(A)   Hearing. When a person licensed under the provisions of this chapter violates a provision of this chapter, or provides information toward the evaluation of soil or site conditions or the installation of an onsite wastewater treatment system that is false or erroneous, the Health Officer may require the appearance of that person at a hearing with the Health Officer.
      (1)   Written notice. The Health Officer shall give written notice to the licensee by regular, certified or registered mail stating as follows:
         (a)   The alleged violation or incident of providing false or erroneous information.
         (b)   An intent to consider revocation of the license.
         (c)   The time, date, and place of the hearing, which shall not be sooner than ten days after the date of the notice.
      (2)   Revocation/restrictions. The Health Officer may, with cause, suspend or revoke the license of a person or company licensed under the provisions of this chapter.
      (3)   Failure to appear. The failure of a licensee to appear at a hearing for which due notice was given shall constitute a waiver of the right to a hearing.
      (4)   Notification of findings. The Health Officer shall notify a licensee within ten days of a hearing of the findings.
   (B)   Board of Health hearing. When a license is suspended or revoked by the Health Officer, that person whose license was suspended or revoked may make a written request to the Health Officer for a hearing before the Board of Health Hearings Committee. The request for a hearing shall be made in accordance with §§ 176.15 through 176.17.
      (1)   Fees. A fee for a hearing request shall be in accordance with the current fee schedule adopted by the County Board as codified in § 178.01.
(Ord. [Bd of Health Ord., Art. V], passed 11-12-1996; Ord. [Bd of Health Ord., Art. V], passed 11-12-2013; Res. passed 2-10-2015; Ord. 17-0605, passed 6-13-2017)