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When the Chief of Police determines that the permittee is violating or is attempting to violate (as defined in Penal Code Section 664) any law of the State of California relating to fraud, theft, burglary, use of violence, deceit, false impersonation or is violating or attempting to violate (as defined in Penal Code Section 664) the rules and regulations of the Police Department, permit restrictions or ordinances that are applicable to the business, or has made material misrepresentations on the permit application or other required reports, the Chief of Police, after written notice to the permittee, shall have the power to suspend and, after due and proper hearing, shall have the power to revoke, any permit issued under the provisions of Sections 1300-1321 inclusive. When suspended or revoked, the permittee shall immediately surrender the permit to the Police Department's Permit Bureau.
The Chief of Police shall cause to be forwarded to the Tax Collector written notice of any revocation, suspension or reinstatement of any permit herein provided for.
The permittee shall be prohibited from applying for a fortunetelling permit for one year following denial or revocation of a fortunetelling permit.
The permittee may appeal the revocation to the Board of Appeal.
(Added by Ord. 196-03, File No. 021948, App. 8/1/2003)