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The chief of police shall not issue or grant a license if any of the following occurs:
A. An applicant fails to or refuses to furnish the information and documents required by this chapter or who submits false or misleading information on said application;
B. The fortunetelling establishment does not comply with the city's building, fire, health or zoning regulations;
C. Upon receiving satisfactory evidence that the applicant has been convicted of, or has entered plea of guilty or nolo contendere to any violation of the provisions of this chapter or any other law or ordinance relating to morals, sex offenses, theft, fraud or narcotics or other restricted drugs, unless the chief of police finds that the offense occurred ten years or more before the date of application, denial of a license shall be given to the applicant in writing and shall specify the grounds for such denial. Notice of the denial of the license shall be deemed to have been served upon personal service of the applicant or when deposited in the United States mail with postage prepaid and addressed to the applicant at his or her last known address.
(Ord. 339 § 13, 2005)