§ 39.15  DELINQUENT FEES AND FAILURE TO OBTAIN PERMITS OR LICENSES.
   When an applicant applies for any license or permit required by the city, the city may, in its discretion, deny that license or permit for any of the following reasons:
   (A)   The applicant owes any fees to the city;
   (B)   The applicant has failed to apply for and/or obtain approval for any other license and/or permit required by the city;
   (C)   The applicant has an outstanding balance for any service provided by the city;
   (D)   If there are any outstanding costs of abatement due to the city by the applicant;
   (E)   If there are any moneys owed by the applicant to the city pursuant to a city lien against applicant’s real estate; and
   (F)   The applicant has any overdue balance for any tax by the city, other than real property taxes.
(1999 Code, § 39.10)  (Ord. 3747, passed 4-2-2012)