(A)   The tax collector shall revoke a license if a reason exists to revoke it as set forth in § 110.12. Before the tax collector may revoke a license, he shall give the licensee written notice of the grounds for revocation, pursuant to § 110.22. The licensee may, within ten days after the day on which notice is served, request in writing a conference with the tax collector. The request shall specify the reasons why the license should not be revoked. The tax collector shall arrange the conference within a reasonable time.
   (B)   If the licensee fails to request a conference within ten days after the day on which notice is served, the tax collector shall revoke the license. If the licensee requests a conference, the tax collector may not revoke the license until after the conference.
   (C)   If the tax collector revokes a license, the former licensee may apply for a new license at any time thereafter. If the reason for which the license was revoked no longer exists and if no other reason exists for refusing to issue a license, the tax collector shall issue the license pursuant to § 110.14.
(Ord. 15-25, passed 12-12-16)