5.22.130  Revocation.
   A.   The chief of police shall revoke any license upon any grounds for which he or she may have refused the issuance thereof or upon conviction or upon a plea of guilty or nolo contendere for any violation of this chapter or the operation of the establishment does not comport with the peace, health, safety and general welfare of the public.
   B.   To revoke a license the chief of police, or his or her authorized representative, shall serve upon the holder thereof, a written notice either by personal service or by deposit in a United States mail receptacle with appropriate postage affixed, to the address shown on the application or otherwise more recently of record, that said license shall be revoked effective upon personal service or five days after the date of mailing of said notice.
   C.   A revoked license shall be immediately surrendered to the chief of police or his or her authorized representative.
(Ord. 339 § 14, 2005)