§ 75.13  BOARD OF APPEALS.
   The Mayor, with the approval of the City Council, shall appoint a Board of occupational license appeals, comprised of three (3) members as follows: one (1) City Council member, and two (2) citizen members who are residents of the city. The term of one (1) citizen member shall be three (3) years, and the term of one (1) citizen member shall be four (4) years. There shall also be an alternate citizen member appointed by the Mayor, with the approval of the City Council, who shall serve in the transaction of the Board’s business whenever a regular Board member as named above is absent or unable to serve for whatever reason. The alternate member shall be a resident of the city and appointed for a term of three (3) years and shall possess the full authority of a regular board member when he or she is serving in the absence of a regular member. Whenever a vacancy occurs, an appointment shall be made for the remainder of the unexpired term. The Board of Occupational License Appeals shall be empowered to hear appeals from licensees or supposed licensees and shall decide each appeal on evidence provided by the licensee and the city. The Board may, based upon such evidence, render decisions on questions of interpretation of this chapter, on questions of allocation of gross earnings, on proceedings of delinquent tax collections, and on the waiver of penalties assessed. The decisions of the Board of Occupational License Appeals shall be final.
(Ord. 2017-1743, passed 8-24-17)