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SEC. 103.34.1.  SUSPENSION OR REVOCATION OF PERMITS ISSUED PURSUANT TO SECTIONS 103.101.1, 103.102 AND 103.109.
   (Added by Ord. No. 175,676, Eff. 1/11/04.)
 
   The Board shall, upon its own motion or upon the verified complaint in writing of any person, suspend or revoke an existing permit issued pursuant to Sections 103.101.1, 103.102, or 103.109, or impose conditions upon the retention of the permit as the Board shall find to be necessary to assure the preservation of the public health and safety, if the evidence presented establishes that:
 
   1.   The business has been operated in violation of any of the applicable requirements of this article;
 
   2.   Any of the applicable requirements for issuance of a permit ceases to be satisfied;
 
   3.   (Amended by Ord. No. 176,066, Eff. 8/8/04.)  The permittee, his or her employee, agent, partner, director, officer, or manager has been convicted by final judgment in a court of competent jurisdiction, which judgment has resulted from any trial or plea, including a plea of nolo contendere, of any of the following offenses occurring upon, or relating to the business premises:
 
   (a)   The presentation, exhibition or performance of an obscene production or play;
 
   (b)   The distribution of obscene material or material harmful to minors;
 
   (c)   Sexual abuse, rape, and any offense classified by the State as an offense involving sexual crimes against children;
 
   (d)   Prostitution or pandering;
 
   (e)   Penal Code Sections 243.4, 261, 261.5, 264.1, 266, 266a through 266k, inclusive, 267, 286, 286.5, 288, 288a, 311 through 311.10, inclusive, 314, 315, 316, or 647, or the violation of any crime requiring registration under California Penal Code Section 290, or violation of any successor sections;
 
   (f)   A court has declared the business to be a public nuisance.
 
   4.   The permittee, his or her employee, agent, partner, director, officer, or manager has knowingly allowed or permitted any act of sexual intercourse, sodomy, oral copulation or masturbation to be committed in or on the business premises, or has knowingly allowed or permitted prostitution, or solicitation of prostitution on the premises; or  (Amended by Ord. No. 176,066, Eff. 8/8/04.)
 
   5.   The permittee, his or her employee, agent, partner, director, officer, or manager has knowingly made any false, misleading, or fraudulent statements of material fact in the application for permit, or in any report or record required to be filed with the Board, or has violated any rule or regulation duly adopted by the Board relating to the business.  (Amended by Ord. No. 176,066, Eff. 8/8/04.)