§ 113.020  LICENSE REQUIRED.
   (A)   Requirement.  It is unlawful for any person to operate or to be an operator of or worker at a sexually-oriented business or an adult entertainment establishment which has not first obtained a license which is applicable for the establishment or business pursuant to this chapter; or to continue to operate or be an operator of or worker at a sexually-oriented business or an adult entertainment establishment where that person knows or has reason to know that the license of the establishment or business is under suspension, has been revoked or has lapsed. The operation of a sexually-oriented business or an adult entertainment establishment without a valid license, where applicable, is unlawful and shall be grounds for the closing of the establishment or business upon a finding of fact by a court or other body with proper jurisdiction that the establishment does not have a valid license.
   (B)   Licensing office.  Unless the Mayor designates in writing an office to administer the provisions of this chapter, he or she shall serve as the licensing office. The Mayor may modify his or her designation from time to time in writing. When the phrase “Mayor or his or her designee” is used in this chapter, the designee referred to shall be the office designated in writing pursuant to this division.
   (C)   Classifications. Adult entertainment establishment and sexually-oriented business licenses referred to in this chapter shall be classified as follows:
      (1)   Adult bookstore/adult video store;
      (2)   Adult performance establishment;
      (3)   Adult motel;
      (4)   Adult theater;
      (5)   Commercial bodily contact establishment; or
      (6)   Escort service.
   (D)   Single license/single classification of license. Only one  license may be issued for a location and only under a single classification.
(Ord. 2007-11, passed 6-26-2007)  Penalty, see § 113.999