§ 9-4308.  Other Penalties and Licensing Actions.
   (1)   The City, by and through its officials, boards and commissions, may deny, suspend or revoke any license or permit issued or pending, if, during the 3 year period prior to the date of denial, suspension or revocation, the applicant or licensee admitted guilt or liability or has been found guilty, liable or responsible of committing a violation of this Chapter. 1245
   (2)   Any license or permit issued by the City, its boards or commissions, may be revoked or suspended if the applicant, licensee or permittee is a person who was subject to a final judgment or other decision for violation of any of the laws set forth in subsection (1) above within 3 years prior to the effective date of this Ordinance, and the judgment was not satisfied within the lawful period for doing same, or the expiration of the period for filing an appeal; or if an appeal is made, the date of the final resolution of that appeal and any subsequent appeal resulting in a final administrative or judicial affirmation of violation of any of the laws set forth in subsection (1) above.
   (3)   The period of non-issuance, suspension, revocation or non-renewal shall be up to 1 year, based on the severity of the violation, and the licensee or permittee or the person who is the principal of a license or permit shall not again be licensed or permitted in any other manner during such period. 1246
   (4)   Appeals of license suspensions, revocations or denials pursuant to this Chapter are governed by Section 9-103 of this Title, and any other rules and regulations established by the City, provided, however, that an appeal of a final determination of the wage coordinator pursuant to this Chapter regarding the substance of a wage theft complaint shall be brought pursuant to the requirements of subsection 9-4303(5)(e). 1247
   (5)   An applicant for a commercial activity license or any other license or permit related to a business enterprise, shall be provided with a copy of this Chapter. All applicants shall certify that the applicant has not been found guilty, liable or responsible, in any judicial or administrative proceeding, of committing or attempting to commit a violation of any of the laws set forth in subsection (1) above within the past three (3) years. This provision shall apply to all persons or entities whose final administrative decision or adjudication or judicial judgment or conviction was entered on or after the effective date of this Chapter, with the exception of judgments that remain unsatisfied as set forth in subsection (2) above.
   (6)   Application of this Ordinance is subject to applicable state or federal laws.

 

Notes

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   Amended, Bill No. 171113 (approved March 6, 2018).
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   Amended, Bill No. 171113 (approved March 6, 2018).
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   Amended, Bill No. 171113 (approved March 6, 2018).