3.28.070  Filing of application.
   Every person desiring a license pursuant to this chapter must file an application with the community development director (“director”) upon a form to be provided by the director, and at such time, pay the required fee and penalty, if any. The application must be filed at least sixty days prior to conducting any bingo game(s), and shall specify:
   (a)   The name, address and telephone number of the applicant organization and a statement that applicant is an eligible organization under Section 3.28.030 of this chapter;
   (b)   The name and signature of at least two officers, including the presiding officer, of the corporation or community chest and the trustee of any trust;
   (c)   A list of the names of members of the applicant organization who will, from time to time, operate and staff bingo games;
   (d)   A detailed schedule of the day, hours, location, and occupancy capacity of such location of each bingo game to be held;
   (e)   A detailed description of the record system to account for the receipts, prizes, expenses and profits of each bingo game;
   (f)   The specific charitable purpose(s) which the bingo proceeds will benefit;
   (g)   The location and signatures of the special bank account(s) required by Section 3.28.320 of this chapter;
   (h)   A statement that the applicant agrees to conduct bingo games in strict accordance with the provisions of California Penal Code Section 326.5 and this chapter, as they may be amended from time to time, and agrees that the license to conduct bingo games may be summarily suspended by the city manager upon violation of any of such provisions;
   (i)   The annual license fee of fifty dollars;
   (j)   Except as to mobile home park associations and senior citizens organizations (unless the same are qualified under any of the applicable Revenue and Taxation Code sections), the applicant shall also submit, with its application, a certificate of determination of exemption pursuant to the Revenue and Taxation Code section which is applicable to the applicant organization, or a letter of good standing from the Exemption Division of the Franchise Tax Board in Sacramento showing exemption under said applicable section;
   (k)   The application shall be verified as provided in the Code of Civil Procedure for the verification of pleadings;
   (l)   The address to which notice, when required, is to be sent or mailed, and the names of any individual or individuals, in addition to those set forth elsewhere in the application, who are authorized to accept service of process on behalf of the licensee;
   (m)   Whether the application is for a new license or a renewal of an existing license; and
   (n)   The particular property within the city, including the street number and indication of whether owned or leased by the applicant, used by such applicant for an office or for performance of the purposes for which the applicant is organized, on which property bingo games will be conducted, together with the occupancy capacity of the room in which bingo is to be conducted.
(Ord. 790 § 16 (part), 1999)