(A)   Violations. Violations of this subchapter shall be as set forth in § 170.99.
   (B)   Notice of violation; requirements. Whenever the Health Officer determines that there are reasonable grounds to believe that there has been a violation of any provision of this subchapter, the Department shall give notice of the alleged violation to the owner and/or the person to whom the permit was issued, as herein provided. The notice shall:
      (1)   Be in writing;
      (2)   Include a statement of the reasons for the issuance of the notice;
      (3)   Allow reasonable time as determined by the Health Officer for the performance of any act it requires;
      (4)   Be served upon the owner, operator, or permit or registration holder as the case may require; provided that the notice or order shall be deemed to have been properly served upon the owner, operator, or permit or registration holder when a copy thereof has been sent by certified or registered mail to his or her last known address as furnished to the Lake County Health Department; or, when he or she has been served with the notice by any other method authorized by the laws of Illinois; and
      (5)   Contain an outline of remedial action, which is required to effect compliance with this subchapter.
   (C)   Emergencies. Whenever an emergency exists that requires immediate action to protect the public safety or health, the Health Officer may, without any administrative procedure and without notice of hearing, seek an injunction to require that such action be taken as the court may deem necessary to meet the emergency. Notwithstanding any other provision of this subchapter, the order shall be effective immediately.
   (D)   Revocation of approval. 
      (1)   Site conditions. Whenever the condition of a site approved for the construction or modification of a water well or closed loop well(s) has changed, or if any information considered in the approval of a water well or closed loop well(s) was omitted or found to be false or erroneous, the Health Officer may revoke the approval of a permit issued pursuant to the approval.
      (2)   Non-community water systems. After providing the opportunity for a hearing, the Health Officer may revoke a non-community water system permit if an imminent health hazard exists due to the condition of the water system as determined by inspection and or sampling of the water system.
      (3)   Revocation notice. Revocation of approval shall be in writing, posted at the site and mailed to the owner and licensed contractor, as applicable, by certified or registered mail.
         (a)   The notice shall contain information as follows:
            1.   A statement that work on the water well is prohibited;
            2.   An explanation of the reason(s) for the revocation of approval;
            3.   An outline of action required to obtain reinstatement of the approval, if determined; and
            4.   An explanation of rights and procedures for an administrative hearing.
         (b)   Unless the Health Officer receives a request for a hearing in accordance with § 170.10, the revocation of the approval shall be considered final.
(1977 Code, § 2:1-15) (Ord. [Bd of Health Ord., Art. XV] passed 11-13-2007; Am. Ord. 15-1242, passed 12-8-2015)