§ 26-106. Notice of revocation.  


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  • If an amusement center licensed under this division is not being conducted in accordance with this article, the laws of the state or this Code or is being conducted in violation of the laws of this state, the city secretary may at any time give notice in writing to the operator, licensee, manager or other person in control of the operation and maintenance of such amusement center that the license issued for the amusement center may be revoked and cancelled. The notice of revocation and cancellation shall state that such revocation and cancellation shall become a final revocation and cancellation after the expiration of ten days from the date of the service of the notice upon the operator, licensee, manager or other person in charge of the amusement center unless on or before the expiration of the ten days the licensee, operator, manager or other person in charge of the amusement center shall file a written appeal addressed to the city council requesting a hearing upon the question of whether or not the license issued by the city shall be cancelled and revoked. The appeal if made and filed as prescribed in this section shall operate as a stay or postponement of the revocation and cancellation of the license issued until such time as the city council shall grant a hearing and make final adjudication upon the question of whether or not such license should be cancelled. Such hearing shall be held within 30 days after the date of the filing of such appeal. The action and judgment of the city council, after hearing all the evidence and facts, shall be final and conclusive as to all parties.

(Code 1968, § 7½-12)