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A. Complaint Filed: In the event any person or entity holding a liquor license issued by the city shall violate any of the terms and provisions of this chapter, then and in that event, the liquor control commissioner may, in his or her discretion, file a complaint against such license holder to either suspend or revoke said liquor license. (Ord., 11-7-1988; amd. 2009 Code)
B. Notice Of Complaint: Upon the filing of a complaint for the suspension or revocation of a liquor license by the liquor control commissioner, notice of the complaint shall be sent to the licensee by certified or registered mail directed to the licensed premises.
C. Hearing: The liquor control commissioner shall thereafter hold a hearing on the allegations made in his complaint in accordance with state law. Notice of that hearing must be given to the licensee by certified or registered mail directed to the licensed premises at least five (5) days prior to the date of that hearing.
D. Decision: Following the hearing, the liquor control commissioner shall determine whether to revoke or suspend the affected license or whether to impose any fines against the licensee, and shall, within five (5) days of the hearing, give written notice to the licensee of his or her decision and serve a copy thereof upon the licensee by certified or registered mail directed to the licensed premises. (Ord., 11-7-1988)