It shall be unlawful for any person to operate a food establishment within the jurisdiction of Macon County who does not possess a valid permit issued to that person. Only a person who complies with the requirement of this chapter shall be entitled to receive and retain such a permit.
Permits shall not be transferable from person to person; permits shall not be applicable to any location, building, or place other than that for which the permit was originally issued. Changes may occur after a food establishment is permitted. Changes that invalidate a permit include change of ownership of the permit holder, a change in the physical location of the establishment, a change in the type of operation, a change in menu that requires the addition of equipment and/or structural modifications of the food establishment, a change in menu that requires a food preparation process that was not contemplated when the permit was issued, or a change in menu where animal meat is to be served raw or undercooked. The Health Authority must be notified within 30 days of any change of information on the permit application, or the permit holder will be subject to prosecution pursuant to § 91.83. Additionally, a permit may be subject to suspension or revocation pursuant to § 91.25 or § 91.26. The Health Authority shall solely determine if a change invalidates a valid permit.
(Ord. O-132-11-18, passed 11-8-2018)