraud, or concerning the manufacture, consumption, possession or sale of alcoholic liquor or narcotics, controlled substances or drugs which are prohibited by Act 368 of the Public Acts of 1978, as amended, being M.C.L. 333.1101 et seq.;
   (g)   A person who does not own the premises for which a license is sought or does not have a lease therefor for the full period for which the license is to be issued, or a person who or which does not have sufficient financial assets to carry on or maintain the business;
   (h)   Any law enforcing public official or any member of Council, and no such official shall be interested in any way, either directly or indirectly, in the manufacture, sale or distribution of alcoholic liquor, either as an owner, employer or employee;
   (i)   Premises where there exists a violation of applicable building, electrical, mechanical, plumbing or fire codes, zoning regulations, public health regulations or any other applicable law;
   (j)   Premises where the sale of beer, wine or spirits is not shown to be incidental and subordinate to other permitted business uses upon the site, such as, but not limited to, food sales, motel operations or recreational activities;
   (k)   Premises where it is determined, by a simple majority of Council, that adequate parking, lighting, refuse disposal facilities, screening and noise and nuisance control do not exist or will not exist within a reasonable period following commencement of operations;
   (l)   Premises where a nuisance does exist or will exist;
   (m)   Premises determined by Council, by a simple majority vote, to be inappropriate, considering the desirability of establishing a site in developed, commercial areas, in preference to isolated, undeveloped areas; the attitude of adjacent residents and property owners; traffic safety; accessibility to the site from abutting roads; capability of abutting roads to accommodate the commercial activity; distance from public or private schools for minors; proximity of inconsistent zoning classifications; and accessibility from primary roads or State highways; and
(Res. 84-1. Passed 2-6-84.)
   (n)   Any person who or which is in default to the City for any reason, whether because of nonpayment of any moneys due the City or because of the nonperformance of any act required of the applicant for the benefit of the City. Council may, at its discretion, grant a reasonable time extension for compliance when it is deemed appropriate.
(Res. 84-20. Passed 7-9-84.)