Unless otherwise provided in this Article, the following definitions apply.
To provide notice “electronically” means to send written notice by email, facsimile or in any other manner that the Director designates as appropriate to transmit written information other than by mail or personal delivery.
To “mail” notice or give notice “by mail” means depositing the notice in a sealed envelope or package, clearly labeled to identify the individual to whom it is sent, in a post office, mailbox, or other facility regularly maintained by the United States Postal Service, by First Class Mail, with postage prepaid. The requirement that notice be mailed within a specified period of time means that the notice is deposited in the mail within that period of time.
“Personally deliver” or “personal delivery” means delivering notice or causing notice to be delivered in person.
“Notice” means notice of a hearing, decision, action required of an applicant for a permit or a Permittee, or any other information that this Article requires to be given or which the Entertainment Commission or the Director find appropriate in implementing the provisions of this Article.
Applicants for a permit and Permittees shall provide information necessary to enable the Entertainment Commission and the Director to give notice under this Article. Applicants and Permittees shall provide the Director in writing with a street address where the applicant and Permittee receive mail from the United States Postal Service, and with any email address, facsimile number or other information necessary to enable notice to be sent to the applicant and Permittee electronically. The applicant and Permittee shall keep the information required by this Section current by informing the Director in writing of any change. When the Commission or Director mails or personally delivers notice or sends notice electronically to the applicant or Permittee in accordance with the information most recently provided in writing by that Person, such action shall satisfy the requirements of this Article with respect to how notice is given.
In some circumstances, this Article requires notice to the Manager. The Permittee shall provide a telephone and/or cell phone number and a facsimile number or email address for the transmission of notice to the Manager. The Permittee shall keep current the contact information for the Manager and shall notify the Director in writing of any change in this information. The Manager may designate other individuals to whom notice is to be given for any periods of the Manager’s absence or unavailability by providing this information in writing to the Director. When the Commission or Director mails or personally delivers notice or sends notice electronically to the Manager, or to any individual designated by the Manager to receive notice in place of the Manager, in accordance with the information most recently provided in writing by the Permittee for the Manager, or by the Manager for his or her designee, such action shall satisfy the requirements of this Article that notice be given to the Manager.
The Director may require applicants, Permittees and Managers to provide different or additional contact information for receipt of notice as communication technologies change.
A Permittee may change the name and/or address of the individual provided by the Permittee in the permit application to accept service of process by providing written notice to the Director.
(Added by Ord. 252-70, App. 7/23/70; Ord. 238-09, File No. 080324, App. 11/20/2009)