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(1) Upon determining that a licensed activity or device presents an immediate danger to person or property, or that insurance or bond required by this code or rules promulgated hereunder has lapsed, been canceled, is inadequate, or less than the required amount, the city manager may summarily suspend the license for the activity or device.

(2) The suspension takes effect immediately upon notice of the suspension being received by the licensee, or being delivered to the licensee’s business address as stated on the licensee’s application for the license being suspended. Such a notice shall state the reason for the suspension and inform the licensee of the provisions for appeal under section 2.021.

(3) The city may continue a suspension as long as the reason for the suspension exists or until a determination on appeal regarding the suspension is made under section 2.021.

(Section 3.055 amended by Ordinance No. 17740, enacted August 23, 1976; Ordinance No. 18197, enacted May 24, 1978; Ordinance No. 19321, enacted April 22, 1985; Ordinance No. 19742, enacted January 14, 1991, effective February 14, 1991; Ordinance No. 19914, enacted April 28, 1993, effective May 28, 1993; Ordinance No. 19929, enacted September 13, 1993; effective October 13, 1993; Ordinance No. 20058, enacted September 9, 1996, effective October 9, 1996.)