And yet none of those apply to the Gold Buyer business unless the employee was an officer. Try again.Sec. 3-36. Suspension of revocationÂGenerally.permanen t link to this piece of content
The city council may, in addition to other penalties provided by ordinance, suspend or revoke a license issued pursuant to this chapter if the licensee or his employees or agents shall have been shown to be guilty of, to have violated, or to be involved in, any of the following:
An offense resulting in a conviction involving the use of force or violence upon the person of another in the operation of the business of licensee;
A conviction of a crime involving a felony by licensee or any of the officers or the managing officer of licensee;
Any false, misleading or fraudulent statement of fact in the license application for the licensee or in any other document required by the city in conjunction therewith;
Violation of any of the provisions of this chapter or any of the laws of this city;
Violation of the laws of the federal or state government, or any rule or regulation pertaining to the sale and licensing of intoxicating liquors;
Operation of the business in such a manner that it constitutes a nuisance to the neighborhood;
Conduct by the officers, employees, or managing officers of the licensee such as public drunkenness when working or while on the premises, indecent exposure when working or when on the premises or other conduct which shows improper conduct by an individual who is licensed pursuant to this chapter.
Lack of proper control of customers. The licensee shall use good judgment in the sale of intoxicating beverages and shall not sell same to persons obviously intoxicated. If any customer becomes unruly or abusive, it shall be the duty of the licensee to call and fully cooperate with police, or other law enforcement authority. The licensee shall take appropriate and necessary steps to supervise the premises immediately outside the liquor establishment, shall keep said premises free from litter, and shall not allow the premises to become a gathering location for the liquor establishment's customers. This is not an exhaustive list, but only provided as an example of the type of behavior that may result in the suspension or revocation of license
You just have a score to settle with the Gold Buyer, don't you?