Sec. 14-7-10.12. Revocation of permits.

(a) The police chief shall have the authority to revoke the residential parking permit of any person found to be in violation of Sections 14-7-10.1 through 14-7-10.10, and upon receipt of written notification of such revocation, the person shall surrender such permit to the police chief. Failure, when so requested, to surrender a preferential parking permit so revoked shall be a violation of Sections 14-7-10.1 through 14-7-10.10 and shall be punishable as an infraction.
(b) In the event the police chief has good cause to believe that any resident is abusing the visitor permit system described in Sections 14-7-10.1 through 14-7-10.10, he may deny further application for a visitor permit by such person abusing the system.
(c) Prior to revocation of any parking permit or denial of a permit application, the permit-issuing agent shall perform an investigation and report the findings of the investigation to the permit holder or applicant and the police department. All disputes with the findings of the investigation shall be presented to the permit-issuing agent within ten days from the notification of the proposed revocation or denial. Upon hearing any disputes, the permit-issuing agent shall either rescind the proposed action or recommend that the police chief enforce the proposed action. Based on the facts presented, the police chief shall have the right to enforce or rescind the proposed revocation or denial. Any person aggrieved by an action made by the police chief shall have the right to appeal to the city manager in a timely manner. (Ord. No. 1221, § 6 (part).)