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If, after a certificate has been issued by the Village, the commercial establishment or firm is found to be in violation of any of the standards set forth in this chapter, the inspecting officer shall so notify the owner/operator of the establishment or firm of the violation and set a time limit for the correction of the same commensurate with the seriousness of the violation. If the violation is not corrected within the time specified or if the violation is of such serious nature as to be of immediate danger to the health, safety and welfare of the people, then the commercial establishment or firm shall be closed by order of the Mayor until such time as the violation has been corrected.
If the commercial establishment or firm is in violation of the standards set forth in this chapter three or more times within the fiscal year or fails to procure a required certificate within three months after the required renewal date, the Mayor may suspend or revoke the business certificate.
If the business or firm wishes to appeal the decision of the Mayor, it shall apply to the Mayor, in writing, for a hearing before Council. During the appeal, the business shall remain closed.