(A)   Whenever it is shown that a nuisance is associated with or caused by the conduct of a business or activity licensed by the city and that the existence of the nuisance presents an immediate threat to the public health, safety, or welfare, the City Council may suspend the license of the person or persons conducting the business or activity.
   (B)   The City Clerk shall cause a notice of the suspension to be served personally upon the licensee, or upon any responsible agent of the licensee, at the premises where the licensed business or activity is being conducted. The notice shall clearly inform the licensee of the reason for the suspension, and the conditions that must be met for the suspension to be removed.
   (C)   Upon application of the licensee, and upon a showing that the nuisance has been satisfactorily abated and that any other reasonable conditions set forth in the notice have been met, the City Council may remove the suspension.
(`91 Code, § 92.06)