§ 115.08  INVESTIGATION PROCEDURE.
   (A)   Upon submission of an original application for an after hours business license to the City Clerk, each person listed in the original application shall also obtain and provide the City Clerk with an officially sealed State Division of Criminal Investigation (DCI) personal background check at that person’s expense. The City Clerk may forward a copy of the original application documents to the Police Chief. The Police Chief or his or her designee may then conduct an investigation as to the truth of the facts averred in the application documents and transmit the results to the City Clerk who will make a recommendation to the City Council for approval or disapproval of the application. No approval of the license or permit shall occur until the City Clerk has received the results of the investigation.
   (B)   Upon submission of an application for renewal of a current after hours business license to the City Clerk, any person listed in the renewal application who did not previously obtain and provide the City Clerk with an officially sealed DCI personal background check must do so at that person’s own expense. The City Clerk may forward a copy of the renewal application documents to the Police Chief. The Police Chief may then review and comment on the renewal application to the City Clerk who will make a recommendation to the City Council for approval or disapproval of the renewal application. No approval for renewal of a license or permit shall occur until the City Clerk has received the results of the investigation.
   (C)   (1)   The city’s Building Official, Zoning Enforcement Officer and the Fire Chief or their designees shall inspect the premises to determine if they conform to the city’s requirements.
      (2)   No license or permit shall be approved or issued unless or until the City Clerk finds that the applicant has fully complied with all requirements of this chapter and all applicable ordinances and codes regulating fire, buildings, health and zoning.
(Ord. 2008-13, passed 7-29-2008)