The cost of a license shall be as set forth in section 41.01 of
residential property shall have
successfully completed a mandatory crime free housing
seminary, administered by the Schaumburg police department,
prior t issuance of the license. The seminar may
be attended after an application has been submitted. The
license will be issued after successful completion of the
A rooming house shall comply with other conditions of this code
dealing with rooming houses.
The license must be displayed in
a conspicuous place within the rooming house at all times.
The village manager may require inspections to determine whether
the location in connection with which
such license is in compliance
with the applicable provisions of this chapter and with the
applicable rules and regulations pursuant thereto. After
inspection, no such license shall be issued unless the
location is found to meet all applicable requirements of this
chapter and applicable rules and regulations pursuant thereto.
Locations that change ownership
may be required to be inspected before a new license can be
issued. After inspection, no such license shall be
issued unless the location is found to meet all applicable
requirements of this chapter and applicable rules and
regulations pursuant thereto.
(1) Whenever, upon inspection of the
location, the director of community development or designee
finds that conditions
or practices exist which
are in a violation of the provisions of this chapter or of
any applicable rules and regulations pursuant thereto, the
owner shall be served with notice of each violation in
the manner hereafter provided. Such notice shall state
that unless the violations cited are corrected within
reasonable time, the license may be suspended.
(2) At the end of the time allowed for
correction of any violation cited, the director of community
development or designee
shall reinspect the
location, and if the reinspection reveals that such
conditions have not been corrected, a request to the village
manager to suspend the license may be made.
(3) Any person whose license has been recommended for
suspension shall be entitled to an appeal to the village
in the manager provided by
this title. Any written request for appeal shall be
filed with the village manager within fifteen (15 days
following the issuance of the notice.
(4) If, upon reinspection, the director of
community development or designee finds that the location in
which the notice was
issued is now in compliance with this chapter and with the
applicable rules and regulations issued pursuant thereto, a
recommendation of the reinstatement of the license may be
made to the village manager.
(5) When the director of community development or
designee determines after an initial inspection that
inspections are necessary for
enforcement of this chapter, two (2) additional follow up
inspections for noncompliance shall be granted each
license holder without charge. In the event more than
two (2) follow up inspections are needed, the license holder
shall be assessed a noncompliance inspection service charge
as established in section 41.01 of this code per
division/inspection type required to make the
reinspection. Payments must be made in full prior to
the license being renewed. Failure to pay any balance
wills serve as grounds to deny further permits or licenses
from being issued by the village.
(Ord. 09-071, passed 60-23-2009)