§ 125.07  PROHIBITED CONDUCT.
   In addition to any other procedures regarding the enforcement of this code, or other local, state or federal law, a license issued under this chapter may be revoked if any of the following provisions or requirements is violated:
   (A)   All offering of services and merchandise shall take place only within the building. Should other retailers within a commercial center in which the tattoo establishment or body art establishment is located complain about harassment of customers, this is prima facie evidence of non-compliance with this requirement to contain body art business activities.
   (B)   All tattooing and other body art activities shall take place in a room or space that conceals the activity from the view of individuals outside the business.
   (C)   The tattoo establishment or body art establishment must not jeopardize or endanger the public health and safety of persons residing or working in the surrounding area.
   (D)   The tattoo establishment or body art establishment shall not result in repeated nuisance activities within the premises or in close proximity of the premises. Nuisance activities include but are not limited to disturbing the peace, illegal drug activity, public drunkenness, drinking in public, harassment of passersby, gambling, prostitution, sale of stolen goods, public urination, theft, assault, battery, acts of vandalism, excessive littering, loitering, graffiti, illegal parking, excessive loud noises, especially late at night or in the early morning hours, traffic violations, curfew violations, lewd conduct, or police detentions and arrests.
   (E)   The tattoo establishment or body art establishment and each tattoo artist or body art practitioner shall be in full compliance with the provision of AB 300, the Safe Body Art Act, Health and Safety Code §§ 119300 et seq.
   (F)   The tattoo establishment or body art establishment and each tattoo artist or body art practitioner shall meet all the requirements, health and safety standards, and proper handling and disposal of medical waste as required by the Stanislaus County Environmental Health Division under the Safe Body Art Program.
   (G)   The tattoo establishment or body art establishment shall not violate any other applicable local, state, or federal regulation.
   (H)   The tattoo establishment or body art establishment shall not allow the sale of drug paraphernalia at the tattoo establishment.
(Ord. 2015-001, passed 2-24-15)