A. The Administrator may deny, suspend, or revoke a dispensary permit for failure to comply with this chapter or rules adopted under this chapter, for submitting falsified information to the City for the Oregon Health Authority, or for noncompliance with any other City ordinances.
1. Any suspension or revocation pursuant to this section shall be in writing, setting forth the reasons therefore, and giving the permittee written notice by first-class United States Mail at least five days prior to effective date of the revocation or suspension.
2. A decision to deny, suspend, or revoke a dispensary permit may be appealed as provided in AMC 2.30. The findings of the hearings officer shall be final and conclusive, and shall be served upon the appellant in the manner prescribed for service of notice of hearing.
B. In addition to the remedies of suspension and revocation, failure to comply with the requirements of this chapter may be prosecuted as a Class I violation, punishable as provided in AMC 1.08.020 through 1.08.030.
C. In addition to the remedies of suspension and revocation, submitting false or fraudulent information to the City may be prosecuted as a Class C misdemeanor, subject to AMC 1.08.
D. The remedies provided in this section are not exclusive and shall not prevent the City from exercising any other remedy available under the law, nor shall the provisions of this chapter prohibit or restrict the City or other appropriate prosecutor from pursuing criminal charges under state law or City ordinance. (Ord. 3099, amended, 2014)