(A)   Whenever it is brought to the attention of the City Council that a nuisance exists and the City Council deems that there is an immediate threat to the public health, safety, welfare, the City Council may by majority vote suspend the license of any person conducting business upon the premises where the nuisance exists.
   (B)   The City Clerk shall cause notice of the suspension to be served personally upon the licensee or at the premises where the nuisance exists.
   (C)   Upon application of the licensee, the City Council may remove the suspension upon such terms as it may direct.
(Prior Code, § 92.06)