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No amusement center license shall issue or be renewed for any business or premises:
(a) Where any one or more of the owners or the operator has been convicted within the last five years of any felony or of any misdemeanor involving the operation of an amusement device business, or involving physical violence, gambling activities, controlled substances, alcoholic beverages, minors or any crime involving moral turpitude.
(b) Where the premises do not specifically designate at least 100 gross square feet of floor area for each amusement device to be located upon the premises, excluding areas used for other principal uses.
(c) Where the premises do not provide at least one off-street parking place for each five amusement devices.
(d) Where the premises do not provide bicycle storage racks to house at least one bicycle for each two amusement devices to be located upon the premises, which racks shall not interfere with the safe and expeditious movement of pedestrian traffic
(e) Where the premises are located within 1,000 feet of any school, playground, park or other arcade amusement center or within 500 feet of any church, measured by the shortest legal walking distance between the main entrance of the premises and the main entrance of the other facility.
(f) Where the premises are not demonstrated to be sufficiently insulated to prevent noise of both the amusement devices and the patrons from entering adjacent premises or which do not conform with the Lakewood Noise Control Law.
(g) Where it is determined that the premises or operation thereof would be in violation of any provision of the Building Code, Zoning Code, Fire Code or any - other pertinent provisions of local, state or federal law.
(h) Where the applicant made a false statement as to a material matter upon the application or in a hearing concerning the license.
(i) Where the application failed to provide all of the required information.
(j) Where not all terms and conditions under this chapter and all other applicable ordinances and statutes are complied with. (Ord. 98-82. Passed 12-20-1982.)