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Pursuant to the procedures set forth in § 119.141, the Adult Use Commission may suspend for not more than 30 days, or revoke, any adult establishment license if the Adult Use Commission, based on credible and reasonably reliable information and evidence, determines that any one or more of the following has occurred.
(A) The licensee has violated any of the provisions or requirements of this chapter or the adult establishment license issued pursuant hereto, or the provisions of the County Zoning Ordinance applicable to the licensed premises or the adult entertainment establishment.
(B) The licensee knowingly or negligently furnished false or misleading information or withheld information on any application or other document submitted to the county for the issuance or renewal of any adult establishment license, or knowingly or negligently caused or suffered any other person to furnish or withhold any information on the licensee’s behalf.
(C) The licensee has committed a felony or specified criminal act on the licensed premises.
(D) The licensee authorizes, approves, or, as a result of the licensee’s negligent failure to supervise the licensed premises or the adult entertainment establishment, allows, an adult establishment employee, an adult establishment patron or any other person to violate any of the requirements of the adult establishment license issued pursuant hereto, or commit any felony or specified criminal act on the licensed premises.
(E) The licensee, or any person identified pursuant to § 119.038 becomes disqualified for the issuance of an adult establishment license at any time during the term of the license at issue.
(1980 Code, § 119.125) (Res. 99-320, passed 8-19-1999)