§ 117.20  REVOCATION OR SUSPENSION OF PERMIT.
   Any permit for a massage establishment may be revoked or suspended by the Superintendent of Police if the applicant or agent in his employ is involved in any violations, including, but not limited to, the following:
   (A)   Is convicted of any offense involving moral turpitude, obscenity, sexual misconduct, keeping or residing in a house of ill-fame, solicitation of a lewd or unlawful act, prostitution or pandering, the record of conviction being conclusive evidence thereof;
   (B)   Uses or permits to be used on the premises any narcotic or any controlled substance as described in Conn. Gen. Stat. §§ 21a-240 and 21a-242 to an extent or manner that the use is illegal or impairs his ability to direct the establishment and endangers the client or customer;
   (C)   Consumes or serves any alcoholic beverages on the premises;
   (D)   Allows contraband on the premises;
   (E)   Fails to maintain standards prescribed by the State Department of Health, the Health Department of the city and the Police Department;
   (F)   Furnishes or makes any misleading or false statement or report in relation to this chapter;
   (G)   Refuses to submit to the Superintendent of Police any reports or refuses to make available to the Superintendent of Police any records required by the Superintendent of Police to investigate the establishment for purposes associated with this chapter;
   (H)   Fails or refuses to submit to an investigation or inspection by persons authorized by the city to conduct fire, building, health or law enforcement related inspections;
   (I)   Fails to provide or maintain equipment and keep in a safe and sanitary condition the premises established for and used by clients and customers pursuant to minimum standards prescribed by the State Department of Health or the City Health Department;
   (J)   Employs any unpermitted masseurs and masseuses; and
   (K)   Willfully or deliberately violates any of the provisions of this chapter or the rules and regulations established by the Superintendent of Police or the Director of Health pursuant to this chapter.
(Ord. passed 11-7-1994)