Chapter 6.30
PERMIT REVOCATION AND APPEAL

Sections:

6.30.010    Permit – Revocation conditions.

6.30.020    Appeals procedure.

6.30.010 Permit – Revocation conditions.

A. Any permit issued pursuant to this title may be revoked if, after investigation and duly noticed hearing, the director finds any or the following to be true:

1. The permittee, his agent or employee has been convicted of any offense involving the violation of Sections 596 to 599, inclusive, of the Penal Code or is in violation of any zoning, health and safety, building or other law relating to the keeping of animals; and

2. The permittee has changed the location of his residence or his place of business, or is no longer the owner of the animal for which the permit was issued.

B. If, after investigation, the director concludes that it is probable that one or more of the above grounds for revocation has occurred, he shall cause written notices thereof to be transmitted by certified mail to the address of the permittee. Such notice shall specify the grounds of possible revocation of the permit, and shall specify a date and time for an informal hearing to be held before the director thereon. The date shall not be less than five days following the date of deposit of the notice in the mail.

C. After the informal hearing, the director may revoke the permit and modify the terms thereof, depending upon the permittee’s ability and/or willingness to comply with the requirements of this chapter.

D. No person shall operate a business or maintain animals in the city during any time in which the permit for such business or maintenance has been revoked. (Ord. 1244 § 2, 1987)

6.30.020 Appeals procedure.

Any person aggrieved by any decision or action resulting from the application of this chapter may appeal in accordance with the provisions of Chapter 1.22 LMC. The filing of an appeal shall stay the decision or actions appealed from; provided, that the filing of an appeal shall not stay any order of suspension or revocation. (Ord. 2052 § 1(M), 2017; Ord. 1244 § 2, 1987)