In addition to any and all other information required by other sections of this subchapter, an application shall contain the following information:
   (A)   All of the information required by § 111.19 of this chapter shall be included in the application;
   (B)   The application shall be in the form prescribed by the Liquor Control Commission and the city;
   (C)   The application shall be accompanied by evidence of financial responsibility/liability insurance as required by M.S. § 340A.409, as it may be amended from time to time. Notwithstanding any other provision of Minnesota Statutes or this city code, the city may, by administrative action, suspend any license issued pursuant to this subchapter if the liability insurance or proof of financial responsibility required is terminated. Such suspension shall remain in effect until the statutory requirements for liability insurance and/or financial responsibility are satisfied; and
   (D)   The application shall be accompanied by a signed statement that the applicant shall reimburse the city for any costs incurred during the investigation of facts set forth in said application. It shall be a violation of this code to make any false statement in connection with any application for license. The City Council shall investigate all facts set forth in the application and shall grant opportunity for any person to be heard for or against granting such license to the applicant. After such investigation, the Council, at its discretion, shall grant or refuse the applicant.
(1994 Code, § 8-2.7)  (Ord. 105A, passed 2-20-2008)