Sec. 3-32.  Revocation and suspension of liquor license.


A retail license to sell alcoholic liquors, which this council is legally empowered to revoke, may be either revoked or suspended by the city council whenever it shall find, after notice and hear­ing as provided by law that the holder of any such license has violated any of the provisions of said Nebraska Liquor Control Act or of this chapter, or rule or regulation of the Nebraska Liquor Control Commission, or any statutory provision or ordi­nance of the city now existing or hereafter passed, enacted in the interest of good morals and decency; or for any one or more of the following causes:


(a)   It shall be cause for revocation or suspension as herein provided if the licensee, his manager or agent, shall allow any live person to appear, or have reasonable cause to believe that any live person shall appear in any licensed premises in a state of nudity, to provide entertainment, to provide service, to act as hostess, manager or owner, or to serve as an employee in any capacity.


(b)   For the purposes of this chapter, the term "nudity" shall mean the showing of the human male or female genitals, pubic area or buttocks or the human female breast includ­ing the nipple or any portion below the nipple with less than a full opaque covering.


(c)   Any place where alcoholic liquor is sold in violation of the provisions of the Nebraska Liquor Control Act or of this chapter, is hereby defined to be a nuisance and may be abated and suppressed after charges are made by the council and a hearing has thereon, pursuant to reasonable notice by registered or certified mail to the parties charged with maintaining such nuisance by any manner authorized by law or in equity. 


Source: Ord. No. 3373, § 1, 1-6-86; Ord. No. 3654, § 5, 6-19-89