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(a) The following fees shall be paid for issuance of a facility permit and/or practitioner registration:
Body Art Facility Application
Body Art Facility – new construction, deposit for review plans, and inspection
Body Art Facility – inspection, re- inspection, consultation
Body Art Mobile Facility – annually
Body Art Practitioner Registration Application (includes Photo ID card)
Body Art Practitioner Replacement Photo ID card
Body Art Temporary Demonstration Booth
Body Art Temporary Event Demonstration Booth Sponsor
Body Art Temporary Event Practitioner – Application
Mechanical Stud and Clasp Piercing Facility Registration
(b) Upon approval of an application by an owner or operator of a body art facility for a permit to engage in the practice of body art, the Director shall forward the permit to the Tax Collector, who, upon payment of the permit fee by the applicant shall issue a license and upon showing proof of payment to the Department, the Department shall issue the permit to the designated permittee.
(c) Beginning with fiscal year 2014-2015, the fee set forth in the Section may be adjusted each year, without further action by the Board of Supervisors, as set forth in this Section. Not later than April 1, the Director shall report to the Controller the revenues generated by the fee for the prior fiscal year and the prior fiscal year's costs of operation, as well as any other information that the Controller determines appropriate to the performance of the duties set forth in this Section.
(d) Not later than May 15, the Controller shall determine whether the current fee has produced or is projected to produce revenues sufficient to support the costs of providing the services for which the fee is assessed and that the fee will not produce revenue which is significantly more than the costs of providing the services for which the fee is assessed. The Controller shall, if necessary, adjust the fee upward or downward for the upcoming fiscal year as appropriate to ensure that the program recovers the costs of operation without producing revenue which is significantly more than such costs. The adjusted fee shall become operative on July 1.
(Added by Ord. 19-14 , File No. 130402, App. 3/14/2014, Eff. 4/13/2014)