§ 1-10. Same—Specific permits, licenses, and registrations  


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  • (a) Except as provided in item (2) of this subsection pertaining to wrecker driver licenses, the licenses and permits enumerated in this subsection shall be denied if the applicant:

    (i) has been convicted of any of the enumerated offenses within the seven-year period immediately preceding the date of the filing of the application or has spent time in jail or prison during the seven-year period immediately preceding the date of filing of the application for such a conviction, or

    (ii) is subject to deferred adjudication in connection with any of the enumerated offenses and has not completed the period of supervision, or completed the period of supervision less than five years before the date of the application, pursuant to § 53.021 of the Texas Occupations Code.

    As to the wrecker driver license listed in item (2) of this subsection, the seven-year limitation shall not apply to any felony conviction for any sexual offense or offense involving violence, including, but not limited to, murder.

    Additionally, the following licenses and permits shall be subject to denial, revocation, or refusal for renewal, as applicable, if the licensee or permittee has been convicted of any of the designated offenses since the application was filed. Provided, however, no such license or permit shall be denied, revoked, or refused for renewal if the conviction was set aside as invalid or if it is found that the license or permit should not be denied, revoked, or refused for renewal under Chapter 53 of the Texas Occupations Code:

    (1) All licenses issued pursuant to article II of chapter 8 of this Code:

    a. Any violation of the ordinances or statutes regulating the sale, trade, servicing, storage, handling, dismantling, or destruction of any motor vehicle or motor vehicle parts, accessories, or supplies.

    b. Any violation of the ordinances or statutes regulating the business of selling, trading, storing, dismantling or destruction of motor vehicles or motor vehicle parts, accessories, or supplies.

    c. Any offense involving fraud or misrepresentation.

    d. Any offense involving theft, robbery, or burglary.

    e. Any offense involving bribery or perjury.

    f. Any offense involving violence to any person except for conduct that is classified as no greater than a Class C misdemeanor under the laws of Texas.

    g. Any felony conviction for any violation of any state or federal laws regulating firearms.

    h. For salesman licenses, in addition to the offenses listed in this subparagraph, any offense involving rape, sexual abuse, sexual assault, enticing of a child, rape of a child, sexual abuse of a child, or indecency with a child.

    The above listed offenses shall be grounds for denial, revocation, or refusal for renewal of the licenses issued pursuant to article II of chapter 8 as all licenses issued under that article allow persons to engage in businesses connected with the sale, trade, servicing, storage, handling, dismantling, or destruction of motor vehicles or motor vehicle parts, accessories or supplies and city council finds that persons engaged in such businesses have contact with the public or have special opportunities to engage in the offenses listed above due to the nature of the businesses and the lack of relevant technical knowledge on the part of many of those persons who deal with such businesses.

    (2) Wrecker driver licenses issued pursuant to subdivision B of division 2 of article III of chapter 8 of this Code:

    a. Any violation of the ordinances or statutes regulating the sale, trade, servicing, storage, towing, handling, dismantling, or destruction of any motor vehicle or motor vehicle parts, accessories, or supplies.

    b. Any offense involving fraud or misrepresentation.

    c. Any offense involving burglary, robbery, or misdemeanor or felony theft.

    d. Any offense involving bribery or perjury.

    e. Any offense involving violence to any person except for conduct that is classified as no greater than a Class C misdemeanor under the laws of Texas.

    f. Any felony conviction for any violation of any state or federal laws regulating firearms.

    g. Any offense involving forgery.

    h. Any offense involving the theft or unauthorized use of a motor vehicle, or burglary of a motor vehicle.

    i. Any offense involving prostitution or the promotion of prostitution.

    j. Any offense involving rape, sexual abuse, sexual assault, enticing of a child, rape of a child, sexual abuse of a child or indecency with a child.

    k. Any offense involving misdemeanor or felony possession or delivery of drugs.

    l. Four or more moving violations of the traffic laws of this state or any other state, each of which arises from a separate incident, occurring within any 12 month period during the three years immediately preceding the application for a license or of the notice of a hearing for revocation of a license.

    m. Any offense involving driving a motor vehicle while intoxicated, whether under the influence of alcohol or drugs, or both.

    The above listed offenses shall be grounds for denial, revocation, or refusal for renewal of a wrecker driver license issued pursuant to subdivision B of division 2 of article III of chapter 8 as that license allows persons to engage in an occupation in which there is a high degree of danger to the public through the involuntary towing and storage of automobiles, and city council finds that such activities involve substantial contact with the public including contact with persons whose vehicles may have become disabled at all hours of day and night and in remote locations. This occupation also affords special opportunities for theft and fraud. Therefore, there is a serious need to protect the public from the types of criminal conduct represented by such offenses.

    Provided, however, no such license or permit shall be denied, revoked or refused for renewal if any conviction was set aside as invalid or if it is found that the license should not be revoked, denied or refused for renewal under chapter 53 of the Texas Occupations Code.

    Additional provisions relating to the revocation, suspension, and refusal to renew wrecker driver licenses are established in article III of chapter 8 of this Code. The applicable provisions of chapter 8 are cumulative of the provisions of this section and shall also constitute grounds for the revocation, suspension or refusal to renew a wrecker driver license.

    (3) Licenses issued pursuant to section 5-171 of this Code authorizing a person to operate, use or maintain any room or place where persons are permitted to play at any game of dominoes, cards or other games:

    Any offense involving gambling or possession of gambling paraphernalia.

    Offenses involving gambling and the possession of gambling paraphernalia shall be grounds for denial, revocation or refusal for renewal of such licenses because these businesses offer special opportunities for gambling activities.

    (4) Licenses issued pursuant to the Fire Code of the city:

    a. All permits relating to explosives as required under the Fire Code: any offense involving arson or intoxication.

    b. All permits relating to flammable liquids as required the Fire Code: any offense involving arson or intoxication.

    c. All permits for a public fireworks display as required under the Fire Code: any offense involving arson or intoxication.

    d. All permits for open burning as required under the Fire Code: all offenses involving arson. The above listed offenses shall be grounds for denial, revocation, or refusal for renewal of the above listed Fire Code permits as city council finds that these permits authorize persons to handle substances that can cause substantial injury to persons or destruction of property through the willful or careless action of the permittee.

    (5) Licenses issued to crafted precious metals dealers pursuant to Chapter 7 of this Code:

    a. Any violation of the ordinances or statutes regulating the purchase or sale of crafted precious metals.

    b. Any offense involving fraud or misrepresentation.

    c. Any offense involving theft, robbery, or burglary.

    d. Any offense involving forgery.

    e. Any offense involving a false report to a peace officer, federal special investigator or law enforcement employee as described in Chapter 37 of the Texas Penal Code.

    f. Any offense involving tampering with or fabricating physical evidence as described in Chapter 37 of the Texas Penal Code.

    g. Any offense involving tampering with a governmental record as described in Chapter 37 of the Texas Penal Code.

    The above listed offenses shall be grounds for denial or revocation of, or refusal to renew a precious metals dealer's license issued pursuant to Chapter 7, Article IV, because the license allows persons to engage in a business in which there is a high degree of opportunity for unlawful practices relating to the crafted precious metals trade. The precious metals business also affords special opportunities for theft, fraud, and false reporting. Therefore, there is a serious need to protect the public from the types of criminal conduct represented by these offenses.

    (6) Licenses issued to metal recyclers or secondhand metal dealers pursuant to section 7-56 of this Code:

    a. Any offense involving state felony, Class A, or Class B criminal mischief.

    b. Any offense involving Interference with Railroad Property that is greater than Class C misdemeanor under the laws of Texas.

    c. Any offense involving theft, robbery, or burglary.

    d. Any offense involving state criminal trespass that is greater than a Class C misdemeanor under the laws of Texas.

    e. Any offense involving tampering with identification numbers under the laws of Texas.

    (b) The authorizations enumerated in this subsection shall be denied if the applicant has been convicted of any of the designated offenses within the five-year period immediately preceding the date of the filing of the application or has spent time in jail or prison during the five-year period immediately preceding the date of the filing of the application for such a conviction. Additionally the following authorizations shall be subject to denial, revocation, or refusal for renewal, as applicable, if the holder has been convicted of any of the designated offenses since the application was filed. Provided however, no such authorization shall be denied, revoked or refused for renewal if the conviction was set aside as invalid or if it is found that the authorization should not be denied, revoked or refused for renewal under chapter 53 of the Texas Occupations Code:

    (1) Authorizations for private storage lots issued pursuant to chapter 8, article III, division 3 of this Code:

    a. Any offense involving fraud or theft;

    b. Any offense involving the unauthorized use of a motor vehicle;

    c. Any offense involving forgery;

    d. Any violation of state or federal laws regulating firearms;

    e. Any offense involving violence to any person except for conduct that is classified as no greater than a Class C misdemeanor under the laws of the state;

    f. Any offense involving the possession, use of or sale of drugs except for conduct that is classified as no greater than a Class C misdemeanor under the laws of this state;

    g. Any offense involving prostitution or the promotion of prostitution;

    h. Any offense involving rape, sexual abuse, sexual assault, rape of a child, sexual abuse of a child or indecency with a child; or

    i. Any violation of state laws relating to the operation of motor vehicle storage lots.

    The above listed offenses shall be grounds for the denial, revocation or nonrenewal of authorizations issued under division 3, article III of chapter 8, as enumerated, because the authorizations thereunder allow persons to engage in businesses and occupations in which there is a high degree of danger to the public through the voluntary or involuntary storage of automobiles. Such activities involve substantial contact with the public including contact with persons whose vehicles have become disabled at all hours of day and night. These businesses also afford special opportunities for theft and fraud. Therefore, there is a serious need to protect the public from the types of criminal conduct represented by such offenses.

    (2) Permits for sexually oriented business enterprise entertainers and managers issued pursuant to article VIII of chapter 28 of this Code:

    a. Any of the following offenses as described in chapter 43 of the Texas Penal Code:

    (i) Prostitution;

    (ii) Promotion of prostitution;

    (iii) Aggravated promotion of prostitution;

    (iv) Compelling prostitution;

    (v) Obscenity;

    (vi) Sale, distribution or display of harmful material to a minor;

    (vii) Sexual performance by a child;

    (viii) Employment harmful to children; or

    (ix) Possession or promotion of child pornography;

    b. Any of the following offenses as described in chapter 21 of the Texas Penal Code:

    (i) Public lewdness;

    (ii) Indecent exposure; or

    (iii) Indecency with a child;

    c. Sexual assault or aggravated sexual assault as described in chapter 22 of the Texas Penal Code;

    d. Harboring a runaway child as described in chapter 25 of the Texas Penal Code;

    e. Criminal attempt, conspiracy or solicitation to commit any of the above offenses; or

    f. Any violation of article VIII of chapter 28 of this Code.

    The above-listed offenses shall be grounds for the denial, revocation or refusal for renewal of a permit under article VIII of chapter 28 of this Code because persons who hold that permit are employed by sexually oriented businesses where there is a high degree of opportunity for unlawful sexual conduct or the solicitation thereof, lewd conduct, obscenity offenses, and conduct harmful to minors. Therefore, the enumerated offenses are directly related to the duties and responsibilities authorized by the subject permit. There is a serious need to protect members of the public and fellow employees of sexually oriented business enterprises from persons who have the foregoing criminal histories.

    (3) All certificates, licenses, permits, registrations, and other authorizations issued pursuant to chapter 47, article XI of this Code:

    a. Any offense involving violation of federal, state and local litter, special waste and hazardous waste laws including, without limitation, those relating to permitting of transporters and biological pretreatment.

    b. Any offense involving fraud or misrepresentation.

    c. Any offense involving forgery.

    The above listed offenses shall be grounds for the denial, revocation or refusal to renew certificates, licenses, permits, registrations and other authorizations pursuant to chapter 47, article XI of this Code because the holders thereof engage in activities where there is a high degree of opportunity for the unlawful handling or disposition of waste materials or the alteration or fabrication of records relating thereto.

    (4) Permits for valet parking services issued pursuant to chapter 26, article VII, division 2 of this Code:

    a. Any offense involving burglary, fraud or theft;

    b. Any offense involving the unauthorized use of a motor vehicle;

    c. Any offense involving forgery;

    d. Any violation of state or federal laws regulating firearms;

    e. Any offense involving violence to any person except for conduct that is classified as no greater than a Class C misdemeanor under the laws of the state;

    f. Any offense involving the possession, use of or sale of drugs except for conduct that is classified as no greater than a Class C misdemeanor under the laws of this state;

    g. Any violation of state laws relating to the operation of motor vehicle storage lots.

    h. Any offense involving driving a motor vehicle while intoxicated, whether under the influence of alcohol or drugs, or both.

    The above listed offenses shall be grounds for the denial, revocation or nonrenewal of permits issued under division 2 of article VII of chapter 26, as enumerated, because the authorizations thereunder allow persons to engage in businesses and occupations in which there is a high degree of danger to the public through the operation of automobiles. Such activities involve substantial contact with the public, including assuming possession of automobiles owned by members of the public. These businesses also afford special opportunities for theft and fraud. Therefore, there is a serious need to protect the public from the types of criminal conduct represented by such offenses.

    (5) Permits for vehicle immobilization services issued pursuant to chapter 26, article X, division 2 of this Code:

    a. Any offense involving burglary, fraud or theft;

    b. Any offense involving the unauthorized use of a motor vehicle;

    c. Any offense involving forgery;

    d. Any violation of state or federal laws regulating firearms;

    e. Any offense involving violence to any person except for conduct that is classified as no greater than a Class C misdemeanor under the laws of the state;

    f. Any offense involving the possession, use of or sale of drugs except for conduct that is classified as no greater than a Class C misdemeanor under the laws of this state;

    g. Any violation of state laws relating to the operation of motor vehicle storage lots; and

    h. Any offense involving driving a motor vehicle while intoxicated, whether under the influence of alcohol or drugs, or both.

    The above listed offenses shall be grounds for the denial, revocation or nonrenewal of permits issued under division 2, article X of chapter 26 of this Code, as enumerated, because the authorizations thereunder allow persons to engage in businesses and occupations in which there is a high degree of danger to the public through the immobilization of automobiles. Such activities involve substantial contact with the public, including contact with persons whose vehicles may be rendered inoperable by an immobilization device at all hours of the day and night. These businesses also afford special opportunities for theft and fraud. Therefore, there is a serious need to protect the public from the types of criminal conduct represented by such offenses.

    (6) Registrations for boarding homes and boarding home operators issued pursuant to chapter 28, article XIV of this Code:

    a. Any offense involving fraud or theft;

    b. Any offense involving forgery;

    c. Any violation of state or federal laws regulating firearms;

    d. Any offense involving the possession, use of or sale of drugs except for conduct that is classified as no greater than a Class C misdemeanor under the laws of this state;

    e. Any offense involving prostitution or the promotion of prostitution;

    f. Any offense involving rape, sexual abuse, sexual assault, rape of a child, sexual abuse of a child or indecency with a child;

    g. Any other felony offense listed under Title 5 to the Texas Penal Code.

    The above listed offenses shall be grounds for the denial, revocation or nonrenewal of authorizations issued under article XIV of chapter 28, as enumerated, because the authorizations thereunder allow persons to engage in businesses and occupations in which there is a high degree of danger to the elderly, the disabled, and members of the general public through the operation of boarding homes. Such activities involve the operation of boarding homes and providing direct personal assistance and services in a closed facility to disabled and elderly individuals who cannot fend for themselves; such assistance and services include lodging, meal preparation, light housework, transportation, grocery shopping, money management, and assistance with self-administration of medication. Providing these services affords special opportunities for theft, fraud, personal and sexual abuse, assault, transportation related offenses and injuries ,misuse and theft of drugs, assault with a deadly weapon, and other crimes traditionally committed against the infirm and the defenseless. Therefore, there is a serious need to protect the individuals housed in these facilities and members of the general public from the types of criminal conduct represented by such offenses.

    (7) Licenses issued for dance halls pursuant to chapter 5, article III, of this Code:

    a. Any offense involving fraud or misrepresentation;

    b. Any offense involving bribery or perjury;

    c. Any offense involving violence to any person except for conduct that is classified as no greater than a class C misdemeanor under the laws of Texas;

    d. Any felony conviction for any violation of any state or federal laws regulating firearms;

    e. Any violation of the Texas liquor laws;

    f. Any offense involving prostitution or aiding, abetting, or promotion of prostitution; or

    g. Any violation of the Texas Controlled Substances Act or other state or federal law regulating drugs that permits punishment of confinement for one year or more upon conviction for such violation.

    The above listed offenses shall be grounds for denial, revocation or refusal for renewal of dance hall licenses issued pursuant to article III, chapter 5 of this Code, as licenses authorized thereunder allow persons to engage in businesses and occupations in which there is a high degree of personal contact with and danger to the public and a serious need to protect the members of the public patronizing dance halls from the type of criminal conduct represented by such offenses.

    (8) Occupational licenses or permits issued to, or in connection with, the following businesses or occupations:

    TYPE OF PERMIT CODE
    REFERENCE*
    Ambulance Permits 4-1 thru 4-19
    Antique Dealers, Precious Metals Dealers, Resale Media & Clothing Dealers 7-16 thru 7-50
    Automotive Body Repair Shop 21-166(a)(1)
    Automotive Parts Rebuilder 8-16, 8-51, et seq.
    Automotive Rebuilder and Dismantler 8-16, 8-51, et seq.
    Automotive Repair Facility 8-16, 8-51, et seq.
    Automotive Storage Lot Operator 8-16, 8-51, et seq.
    Body Shop Facility With Storage Privileges 8-16, 8-51, et seq.; 20-166(a)(1)
    Carnival Amusement 5-16 thru 5-45
    Charter Bus Operator 46-211(a)
    Common Market 7-108(a)
    Concrete Crushing Site 21-167, et seq.
    Dance Hall 5-71, et seq.
    Dealer—Vehicles, Parts, Accessories 8-16, 8-51, et seq.
    Drain Layer 47-221; Plumbing Code § 104
    Dealer In Motor Vehicles 8-16, 8-51, et seq.
    Dry Cleaning Plant 21-166(a)(3); Fire Code 105.6.12
    Farmers Market 20-186, et seq.
    Food Dealers (restaurants, street vendors, etc.) 20-36 thru 20-44
    Gas Dispensing Site 21-166(a)(2)
    House Mover 10-84
    House Repair or Resale Lot 10-49(e)
    Jitney Permit 46-321 thru 46-370
    Kennel License 6-121 thru 6-126
    Limousine Permit 46-331, et seq.
    Low Speed Shuttle Permit 46-391, et seq.
    Metal Recycler/Secondhand Metal Dealers and Resellers 7-51 thru 7-80
    Mini Warehouse 27-1 thru 27-6
    Parking Facility 8-16, 8-51, et seq.
    Pedicab Permit 46-141 thru 46-190
    Retail Supply Dealer 8-16, 8-51, et seq.
    School Vehicles 46-276 thru 46-320
    Secondhand Reseller 7-57(b)
    Sexually Oriented Businesses 28-81 thru 28-150
    Sidewalk Sales and Performances (food; merchandise) 40-261 thru 40-280
    Skeet Club/Shooting Gallery 5-139
    Storage Lot 8-16, 8-51, et seq.
    Street Vendors 22-1 thru 22-50
    Swimming Pools 43-31 thru 43-39
    Taxicabs 46-16 thru 46-140
    Tire Transporter 21-198(c)
    Used Parts & Used Accessory Dealer 8-16, 8-51, et seq
    Used vehicle sales lot 21-166(a)(4)
    Valet Parking Services 26-371 thru 26-452
    Vehicle Immobilization Service 26-651, et seq.
    Wholesale Auto Jobber & Supply Dealer 8-16, 8-51, et seq.
    * All references are to the numbered sections of the City's Code of Ordinances unless otherwise specified.

     

    a. A conviction of either criminal offense defined in the Texas Pay Day Act, Texas Labor Code, Section 61.019; or

    b. A conviction of the criminal offense of theft of service defined in Texas Penal Code, Section 31.04(a)(4).

    For purposes of this item, conviction means that a final adjudication of guilt relating to a criminal offense described in this item has been entered that has not been satisfied and for which no further appeal is available; the conviction shall be grounds for the denial, revocation or nonrenewal of any occupational license or permit issued to any business or occupation described in this item for a period of five years following the date of such conviction."

    (c) The licenses and permits enumerated in this subsection shall be denied if the applicant (i) has been convicted of any of the designated offenses within the ten-year period immediately preceding the date of the filing of the application or has spent time in jail or prison during the ten-year period immediately preceding the date of filing of the application for such a conviction, or (ii) is subject to deferred adjudication in connection with any of the above offenses. Additionally, the following licenses and permits shall be subject to denial, revocation, or refusal for renewal, as applicable, if the licensee or permittee has been convicted of any of the designated offenses since the application was filed. Provided, however, no such license or permit shall be denied, revoked, or refused for renewal if the conviction was set aside as invalid or if it is found that the license or permit should not be denied, revoked or refused for renewal under chapter 53 of the Texas Occupations Code:

    SGT licenses issued pursuant to section 9-58 of this Code and licenses issued pursuant to chapter 46 of this Code for school vehicle operators, pedicab operators and drivers, low-speed shuttle operators and drivers, charter or sightseeing service operators and drivers, chauffeured limousine service operators and drivers, taxicab drivers, and jitney drivers, and permits issued for taxicabs, pedicabs, low-speed shuttles, and jitneys, and franchises issued pursuant to uncodified ordinances for school bus operators:

    a. Any offense involving fraud or theft;

    b. Any offense involving forgery;

    c. Any offense involving the unauthorized use of a motor vehicle;

    d. Any violation of state or federal laws regulating firearms;

    e. Any offense involving violence to any person except for conduct that is classified as no greater than a Class C misdemeanor under the laws of Texas;

    f. Any offense involving prostitution or the promotion of prostitution;

    g. Any offense involving rape, sexual abuse, sexual assault, rape of a child, sexual abuse of a child, indecency with a child, or resulting in designation of the individual as a "registered sex offender" by any state or by the federal government;

    h. Any offense involving the use of or sale of drugs;

    In addition to the offenses listed above, the following shall apply to franchises for school bus operators and licenses for school vehicle operators, taxicab drivers, pedicab drivers, low-speed shuttle drivers, jitney drivers and chauffeured limousine drivers;

    i. Three or more moving violations of the traffic laws of this state or any other state if such violations occurred within the two years immediately preceding the application for or renewal of a franchise or license or of the notice of a hearing for revocation of a franchise or license.

    In addition to the offenses listed above, the following shall apply to franchises for school bus operators and licenses for school vehicle operators, limousine drivers, pedicab drivers, low-speed shuttle drivers, taxicab drivers, and jitney drivers;

    j. Any offense involving driving a motor vehicle while intoxicated, whether under the influence of alcohol or drugs, or both.

    Each of the foregoing provisions of this subsection shall also be applicable to persons proposed to be listed as drivers by school vehicle licensees and applicants, school bus franchisees and applicants, and SGT licensees and applicants.

    The above listed offenses shall be grounds for denial, revocation or refusal for renewal of the above listed licenses, permits, franchises, and listings of drivers authorized thereunder as they allow persons to engage in businesses and occupations in which there is a high degree of personal contact with and danger to the public and a serious need to protect the members of the public utilizing public transportation services from the type of criminal conduct represented by such offenses.

    (d) This section shall not limit the right of the city to deny, revoke or refuse to renew any license or permit on any grounds set out in the ordinance relating to such license or permit except insofar as such license or permit is denied or revoked on the basis of a criminal conviction.

(Ord. No. 85-2121, §§ 2, 3, 12-10-85; Ord. No. 90-14, § 6, 1-10-90; Ord. No. 90-253, § 1, 2-28-90; Ord. No. 92-1093, § 26, 8-12-92; Ord. No. 95-613, § 2, 6-14-95; Ord. No. 97-75, § 5, 1-15-97; Ord. No. 97-196, § 2, 2-19-97; Ord. No. 99-1331, § 2, 12-15-99; Ord. No. 00-960, § 1, 11-1-00; Ord. No. 01-1079, § 2, 12-5-01; Ord. No. 03-703, § 4, 7-30-03; Ord. No. 03-1046, § 1, 11-12-03; Ord. No. 03-1319, § 2, 12-23-03; Ord. No. 03-1324, § 1, 12-23-03; Ord. No. 05-116, §§ 2, 3, 2-9-05; Ord. No. 07-227, §§ 12, 13, 14, 2-14-07; Ord. No. 07-1111, § 3, 10-3-07; Ord. No. 08-847, § 4, 9-24-08; Ord. No. 2010-834, §§ 2—4, 10-27-2010; Ord. No. 2011-489, § 2, 6-22-2011; Ord. No. 2013-111, § 19, 2-6-2013; Ord. No. 2013-157, §§ 2, 3, 2-20-2012; Ord. No. 2013-613, § 3, 6-19-2013; Ord. No. 2013-674, §§ 4, 5, 7-24-2013; Ord. No. 2013-1081, § 2, 11-20-2013; Ord. No. 2013-1159, §§ 16, 17, 12-11-2013; Ord. No. 2014-482, § 22, 5-28-2014)