A.   Grounds For Revocation: The city manager may revoke and cancel any license issued by the city for fraud or misrepresentation in its procurement, or for a violation of any of the provisions of this code or any other ordinances of the city, or any state or federal statute. (Ord. 420, 11-1-1982; amd. 2003 Code)
   B.   Notice Of Denial Or Revocation: Denials of applications or revocations of city licenses shall be made in writing, and the applicant shall be notified by certified mail, return receipt requested. The notice shall be mailed within three (3) working days of denial or revocation.
   C.   Appeals:
      1.   An applicant, who has been denied a license or whose license has been revoked, may appeal said denial or revocation to the city council by notice in writing filed with the city clerk within ten (10) days of the date of denial or revocation. The notice shall state any reasons supporting the grant of a license, the applicant's correct mailing address, and shall be signed by the applicant. The city clerk shall cause the matter to be placed on the next regular city council agenda, not less than ten (10) days after receipt of notice of appeal. The applicant shall be notified in writing by certified mail, return receipt requested, of the date and time the matter will be considered on the agenda. The applicant may appear at the time and place and be heard.
      2.   If an appeal is taken, no license shall be issued while the same is pending.
   D.   Fee Disposition On Denial Or Revocation: Upon denial of a business license, the business license fee or an appropriate sum as established by resolution of the city council, whichever is less, shall be retained by the city as an administrative fee for processing the application and the balance, if any, shall be refunded to the applicant after the period for appeal has elapsed. The same fee shall be retained if the application is withdrawn prior to final city action. On revocation, the city shall retain the license fee. (Ord. 420, 11-1-1982)