(a) The Health Authority will inspect each food establishment, lodging establishment or public pool prior to issuing a license and as deemed necessary by the Health Authority. The Health Authority will not issue a license until the food establishment, lodging establishment or public pool complies with the standards of this Article V as demonstrated by a satisfactory inspection.
(b) The Health Authority, after proper identification, will have the right to enter and have access to the food establishment, lodging establishment or public pool at any time during the conduct of business.
(c) The Health Authority will inspect each food establishment, lodging establishment or public pool as frequently as necessary during construction, and prior to opening for service to the public, to ensure that construction and operations are in conformance with this Article V.
(d) The licensee, owner or operator of a food establishment, lodging establishment, or public pool, upon receipt of a health inspection report giving notice of violations of this Article V must correct or remove each violation in the length of time determined by the Health Authority. Priority 1 and priority 2 designated food code violations must be complied with immediately or within 24 hours if not otherwise specified by the Health Authority. Failure to remove or correct each violation within the specified time period willconstitute a separate violation of this Article V. The Health Authority may issue orders to halt construction or remodeling, or to take corrective measures to ensure compliance with this Article V.
(e) The person in charge of the food establishment, lodging establishment or public pool must make available and allow copying of any and all relevant records necessary to ascertain compliance with this Article V within a reasonable time period.
(Ord. 87, passed 8-20-1956; recodified by Ord. 95-13, passed 8-7-1995; deleted by Ord. 2001-49, passed 11-19-2001; Added by Ord. 2007-9, passed 2-26-2007; Ord. 2019-14, passed 2-4-2019)