The Chief of Police shall issue a Public Bath House Permit within 14 days following a hearing if all the requirements for a public bath house described in this Article are met and shall issue a permit to any person who has applied for a permit to operate a public bath house unless he finds:
That the operation as proposed by the applicant if permitted would not comply with all applicable laws including, but not limited to, the City’s Building, Health, City Planning and Fire Codes, or regulations adopted by the Chief of Police.
That the applicant or any other person who will be directly engaged in the management and operation of a public bath house has been convicted of:
An offense involving conduct which requires registration pursuant to Section 290 of the Penal Code.
An offense involving the use of force and violence upon the person of another that amounts to a felony.
An offense involving sexual misconduct with children.
An offense as defined under Sections 311, 647(a), 647a, 315, 316, or 318 of the Penal Code of the State of California.
The Chief of Police shall disregard any conviction mentioned in Subsections (a), (b), (c) or (d) of this Section if he finds that the applicant has fully completed any sentence imposed because of such conviction and has fully complied with any conditions imposed because of such conviction, which conviction has occurred at least three years prior to the date of application and the applicant has not subsequently been convicted of any of the crimes herein mentioned nor has suffered any subsequent felony convictions involving the use of force or violence on the person of another.
(Added by Ord. 23-73, App. 1/19/73)