The Director of Animal Control may revoke any license issued under § 90.06(B) or § 90.31. Grounds for such revocation include, but are not limited to, conviction pursuant to any violation of this chapter or conviction pursuant to any related state or federal law.  Failure to adhere to the standards set forth in this chapter or failure to permit the Department of Animal Control to inspect any establishment, business, or person regulated by this chapter during regular business hours shall be grounds for revocation of any said license.  License revocation notices shall be in writing, specify the number of days for animal removal, not to exceed seven (7) days, and shall state the grounds therefor.  Any person who receives such license revocation notice issued pursuant to this section may appeal such notice to the Animal Shelter Advisory Board within ten (10) days following the receipt of such notice.  Any such appeal shall be in writing, shall state the grounds therefor and shall be signed by the person bringing the appeal or his or her authorized representative.  Failure to file a timely appeal to a license revocation notice shall result in license revocation.  A hearing for an appeal shall be held within thirty (30) days of receipt of the notice of appeal before the Animal Shelter Advisory Board, which shall be the sole arbiter of the appeal.
(Ord. 2003-09, passed 8-11-03)