(A)   It shall be unlawful for any person to operate a solid waste management facility without a permit to conduct such business. Said permit will be issued upon the approval and authority of the County Fiscal Court.
   (B)   Permits will be issued for a period of not more than one year, subject to continued conformance with the regulations governing the collection, processing and transportation of solid waste in the county and the state. A county official, to determine if the permit will be renewed will conduct an annual site inspection.
   (C)   All applications for a permit to operate a solid waste management facility must be made on an official form which may be obtained at the office of the County Judge/Executive. Failure to complete any portion of the application form or the giving of false information in the application shall be grounds for dental of the requested permit.
   (D)   The County Fiscal Court will continue to use the county solid waste management facility siting evaluation matrix to determine eligibility for a county permit. A facility, which scores less than 50 points will not be, issued a county permit. The County Engineer and/or the County Solid Waste Coordinator will complete this process and then present it to the County Fiscal Court for action.
   (E)   An annual fee of $100 must accompany the application. This fee will be refunded in the event that the permit is not granted.
   (F)   A performance bond of $10,000 must be obtained and filled with the permit. This bond shall be an approved letter of credit or actual cashiers check. Failure to produce this bond will immediately terminate the permit. Failure to obtain a permit will result in immediate closure of the facility.
(Ord. 98-4, passed 1-11-1999) Penalty, see § 10.99