Sec. 6-76. Grounds for Denial.

 

Sec. 6-76. Grounds for denial.
 
The following factors shall constitute grounds for the denial of a permit required by the provisions of this division:
 
(1) A finding by the city manager or his authorized designee that the applicant has falsified his application in a material manner.
 
(2) A finding by the city manager or his authorized designee that the applicant or any of his designated managerial employees has a criminal record which reveals any convictions for violations of any drug control law or any other pattern of criminal misconduct involving moral turpitude.
 
(3) A finding by the city manager or his authorized designee that the applicant consistently fails to cooperate with law enforcement personnel in the exercise of their official duties.
 
(4) A finding by the city manager or his authorized designee that the application is not properly completed as required herein.
 
(5) A finding by the city manager or his authorized designee that the proposed center fails to comply with the provisions of this article.
 
No other factors shall be sufficient grounds for denial of an application for a permit. (Ord. of 4-8-75, § 26-19)
 
Last updated date: 10/23/2006 4:15:21 PM