Sec. 19-910. Licensing--Duration of license; transferability; display.
   (a)   Except as provided in section 19-920, the privilege license shall be valid only for the calendar year in which it is issued unless renewed each year by filing the appropriate application for renewal and paying the renewal fee of forty-five dollars ($45.00) which is due and payable on January 1 and shall be considered delinquent if not received on or before the last business day of January. Application and payment for renewal must be received within the tax collector's office by such date to be deemed filed and paid.
   (b)   The public utility license shall be nontransferable between owners or locations, and shall be on display to the public in the licensee's place of business.
   (c)   Any licensee who permits his license to expire through cancellation as provided in section 19.720,* by his request for cancellation, by surrender of the license, or by the cessation of the business activity for which the license was issued, and who thereafter applies for license, shall be granted a new license as an original applicant and shall pay the current license fee. Any licensee who loses or misplaces his public utility license which is still in effect shall be charged the current license fee for each reissuance of a license.
*   Editors Note: There is no § 19-720; reference presumably should be to § 19-920.
   (d)   Any taxpayer who fails to renew his license on or before the date provided in subsection (a) above shall be deemed to be operating without a license after such date and until the appropriate application for renewal and a renewal fee of sixty-seven dollars and fifty cents ($67.50) has been received by the tax collector.
(Ord. No. 6926, § 1.B, 4-18-88; Ord. No. 10448, §§ 16, 17, 9-5-07, eff. 1-1-08)