505.07 PERMIT EXPIRATION, SUSPENSION OR REVOCATION.
   (a)   Any permit issued pursuant to the provisions of this chapter shall expire upon any of the following conditions:
      (1)   Discontinuance of the permit holder's business;
      (2)   Removal of a permitted amusement device from the business premises, which is not replaced within thirty (30) days by another amusement device of similar size;
      (3)   Transfer or sale of the business to another individual, partnership, corporation or other entity.
   (b)   All permits issued pursuant to the provisions of this chapter are subject to suspension or revocation by the Chief of Police upon any of the following conditions:
      (1)   Willful misrepresentation by the permit holder or his agent in applying for the permit.
      (2)   Conviction of the permit holder for any felony or misdemeanor involving force, violence, disorderly conduct, moral turpitude, gambling, or involving any violation of this chapter, or other provisions of the City Business Regulation Code or other laws of the City of Shaker Heights and State of Ohio pertaining to business operation.
      (3)   The existence of a nuisance to customers, other businesses or the public stemming from the operation of amusement devices on the permit holder's premises.  The definition of "nuisance" for the purposes of this subsection, shall include the violation of any provision of the Shaker Heights Codified Ordinances or Ohio Revised Code pertaining to force, violence, disorderly conduct, moral turpitude or gambling.
      (4)   Willful violation of Section 505.06(b) pertaining to hours of operation by minors.
   (c)   Prior to any action suspending or revoking any permit, the Chief of Police shall give the permittee written notice of such action, affording an opportunity to the permittee, which shall not be less than ten (10) days except in cases of emergency, to correct any such deficiencies forming the basis for the suspension or revocation.  However, this shall not apply to any determination by the Chief of Police of nonrenewal of a permit.
(Ord. 81-111.  Enacted 2-22-82.)