§ 2616.

REVOCATION OR SUSPENSION OF PERMIT TO OPERATE A PUBLIC BATH HOUSE

Any permit issued for a public bath house may be revoked or suspended by the Chief of Police, after a hearing, for good cause, in any case where any of the provisions of this Article are knowingly violated, or where any employee of the permittee is engaging in any conduct which violates any state or local laws or ordinances at permittee’s place of business where permittee has actual or constructive knowledge or by due diligence should have actual or constructive knowledge of such violations, or in any case where the permittee refuses to permit any duly authorized officer of the City to inspect the premises or the operations therein. Such permit may also be revoked or suspended by the Chief of Police, after hearing, upon the representation of the Director of Public Health that such business is being managed, conducted, or maintained without regard for the public health or health of patrons or customers, or without due regard to proper sanitation or hygiene.

History

(Added by Ord. 23-73, App. 1/19/73)

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