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(a) It shall be unlawful for any person to operate any food facility, vending machine business, food processing establishment, or any other food handling business without first applying for and receiving a food vending permit issued by the Department.
(b) Every applicant for a food vending permit shall file with the Department a written application which shall state the name and address of the applicant, the character and location of the activity for which a permit is required and such other information as the Health Department may require. Applicants for a permit to operate a mobile food preparation unit shall, in addition, provide a list of three service stops which shall include the address of exact location and time of each stop.
(c) A permit may be issued when investigation has determined that the proposed facility and its method of operation will conform to all applicable laws and regulations. A permit is nontransferable and would be valid only for the person, locations, type of food sales, or distribution activity approved and for the time period indicated.
(d) A permit may be suspended or revoked for violation of any provisions of applicable law or regulation. Any food facility, vending machine business, food processing establishment, or any other food handling business for which the permit has been suspended or revoked shall close and remain closed until the permit has been reinstated or a new permit issued.
(e) Permits may be granted at any time during the year. A permit shall be posted in a conspicuous place on the premises or vehicle for which it is issued. (Ord. 5353 § 1 (part); February 2, 1993.)