Any person aggrieved by the chief of police’s denial or revocation of a solicitation permit shall have a right to appeal such decision to the village administrator as provided in this section. Within five (5) business days after service of the chief of police’s notice of denial or revocation, the applicant or permit holder may make a written request for a hearing regarding the denial or revocation. The village administrator, after receipt of the written request for a hearing, shall set a time and date certain for such hearing within five business (5) days after such receipt. The village administrator shall give written notice of such hearing to the applicant or permit holder at least three (3) business days in advance of the hearing date. At the hearing, the applicant or permit holder may present and submit evidence and witnesses to rebut the reasons cited by the chief of police for revoking or denying the permit. Within two (2) business days after the close of the hearing, the village administrator shall render a decision in writing. The village administrator may reinstate a revoked permit, grant the requested permit or a renewal thereof, or affirm the chief of police’s decision. The action taken by the village administrator shall be final. (Ord. 21-O-41, 9-13-2021)