§ 114.30  SUSPENSION OR REVOCATION OF LICENSE OR PERMIT.
   The Local Liquor Control Commissioner may revoke or suspend any license or permit for the sale of alcoholic liquor at retail for any violation of any provision of this chapter, or other valid ordinances or resolutions enacted by the City Council, or any applicable rule or regulation established by the Local Liquor Control Commissioner which is not inconsistent with law, or for any violation of any state law pertaining to the sale of alcoholic liquor, or any applicable rule or regulation established by the Illinois Liquor Control Commission which is not inconsistent with law, according to the power and manner provided by Sections 5 and 6 of Article VII of the Liquor Control Act of the State of Illinois; and such revocation or suspension may be in addition to any fine or penalty imposed for the violation. Any appeal of a decision of the Local Liquor Control Commissioner to the Illinois Liquor Control Commission shall be heard "on the record," and shall only involve a review of the official record of proceedings before the Local Liquor Control Commissioner, with no additional evidence being offered.
(Ord. 99-4981, passed 3-2-1999; Am. Ord. 2006- 5214, passed 1-17-2006; Am. Ord. 2020-5427, passed 2-4-2020)