§ 120.11  REVOCATION.
   (A)   The City Secretary shall, subject to the provisions of § 120.12, revoke a permit if a permittee, an employee, or a supervisor has violated any provision of this chapter or has permitted consumption of illegal drugs or alcohol, or gambling or gaming of any kind by any person on the premises.
   (B)   The City Secretary shall, subject to the provisions of § 120.12, revoke a permit if the City Manager, City Secretary or the Chief of Police determines that one or more of the following is true:
      (1)   A permittee has given false or misleading information in the material submitted to the City Secretary and/or the Chief of Police during the application process;
      (2)   A permittee or employee has knowingly allowed possession, use, or sale of controlled substances on the premises;
      (3)   A permittee or employee has knowingly allowed prostitution on the premises;
      (4)   A permittee is under indictment for or is convicted of any felony offense or any misdemeanor offense listed in § 120.04.
   (C)   The fact that a conviction is being appealed shall have no effect on the revocation of the permit. When the City Secretary or the Chief of Police revokes a permit, the revocation will continue for one year after the revocation becomes final. If, subsequent to revocation, the City Secretary or the Chief of Police finds that the basis for the revocation action has been corrected or abated, the applicant may be granted a permit if at least 90 days have elapsed since the revocation became final.
(Ord. 687, passed 7-15-2013)