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(A) Any adult entertainment business license may be revoked or suspended by the Town Marshal if the Marshal finds that:
(1) The licensee has violated any of the provisions of this chapter regulating adult entertainment businesses;
(2) The licensee violates, or has violated within the last ten years, any state statute pertaining to obscenity, public indecency, sex crimes, or allowing minors to perform as employees, or the licensee knowingly or under circumstances where the licensee should have known of the offending conduct, employs individuals who violate or have violated any such state statute;
(3) The licensee has knowingly furnished false or misleading information, or withheld relevant information on any application for any license or permit required by this chapter, or knowingly caused or suffered another to furnish or withhold such information on his or her behalf;
(4) The licensee knowingly or under circumstances where the licensee should have known of the offending conduct, permitted any violation of applicable state or municipal law to occur on the licensed premises.
(B) The notice of revocation shall be sent by certified mail to the licensee at the address on the permit at least ten days in advance of the revocation date.
(Ord. 14, 2003, passed 12-8-2003) Penalty, see § 111.99