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(a) Upon receipt of a completed application, the Chief of Police shall calendar the permit for public hearing within 30 days. The Chief shall grant or deny the application within 15 days of the hearing. The applicant may appeal the denial of the application to the Board of Appeal, or may file a writ of mandamus with the Superior Court.
(b) The Chief of Police shall grant the permit unless the Chief finds:
(1) The applicant has been convicted of a felony or two or more misdemeanors relating to fraud, theft, burglary, use of violence, deceit, or false impersonation within the seven years prior to the date of application.
(2) The applicant has previously had an occupational permit revoked or suspended for violation of permitting conditions related to fraud, theft, burglary, use of violence, deceit or false impersonation, within the seven years prior to the date of application.
(3) The applicant has failed to provide information required by this chapter or has provided false or misleading information required by this chapter to the Police Department or other City agency.
(4) The applicant has failed to pay the required fees.
(Added by Ord. 196-03, File No. 021948, App. 8/1/2003)