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The Chief of Police shall investigate all applications and without unnecessary delay shall thereafter hear the application and then grant the application unless he or she finds:
(a) That any owner, officer or partner of the applicant within four years prior to the date of application, has been convicted of burglary, robbery, theft, receipt of stolen property, breaking or removing parts from a vehicle, malicious mischief to a vehicle, unlawful use or tampering by bailee of a vehicle, altering a vehicle identification, or any offense related to the use of alcohol, narcotics or controlled substances; or
(b) That any owner, officer or partner of the applicant has intentionally falsified any statement contained in the application; or
(c) For fixed location permits, that the number of proposed parking spaces is insufficient to ensure that the valet parking operation will not be required to use on-street parking spaces.
Upon granting the fixed location permit or the annual special event permit, the Chief of Police shall forward the permit(s) to the Tax Collector who shall issue a license or licenses upon payment by the applicant of the license fee(s), as set forth in Section 2.27 of this Code. The license fee for this permit shall be paid annually on or before March 31, in accordance with the provisions of Section 76.1 of the Business and Tax Regulations Code.
(Added by Ord. 156-85, App. 3/28/85; amended by Ord. 287-08, File No. 081340, App. 12/5/2008; Ord. 238-11, File No. 111101, App. 12/15/2011, Eff. 1/14/2012)