(A)   After an application is filed, the licensing authority shall inspect the facility prior to issuing the permit. The licensing authority may revoke any permit or license if the person holding the permit or license refuses or fails to comply with this chapter, the regulations issued by the licensing authority or any law governing the protection and keeping of animals.
   (B)   Any person whose permit or license is revoked shall, within ten days thereafter humanely dispose of all animals owned, kept or harbored. No part of the permit or license fee shall be refunded.
   (C)   It shall be a condition of the issuance of any permit or license that the licensing authority shall be permitted to inspect all animals and the premises where animals are kept at any time and shall, if permission for the inspection is refused, revoke the permit or license of the refusing owner.
   (D)   If the applicant has withheld or falsified any information on the application, the licensing authority shall refuse to issue a permit or license.
   (E)   No person who has been convicted of cruelty to animals shall be issued a permit or license to operate a commercial animal establishment.
   (F)   Any person having been denied a license or permit may not re-apply for a period of 30 days. Each re-application shall be accompanied by a $10 fee.
(Ord. 483A, passed 3-23-1993; Ord. 483D, passed 8-27-1996)  Penalty, see § 91.999