§ 23.


All other applications for the issuance, transfer or revocation of permits shall be subject to action on or issuance by the department or office specified by law or ordinance; provided, however, that those classes of business or occupation required to secure quarterly or other periodical permits from the Entertainment Commission or Police, Health or Fire Departments, respectively, as provided by ordinance shall, after their original approval and issuance thereof by the department concerned, be subject to issuance by the Tax Collector for each successive period on the application of the person, firm or corporation conducting such business or occupation. The Tax Collector is hereby authorized to issue the license for the next quarter or other period fixed by law or ordinance unless:

1. The department issuing the permit files written objection with the Tax Collector to such renewal or continuance;

2. The permittee does not have a current business tax registration certificate, when such business tax registration certificate is required pursuant to Article 12 of the Business and Tax Regulations Code.

In case of any such objection by the department concerned, or when the permittee does not have a current business tax registration certificate when so required by Article 12 of the Business and Tax Regulations Code, the license applied for shall not be continued or renewed by the Tax Collector, and the applicant therefor must file application with said department for the renewal or continuance of the original permit.

The Tax Collector shall, within 45 days after the expiration of the period covered by any quarterly or other periodical permit, notify the department authorized to issue said permit of the failure of any permit holder to apply for a renewal or a continuance thereof, and shall likewise immediately notify the Chief of Police or Entertainment Commission of any delinquency on the part of any permit holder in paying the fees required by law or ordinance for such permit.


(Amended by Ord. 345-88, App. 8/4/88; Ord. 193-05, File No. 051027, App. 7/29/2005)


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