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(A) If the Chief of Police, or his duly appointed representative, upon investigation has reason to believe that any premises containing amusement devices licensed under this subchapter is a public nuisance, the person so licensed shall be ordered to appear before the Committee on Administration of the Board of Mayor and Aldermen within 30 days of written notice by certified mail specifying the nature of the charge. If it is determined that a public nuisance does exist, the Committee on Administration may revoke the licenses.
(B) The meaning of public nuisance shall include but not be limited to the following:
(1) Nuisance as defined in R.S.A. 544:1;
(2) Common nuisance as defined in R.S.A. 318-B:16;
(3) Repeated violations of law which are against the interest of the public health, safety, and welfare.
(Ord. passed 3-7-95) Penalty, see § 111.99